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March 22, 201 1 Manny Kopstein Grants For Good 1850 Ti buron Blvd., Ste. G-345 Tiburon, CA 94920

Dear Mr. Kopstein, [ am writing to thank you for the grant of $5,000.00, which Grants For Good has generously given to DrawBridge. I am so pleased to acknowledge the receipt of these funds, which will be of tremendous assistance as we provide expressive art groups to homeless and other vulnerable children. Homeless children need a place where they can be children. They need an atmosphere of safety and acceptance where they can express themselves through art and words. With your grant to DrawBridge, you help provide that haven. Please visit our website, www.drawbridge.org. to explore our programs, view a new map of the 7 Bay Area counties we serve, and stay informed with the "What's New at DrawBridge" links. We will acknowledge the support of Grants For Good in our newsletters and at public events whenever possible. The entire staff joins me in thanking you for your support.

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November 19,2010

Grants for Good Foundation 1550 Tiburon Blvd. Ste. G-35 Tiburon, CA 94920

Dear Grants for Good Foundation, We sincerely appreciate your gift of$40 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Bay. We are very grateful for your support and dedication to our vision that all children facing diversity achieve success in life. Through our work, we are committed to providing enduring one to one mentoring relationships that change a child's life for the better, forever. Donations are used to screen, train and support volunteers who share their lives with vulnerable kids, providing crucial guidance, motivation and fun. We currently serve over 1,600 children in Marin, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma Counties, which would not be possible without your generosity. On behalf of every child we serve, thank you.

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November 10, 2010

Grants for Good 98 Main St., Suite 345 Tiburon, CA 94920 "BUILD is like a really great company stock. When you invest in it, you get something great out of it." - Carlos Romero, BUILD Senior Dear Grants for Good, On behalf of the BUILD family-and most importantly, our students-we thank you for your support of our program. We received your generous donation of $1 0.00 on Wednesday, November 10, 2010. Your gift will help BUILD develop the next generation of leaders. Thanks to your support, BUILD students are learning how to excel in education and lead in their communities. This year, BUILD will serve more than 700 students in the Bay Area and in Washington, D.C. We hope you will continue to invest in our students, as we plan to introduce more and more teenagers across the country to BUILD's innovative entrepreneurial program. Your contributions have a significant impact on the work we do every day. Thank you for helping us to expand our vision and to serve more students in underserved communities. Your generosity makes it possible for us to continue our mission of helping young people graduate from high school with the tools they need to excel in college and in life.

Kishshana Palmer Teele, CFRE National Director of Development

BUILD is a 501 (c)(3) organization operating out a/California, EIN 94-3386695. No goods or services were rendered/or this donation.

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Success Starts Here Serving Youth and their Families since 1976

Novato Youth Center Success Starts Here

October 15,2010

680 Wilson Avenue

Novato, CA 94947 Board of Directors Charlone Shell

Grants for Good Foundation Gretchen Neer, Office Administrator 1550-G Tiburon Blvd., Suite 345 Tiburon, CA 94920

President

Dear Gretchen, Rick Wernick

Vice-JDresident Pany Bennen Secretary Brian Finnegan Treasurer Josh Chassman Kim Cox Daniela Cuba Kit Gabbard Robert Gotelli Larry Hoyn Eli Poner Jaime Powell Thomas Shaw Daryl Weinroth Ben Wernick Advisory Board Joan Capurro Vince Chisholm Alan Dunham Peter E. Haas, Jr. David G. Kenyon Dr. Jan La Torre-Derby Vicki McDill Cynthia L. Murray Veronica Reed Steve Rempe Tommie Whitener Ron Witzel

Executive Director Cheryl Paddack

Thank you for your generous donation of$120.00. Your Donation will help us reach our goals set forth in our 3-year strategic plan and support our newly adopted mission -- To inspire and prepare youth to succeed. We accomplish this by supporting their development in: academics and learning; health and well being; personal enrichment through arts and athletics; and social interaction and community engagement. Our new tagline "Success Starts Here" reflects our commitment level to our mission of offering programs that support babies taking their first steps through to teens preparing for college. The Novato Youth Center was founded and incorporated in 1976 through a collective effort led by parents and community leaders. A one-of-a-kind non-profit agency in Marin County, the Center's 14 programs serve 3,500 youth and their families annually. Your investment in our future growth and your trust in us to deliver programs effectively and efficiently is greatly appreciated. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit charity, tax ID# 941735064, so your donation is tax-deductible. Please call us if you are interested in coming to tour our 23,000 square foot facility to see our mission in action. Thank you for your continued support.

