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At Kenny & Company, we believe it is our business and personal responsibility to support the communities in which we live and work. We dedicate a portion of our firm’s resources to these endeavors.

Through direct financial contributions, volunteering consultant time, and matching donations, we connect with organizations that positively impact those in need.

Our annual Philanthropy executive identifies worthy organizations and/or causes and works with other Kenny & Company Partners to set and allocate our donation amount each year. Our consultants volunteer their time to Kenny & Company selected organizations or self-selected causes.

Selected Philanthropic Events

Urban Sprouts 2017

Urban Sprouts teaches youth about food and healthy eating through a school garden program. They principally serve historically under-resourced neighborhoods and public housing communities in southeast San Francisco.

Urban Sprouts’ project-based learning approach delivers environmental and nutrition education; advances student and family health by promoting the increased consumption of fresh produce through food and garden-based activities; bolsters academic success; provides youth and adults with job-skill training and employment opportunities. 

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Oregon Food Bank 2016

Oregon Food Bank started like most food banks did back in 1988. That’s when Interagency Food Bank and Oregon Food Share merged to become Oregon Food Bank, and they distributed USDA Commodity Supplemental Food to over 200 hunger-relief agencies.

Today, Oregon Food Bank collects food from farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources. They distribute that food through a Statewide Network of 21 Regional Food Banks and approximately 970 partner agencies serving all of Oregon and Clark County, Washington.

Mission: To eliminate hunger and its root causes… because no one should be hungry.

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Junior Achievement 2016

Through relevant, authentic, and experiential financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship programs, Junior Achievement of Northern California is inspiring a generation to be financially capable and prepared for career success.

With the help of volunteer role models, education and business partners, JA equips these young people with the tools to solve problems creatively, manage risk effectively, and welcome opportunity.

Together they are building a bridge from the classroom to the boardroom.

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Resource Area for Teaching (RAFT) 2015

RAFT, a non-profit organization was founded in 1994 in California, USA. RAFT’s main focus is to inspire, engage and educate children through the power of hands-on teaching.

Learning by doing.

This simple yet powerful concept has been RAFT’s objective since its inception. Hands-on education translates abstract and complex subjects by incorporating activities that help children learn by doing.

This ignites their interest, nurtures their natural curiosity, and also helps maintain a lifelong love of learning.

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10 Books a Home 2014

10 Books A Home (10BH) is a non-profit organization that serves families whose children are tracked to attend kindergarten in a school district where only 25% of students read at grade level. 

10BH created the Child-Parent Home Tutoring Program in 2012 to offer under-served families in East Palo Alto and East Menlo Park resources that are generally accessible to more advantaged families: 1-on-1 home tutoring and high quality children’s books.

The program is designed to give children and families a head start before they begin kindergarten in high-poverty school districts.

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