Environmental Education Council of Marin 42 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 The Environmental Education Council of Marin runs a number of programs to raise environmental and nature awareness. The…More organization administers mini-grant programs for school gardens and for small field trips for students. In addition, the organization provides skills classes at the College of Marin and free training classes. Though adult environmental education is important, the focus is on acquainting kids with nature and offering access to the environment that they wouldn't get otherwise.
National Organization of Circumcision P.O. Box 2512, San Anselmo, CA94979 The National Organization of Circumcision is an educational nonprofit organization that is dedicated to educating the…More public about letting children and babies keep their sexual organs intact after birth. his organization is led by Mrs. Marilyn Milos who is a registered nurse.
Marin County Bicycle Coalition 733 Center Blvd, Fairfax, CA94930 The Marin County Bicycle Coalition (MCBC) has been the premier cycling advocacy and education organization in Marin…More since its inception in 1998. MCBC has a number of branches, including advocacy for cyclists' safety at the state and national level, allocation of funds for bike pathways and bike boulevards under the Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Project, education and outreach about traffic laws for cyclists and Safe Routes for School - which attempts to get more children biking and walking to school. With cycling as one of the most popular sports in Marin, the organization, whose headquarters are in Fairfax, has a large presence throughout the county. MCBC is a nonprofit and residents can volunteer at a number of events, including Bike to Work Day in May.
Gathering Thyme 226 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, San Anselmo, CA94960 Gathering Thyme is owned and staffed by experienced herbalists with the goal of educating the community about the use of…More herbs and other natural remedies. The business stocks and sells herbs and herbal supplements, nutritional supplements, homeopathic skin care products, aromatherapy oils, teas, spices, botany books and more.
Sev Media 91 Porteous Ave, Fairfax, CA94930 Scott Valentino is the sole proprietor of Sev Media. His diverse background includes writing, educating and designing in…More public, private, nonprofit and international arenas. His website design firm is located in Fairfax, and services include comprehensive internet strategy, custom website design, and identity and branding of organizations. It also offers training in software and Internet applications.
St. Anselm Catholic School 40 Belle Ave, San Anselmo, CA94960 Since it's founding in 1924, St. Anselm School has enjoyed a long tradition of providing Catholic education to…More elementary school children. Hot lunches are served and before and after school care is available. Students are required to wear school uniforms.
First Friends Montessori Family Daycare 29 Hill Ave, Fairfax, CA94930 Roselle Buyco-Nardell is the director and started the school when her daughter was born. They moved the school into a…More cottage in 2004 and believe a home environment is an ideal to teach young children and provide a lasting foundation of positive experiences to support a lifetime of learning. All of the teachers are certified Montessori educators and also have current CPR and first aid certificates.
Fairfax-San Anselmo Children's Center 199 Porteous Ave, Fairfax, CA94930 Fairfax-San Anselmo Children's Center is a family-based daycare program to support low-income families. Its goal is to…More build a sense of community, and provide quality early care and education to at risk children. The center works with ages three months to fifth grade. It also offers family support programs.
Sustainable Fairfax 141 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Founded in 1999, Sustainable Fairfax is a nonprofit organization dedicated to environmental, economic and community…More education. The volunteer-run organization hosts regularly scheduled community events, partnering with local businesses to raise awareness about issues such as climate change, toxics, food, water and waste. Visit the Sustainable Fairfax website for volunteer, mission and event information.