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November 10,2010

Manny Kopstein, Founder Grants for Good Foundation 1550 Tiburon Blvd. SI. G-35 Tiburon, CA 94920

Dear Mr. Kopstein, We sincerely appreciate your gift of$300 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Bay. We are very grateful for your support and dedication to our vision that all children facing diversity achieve success in life. Through our work, we are committed to providing enduring one to one mentoring relationships that change a child's life for the better, forever. Donations are used to screen, train and support volunteers who share their lives with vulnerable kids, providing crucial guidance, motivation and fun. We currently serve over 1,600 children in Marin, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma Counties, which would not be possible without your generosity. On behalf of every child we serve, thank you.

Cyndi eingard Director of Development

No goods or services were provided for this gift. This lener may be used as documentation of your donation for the Internal Revenue Service. [Tax 10: 94-2502278J

Marin: 1618 Second St. Son Rafael. CA 94901 â&#x20AC;˘ Napa: 190 Camino Oruga #4 Napa CA 94S58 Solano: 1652 West Texas St. #201 Fairfield. CA 94533 â&#x20AC;˘ Sonoma: 1410 Guerneville Rd. #6 Santo Rosa, CA 95403


May 9, 2011 Manny Kopstein Grants For Good l550-G Tiburon Blvd., Ste. 345 Tiburon, CA 94920

Dear Mr. Kopstein, I am writing to thank you for the grant of $120.00, which Grants For Good has generously given to DrawBridge. I am so pleased to acknowledge the receipt of these funds, which will be of tremendous assistance as we provide expressive art groups to homeless and other vulnerable children. Homeless children need a place where they can be children. They need an atmosphere of safety and acceptance where they can express themselves through art and words. With your grant to DrawBridge, you help provide that haven. Please visit our website, www.drawbridge.org, to explore our programs, view a new map of the 7 Bay Area counties we serve, and stay informed with the "What's New at DrawBridge" links. We will acknowledge the support of Grants For Good in our newsletters and at public events whenever possible. The entire staff joins me in thanking you for your support.

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In Accordance with the Tax Act of 1993, no goods or services were received in exchange for your contribution.

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November 23, 2010 Grants for Good Foundation 1550 Tiburon Blvd., Suite G-345 Tiburon, CA 94920 Dear Friends, Thank you for your thoughtful gift of $40.00 on 11/10/2010. Your generosity and commitment to give locally will help over 1,000 families provide a strong foundation of support to raiser their children in a safe, healthy home. As special members of our community, you continue to show your support for our work with this investment. For over 38 years, Cope Family Center has served as the first stop for families in Napa, a place for families to come when they are in need of resources or guidance. We are proud of the work we do in our community. Our staff and volunteers have created a nurturing family resource center for parents and children to interact, connect with other families and services as well as learn important parent and life skills such as financial management. Our work would not be possible without your support as 75% of our annual budget comes from private investors like you. Though Cope families come from diverse economic and ethnic backgrounds, they share the common bond of wanting to provide their children with the best life possible. The appreciation expressed by this mother is a direct result of your support of Cope Family Center, "Knowing that I can save has given me more confidence about my abilities and reduced my stress. Thank you!" Again, thank you for investing locally in Cope Family Center. Please visit our website, www.copefamilycenterorgfora complete list of our services and volunteer opportunities, Happy Holidays,

Joelle Gallagher Executive Director jgallagher@copefamilycenler.org

IMPORTANT Cope Family Center IS a 501(c'(3) charity. Federal Tax ID# 94-2322399. Please retam a copy of this letter as your receipt for tax purposes Your contributfon is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

Cope Family Center:: 1340 Fourth Street:: Napa CA 94559:: 707,252,1123 www,copefamilycenter,org


May 9, 2011 Manny Kopstein Grants For Good 1550-G Tiburon Blvd., Ste. 345 Tiburon, CA 94920

Dear Mr. Kopstein, I am writing to thank you for the grant of $5,000.00, which Grants For Good has generously given to DrawBridge. I am so pleased to acknowledge the receipt of these funds, which will be of tremendous assistance as we provide expressive art groups to homeless and other vulnerable children. Homeless children need a place where they can be children. They need an atmosphere of safety and acceptance where they can express themselves through art and words. With your grant to DrawBridge, you help provide that haven. Please visit our website, www.drawbridge.org. to explore our programs, view a new map of the 7 Bay Area counties we serve, and stay informed with the "What's New at DrawBridge" links. We will acknowledge the support of Grants For Good in our newsletters and at public events whenever possible. The entire staff joins me in thanking you for your support.

