Our Network 2017-07-28T23:42:31+00:00

Our Network

Interested in becoming a member?

We are always seeking new members and partners! Review and submit a membership application here or contact us at (510) 463-2882 or email. Membership in AC CAN is free and available to both non-profit organizations and individuals.

AC CAN Members and Partners

Members:

  1. Alameda County Community Food Bank
  2. Alameda County-Oakland Community Action Partnership (AC-OCAP)
  3. Alameda County Public Health Department *
  4. Alameda County Social Services Agency *
  5. Alameda Health Service Pipeline to Opportunities Program
  6. Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE)
  7. Alternatives in Action
  8. AnewAmerica Community Corporation
  9. BALANCE
  10. Brighter Beginnings
  11. Building Skills Partnership
  12. California Reinvestment Coalition*
  13. Catholic Charities of the East Bay
  14. Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)
  15. Centro Legal de la Raza
  16. Community Development Finance
  17. Community Financial Resources
  18. Community Trust, a division of Self-Help Federal Credit Union
  19. Cooperative Center Federal Credit Union
  20. Davis Street Family Resource Center
  21. EARN
  22. East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation(EBALDC)
  23. East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC)
  24. Ensuring Opportunities
  25. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
  26. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco*
  27. Fremont Family Resource Center
  28. Game Theory Academy*
  29. Housing and Economic Rights Advocates (HERA)
  30. International Rescue Committee (IRC)*
  31. Lao Family Community Development, Inc
  32. Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (LCCR)
  33. MidPen Resident Services Corporation
  34. MindBlown Labs
  35. Mission Asset Fund (MAF)
  36. MyPath
  37. Npower
  38. Oakland Unite/OUSD Juvenile Justice Partnership, Transition Center
  39. Operation HOPE
  40. Opportunity Fund
  41. Rubicon Programs
  42. The Stride Center
  43. The Unity Council
  44. The Workforce Collaborative
  45. Tri-Valley Housing Opportunity Center
  46. United Way of the Bay Area’s Earn It Keep It Save It Campaign
  47. Urban Strategies Council**
  48. Women’s Achievement Network and Development Alliance (WANDA)

*Steering Committee Members

Partners:

  1. Y and H Soda Foundation
  2. Beneficial State Bank
  3. Walter & Elise Haas Fund
  4. Citi Community Development
  5. Union Bank
  6. United Way of the Bay Area
  7. CFED