Our partners range from Fortune 500 companies to other local government agencies. If your organization has an idea, time, or volunteers that could help our youth, please reach out. We rely on our partners to help introduce our students to professional, academic, and cultural experiences that they would not otherwise have access to.
Our Partners Include: Oath, Safeway Foundation, Catchafire, Taproot+, TJ Maxx, The San Francisco Foundation, East Bay Community Foundation, etc.
Oath For Good went beyond building a brand by partnering with The Village Method during Black History Month. The Oath Black Organizers Leaders and Doers employee resource group chartered a bus for Scholars to visit the campus, shared their experiences as Black professionals during a career panel and celebrated a Caribbean-style lunch with special performances.
Electronic Arts, Inc. hosted TVM Scholars for a tour of their innovative campus, a workshop on how to develop a video games that go viral, discussion on future careers in the world gaming (e.g. e-Sports), and a visit from some video game designers.
For the last three years, the Safeway Foundation has sponsored our Healthy Meal Program which helps us feed our young scholars after school. This makes a tremendous difference in maintaining their attention and keeping them engaged during the programming.
These organizations have made a strong commitment to their community, a gift which extends to the students and the families served by The Village Method. We are grateful for their support.
Our Community Partners Include: Black Students of CA United, First Teachers Collaborative, African American Regional Educational Alliance, Choose College Foundation, Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, New Haven Unified School District, City of Union City, Union City Police Department, and Bethel Baptist Church of Union City.
Providing California’s African American youth with the tools, education and experiences to fully engage in the state’s civic and economic life.
FTC organizes, trains, and activates our parents in their schools and the overall community where they live, pay taxes, and have a right to vote.
A regional collaborative network that designs and implements innovative educational services for improving the academic success of African American students in the East Bay.
Promotes the benefits of pursuing higher educational opportunities beyond high school.
A leading provider of multicultural and linguistically appropriate health care and related services in Central and Southern Alameda County.
Serves a diverse student population of more than 12,000 students to develop and empower every student to be productive, responsible and successful.
Our diverse and unified people, excellent schools, quality of life, and strong economy make our city the ideal place to do business, work, and live.
The Union City Police Department is a dedicated team of men and women honored to serve our diverse, unified, and growing community.