Woodside on the Move won big in the latest city budget.
The city allocated $191,730 to the organization, of which nearly $152,000 will go specifically toward the group’s efforts to assist tenants and residents with housing-related issues.
WOTM’s services include after-school programs, summer camp for youth, tenant advocacy, case management, adult computer classes, immigration counseling, free tax services, monthly legal clinics and cultural programming.
“Woodside on the Move is an indispensable resource for our Woodside community,” Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer said in a statement. “This allocation will help fund essential programming for youth and families, ranging from summer camp and cultural performances to tech training and housing assistance.”