2019 Year-End Celebration
Network, nosh and celebrate our success!
Date - Thu December 5, 6-8p
- Coconut Bay Restaurant - Private Party Room
- 1107 Howard Ave, Burlingame (1 block from Caltrain)
Come join us for great company, delicious Thai food, and holiday spirit. Let's celebrate our success in 2019:
- 6 great E&S TAG events
- 200+ total & 150+ unique attendees, 140+ orgs
- Great survey feedback to further improve 2020 programs
Started by few Bay Area friends looking for a place to call their own, Coconut Bay expertly combines the atmosphere of San Francisco dining, the excitement of contemporary Asian cuisine and the coziness of a family eatery. Situated on the corner of Howard and Park, it is next to ample parking and a block away from Burlingame’s shopping district.
*** Event supported by Peninsula Clean Energy and Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District.
Public Transit Options
- Caltrain - Burlingame Station 1 block away
- SamTrans bus 292 - 200 ft away
- SamTrans bus 397 & ECR - 4 blocks away
Additional Sponsors Include:
NEW 3-YEAR GRANT AWARDED
Thrive Alliance was recently awarded a generous 3-year grant from Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District to build additional capacity for these Environment & Sustainability Thrive Action Group monthly meetings.
The 2019 Network and Partnership Support Grant will help build more impactful programs and meaningful results. We look forward to serving the community with additional success in 2019 through 2021. Thank you MidPen!
About Thrive Alliance
Thrive is a robust, trusted network of nonprofit organizations, businesses, government agencies, elected officials and civic leaders in San Mateo County. We help to build the capacity of nonprofits, large and small, to strengthen San Mateo County’s critical community organizations and connections. In an increasingly technology-driven world, Thrive is real people, meeting real challenges, with real collaboration – on the ground, face-to-face, 200 strong and counting. Thrive’s unique approach allows us to work across the social, public and private sectors, and facilitate and magnify outcomes through connections, collective voice, and person-to-person collaboration. https://www.thrivealliance.org
About the Environment & Sustainability Thrive Action Group
The Environmental & Sustainability (E&S) Thrive Action Group (TAG) targets leaders in the community to convene once a month to discover and discuss real-time challenges & solutions in the natural resource conservation landscape though the lens of equity and sustainability. Its goal is to identify areas and actions for members to collectively advocate for positive change by harnessing the group’s wisdom and power. https://www.thrivealliance.org/thrive-policy-advocacy-initiative. Run in partnership with Green County San Mateo (GCSM).