Here is a list of additional service providers.
|PACT: People Acting in Community Together||Santa Clara||
Support for the Changing Hearts, Minds & Policies campaign, which promotes and demonstrates immigrant integration through story gathering & sharing, bridge-building dialogues and grassroots community organizing.
|Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center||San Mateo||
Support for the Immigrant Engagement Program, which uses facilitated dialogue, leadership development, community-led action and policy change to build positive relationships between communities.
|Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)||Santa Clara||
Support for the Asian American Voices project, which facilitates immigrant integration through film, dialogue, multimedia and community engagement programs to deepen understanding of immigrant experiences and contributions.
|Day Worker Center of Mountain View||Both||
Support to sustain and enhance the center's community outreach by conducting more presentations featuring a video program about day workers’ lives, contextual handouts and dialogue.
|Midpeninsula Community Media Center||Both||
Support for development of a multi-media web site featuring stories of Silicon Valley residents and their ancestors who immigrated to the U.S., along with a series of initiatives to facilitate ongoing interaction among participants.
|Nuestra Casa||San Mateo||
Support for the third year of Chronicles of Hope, which educates parents, school personnel, board members and others in the receiving communities of the Sequoia Union High School District about the multiple issues encountered by local students and expands the Multicultural Parent Advocacy Team to include parents/stakeholders that reside in those communities.
|Peninsula Interfaith Action||Both||
Support to organize a "Safe Corridor" campaign from San Jose to San Francisco for immigrants and their families to builds cohesive communities that value families and offer opportunity for all.
|Redwood City 2020||San Mateo||
Support for Redwood City Together, which promotes a welcoming, inclusive climate for all who live or work in Redwod City.
|San Mateo County Sheriff's Office||San Mateo||
Support for the C.A.R.O.N. program, which builds trust and cooperation between the community and the Sheriff’s Office through dialogues, educational workshops and community academies.
|Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN)||Santa Clara||
Support to build trust and collaboration between the immigrant and LGBT communities with law enforcement.