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International Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA)

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The International Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA) welcomes, educates and serves immigrants, refugees, and their families as they join and contribute to the community.  Originally founded in 1918, and expanded in 2007 as the result of a successful merger of the International Institutes of San Francisco and the East Bay, IIBA continues the 94 year legacy of its parent organizations, with offices in San Francisco, Redwood City, Oakland, and a newly opened office in Antioch. Over 10,000 people walk through their doors every year to seek some information or assistance Current programs include legal services for immigration and naturalization, English and civics classes, community outreach, and health education and interpretation.

With operations merged, IIBA needs helping communicating with one voice to deliver their community education and outreach message that they provide a high quality, affordable service with a commitment to the Bay Area community.

For more information, see IIBA website:  

http://www.iibayarea.org/

 

 

 

 


 

 
Our Impact...
  • Over 700 alumni have volunteered for probono engagements since 1986.
  • Over 130 alumni have participated in brainstorming projects in the past 2 years. 
  • We have served over 400 clients in the past 27 years.
  • We provide $1.8 million of probono consulting services annually. 
  • We received the President's Council Award on Service and Civic Participation in 2008.
  • We organized the first Nonprofit Board Summit for HBS and Stanford GSB Alumni, partnered with HBS Social Enteprise Initiative, Stanford Alumni Consulting Team, Stanford GSB Center for Social Innovation, Draper Richards Kapland Foundation and LinkedIn with over 300 people in attendance.
  • We are the longest running Community Partners project (other programs exist in NYC, Boston, CT, Portland, Los Angeles and London).
  • We have enabled our alumni to get involved and to make meaningful contributions in their community in a variety of ways --  through short-term (brainstorming sessions), medium-term (consulting projects), and long-term (board member) commitments. 
 
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