Sustainable San Mateo County (SSMC) is a local nonprofit organization that was founded in 1992. Its goal is to build awareness around sustainability issues and accelerate sustainability adoption on the ground. The organization is dedicated to driving impactful action on economic, environmental, and social equity issues. These “three E’s” of sustainability all need to be in balance to achieve true sustainability. SSMC offers the following three main programs:
Catalyze SV is a nonprofit organization that engages community members, developers, and city leaders to envision and create sustainable, equitable, and vibrant places for people in Silicon Valley.
Their goal is to ensure that the interests and needs of the community are embedded into development projects. They do this by nurturing dialogue between all stakeholders.
With stay-at-home orders lifting, many workers are now able to escape their home office and return to their place of work. However, not everyone feels ready to do so.
For All Good Work Foundation Residents who are thinking about going back to their coworking space, this research from the All Good Work team may help put your mind at ease.
A survey of 30 workspace hosts, covering a total of 42 workspace locations around Silicon Valley and the Bay Area, provides detailed insights into how our partners are responding to the current situation and the measures they have implemented to welcome Residents back, safely.
In normal times, nonprofit organization Replate picks up surplus food from offices that feed their employees lunch, caterers, restaurants, and brands with product overrun and brings it to nonprofit organizations that work with people experiencing food insecurity.
- The All Good Work Foundation, a social responsibility program for the coworking sector, has expanded to San Francisco.
- Ahead of its official launch, the Foundation has placed a number of nonprofit organizations in donated workspace.
- All Good Work is marking its arrival in San Francisco with a launch event at Regus, one of the workspace donors.
Urban Community Farm Veggielution Takes Root in Silicon Valley
Veggielution isn’t your average farm. Sure, crops are grown, tended and harvested; you’ll find people working in the fields and stallholders selling fresh vegetables to customers.