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ADVOCACY: Non-profit Racial Equity Pledge

The disparate health and economic impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on Silicon Valley communities of color are a profound illustration of the devastating cost of systemic racism
130 nonprofit leaders, ...


CHILDREN: FIRST 5 Free Essential Supplies DistributionMultilingual

At your local FIRST 5 Family Resource Centers.
-Diapers & Wipes
-Formula
-Period Products
Call 1-877-464-0244 to register.
SCC First 5 Family Resource Center Locations Multi-language: Spanish, Vietnamese


CHILDREN: SJPL Family Learning CentersMultilingual

Family Learning Centers (FLCs) offer free learning opportunities, resources and services for adults and families. The Centers are designed to support:
English Language Learners (ELL)
Immigrants
Adults ...


COMMUNICATION: Assurance Wireless Free Phone & Service

Assurance Wireless Unlimited combines our Lifeline service with the temporary Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) to give eligible customers Unlimited Data & Texts & Minutes, plus 10GB Hotspot Data.
Lifeline ...


COMMUNICATION: San Jose – Digital Inclusion Partnership

2/21 The CA Emerging Technology (CETF) has been funded to work with communities throughout San José to close the digital divide through expanding device access, digital adoption and literacy skills. ...


DEMOGRAPHICS: 2021 SILICON VALLEY INDEX

Joint Venture Silicon Valley has been telling the Silicon Valley story for the past two decades. Updated annually, it is a comprehensive report of indicators that measure the strength of ...


DEMOGRAPHICS: 2022 Silicon Valley Index

The Silicon Valley Index has been telling the Silicon Valley story since 1995. Released early every year, the Index is a comprehensive report based on indicators that measure the strength ...


DEMOGRAPHICS: Bay Area has become more segregated over decades, report says

6/21/21 The Bay Area has become more racially segregated since 1990, mirroring a long-running national trend of cities and neighborhoods dividing more starkly along ethnic lines, according to a new ...


DEMOGRAPHICS: San Jose Interactive Language MapMultilingual

2018 Interactive Map of Language Spoken at Home by Census Tract in San José, CA. Multi-language: Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Tagalog, Serbian Croation, Persian (Farsi) and Hindii. Layered showing locations of ...


DEMOGRAPHICS: SCC Public Health Dept COVID-19 Data DashboardMultilingual

We are committed to providing accurate, reliable reports to the public. Additional data will be added over time. The information presented here is updated daily and is dependent on reporting ...


DEMOGRAPHICS: Silicon Valley Indicators

Data about Silicon Valley’s economy and community health. The website is an extensive and always fresh collection of charts and data on Silicon Valley’s economic and community health trends. Continuously ...


DEMOGRAPHICS: Silicon Valley Pain Index shows ‘white supremacy’ prevalent across institutions

6/23/20 First-ever local index highlights 65 statistics of inequality
The San Jose State University Human Rights Institute on Tuesday unveiled the Silicon Valley Pain Index, the first of planned ...


DISASTER: CADRE (Collaborating Agencies’ Disaster Relief Effort)

CADRE coordinates organizational preparedness planning in non-disaster times and activates to respond and provide essential services during and after a disaster.
CADRE works with Santa Clara County’s emergency management ...


DISASTER: Inclusive emergency Response – Immigrants Essential and Vulnerable in San José

8/7/20 New research from New American Economy (NAE) released today in partnership with the City of San José highlights how immigrants are both essential to San José’s rapid response efforts ...


DISASTER: San Jose COVID-19 Virtual Local Assistance CenterMultilingual

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, this page consists of resources for San José residents on:
**Food ** Immigrant Resources ** Housing ** Employment & Job Training ** Health ...


DISASTER: San Jose Emergency NotificationsMultilingual

Emergency public information notifications and updates in English,
Spanish ,
Vietnamese , and
Chinese ,


DISASTER: Silicon Valley, a Global Pandemic,and a Better Normal

6/21 The COVID-19 crisis has caused major disruption across Silicon Valley and exacerbated long-standing structural inequities, demanding a strong response. Silicon Valley has never been satisfied with the status quo, ...


ETHNIC: Sewa Bay AreaMultilingual

Sewa Bay Area is one of the most active Sewa chapters of the international NGO. Activities include Case Management, Serve community projects partnered with local nonprofits, the Lead high school ...


FOOD: 2nd Harvest of Silicon ValleyMultilingual

3/20 COVID-19 Update:
Call (800) 984-3663, Text: GETFOOD to (408)455-5181, Email: getfood@shfb.org, or visit the SHFB website to find closest food box pickup during shut down period. All ages ...


FOOD: Catholic Charities Free Food Distribution

FREE Weekly and Bi- Weekly Drive Thru sites at Churches for food. No registration needed beforehand – Registration will be done on site.
Dates range Tuesday through Saturday


FOOD: Self Help for the ElderlyMultilingual

We have set up additional phone lines to provide information and help with sign up for Congregate or home-delivered meals, COVID-19 vaccinations, and other referrals. The hours are Monday – ...


GOVERNMENT: CITY OF SAN JOSÉ APPOINTS DIRECTOR TO NEW OFFICE OF RACIAL EQUITY

10/20/20 Zulma Maciel to helm new Office responsible for advancing citywide equity framework to address systemic racism. This Office is responsible for advancing systems change through a citywide racial equity ...


GOVERNMENT: Our Post-Covid Lives Shouldn’t Go Back to ‘Normal’ – They Should Go Back Better

4/2/21 Op-Ed By Susan Ellenberg
Covid-19 stripped down our support structures and shone an unforgiving light on the pre-existing gaps in services for our county’s families, specifically as they ...


GOVERNMENT: San Jose Office of Immigrant Affairs

The City of San José’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (SJ OIA) was established in 2015 for the purpose of facilitating and accelerating immigrant integration through civic, economic, linguistic, and social ...


GOVERNMENT: SCC Division of Equity and Social Justice (DESJ)

DESJ departments provide numerous resources to the community. The County of Santa Clara provides fiscal resources to numerous community organizations or agencies within the county to help best serve the ...


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2nd Annual Mt. View Multi-Cultural Festival
  3/30/19  Hundreds of people enjoyed a beautiful sunny day with music, dancing, cultural performances, games, colorful costumes and smiling faces.  The SCC Office of Immigrant Relations, Registrar of Voters and local service providers offered information about local resources.. There were displays and performances from many of Mt. View’s diverse residents, including Mexican, East Indian, Pakistani, Chinese, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Indonesian, and more.  Thanks to the City of Mt. View for sponsoring this event where people from every ethnic and age group can appreciate each other and experience the joy of a diverse community.