,~~ Pamela Morton Executive Director

In Accordance with the Tax Act of 1993, no goods or services were received in exchange for your contribution.

Tax ID: 68-0373769

An Arts Program for Homeless Children P.O. Box 2698

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San Rafael, CA 94912

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(415) 444-0930

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Fax: (415) 444'0931

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www.drawbridge.org


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Thank you for your donation of $60,00 to Dolores Street Community Services on 10/4-/2010. Your contribution helps us carry out our mission of providing neighborhood-based shelter, housing. advocacy. and support for working-poor men and formerly homeless people living with AIDS in San Francisco's Mission and Castro Districts. Every day, Dolores Street offers dignity. health and hope to hundreds of people through a variety of programs.

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The Dolores Housing Program operates th.ree small. safe and clean shelters in the Mission District especially designed for newly-arrived homeless Latino working men. The program provides critical emergency services and case management to over 1,000 men each year that enable them to gain self-sufficiency before homeless ness becomes an entrenched way of life. The Richard M. Cohen Residence. siruated in a Victorian cottage and carriage house reputed to be the second oldest intact residence in San Francisco, is an award-winning state licensed facility for homeless men and women living with HIV/AlDS and mental illness and/or histories of substance abuse. The program is unique in providing twenty-four hour medical care and social services in a non-institutional setting where residents truly feel at home and part of a caring and healing community. In addition to our shelter and housing programs, Dolores Street is the lead agency of two new advocacy programs. The San Francisco Im.migrant Legal &- Education Network is a multi-agency system for delivering free legal assistance and community education to the city's undepserved, low-income and most vulnerable immigrants. The Mission SRO Collaborative works to improve conditions in the neighborhoods residential hotels through outreach, educational workshops. services, and tenant organizing. Finally, our administrative offices are available to neighborhood residents and community-based nonprofits for meetings and outreach services. The Valencia Community Center, as the space is referred to on evenings and weekends, has hosted numerous twelve-step groups. a medical clinic for street youth, immigration workshops, a nee Ie exchange program, and has even been a polling station in recent years.

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October 18, 20 I0 Jesse Razo Grants For Good Foundation 1550 Tiburon Blvd Suite G-345 Tiburon, CA 94920 Dear Jesse, Thank you so much fQL your generous donation of $20.00 on 10/18/2010 in S11.RPQrt of Riner Center services. For our first time financial donors, we like to take a few minutes to communicate a bit about who we are and what we do. Ritter Center has one mission - "preventing homeJessness". Addressing that one mission is complex, as each individual's needs are different from the one before. Everyday, whether it is helping a family with a deposit on their home, or providing high quality primary health care, or sending a child off to school with a new backpack and supplies, all of our services are aimed at preventing homelessness.

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Emergency Food Pantry Showers & Hygiene Supplies Laundry Facilities & Lockers Emergency Clothing Private Voice Mail General Mail Delivery Primary Medical Care Restrooms

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Emergency Financial Assistance One-on-One Case Management Seasonal Programs include: Back to School Thanksgiving Family to Family Holiday Program Holiday Dinner & Survival Gear

We raise 60% of our $Im annual budget from individuals, families and businesses in our community. Your support will help us to ensure these services are available to each and every person in need right here in our own backyard. All services and programs are free of charge. I welcome your call. If you have questions, feedback, or if you'd like to take a tour of Ritter Center, please call me directly. Sincerely,

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P.s. In compliance with IRS guidelines. we certify that we have not provided yOIl with any goods or services in exchange for your chari/able gift. Tax ID# 94-2675517. 16 Ritter Street P.O. Box 3517 San Rafael, CA 94912

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