Accountability Partners

Building Relationships

SURJ Marin allocates at least 75% of our gross donations to these current partners:

Multicultural Center of Marin, Marin County Cooperation Team, 

Marin City Arts and Culture. You can donate!

Like many other SURJ groups, we are steadily building relationships with local organizations of color in our shared work for collective liberation. Part of that building is making sure that while we are calling white people into anti-racism work, we are not profiting from the oppression of people of color; but instead we are actively moving resources into communities of color.

Marin City arts and culture

MC Arts and Culture is a membership group of Artists, Small Businesses and Creators of many genres.  MC Arts Gallery, located centrally in the Gateway Shopping Center in Marin City, was born out of MC Arts and Culture. MC Arts and Culture offers opportunities for community based artists to show their work, facilitates community art making, and celebrates and shares Pan-African culture throughout Marin and beyond.


Marin County Cooperation Team

MCCT serves the citizens of Marin County through the provision of comprehensive support services and resources in the areas of family needs, senior and disability support, the arts, education, career readiness, mental health, wellness, crisis care and civic and community engagement. The organization’s calling is to surround the most vulnerable members of our community with programs and services which address both critical and long-term needs.

Multicultural Center of Marin

The Multicultural Center of Marin works with diverse immigrant and underserved communities of Marin County in advancing their social, cultural, and economic well-being through self-empowerment programs that encourage participation in the broader civic life of U.S. society.

Listing these organizations as “partners” does not necessarily mean these organizations endorse our work. It means we are seeking ways to show up and conspire with them as often and as honestly as possible. We have shifted resources to these organizations in a number of ways including paying speakers of color who come and educate attendees at SURJ events, soliciting SURJ participants for financial support for both organizations and individual organizers of color, and taking on projects/financial/resource support work when asked by these organizations. We encourage you to support these organizations and follow their work online!