San Rafael, CA (April 23, 2013) MarinLink announced today that it has received a Resolution from the Marin County Board of Supervisors commending MarinLink for:
10 years of serving Marin County through its programs and projects Our successful Fiscal Sponsorship Program that supports 70+ projects addressing unmet community needs in the areas of transportation, the environment, spirituality, education, health, art and social justice Generating over 1 million dollars in 2012, creating jobs and volunteer opportunities Facilitating learning, networking and collaborative efforts to address issues and challenges across all sectors, neighborhoods and age groups
Our ability to work well with our [read more...]
Host Lindsay Hassett talks with Mary O’Mara, executive director and Nancy Boyce, founder of MarinLink, a Marin County non-profit that incubates, connects and supports creative community projects.
View the video on blipTV.
Pacific Sun Friday November 18th, 2011
With all due respect to Tina Turner—we do need another hero.
And with that in mind, the Pacific Sun, in partnership with Circle Bank, is presenting its first-ever Heroes of Marin awards—a salute to the community members whose dedication to bettering the lives of county residents has helped make Marin the special place it is today.
After fielding more than 100 nominations from Pacific Sun readers, our panel of “hero” judges bestowed awards in eight separate categories. Recipients will be honored in the Pacific Sun over the next four weeks through feature stories [read more...]
Norm Solomon Interviews Nancy Boyce and Mary O’Mara
Norman Solomon is an American journalist, media critic, antiwar activist, and current candidate for the United States House of Representatives. Solomon is a longtime associate of the media watch group Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR).
Watch the whole episode here on Blip TV.
By Jessica Bernstein-Wax
Marin Independent Journal
Posted: 12/04/2010 01:36:57 PM PST
Thousands of homeless people throughout the Bay Area will have toasty hands and feet this winter thanks to about 300 volunteers who gathered in Novato early Saturday morning to assemble packs with warm clothing for them.
Volunteers began arriving at Unity in Marin church for the annual Warm Wishes and MarinLink event at about 7:45 a.m. to assemble 5,000 packs with gloves, socks, caps, scarves, rain ponchos and holiday cards from schoolchildren. A mad scramble ensued with volunteers of all ages working in assembly lines, singing carols and carrying [read more...]
News Flash! – October 2, 2010:
The Sierra Club honored MarinLink founders, Nancy and Ed Boyce, by awarding them the Hannah Creighton Award for their tireless efforts to build a healthier community, provide leadership for children’s healthcare programs, and for ongoing advocacy on environmental and social justice issues.
Congratulations Nancy and Ed!