Stories from the Heart: From Meadowlark Mom to Volunteer

Underneath any organization that does good in this world, you’ll find plenty of people who quietly and selflessly work to make it all happen. One such person for the Tim Griffith Foundation is Pam Smith.

Stories from the Heart: Be Like Linda!

The July 4th Redwood City Festival has always been an important time for the Tim Griffith Foundation to connect with members of the community. This year it is cancelled so we thought it would be fun to share how we met one of our most dedicated volunteers, Linda Grayson, at this festival back in 2008. 

Stories from the Heart: A racism reflection in her own words

My name is Kierra Keady and I am from Mountain View, California. When reflecting on my 18 years of life, I always thought I never really had to think about my race. Just recently I realized that was not the case at all. I was born to two parents of different races.

Stories from the Heart: One man's recovery journey

If you talk to anyone who has lived in Tim's House, they're likely to mention it feels like a nice home, in a reasonable neighborhood, and is comfortable for five or six men to share and not feel packed in.

The Tim Griffith Foundation Stands Against Racism

We stand in solidarity with the marginalized, the grieving, and those who deal with discrimination and racism as part of their every day lives. We grieve with the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery.

Stories from the Heart: Learning during a pandemic

Bay Area students are adjusting to a remote learning environment in overcrowded homes, with the added pressure and uncertainty of parents who have been laid-off or furloughed as bills pile up.
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