In the News
Meet the Cohens: Pursuing Matters of the Heart without Missing a Beat
“To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; to know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived – that is to have succeeded.” This idea of success, rooted in the betterment of another, is attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson.
2020 Inclusion Publication
In recognition of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (March 2020) Gatepath partnered with Goodwill, Hope Services, Housing Choices, LSA Homes, Options for All, SCDD Central Coast, South Bay Consortium for Adult Education, Therapy and Via Services to create a custom news print publication to bring a positive message of inclusion on behalf of those with disabilities in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.
County Eyes ‘A Unique Opportunity’ for Affordable Housing in Palo Alto for Adults With Disabilities
A small, Santa Clara County-owned property in south Palo Alto may soon be redeveloped to create an increasingly valuable and rare commodity: affordable housing for adults with disabilities.
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Announces 2020 CZI Community Fund Recipients
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) announced nearly $3.5 million in grants to Bay Area organizations working on the most critical issues facing local communities.
At Gatepath, we look at our Vision, Mission and Values
At Gatepath, we look at our Vision, Mission and Values statements as our “North Star”, defining the optimal future state of what we want to achieve as an organization over time.
Hillsborough Living: Spotlight on Gatepath
Spotlight on Gatepath.
The Power of Possibilities: Empowering People with Special Needs with Gatepath
Back in May, we were lucky enough to host Gatepath for its film festival event. The participants transformed our Barn into the the Wild West for the evening to showcase the short films they’d made. We are honored to support the work Gatepath is doing.
People with Disabilities Lose as Programs Shrink or Close in Costly Bay Area
State and federal funding hasn’t matched rising rents or wages, the leaders of nonprofit organizations and for-profit business serving people with disabilities say.
Let’s Celebrate! 13 Peninsula Birthday Spots
Grins ‘n’ Giggles party space was designed with specialized indoor and outdoor play structures to accommodate children of all abilities and accessible for those with special needs and disabilities. Best of all, it’s available year-round, rain or shine.
The First Inclusive Party Place for Kids with Special Needs is Here!
Located in Burlingame, Grins ‘n’ Giggles is a party place for children of all abilities ages two to five.
Nonprofits Struggle with Growing Rents
If growing anxiety over lease renewals and scoping ways to downsize are an emblem of an expensive real estate market squeezing Bay Area residents and businesses, the reality of rising space rents and prices is not lost on San Mateo County nonprofits fighting to remain in the communities they serve.