Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Recent Grants in Santa Rosa


Here are recent basic needs grants to Santa Rosa-based nonprofits from the Community Foundation Sonoma County.  The Santa Rosa Office of Community Engagement is working with us to assemble a list of neighborhood resources, and new grants given in the community are often opportunities for our residents to volunteer.  Look for the contact information on the agencies in the blog of our Directory of Santa Rosa Nonprofits.

Ag Innovations & Sonoma County Food System Alliance: to support the 2016 Sonoma County Food Forum
Alliance Medical Center: to support the “Discovering the Hidden Treasures in our Communities-How Community Centers Impact Everyone’s Quality of Life” event in Healdsburg.
American Cancer Society Inc.: to provide medically vulnerable Sonoma County cancer patients undergoing active treatment with free transportation to and from treatment appointments.
Art Escape: to support the Dia de los Muertos celebration at Art Escape
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: to support the Family Support Center.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: to support the basic needs of residents at The Palms.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: to support the Family Resource Center.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: to support the operations of the DeMeo House.
City of Santa Rosa Housing and Community Services: to support Sam Jones Hall.
Community Action Partnership: to support the Sloan House.
Community Action Partnership: to support “Rally for CAP” event as part of the Annual Day and Night Festival
Community Support Network: for general operating support
Episcopal Senior Communities Foundation: to provide emergency funding to low-income seniors.
FISH of the Santa Rosa Area Inc.: to support FISH’s food pantry.
Hispanics in Philanthropy: to support the HIPGiver Gala.
Integrative Medical Clinic Foundation: to support the “What Matters to YOU” coalition.
InterFaith Shelter Network: to support the Off the Streets project.
Jewish Community Free Clinic of Sonoma County: to provide free medical services to low-income patients.
John Muir Charter Schools: to provide Youth Connection Students the opportunity to purchase the supplies necessary to continue their studies with the Culinary Arts Certificate and Baking Certificate programs.
LandPaths: to support the In Our Own Back Yards program.
Latino Health Forum: to support the 24th annual Latino Health Forum
Latino Service Providers: to support the Fandango Fundraiser
Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy: for staff support to apply for inclusion on the Upstream Investments portfolio.
Living Room Center, Inc. : for general operating support.
Los Cien Sonoma County: to support the 2016 State of the Latino Community in Sonoma County event.
Los Cien Sonoma County: to support Los Cien’s operations.
On The Move: to support VOICES with funding for emergency food and transportation assistance.
Museums of Sonoma County: to support the Art4Kids education program, a hands-on art classroom instruction and museum experience for 5th and 6th graders in four Title I schools in Santa Rosa.
North Bay Organizing Project: to support the Latino Student Congress.
Northern California Center for Well Being: to support “Heroes for Health”, a run/walk event to celebrate the Center’s iDo26.2 program.
On the Move: to support the launch of an On The Verge cohort in Sonoma County.
On The Move: for general operating support for VOICES Sonoma
Peace and Justice Center of Sonoma County: to support the 12th annual Winterblast held in the South of A District of Santa Rosa
Pepperwood Foundation: to support TeenNat, connecting youth to natural resource careers through participation in conservation research.
Pepperwood Foundation: to support the professional development of members of the Sonoma Environmental Education Collaborative.
Point Blue Conservation Science: to bring the expanded Students and Teachers Restoring A Watershed (STRAW) multi-visit program to an underserved Sonoma County school.
Raizes Collective: to support the Guelaguetza festival at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts.
Redwood Empire Food Bank: for general operating support.
Santa Rosa Junior College Foundation: to support the traveling exhibit ” Patient No More.”
Santa Rosa Symphony: to support Simply Strings, a five-year program providing free in-depth music training to underserved elementary students.
Serve A Little: to provide free auto repair to low-income single moms.
Sixth Street Playhouse: to support an innovative project challenging students in selected middle and high schools in Sonoma County to create an original theatre piece.
Social Advocates for Youth: for general operating support
Social Advocates for Youth: to support the “Girls Empowerment Movement”  conference
Sonoma County Economic Development Board Foundation: to support the “Discovered” project, recognizing exceptional individual artists in Sonoma County.
Sonoma County Economic Development Board Foundation: to engage in a county-wide assessment of arts education instruction in the public schools, K-12.
Sonoma County Office of Education: to support ” Equity at the Core” conference.
Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation: to support the Roseland Cup in Southwest Santa Rosa.
Sonoma Ecology Center: to support the K-6 Watershed Education Program and EnviroLeaders paid internship program for teens.
Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods:  to support the Forest to the Sea programs for K-12 students in Sonoma County.
Team Sugarloaf: 1) Red Barn Campsite construction - to create three new backcountry campsites at the historic red barn compound near Bald Mountain; 2) Hood Mansion Interpretive Panels - to provide permanent interpretive information relating to the history  of Hood Mansion and surrounding properties; 3) Bear Aware Program - ber-proff garbage containers at campsites, signage and interpretive programs to educate the public about black bears. 
TLC Child & Family Services: for general operating support
Verity: to secure emergency shelter and other basic needs for victims of sexual violence and human trafficking.
Volunteer Center Of Sonoma County Inc. : to support 211 Sonoma County.
Women’s Recovery Services A Unique Place:  to provide food, safe housing, and diapers to mothers enrolled at Women’s Recovery Services.
Women’s Recovery Services: to support Women’s Recovery Services programs for homeless women and their children.

YWCA of Sonoma County: to provide food and essential program supplies for women and their children fleeing domestic violence.

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