Below are links to the websites of various community organizations working in partnership with the Town.
The Atherton-Now Building Campaign Committee raises funds for the new Civic Center project from private citizens, local groups, foundations and the community at large. View their website at: www.atherton-now.org
Atherton Disaster and Preparedness Team (ADAPT)
An all-volunteer group of concerned Atherton residents formed to collaborate with town officials, Menlo Park Fire, Atherton Police and other professional emergency responders and the California State “Get Ready” and FEMA’s/US Citizens’ Corps' Ready.gov programs to help educate, communicate with and aid fellow Athertonians in preparing for major emergencies and natural disasters. ADAPT is a 501(c)(3) public charitable organization #27-4995813 (Federal and California Registration).
Holbrook-Palmer Park Foundation
The Holbrook-Palmer Recreation Park Foundation is a non-profit organization formed in 1968 whose mission is to raise funds for the capital improvement of Holbrook-Palmer Park in Atherton. Their purpose is to fund and sponsor activities to enhance use of the park by Atherton residents, as well as to fund and sponsor other charitable and educational activities to promote awareness of the park.
Friends of the Atherton Library
The Friends of the Atherton Library support the Atherton Library through fundraising efforts. The Friends meet at the Library each 2nd Wednesday at 9 am.
Atherton Arts Foundation
The mission of the Atherton Arts Foundation is to promote an appreciation for the arts and to foster a greater degree of community support and participation. The Atherton Arts Foundation is a California 501(c)3 charitable corporation.
The Atherton Heritage Association preserves, displays, organizes and researches materials on the Town of Atherton, the residents and the properties. The Heritage Room is located at the Atherton Town Hall. Hours are Tuesdays from 10 until noon. Volunteers are welcomed!
Atherton Police Athletic League
The Atherton Police Athletic League (PAL) was started in 1972 to support the community through various athletic and youth-assistance programs. Over the last 20 years the PAL has donated over $200,000 to local high schools for college scholarships and other contributions to youth based programs. For more information on how to donate to the PAL's 501 (c)(3) contact Jennifer Frew at firstname.lastname@example.org | 650.752.0503.