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The CVP Community Fund

CVP is committed to addressing the need for a robust "bottom up" process that incorporates under-served community voices into planning, development and affordable housing decision making by local, regional and state governments.
CVP is currently providing advisory and advocacy services an support to a variety of local community groups in Marin County, to help empower their voices in government decision making and local control of government decision-making.
 
The CVP Community Fund is presently focused on the local growth, planning and transportation issues affecting communities throughout Marin County.
 
Donations to the CVP Community Fund are tax deductible to the fullest extent provided by law.

Apply to the Community Fund For Assistance

Community groups are invited to contact CVP for assistance and support. An email briefly describing the challenges and issues you are addressing is best.

Community Venture Partners is currently fundraising for the Marin County Open Space Legal Fund to assist local community groups (1) in efforts to end the use of  herbicides and pesticides that are known to be toxic toward humans and animals, in our parks, trails and open spaces and (2) in efforts to restrict the use of mountain bikes on narrow single track trails in Marin Open Space District public lands and Mt. Tamalpais State Park.

FOR MORE on the Marin Open Space Fund GO HERE

About The CVP Community Fund

 

Land use planning and development and other locally and regionally controlled decisions have far reaching impacts on neighboring towns, cities and unincorporated county residents. But historically, those voices are not adequately engaged in government decision-making, even though communities bear the burdens of the impacts of these decisions in the form of traffic congestion, air and water quality, increasing demand on shared public utilities and infrastructure, school capacity and many other quality of life impacts. 

 

The CVP Community Fund brings assistance to local grassroots efforts in the form of grants, consulting, fiscal sponsorship, and legal and technical assistance. CVP accepts donations in the form of cash, checks, credit / debit cards, as well as donations of other liquid assets such as stock and bonds. Please contact us to make special arrangements for donations other than cash.