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Founder & President
Kelly Dippel

A Message From Kelly

Silicon Valley Cares (SVC) just celebrated 8 years of giving back to our community. I am so proud of what the ladies of SVC have built together. Our events are different and unique and always focused on Entertainment, Networking, and Compassion. SVC has definitely put the FUN in Fundraising and made a huge difference for so many!


Silicon Valley Cares presents checks in the amount of $16,000 each for our 2016 Beneficiaries

NON PROFIT STATUS

This corporation is a fundraising corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized with the objectives and purposes to provide funds to non-profit agencies and organizations within the Santa Clara County.
Tax ID # 80-0563373
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Breakthrough Silicon Valley prepares motivated middle school students with limited educational opportunities for success in rigorous college-preparatory high school programs and entry into four-year colleges. They prepare outstanding highschool and college students to enter careers in education.
The Grateful Garment Project (TGGP): Prevents victims of sexual assault who have their belongings seized for DNA evidence, having to be released from the hospital in a gown. Victims are provided a bag of basic necessities to walk out of the building with dignity. The bag includes grooming & hygienic supplies, food and clothing.
Silicon Valley Pet Project (SCPP): Rescues and rehabilitates dogs and cats from shelters to avoid euthanasia. Volunteer fosters provide these pets with love and shelter, until they find their “forever-home.”