Patrice Horvath has been a  resident in the Los Altos/ Mountain View area for her entire life. She has very strong ties to many parts of our community. Patrice has introduced a new initiative called the Community Caring Program. The goal is to empower positive change with every transaction. Each time a client buys or sells a home, Patrice will donate $1,000 to the charity of her client's choice, making every transaction  an opportunity to give back and build a strong community together.

Below are a few local non-profit organizations that we have worked with and do amazing work in our community.


Hope 2 Health

El Camino Healthcare Foundations Women’s Philanthropic Council. Hope 2 Health (H2H) supports better healthcare for women and families through a philanthropic council of individuals. Together, we raise awareness and pool our resources to support innovative, and often desperately needed healthcare services at El Camino Health.

Patrice is currently President of H2H.



Women SV educates our community, trains providers and empowers survivors to break the cycle of abuse in middle to upper income areas so that every woman and child can exercise their fundamental human right to be free and safe in their own home.


No Kid Hungry

No Kid Hungry is a national campaign run by Share Our Strength, a non profit working to solve problems of hunger and poverty around the world. As a child hunger organization, ending childhood hunger is the primary focus. We, at Illuminate Properties understands that there are many children in our own backyard that are “food insecure” . We give to No Kid Hungry not only for our local children, but all children in America.


LASD Schools

We feel blessed to be serving our local communities. Los Altos School District serves the elementary and intermediate educational needs of Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Mountain View and Palo Alto.


Junior League of Palo Alto – Mid Peninsula

The Junior League of Palo Alto – Mid Peninsula has supported 94 community projects, awarded grants to more than 200 local nonprofits, contributed thousands of volunteer hours to our community and trained generations of peninsula women who have gone on to serve on nonprofit boards and found their own nonprofit organizations.


Mountain View Los Altos High School District

The Mountain View Los Altos High School District (MVLA) reflects the diversity, ambitions and spirit of innovation of the Silicon Valley. Serving the communities of Mountain View, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills, the MVLA district is comprised of two comprehensive high schools, an alternative high school, an adult education center, the Freestyle Academy for Arts & Technology, and Middle College. MVLA is committed to providing learning and growth opportunities so each of our 4,394 students can reach their full potential. The MVLA High School District is located approximately 15 miles north of San Jose and 40 miles south of San Francisco. Our communities are home to a variety of high tech firms including Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Intuit and Synopsys, as well as NASA-Ames. Outstanding universities such as Stanford and San Jose State border our district to the north and south. The vibrant economy, diverse culture of the area and a strong heritage of educational excellence support our two comprehensive high schools that are consistently ranked in the top 500 high schools nationally.

Student Population: 4,394


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