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San Mateo County Community Colleges Foundation

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3401 Csm Drive San Mateo CA 94402 USA


The mission of san mateo county community colleges foundation is to promote student success and program innovation by providing special financial support to help san mateo county community college district students achieve their goals. The foundation accomplish this by raising funds for scholarships and grants to benefit the 40,000+ students that attend our community colleges each year.


Scholarships awarded to college students at san mateo county community college district to achieve their goals.

programs and services grants to various departments at canada college in redwood city, college of san mateo, and skyline college in san bruno.

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My name is Angelica Klein and I've volunteered for the Second Harvest Food Bank (SHFB) San Mateo County for many years. The SHFB is my favorite non-profit organization. Their food sorting project is well organized and it is so much fun to participate in it. The staff at the SHFB are professional, genuine and caring individuals. They have compassion for those they serve and respect for those that help them carry their mission to feed those in need. Thank you.

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