November News

By November 25, 2020 Newsletter

We have so much to be thankful for!

We wish you and yours a happy and safe Thanksgiving.

Thank you Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Community Fund!

For the FOURTH year in a row, Generations United was selected as a recipient of the CZI Community Fund Grant. We are so thankful for this partnership which allows us to continue to offer support and assistance to our students and families.
Link to CZI Grant Recipients

Welcome to the Team!

Julia Sanchez – Student Support Teacher

Julia is excited to join Generations United as a support teacher at Connect Community Charter School. She has previously worked as an educator in New York City with elementary and middle school students in public and charter school settings. She is also studying law at the UC Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco.

Keith Miller
Program Director – Kingdom Equity Partners

Keith joins us from Vancouver, WA with a broad background in business development, leadership, and entrepreneurism. He has joined us to partner and provide small businesses support in the challenging Covid19.
Keith is Dad to two adult daughters and recently married our Executive Director, Angie Ibarra Miller.
Give today to make a difference now! We rely on the support of caring individuals and organizations to do the important work of supporting these families every day. Click here to give a one-time gift or set up a recurring donation. Inquire with your employer about match giving opportunities!
We are always accepting donations of fresh food, dry goods/non-perishables, toiletries, and more at our office location: 2555 Middlefield Rd., Redwood City. For a list of items needed, see our Amazon Wish List or check the list on our website.