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Phone: 650.654.7993
The Sobrato Center for Nonprofits - Redwood Shores
330 Twin Dolphin Drive, Suite 155

Redwood City
California 94065
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Target demographics: promote collaboration and speak collectively to strengthen the economic and social health of the county

Direct beneficiaries per year: the nonprofit community by bringing together over 1000 people through our programs on issues important to the community and nonprofit organizations.

Geographic areas served: San Mateo County

Programs: Quarterly and Issue Based Forums, Community Resiliency Network meetings, peer group gatherings for Thrive member EDs and CEOs, nonprofit capacity building workshops and events for nonprofit staff and community.

Thrive was established in 2000, by a group of leaders from the nonprofit sector to promote collaboration and speak collectively to strengthen the economic and social health of San Mateo County.
Thrive provides opportunity to:
Convene - Facilitating issue-based meetings, nonprofit capacity building, workshops and conferences.
Connect - Providing relevant information, resources and networking.
Collaborate - Promoting opportunities to share services and resources.
Communicate - Increasing awareness and understanding of the nonprofit sector.
Celebrate - Renewal and recognition.

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THRIVE is a wonderful consortium of nonprofits that assists nonprofits in: - finding collaborative partners - learning about grant opportunities and funders - sharing information about other organizations that host leadership and funding seminars... more »
As a member of Thrive I have attended many workshops and seminars on many topics other than my primary interests. As a past Director of CARD of SMC, we trained San Mateo County Nonprofits how to survive and serve their cliental during and after a disaster, small or large. Thrive not accomplishes ... more »
In my view, the primary purpose of Thrive is make useful information available to medium and small nonprofits that otherwise could not hope to get it in a personal forum. (I attended a presentation by Emmett Carson, CEO of SVCF, who basically said "I can't talk to every individual nonprofit, I can ... more »
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