Whole-child Community Collaboratives: Growing Grassroots Community Infrastructure

By 2028, all students, regardless of race, ethnicity, zip code or financial circumstance, will have access to a learning experience that is supported by educators, families, businesses, service providers and community leaders coming together, across sectors and siloes, to build wraparound community infrastructure that addresses the underlying physical, social, and emotional determinants of educational success.

This Initiative will focus on the following strategies:

Community Collaboratives: Increase community infrastructure in West Marin and the Canal through building trusted networks that share resources and political power, increase equitable access to information and data, center equity, and implement results-based accountability work.

Below is a list of Partners engaged in this Initiative:

  • Canal Alliance
  • City of San Rafael
  • Coastal Health Alliance
  • County of Marin
  • Marin Community Clinics
  • Parent Services Project
  • Point Reyes National Seashore Association
  • San Geronimo Valley Community Center
  • San Rafael City Schools
  • Shoreline Unified School District
  • Tomales Bay Youth Center
  • West Marin Community Services
  • West Marin Fund

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Additional Information

  • Bolinas-Stinson School District
  • College of Marin
  • Community Action Marin
  • County of Marin
  • Dance Palace

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