Building an Equitable Marin — See How We Can Create Change Together With Community Action Marin

Marin County has weathered the Covid-19 pandemic better than other parts of California and the country. With high vaccination rates and robust partnerships among non-profit, community and government agencies to support relief efforts, we have achieved a lot. 

However, for large numbers of families and individuals of low income in one of the state’s most racially disparate counties, the crisis is not over. Housing insecurity and economic instability, which were exacerbated during the pandemic, put a high percentage of our Marin friends, families and neighbors at risk. 

Community Action Marin, Marin’s largest non-profit social services agency, has joined forces with partner community-based organizations to create an Equitable Recovery Action Plan for a stronger and more resilient post-pandemic Marin County for all. We need to raise $30,000 this spring to make this urgent action plan a reality.

This is a unique opportunity for you to make positive changes happen! Thanks to a dollar-for-dollar matching gift, your tax-deductible contribution of $50, $100 or even $250 will double your impact toward an equitable recovery. By giving today, you will join our family of donors working to give back, create needed policy change  ,and help set people in our county on a path to greater stability and hope.

Creating a plan to move Marin County into an equitable future requires an approach that disrupts the status quo and takes bold steps forward. Now is the time to ensure that all Marin County residents can stay on pathways to self-sufficiency and thriving.

That’s why we are asking you to make a generous gift today. Help us meet our $30,000 goal by May 30 and be a part of the change. Join our supporters — people like you who are making hope possible. 

People are counting on us, and we are counting on you. With your support, we will be able to do what’s needed to increase racial and economic justice across Marin County. Help us set an example of what can happen when people are courageous together.  

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