Founder of The Liza Maribel Foundation Inc.
Liza Maribel Foundation was founded in 2014 by Liza and her son Nico, and it has provided food, educational funds, and school supplies to more than 800 families around the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area. The foundation focuses on supporting and uplifting under-represented communities (BIPOC, LGBTQ, Women in transition homes, and single-parent households) that have been marginalized by abuse/discrimination, health challenges, and other disempowering disabilities.
Liza cares deeply about others less fortunate than herself because at some point in life she had to face the challenges of being a single parent and homeless while struggling with cancer. Because of this, she developed a passion for helping others and getting involved with various organizations in the Bay Area with a similar mission.
To serve and empower single- parent homes. We are dedicated to creating strong sustainable home environments where both, parent and children, can thrive physically, emotionally, financially, and spiritually.
A world of Empowerment, Joy, and Possibilities for our youths, by providing support, educational programs, and resources to hundreds of foster children, survivors of domestic violence, and rescued sex trafficking children. And to empower teens to become their true authentic heroes through our Teen’s Leadership Program – Break the Normal. Be Victorious!
Providing hope for our future generations. We want to help bring up our next generation by giving them a better chance of good education.
Help bring food to the table for a family in need. We are seeking support monetarily and collect gift cards to any local grocery store in the Bay Area.
We help those in need of care, we also help with doctor’s bills and equipment programs not covered by insurance.