Community Leaders Who Want to Make a Difference
A California Nonprofit Company
Our diversity in Silicon Valley blesses us with insight, wisdom, and culture, from which we are able to develop solutions to tackle the numerous problems we face. However, a problem has developed which has silenced our diverse opinions and voices of the minority in Silicon Valley who are oftentimes rebuked and punished by those who hold the majority power. Because of this, many of our members, community partners, and donors wish to stay anonymous, to protect their families, employment, and lives. They don't wish to be attacked on twitter by a local political party or be harassed at work because they believe there is a better solution to homelessness.
Everyone has a voice which should be heard and respected equally.
So we started a nonprofit 501(c)(4) to give these silenced community members a place to confidentially get active and legally stand up for what they believe in without fear of retaliation or oppression.
Our filing documents are publicly available with the state of California and will be public with the IRS once our 501(c)(4) is complete.
Jonathan graduated from Santa Clara University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and has lived in Silicon Valley since 2001. He is a parent, engineer, local businessman, and has a substantial background in community service including his City Council campaign for San Jose.
Kirk Vartan is a native New Yorker, NBC technologist, former hi-tech professional, community activist, and small business owner of two pizza shops in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale.
Partners will be published if they wish to provide their information.