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AGAVE is located in downtown Mt. View and has owner Alexandro Garcia and head chef Ramon Sepulveda collaborating to create a truly unique and exciting menu. They also have a fabulous full bar, showcasing exquisite Tequilas (thus AGAVE) and other wonderful spirits. At AGAVE they offer a more “playful” menu with lots of specials!
ARCADIA, a modern American steakhouse in downtown San Jose, is known for its prime cuts of beef, fresh fish and poultry. Executive Chef Evan Perlick prepares Mina classics such as Lobster Corn Dogs and Ahi Tuna Tartare, and Truffled Mac & Cheese.
Catered Too is a premiere caterer serving San Jose, Silicon Valley, the Bay Area and beyond. Large corporate events and intimate private parties are each handled by experienced event professionals. Their passion for events is reflected in their custom designed, seasonal and innovative menus. At Catered Too they believe food should be delicious and fun! Visit Cafe Too! at the San Jose Museum of Art.
Morocco’s Restaurant, the best Moroccan restaurant in Mountain View, is a family owned operation, and the result of a decade of training in the restaurant industry and almost 1500 years of culinary tradition. Morocco’s was opened with the intent to be the best Moroccan restaurant in the area and share Moroccan culture through its cuisine, arts, and world-renowned hospitality.
Park Place Cupertino, a new American restaurant with outdoor dining. It’s unhurried sophistication. Abandon the tie. Circle your friends. Relax. Inside Park Place Restaurant & Bar, you’ll find an airy Mediterranean-inspired ambiance, one that casually combines different textures – high and low tables, interior lighting that subtly enhances its external counterpart, and the graceful elegance of wood carried throughout.
The Luxury Box, the choice destination in Campbell, CA, is a classy sports venue that sets itself apart with its fresh and flavorful menu. Their style is beautifully unique, speaking to the adventurous, well-traveled experiences of its celebrated executive chef, Kristopher Hallihan. The culinary expertise they offer promises all house-made, fresh ingredients that will leave every sense feeling delightfully satiated.
Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI) is Santa Clara County’s largest community-based organization focused on the Asian community. Their mission is to improve the health, mental health and well-being of individuals, families and the Asian community by: providing an array of high quality health and human services; sharing expertise about the Asian community’s needs and best service delivery practices; and providing Asian leadership in advocating on key health and human services issues.
BAWSI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that strives to awaken the power of female athletes as change makers in the world. Their vision is a women’s sports community that is strong and vibrant because female athletes use their power and appeal for the greater good. It was founded on the principles of servant-leadership and paying it forward.
Breathe California of the Bay Area is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, based in San Jose, California and providing services to residents of the counties of Santa Clara, San Benito, Alameda, and Merced. As the local lung health leader, Breathe California of the Bay Area fights lung disease in all its forms and works with its communities to promote lung health.
CAFF’s mission is to build a movement of rural and urban people to foster family-scale agriculture that cares for the land, sustains local economies and promotes social justice.
Visit Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose where you can expect to test, crank, listen, prod and tinker. One of the largest museums of its kind in the nation, CDM’s 150 interactive exhibits lead visitors to explore, understand and enjoy the world in which they live.
Community Health Partnership is a consortium of non-profit community health centers and clinics based in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties. Community Health Partnership’s mission is to advocate for affordable and accessible health services for our diverse and multicultural communities regardless of socioeconomic, ethnic, religious, or cultural background, and to support our member organizations in achieving these goals.
Founded in 2007, CreaTV San Jose is a member-based, non-profit community media center that helps the residents, businesses, schools and organizations in San Jose to effectively communicate their message to a broader audience using our public and education television and Internet channels. HealthTrust TV was produced by CreaTV San Jose with a grant from the Health Trust.
Cucina Bambini is a hands-on cooking school that offers culinary education covering a wide range of cooking techniques, along with safe food handling, etiquette and nutrition. They provide a fun and relaxed environment where children of all ages will build confidence and be encouraged to use their creativity in the kitchen.
FIRST 5 Santa Clara County (FIRST 5) strives to support the healthy development of children ages 0-5 and enrich the lives of their families and communities. FIRST 5 is committed to achieving real and sustainable results towards the successful future of young children and their families.
Whether it is a neglected patch of a land, or an unattended fruit tree, Garden to Table works with local residents to utilize urban resources to their fullest capacity. Their mission is to create a sustainable local food system and build community by improving access to healthy food and teaching people how to cultivate their own fruits and vegetables.
The Health Trust is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1996 as a community benefit foundation with assets from the sale of four local nonprofit hospitals. The Health Trust’s vision is to transform Silicon Valley into the healthiest region in America, for everyone.
Children’s Dental Center is a collaborative partnership between The Health Trust and Children’s Dental Group, with support from FIRST 5 Santa Clara and El Camino Hospital. The Children’s Dental Center offices are designed and staffed to meet the special needs of all children. Their doctors are either pediatric specialists, or general dentists who have chosen to focus their practice to children. Most importantly, at Children’s Dental Center you and your children will find a fun, warm and welcoming environment.
The Palo Alto Medical Foundation for Health Care, Research and Education (PAMF) is a not-for-profit health care organization dedicated to enhancing the health of people in our communities. This includes more than 700,000 patients and countless community members across Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties.
Sacred Heart Community Service is dedicated to bringing its community together to address poverty in Silicon Valley. Through a comprehensive array of resources, services, and community involvement initiatives, SHCS is making a real impact in the lives of working poor families.
Santa Clara County Park’s five decade legacy of providing outstanding recreational opportunities in beautiful natural locations has resulted in one of the largest regional park systems in the California. Since the first County parkland was acquired in 1924, the Santa Clara County park system has grown to include 29 regional parks encompassing nearly 48,000 acres of land.
The Santa Clara County Public Health Department works to keep all county residents safe and healthy and create environments that contribute to good health. We believe great things start with good health and are focused on protecting and improving the health of everyone who lives and works in Santa Clara County.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties is the trusted leader dedicated to ending local hunger. Since its inception in 1974, Second Harvest has become one of the largest food banks in the nation, providing food to more than one quarter of a million people each month.
The Senior Peer Advocate (SPA) Program trains and certifies older adult volunteers to provide information and assistance tailored specifically to seniors and their families. SPA volunteers work at community centers throughout Santa Clara County and come from a variety of cultural and language backgrounds.
The mission of SVHAP to create and support partnerships between community organizations to ensure that evidence-based health promotion programs are widely available on an on-going basis throughout Santa Clara County for all older adults.
Valley Homeless Healthcare Program (VHHP) is a county and grant funded program launched in 2004, operated through the Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System. A staff of 35, composed of physicians, nurses, mental-health experts and outreach workers, provide medical care to more than 7,000 homeless patients each year. They conduct walk-in clinics and have a mobile unit that travels once a week to local homeless encampments.
Valley Verde is a nonprofit organization that helps residents in Santa Clara County grow their own vegetables. It is dedicated to develop and support programs that improve the health of Santa Clara County residents and empower them with the knowledge and skills to provide locally grown vegetables for their communities.
Veggielution empowers youth and adults from diverse backgrounds to create a sustainable food system in San Jose. Its urban farm engages the community by providing access to healthy and local food, creating leadership opportunities, and developing creative solutions to social and environmental justice issues.