SAVE Receives $10,000 Fremont Bank Foundation Grant

SAVE (Safe Alternatives to Violent Environments) is honored to have been chosen as one of 51 Bay Area charitable organizations to receive generous grants from the Fremont Bank Foundation. The awards, donated in honor of Fremont Bank’s 50th Anniversary, were awarded on Thursday, May 15th at a reception held at the Foundation’s Professional Development Center at the Fremont Unified School District headquarters on Technology Drive.

The Foundation’s Board invited bank associates to vote for their favorite charities; fifty organizations were nominated to receive $10,000 each with one additional $50,000 grant awarded to the charity that received the highest number of votes. SAVE staff members are thrilled to have received the second highest number of votes, and is grateful for not only the bank associates’ recognition but the Foundation’s generosity. SAVE congratulates all grant recipients, especially the Cancer Prevention Institute of California which received the $50,000 grant. Nina Clymer, SAVE's Executive Director, noted at the event that the grant will help support SAVE's planned Community Center expansion.

Representatives from the 50 charitable organizations enjoyed presentations by Brian Hughes and Hattie Hyman Hughes, Board Director and President (respectively) of the Fremont Bank Foundation, and Marie-Pascale Peterson, Director of Community Outreach at Fremont Bank, as well as photo opportunities and refreshments.

For more information about SAVE, please visit www.save-dv.orgor call (510) 574-2250.


SAVE is a community based organization with over 30 years of expertise in providing intimate partner violence prevention and support services to residents of the Tri-Cities, the Bay Area, and beyond. SAVE’s innovative support, advocacy, and educational programs give victims and their families the strength and resources to end the cycle of violence and rebuild their lives. Services include emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling, children’s programs, and much more. SAVE assists any victim of intimate partner violence regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, ability, ethnicity, language spoken, or geographic location. 

SAVE is a non -profit 501c (3) organization, Federal Tax ID: 94-2520559


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