Community Resilience

Deep democracy. Sustainable change.

Are you interested in being involved in improving your community?  Do you want to have a voice in decisions and policy-making that affect you and your family?

MCM convenes monthly meetings, as well as periodic forums, to ensure San Rafael’s Canal residents’ voices are included in decisions that affect them. Meetings are attended by community residents as well as representatives from local governments and public institutions to discuss issues that affect the Canal, such as housing, climate change, water systems, safety, emergency preparedness, and more.

We invite you to join us every third Wednesday from 5:30-7:30 pm on Zoom.

For more information or to register to attend a meeting, please contact Marco Berger with the form below.

Canal Community Resilience Council Information

Food Distribution

Making sure no one goes hungry.

Food is sustenance. And many of our community members, especially those immigrating into Marin from other countries, are struggling with food insecurity. As they seek to gain stronger footing in their new home, providing for this most basic necessity can be a challenge.

We believe that no member of our community should go hungry and that we must work together to end hunger in Marin County. In collaboration with the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank, we run a Farm Stand/Produce Food Distribution initiative to provide fresh, healthy fruits and vegetables and whole grains to Marin community residents.