The Intero Foundation, a non-profit devoted to helping children and elderly in need, is pleased to announce the donations made to 42 organizations in 2018. The Foundation gave $502,723.64 to local organizations that support low-income and disadvantaged youth, as well as elderly in need. Included in this total was $52,451.64 that was raised specifically for the victims of devastating fires in Northern California. Since its inception in 2002, the Foundation, which is funded, promoted and governed by Intero’s agents and employees, has donated more than $5.5 million.

“With everything going on in the world, I’m so proud of our agents and employees that continue to dig deep in their hearts and pockets to provide for those in need,” said Tom Tognoli, Intero President & CEO. “The generosity of our entire company with their donations and time allowed the Intero Foundation to do more incredible things in 2018 and I know that will continue in 2019 and beyond.”

Recipients of the 2018 grants include:

  • Jacob’s Heart
  • Loved Twice
  • There With Care
  • Fresh Lifelines for Youth
  • LEMO (Liahona Mofu Foundation)
  • Coastside Children’s Programs
  • Meals on Wheels San Francisco
  • CASA of San Benito
  • Villages of San Mateo
  • Teen Kitchen Project
  • Silicon Valley Children’s Fund
  • Rebuilding Together
  • The Fit Kids Foundation
  • South Bay Teen Challenge
  • Hispanic Foundation Silicon Valley
  • Valley Medical Center
  • Unchained (Paws Helping People)
  • Wayfinder Family Services (Blind Babies)
  • Life Moves
  • Cops Care Cancer
  • Shop with a Cop
  • Chamberlin’s Children Center
  • Ecumenical Hunger
  • Sunday Friends
  • One Giving Tree (Gilroy Foundation)
  • Safe & Sound fka SF Child Abuse
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Exploratoreum – Xtech Program
  • Sunnyvale Community Services
  • Child’s Advocate of Nevada County (CANC)
  • Nevada County Diaper Project
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nevada County
  • Music for Minors
  • Aubri Brown Club
  • Tandem, Partners In Early Learning
  • AccessEd Foundation
  • Open Heart Kitchen
  • North Valley Community Foundation
  • Caring Choices
  • Holidays for Paradise
  • Caltrain Holiday Train
  • Seek and Save

“We count on donations from individuals and organizations to support our mission of preventing homelessness and hunger for low-income families and seniors facing temporary crises,” said Marie Bernard, Executive Director, Sunnyvale Community Services. “We are so honored and thankful that the Intero Foundation is aligned with our mission and helping us fund these critical community services.”

Posted on February 6, 2019 at 1:16 am
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