Helping Nonprofits Help the Community
Aramis has committed funding to a number of local non-profit organizations that strive daily to serve the North Livermore area community and beyond.
Donations will be funded throughout 2020 and as the project makes progress toward approvals.
The Aramis project is partnering with Tipping Point, a local non-profit focused on poverty alleviation, to fund and install $250,000 worth of solar systems on the rooftops of ten local non-profit organizations, reducing energy costs for the organizations serving the Bay Area’s most vulnerable populations
Open Heart Kitchen
Open Heart Kitchen serves prepared, nutritious meals free of charge to the hungry people of the Tri-Valley area.
East Bay Regional Parks Foundation – Send a Kid to Camp Program
Each year the East Bay Regional Parks Foundation makes it possible for 9,000 disadvantaged youth to take part in camps, swimming lessons, and outdoor activities. Participants who would not normally have the resources to enjoy these programs, gain access to free bus transportation and organized outdoor activities.
CityServe of the Tri-Valley
CityServe is a homeless assistance program serving Livermore & the surrounding area by: caring for people in crisis, coordinating resources and volunteers between the faith-based community, non-profits, schools, businesses, and government agencies, and connecting volunteers in the local church and community to the non-profits in the Tri-Valley area.
Zero Net Energy Center
The Zero Net Energy Center is an educational facility that supports over 2,000 apprentice and journey-level electricians in Alameda County.
Quest Science Center
The Quest Science Center is working towards opening a Livermore location in 2024. The Center is dedicated to helping all understand the science behind issues such as climate & weather; energy, water & transportation systems; health, medicine & bionics; sustainable agriculture; astronomy & space exploration; earthquakes & plate tectonics; genetics, ancestry & human migration.
East Bay Regional Parks Foundation – 1-in-a-Million Sustainers Circle
The 1-in-a-Million Sustainers Circle helps protect open space, acquire parklands and provide vital programs for underserved members of the community. Donations fund: preservation of open space and wildlife corridors, protection of the Park district’s 55 miles of shorelines, restoration of wetlands, expansion of a robust trail network for increased access to nature, increasing environmental education initiatives and immersive camps for kids.
Vineyard 2.0 is a proposed City of Livermore homeless shelter and assistance project. It would convert underused City-owned property into 24 homes for the homeless, a community room, a commercial kitchen for meal service, and other critical amenities.