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Established in 2003 MarinLINK serves as an incubator and fiscal sponsor for community-based projects inspired by social entrepreneurs to generate positive change in the Arts, Community, Education, Environment and Health.


The MarinLINK Fiscal Sponsorship Program collaborates with individuals and community organizations engaged in projects consistent with its mission by providing administrative support, tax-exempt status, and fiscal sponsorship.


American Indian Art Show Marin

February 17 - February 18


March 3 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm


March 25 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

MarinLink has been a major blessing not just to my project, but to so many other wonderful community based organizations and projects under their larger non-profit 501c (3) Fiscal Umbrella. Without MarinLink, I truly don’t know how I would have been able to get my project underway. They have also been wonderfully instrumental in educating me about the various ins and outs of establishing and running a successful non-profit through their MarinLink University program. If you have a passion and a dream to contribute to your community in a purposeful and meaningful way, MarinLink is there to help!

Leslie Lakes, “Prison Arts Touching Hearts” P.A.T.H.

I have found MarinLink to be a valuable resource in the early days of establishing our project!

Roger Sramek, “Think out of the Cup”

MarinLink is an outstanding community organization that offers wonderful leadership to small non-profit organizations like ours, Kids Cooking for Life. They are always just a phone call away when a problem comes up.

Marco Cacchi, “Kids Cooking for Life”

Marin Link has made it possible for our project to go forward as a non-profit entity. They have supported and encouraged us to dream big.

David Peters, “Passion Voice”

MarinLink makes it possible for Newswire21 to help the community. We’re very grateful for their assistance and guidance.

Tom Murphy, “NewsWire21”

MarinLink has made it possible for Newswire21 and San Francisco Bay Area Jouranlists put on low-cost and free programs that help set the stage for a resurgence in community journalism.

Tom Murphy, “NewsWire21”

We are so grateful for the opportunity Marinlink has provided to help:” Love Wild Horses” rock and roll here in Marin!

Jennifer Tara, “Love Wild Horses”

I appreciate the opportunity that Marin Link provides to the community and myself to help launch the Tree Monkey Project, It is a great resource and I recommend it to anyone thinking of starting their own nonprofit.

James Reed, “Tree Monkey Project”

The support of MarinLink has been invaluable in my efforts even though my fundraising has become stalled. The support both personal and professional from MarinLink has created a solid, credible basis for the California Film Project to pursue its goals of independent, environmental education. I am very grateful and proud to be part of the MarinLink community.

Christopher Beaver, “California Film Project”

Without MarinLink we would not have a productive, well advised program to help address the number of depressed and suicidal survivors of military sexual trauma which we continue to serve.

Elizabeth Stinson, “Trauma Assessment Project”

Marin Link has been an invaluable asset to the success of my Non-Profit. They handle all of my accounting needs and let me and my team focus on what matters.

Susan Weber Pomillia, “Cruisin with Susan”

MarinLink is the key incubator for nonprofits in Marin. We feel very fortunate to have launched Earth Day Marin with MarinLink in 2009 and to have worked with MarinLink’s support on each of the 4 Earth Day Marin Festivals we have produced. As our fiscal sponsor they have made managing our nonprofit administration and finance easy; for small organizations that is a life saver. Nancy and Mary are always available to brainstorm, network and provide feedback. The work they have donbe to grow their roster of exciting projects and foster their growth is a major asset to the Marin community.

Hannah Doress, “Earth Day Marin”