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  • GO Public Schools West Contra Costa (GO WCC):
    GO WCC supports a coalition of students, families, educators, and community allies united around generating solutions to ensure that every West Contra Costa student thrives.​
  • Education Trust West
    ​Advocates for educational justice and the high academic achievement of all California students, particularly those of color and living in poverty.
  • Familias Unidas
    Established in 1979. A nonprofit organization envisioned a "community counseling and information center" helping people in a holistic and culturally appropriate manner.
  • Centro Legal de la Raza
    Founded in 1969, A comprehensive legal services agency protecting and advancing the rights of immigrant, low-income and Latino communities through bilingual legal representation, education, and advocacy.
  • ​The Latina Center
    The Latina Center has been dedicated to improving the Physical, Mental and Spiritual health of Latina women and their families in the Bay Area, specifically in West Contra Costa County.

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  • Richmond Pulse
    ​Youth-Led Community News
    RICHMOND PULSE is a community news and media outlet, committed to amplifying the voices of the city's under-served residents
  • ​East Bay Times
    The East Bay Times is now the combined news that used to be: the Contra Costa Times, Oakland Tribune, the Daily Review in Hayward & the Argus in Fremont. Owned by Bay Area News Group "BANG"

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  • Parents for Better Education PBE
    We provide information to West County voters to help them make informed decisions about improving local schools.​
  • ​The BlackBoard of West Contra Costa
    An organization of parents, students, and community members who advocate for equity in educational funding, programs and highly qualified teachers. We believe it is important for all students, particularly African American students, to have a quality education that is based on their needs, not on their social economic status.
  • RYSE Youth Center
    Mission: RYSE creates safe spaces grounded in social justice that build youth power for young people to love, learn, educate, heal and transform lives and communities 
  • ​First 5 Contra Costa
    Invests in programs and activities focused on children during their first five years, the most important time in children's development.
  • Contra Costa Youth services
    Information and resources for youth and youth services providers in Contra Costa County 
  • West Contra Costa Youth Service Bureau
    Partners with Children & Family Services, and dozens of other organizations, to provide direct services to children and families. 
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  • Girls Inc West Contra Costa County
    Provide school and community based programming that serves the unique needs of girls, ages 5-18
  • YouthWORKS​

    Mission: To provide Richmond youth with a personalized service system that will focus on addressing their academic, social and economic needs which affect their quality of life; provide alternatives that will enable them to become self-sufficient, productive citizens.
  • Mindful Life Project
    Mindful Life Project teaches mindfulness, yoga, expressive arts, and hip-hop/performing arts to elementary and middle school students in underserved schools and communities. We have two regular school day mindfulness programs that teach self-awareness, self-regulation, impulse-control, confidence and resiliency.


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  • 32nd District PTA
    The 32nd District PTA is comprised of more than 38,000 Contra Costa County parents, teachers, and students and is divided into six regional Councils: Bayside Council, Delta Council, Las Trampas Council, Martinez Council, Mt Diablo Council, and San Ramon Council.
  • Bayside Council of PTAs 
    WCCUSD & John Swett USD

  • California State PTA​