Reach Out

Work with members in your community and make a difference

Founded in 2014 Community Focus Center (CFC) a non-profit public charity organization, serving South Santa Clara and San Benito County.  WE are dedicated to promoting education, advocating violence prevention and improving family life through community fellowship.


We devote our energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, and needy.  Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time. .

save

the children

help

those in need

hope

for change

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COMMUNITY FOCUS CENTER 

Paine's Restaurant

Mr. and Mrs. Bains



BECOME A SERVICE PARTNER - 

VOLUNTEER 


Friends of Community Focus Center continue to inquire about opportunities for volunteer service. They want to be involved servicing the community. Because of this interest, we have decided to enlist the help of volunteers for endeavors. Community Focus Center established a volunteer program called Service Partners.

Devote an afternoon to with us in our office and see first-hand the families we help daily and meet our team.  We are a group of devoted and dedicated leaders looking to help better the San Benito and Santa Clara County communities..

  • ​​Food Pantry every Friday 11 - 1:00 pm.
  • Clothing Closet opening soon!
  • Leadership and Technology Workshops partnership with San Benito Probation Department - every Fall.
  • Annual gala to raise funds

Dante Bains

Advisory Committee and Philanthropist

  • Ensuring no family in South Santa Clara or San Benito County goes hungry. 
  • Mentoring programs for youth in Gilroy Hollister, San Juan Bautista and surrounding areas. 
  • Literacy training in Hollister 
  • Communication workshops in San Juan Bautista

Meet Our Team

Find your inner power by helping others

​​​​PROMOTING EDUCATION, ADVOCATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND IMPROVING FAMILY LIFE BY FOCUSING ON OUR COMMUNITY!!

Funded in part by:

Our mission is to provide a holistic approach to preventing violence and promoting the physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being of the community members’ one family at a time.

Hope in Action

Judy Studebaker

Advisory Committee