Marin Charitable
Our Mission: We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to have happy and fulfilling childhood. Marin Charitable provides grants to organizations that offer critical support, education and enrichment for school-aged children in Marin Country who have limited opportunities.

About Us

Marin Charitable is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization celebrating over 50 years of service. Marin Charitable raises monies in order to provide grants to nonprofit organizations with programs serving school aged children within Marin County. Marin Charitable is a registered 501(c)3 charity. View details »


Look out for upcoming information on our Fall Fundraiser! An OKTOBERFEST celebration which is sure to be a must-attend event. Save the date of Saturday, October 8th. Buy Tickets Now »


Marin Charitable thanks our generous donors! We need your support! We all know that children are our future, yet there are many young people in Marin County who, without our help, may never have a chance to reach their full potential. There are many ways you can make a difference. View details »

In the words of our Grantees...

"During the last year your grant served 741 middle and high school aged Marin youth age 11-17, more than doubling the number we anticipated thanks to your generous support!"
~Marilyn Price, Director, Trips for Kids

"We are so grateful to Marin Charitable for helping to make the crucial Bereaved SIBS program possible for such a special group of teens."
~Suzanne Randall, Executive Director, Okizu.

"Thank you for making an important and positive difference to the youth we serve in Marin County."
~Rachel Watts, Director, The Marin Youth Center

"We are able to continue our important work in the schools because of the funding [Marin Charitable] provides. Thank you!"
~Felicia King, Executive and Clinical Director, Beyond Hunger

"Your support and partnership has meant the world to us!"
~Denni Locke-Brusseau, Founder and Executive Director, Bridge the Gap

"With [MC's] grant we were able to serve approximately 150 homeless and other vulnerable middle and high school aged youth last year. Thank you very much!"
~Pamela Morton, Executive Director, DrawBridge.

"[Your] support provides crucial scholarships for our therapeutic horseback riding program for middle and high school youth with disabilities."
~Julie Cassel, Executive Director, Halleck Creek Ranch.