Sikh Foundation 580 College Ave, Palo Alto, CA94306 The Sikh Foundation is a non-profit charity group dedicated to promoting the future and heritage of Sikhism. The group's…More activities include academic courses and conferences as well as chairs of Sikh studies at numerous universities. The group also organizes Sikh art exhibitions and establishes permanent art galleries at major museums.
Midpeninsula Community Media Center 90 Palo Alto Sq, Palo Alto, CA94306 Midpeninsula Community Media Center is a non-profit organization offering video-based communication technology. The…More Center offers the opportunity to learn video production, create cable access programming and view cable access both online and on television.
The Trail Center 3921 E Bayshore Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 The Trail Center is a non-profit volunteer organization that creates and manages a network of trails for San Mateo,…More Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and San Francisco counties. Formed in 1983, it does trail building and maintenance, habitat restoration and crew-leader training. There are many ways to volunteer and get involved, as well as ways to enjoy walking, biking and horseback riding along the trails.
Telosa Software 610 Cowper St, Palo Alto, CA94301 Telosa Software aims to help non-profit organizations maximize their fundraising and donor relationships. It provides…More training, technical support, data conversions and file exchanges for their programs. For more information, please contact their office or visit their website.
Greenmeadow Community Association is a non-profit civic organization comprised of neighbors living in Greenmeadow, a…More family community designed by architect Joe Eichler.
The Association encourages members of Greenmeadow to become active citizens within the community and hosts meetings, organizes activities at the swimming pool, solicits live entertainment at the park, and offers yoga and other activities to its members.
Avenidas 450 Bryant St, Palo Alto, CA94301 Avenidas is an active, community-based non-profit organization that serves mid-peninsula area seniors with a wide…More variety of services and activities that include body and brain fitness classes, lectures, short day trips, medical screenings, and films. Seniors can also volunteer to tutor, teach Mac and PC classes or provide transportation. Mondays through Fridays, lunch is served for those over 60 with no reservation required. Transportation to the center provided for anyone who needs it.
The Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. (EPRI) provides research and development concerning the way electricity…More is generated, used and transported. It is a non-profit organization that employs scientists, engineers and various other experts who come up with new ways to improve the reliability, efficiency, health, safety and environmental responsibility of electricity. EPRI has locations across the country.
For more information visit my.epri.com or email email@example.com.
The Stanford Theater 221 University Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 The Stanford Theater is a classic movie house with a gorgeous atmosphere, showing classic movies as they were meant to…More be seen. Currently run by the non profit Stanford Theatre Foundation, the space provides an opportunity to watch big name classic movies in style. The Wurlitzer organ plays before, after and during the intermissions of the 7:30pm show, adding to the granduer of the space. Twenty-four-dollar gift certificates are good for four shows and are available at the theater.
Wright Kathy, RN 1515 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 Kathy Wright is a founding member of the Society of Plastic Surgical…More Skin Care Specialists and a member of the National Cosmetic Tattoo Association. She is a collagen and botox injection specialist and one of the top 5% of injection specialists in the U.S. who earned platinum status in Botox and Restylane sales. Kathy donates time to Interplast, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides free medical care and surgery to those who can't afford it. Her pro bono work has taken her to Vietnam, Central America, and South America.
Whistle Stop Child Development 3801 Miranda Ave, Palo Alto, CA94304 The veteran's hospital in Palo Alto caters to the needs of those who have served within the United States military. One…More of the many programs within the hospital is Whistle Stop Child Development, a non-profit organization that provides day care for hospital employees' children 5 years old and under. Whistle Stop's goal is to provide a safe and healthy environment in which children can thrive and grow, surrounded by warm and nurturing teachers.
Community Housing Alliance 2507 Alma St, Palo Alto, CA94301 The Community Housing Alliance (CHA) was started as a non-profit organization in 2006 to develop affordable housing for…More working low- income residents in the Mid-Peninsula area. Alma Gardens, a ten-unit apartment complex located on Alma Street, is owned and operated by CHA. Eden Housing and the Community Working Group are partners with CHA in the development of a 75-100 unit apartment complex with retail stores located near downtown Palo Alto.
AKJ Asset Management 1180 Harker Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 AKJ Asset Management is an investment consulting firm which provides portfolio management services…More and retirement plans for individuals, non-profit organizations and endowments. It works on a fee only basis, which means that its employees do not receive commission and are not pushing financial products. For more information on the firm, please visit the website or call the number listed.
Since 1962, Committee for Green Foothills has been dedicated to protecting and preserving the hills, forests,…More creeks, wetlands, and coastal lands of the San Francisco Peninsula through grassroots education, planning and legislative advocacy.
Projects include establishing protective growth control policies and creating new protective land use policies. It is a non-profit organization that welcomes volunteer help, donations and support from foundations and corporations. Sign up for the monthly newsletter, Green Footnotes.
MayView Community Health Center is a non-profit organization providing medical care to low-income families and…More individuals in northern Santa Clara County and the southern edge of San Mateo County.
MayView's primary care physicians have the capacity to treat a range of problems. Without their help, many of the patients who frequent the center would have no access to quality health care.
The model of community-based care practiced by MayView allows all patients who seek treatment there equal access to good care, regardless of their ability to contribute toward the cost of that care.
The Palo Alto branch is one of three in MayView Community Health Care's network.
The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) was founded in 1920 to promote a greater…More understanding of how the economy works. Nonpartisan researchers use the non-profit research organization as a think tank to explore economic issues that face society. Public policymakers, business professionals and the academic community frequently apply NBER research to their work. Research typically falls into one of four categories: developing new statistical measurements, estimating quantitative models of economic behavior, assessing the economic effects of public policies, and projecting the effects of alternative policy proposals. Notably, 16 of the 31 American Nobel Prize winners in Economics have been NBER researchers and more than 1,000 professors around the nation are involved with NBER in some capacity. The Bureau's main office is in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but a satellite center is located at Stanford University.