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Giving Back From Behind Bars

December 3, 2012


Dozens of inmates at San Quentin State Prison in California know firsthand that after making big mistakes, nothing feels quite as good as giving back.  This week, we visited San Quentin along with four other Bay Area nonprofits and were each awarded approximately $7,200 as part of the prison’s Joint Venture Program (JVP). The JVP, […]

We’ve Got a New Look!

September 13, 2012


The Sunny Hills campus in San Anselmo is getting an awesome makeover this summer! Our school for children dealing with emotional and behavioral problems is undergoing some serious upgrades to create classrooms in what used to be residential cottages for children we served. While the noise level has been slightly higher in the past couple […]

Welcome to Our Corner of the World – Thanks for Stopping By!

July 30, 2012


For the past 117 years, Sunny Hills has been committed to improving the lives of Bay Area children who navigate a rough road. The youth we serve in each of our programs struggle with mental health issues, or need preventative support. Many are dealing with or at risk of ongoing extreme effects of abuse, neglect, […]