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Where does the money go? Our only expense is a small mailing each year. We have no employees. All the money goes to youth groups in Novato CA (the town Frankie grew up in) that have a personal connection to Frankie and an ongoing commitment to young people.
San Marin Music Program: Public school music program. We believe music is not an elective, but a critical component to the development of young people. Frankie's godmother, Emily Gates, over the last 30+ years has grown a world-class music program. Allison McIvor now continues that legacy of excellence.
Marin Summer Theater (MST): An evening theater program for students of performing arts between the ages of 13 and 23 which includes actors, singers, dancers, musicians, directors, designers, technicians, and crew. It is an amazing opportunity for young people to work with theater professionals in high quality productions. An "insanely great" program.
Novato Youth Center: Their mission is to inspire and prepare youth to succeed. They accomplish this by supporting their development in academics and learning; health and well being; personal enrichment through arts and athletics; and social interaction and community engagement. This is also the permanent home of "Frankie's Tree."
Gary Gates Girls Softball Field: Gary Gates was an iconic girls' softball coach in Novato. He was also Frankie's godfather. Upon his death in 1990 his wife, Emily, family and friends formed a foundation in his honor. The goal was to have a tournament ready, lighted girls softball field. That dream is nearly complete.
Frankie Poulos Foundation
Last Site Update - June 4, 2016