KUDOS TO ALL! One San Mateo’s “Stock the Cupboards” campaign closed last evening with donations of $7,225, which included $2,000 in matching funds contributed by members of One San Mateo. This outcome far exceeded the original goal of raising $5,000 to support our undocumented neighbors who, in this COVID moment, are struggling just to put food on the table. A tremendous thank you to all who responded with such speed and generosity to make this campaign an overwhelming success!
Our “Stock the Cupboards – Abastecer los Armarios” campaign is coming to an end midnight Sunday. So this weekend is your last chance to donate to our effort to help feed the undocumented families of San Mateo. Thanks to the generous support from numerous individual donors, we’re within grasping distance of our goal. Let’s have one last final push to propel the campaign across the finish line!
The undocumented in our community carry out many jobs that bring quality and ease to our everyday lives. Though they work exceptionally hard and fill vital roles, they tend to be underappreciated, undersupported, and underheard. In the current COVID environment, they and their families are also now at risk of being underfed. Even if they … Continue reading Stock the Cupboards – Abastecer los Armarios
The following is an overview of the resources available for those who are facing economic impacts from COVID-19, with a focus on those most relevant for renters in San Mateo County. This isn’t a complete list, and the availability of resources changes frequently. We’ll do our best to keep this updated! Please also check San Mateo County’s COVID-19 website for additional updates.
Join us for food and fellowship at our August 27th kickoff. There will be speakers, activities, and mingling…oh, and food. Did I mention food? This will be an opportunity to help build an organization to reshape San Mateo politics. When: August 27th, 5-7 p.m. Where: The Congregational Church of San Mateo, 225 Tilton Avenue, conveniently … Continue reading One San Mateo Kickoff