A big thanks...
to the many news outlets in Marin and the surrounding Bay Area that have featured our agency in their news outlets over the years. It takes all of us working together to raise awareness, amplify our message, and make our community stronger.
Top Rated 2022 Nonprofit
Voted Best Non-profit 2022!
2020 California Nonprofit of the Year
Top Rated on Charity Navigator
Platinum Rated on Guidestar
2021 Partner of Justice Award
Partner in Marin's Efforts to End Homelessness
2021 Heart of Marin Award
Marin’s hotel room shortage forces communal homeless emergency shelter
Marin Gives Back: How your donation can help local organizations
Changing how we think about poverty
Marin nonprofits call for rent control in San Rafael
Napa biz buzz: Redwood Credit Union donates more than $45,000
Teacher shortages force dozens of California preschools to close classrooms
Bank of America provides $155,000 in grants to Marin nonprofits
Marin unveils first long-term plan for economic development
San Rafael approves Ritter Center move
Marin organizations receive $2.7M in Medi-Cal funding
Partnership HealthPlan of California disburses second round of funding in CalAIM Incentive Payment Program
Community Action Marin Advocates for Greater Racial Equity Through Its Public Service Program
More communities need to extend eviction moratorium
The unheard voices of Marin
Vivalon, Community Action Marin launch free driver training academy
Marin nonprofits seek equitable pandemic recovery
Community Action Marin empowers low-income Marin County residents...
A 93-year-old lost his Supplemental Security Income after one phone call...
Marin Voice: As pandemic takes toll, Marin organizations band together for good food for all
Interview with Chandra Alexandre on how further the community has been impacted from the pandemic on KPIX TV
Helping People, Changing Lives
Asking Marin Neighbors to Step up for Equity
Marin scrambles to distribute $16M in rental aid
Marin Agency Launches "Five Minutes for Food" Conversation
Services nonprofit starts office at Marin City school
Marin Voice: County must push toward realization of warm, relational justice
Marin County using $5.6 million in COVID-19 relief funds to aid homeless
Fourth of July Black Lives Matter caravan highlights civic engagement
Interested in featuring Community Action Marin in a news story?
Please email our CEO, Chandra Alexandre, by clicking the email link below. She’d love to connect with you.