Tuesday, January 25, 2022

The Life and Legacy of Matt Garcia: Fairfield City Councilman


This is our why. Watch this video to better understand The Life and Legacy of Matt Garcia and why we fight to keep The Dream Alive.

Saturday, January 22, 2022

9 Tips to Survive a Fire In a Hopeless Situation


How to survive a house fire? Knowing what to do in this emergency situation will greatly increase your chances of surviving.

House fires can spread at a truly alarming speed. Most things around you can crumble to ashes in mere seconds. That's why you have to act as soon as you hear your fire alarm go off. Take your safety seriously! Make sure your house is equipped with functioning smoke alarms. Check them regularly, preferably once a month, and replace their batteries twice a year. 

Check our website to find ways to connect with our community.

Thursday, January 20, 2022

How Can You Help?

There are multiple ways to support us here at the Matt Garcia Foundation one of which is to donate. We appreciate cash donations in any amount. You can use your PayPal or any credit card to make a one-time donation or a recurring donation throughout the year.

You can read more on our website.

We appreciate you all and the support shown to Keep the Dream Alive.


Tuesday, January 18, 2022

A Quick Fire Safety Tip

A common cause for house fires is accumulated lint in and around the dryer. Clean the vent screen on your dryer after each use. You should also clean out your dryer ductwork twice per year. 

Source: U.S. Fire Administration

Saturday, January 15, 2022

The Matt Garcia Foundation Is Keeping His Dream Alive



Matt Garcia was a man with a vision. He was the youngest city councilman elected in the state of California in November 2007. Matt was a great young leader and an inspiration to all who knew him. Matt was only 22 years old… but, he lived more in those short years than many adults can even imagine. He led by inspiration, with integrity and ambition.

Matt’s dream involved supporting the youth and creating places for them to go and things for them to do; Changing a culture of violence and crime in the city through youth involvement. By uniting a community all people will have a sense of belonging and responsibility to the city of Fairfield. Matt’s life was cut short, but his legacy, work, and heart live on.

The Matt Garcia Foundation was established to carry out Matt’s dream. We are dedicated to the work and efforts that Matt started and hope that we can inspire others to be the change in this world we live in, just as Matt inspired us.

Matt’s vision has guided us,
but we need continued support from all of you
to make his dream a reality.

A commitment to changing a culture of violence and crime in Solano County.

Together we can continue Matt’s efforts and make his dream our reality.

The Matt Garcia Foundation “Dream Team" pledges to live Matt’s legacy.


See more at https://mattgarciafoundation.org/

Sunday, January 9, 2022

The Matt Garcia Foundation Community Day Clean-up Is Jan 29th 2022


The Matt Garcia Foundation

Community Day Clean-up

Earn community service hours for school credit.

Lunch is provided after the cleanup.

Saturday, January 29, 2022 @ 9:00am – 11:00am

Located 'on the green' at the corner of Jefferson & Texas Streets

Fairfield, CA 94533


The Matt Garcia Foundation will provide gloves, grabbers, and buckets for collecting the trash. For more information visit www.FFINEST.org

To protect your health and slow the spread of the coronavirus, we will follow the most recent guidance from the Center for Disease Control.

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