The Step Up Network 

With over 90 community partners, Step Up Silicon Valley is well-aligned to tap into community resources, build relationships among unlikely players and partners, and foster productive collaborations. Members of the following organizations have participated in the Step Up Silicon Valley network and make an on-going contribution of staff time and resources to the efforts to reduce poverty in Santa Clara County. Each organization is a valuable resource not just for the poor, but for all of us who are concerned about building a better community. We encourage you to visit their websites to learn more about their work in our community.

Step Up Silicon Valley Network

ACE Charter School
Affordable Housing Network

African Community Health Institute
American Leadership Forum, Silicon Valley
Applied Materials Foundation
Asian Americans for Community Involvement
Assembly Member Jim Beall’s Office
Bay Area Legal Aid
Bill Wilson Center
Business Development Accelerators
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
Center for Employment and Training
Charities Housing Development Corporation
City of San Jose
City of Santa Clara
Community Health Partnership
Community Services Agency, Mt. View/Los Altos
Community Solutions
Community Technology Alliance
CommUniverCity San Jose
Companions in Ignatian Service and Spirituality

Congressman Mike Honda’s Office
Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren’s Office
Consulting Within Reach (CWR)
Council of Churches of Santa Clara County
County of Santa Clara
Destination: Home
Diocese of San Jose
Downtown Streets Team Inc.
EHC LifeBuilders
Evergreen Community College Family
Familly Alliance for Counseling Tools & Resolution
Family Supportive Housing
First Five of Santa Clara County
First Presbyterian Church of San Jose
Franklin-McKinley Children’s Initiative
Franklin-McKinley School District
Gardner Family Health Network
Goodwill of Silicon Valley
Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Silicon Valley
Holy Family Parish
Housing Trust of Santa Clara County
Immigrant Relations and Integration Services (IRIS)
Insight Center for Community Economic Development
Interfaith Council on Economics and Justice
Jewish Community Relations Council
Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley