In 1920, The League of Women Voters was founded as a non-partisan political organization. It fights to improve…More systems of government and makes an impact on public policies through citizen education and advocacy.</p>
<p>The League of Women Voters of Marin County is fully involved with the Marin government and its local issues. Members attend various meetings, which include meetings for the water districts, health care districts, the College of Marin board and government agencies.</p>
Marin Law Center 101 Lucas Valley Rd, San Rafael, CA94903 Focusing on personal, family and civil law, Marin Law Center offers its services at either a fixed fee or low hourly…More rates. It does this mainly by having supervised legal secretaries or paralegals draft the basic forms and legal pleadings involved in its cases, with the aim of settling them before they go to court. Owner Greg Brockbank, a 1985 graduate of Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, advises as necessary.
10,000 Degrees is dedicated to helping Marin students have access to higher education. It offers numerous…More scholarships to help pay for college, workshops on filling out financial aid forms and a special mentoring program for high school students. For those who would like to become a mentor, it requires a commitment of at least one hour each month during the student's senior year.</p>
<p>10,000 Degrees obtains much of its funding from the Marin Community Foundation.</p>