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Thank you to our wonderful partners!

2021 has been a rough year but the generosity of our partners has been incredible. Demmon Partners, who will be developing the Sutter Green II complex donated $15,000 to the GNNA scholarship fund. They also donated $15,000 to Stanford Settlement.


Rather than having a drive-thru toy giveaway this year (in place of our annual holiday dinner), GNNA is donating toys to Stanford Settlement's Operation Cratchit to meet their increased requests from families. Thank you to Dr. Greenthumbs, CM Katie Velenzuela, and Supervisor Phil Serna for your monetary donations. In addition, donate a new, unwrapped toy at Dr. Greenthumb and they will give you a 15% discount on their products. Between monetary donations, toys from businesses and individuals, GNNA expects to be able to reach our goal of 400 toys for Operation Cratchit.


Please look at our list of partners and support these wonderful businesses that support our neighborhood.



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