SMNA is now a 501(c)3!!!!!

The SMNA Board has been working hard to transition our non-profit designation from 501(c)4 to 501(c)3 and we finally got our new designation. The Board wishes to express its gratitude to Treasurer, Martin Groen, for his focus and dedication toward this effort over the past several months. What this means now is that our organization can pursue grant funding for special projects. It also makes your financial contributions tax-deductible!!
We have also officially changed our name to San Martin Neighborhood Association. This is a subtle change made necessary by our new designation.  
Your generous contributions help us with the various activities, tasks, and projects required to fulfill our mission of protecting San Martin’s rural atmosphere, supporting positive controlled growth, promoting neighborhood identity and vitality, ensuring an influential voice in the local governing body, to providing members with information so they can take an active, informed role in finding viable solutions to our neighborhood concerns.