Grand Opening at TVNPA’s CommonPoint Nonprofit Center in Livermore Set for June 16, 2022

Livermore, CA / June 7, 2022-
On Thursday June 16th at 4:00 p.m., the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance (TVNPA) will host a Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the Livermore Chamber of Commerce at CommonPoint Nonprofit Center, a co-working space and community resource center in downtown Livermore, fulfilling a long-held vision by TVNPA Co-Founders Kathy Young and Mony Nop.

Open since March 1, 2022, CommonPoint is located at 164 North L Street and is already home to the offices of Quest Science Center, HERS Breast Cancer, Hively, Monthly Miracles, NAMI and Livermore Amador Symphony.  Also celebrating grand opening ribbon cuttings on June 16 will be HERS Breast Cancer, Hively, and NAMI.

CommonPoint serves as a physical extension of the programs and services TVNPA has developed to support and fuel the growth of the area’s nonprofit community for the past eight years.  The 2,900 square foot center offers flexible and fixed office space for start-up and established nonprofits available on a daily drop-in or long-term basis, as well as conference room facilities.

“Having a physical place for collaboration – not just with colleagues, but also those they serve – is important for nonprofits, particularly when they’re just getting started,” said TVNPA President & CEO Kathy Young. “Larger nonprofits not based in the Tri-Valley also benefit from having an office front closer to those they serve here.”

CommonPoint features dedicated offices, dedicated cubicles, shared workspaces, and ‘virtual offices’ for those who just want a physical address and use of the conference room. Amenities include secure WiFi, printer, conference room, kitchen, and a professional address. It is staffed by TVNPA employees and volunteers, and will host TVNPA trainings, educational sessions, and networking events.

“We wanted to establish a co-working space at a low cost so there are several set-ups to accommodate almost any budget,” says Young. “Eventually TVNPA plans to offer sponsorships for start-up nonprofits without budgets, as well as sponsor opportunities to reduce rent for all tenants.”  

The Grand Opening will provide an opportunity for media to take photographs, tour the site, and speak with TVNPA leadership and the nonprofit organizations who share the space. Find out more by contacting Kathy Young at 925.699.7323 and