Supporting Our Community
As we all know, these are unprecedented times. During this difficult period, we wish everyone in our Westlake Shopping Center Community (and beyond) good health, patience, compassion and calm.
In the spirit of community, we know there are many of you who are thinking about how you can reach out and help those who need it most. Below you will see a list of a few worthwhile organizations working diligently to support our Westlake Shopping Center Community.
And Please Remember...We are ALL in this TOGETHER!
San Mateo County
Make a Donation: smcstrong.org
This website has been developed to allow people from San Mateo County and beyond to join the County’s relief effort and make directed donations which will specifically benefit San Mateo County residents, small business and non-profits. Choose to help individuals/families, small businesses, non-profits or wherever the need is greatest.
Make a Donation: ymcasf.org/locations/stonestown-family-ymca
Support programs such as Pop Up YKids emergency childcare services, Food Pantries, Family Resource Centers safety-net services, and Virtual Wellness and Academic programs.
North Peninsula Food Pantry
Make a Donation: fooddc.org
The mission of the North Peninsula Food Pantry & Dining Center of Daly City is to provide nutrition and sustenance to anyone in need within the community. The food pantry program serves an average of 100 families each month with a three-day supply of shelf stable food.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Silicon Valley
Make a Donation: shfb.org/get-food/prepared-meals/daly-city/
On Monday, March 16, 2020 food banks were officially named by the California Department of Public Health as an essential service provider. Because of this important inclusion in the CDPH’s guidelines, they expect to remain fully operational so they can continue serving our community.
Restaurant Workers Community Foundation
Make a Donation: restaurantworkerscf.org
Restaurant Workers' Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) registered public charity. They supply Direct Relief for restaurant workers nationally. All donations are tax deductible and you will receive an email confirmation of your donation shortly after submitting payment.
A Common Thread
The CFDA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization administrating A Common Thread raising funds for those in the American fashion community who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Donate by texting THREAD to 44-321 or by contributing online here.
Please Stay Informed
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