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A social service agency that offers a food bank, immigration services, application assistance, and other support services to individuals and families in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$35,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2021

general support, $75,000 per year for three years

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2020

general support, $75,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $225,000)

family support
$75,000
2019

general support

family support
$75,000
2018

general support

family support
$50,000
2017

general support

A multi-service agency that operates in Stanislaus, Merced, and Madera counties to provide families with a range of support services and workforce training. It serves over 14,000 individuals each year, including over 1,200 children ages 0-5.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$90,000
2020

general support, $90,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $270,000)

family support
$90,000
2019

general support, $90,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $270,000)

family support
$90,000
2018

general support

family support
$75,000
2017

general support

A unit of the Stanislaus County Office of Education. It oversees the county's resource and referral service as well as Early Head Start, Migrant Head Start, and Head Start programs. It serves over 8,000 young children each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$125,000
2020

Child & Family Services

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$125,000
2019

Child & Family Services

bright spots
$5,000
2018

general support

safe spaces
$125,000
2018

Child & Family Services

A nonprofit that operates four shelters providing 24-hour emergency shelter and childcare services to children from birth to 17 years of age. Shelters support over 1,800 children each year, providing a safe space during short-term episodes of family trauma and dislocation.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$60,000
2020

general support, $60,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $180,000)

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$60,000
2019

general support, $60,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $180,000)

safe spaces
$60,000
2018

general support, $60,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $180,000)

safe spaces
$60,000
2017

general support

An organization that provides clients with a range of safe and affordable financial products and services to improve financial stability, protect assets, and build wealth.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
economic opportunity
$30,000
2019

general support

The lead agency in Stanislaus County that provides housing and shelter services to nearly 3,000 individuals each year. It offers clients case management and referrals, emergency shelter, permanent supportive housing, rental assistance, and emergency hygiene, food, and clothing resources.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$40,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$55,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$60,000
2020

general support

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$60,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$60,000
2018

general support

bright spots
$10,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2017

general support

"An immigrant integration organization dedicated to ensuring full participation of immigrants in building strong, vibrant, inclusive communities. Its activities include: mobilizing and combining resources of allies to offer quality immigration and naturalization services; growing the capacity of members to serve and empower immigrant communities; changing the dominant discourse about immigrants and immigration; and advocating for opportunities for immigrants to pursue their dreams. "

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
immigration
$20,000
2020

general support

immigration
$20,000
2019

general support

family support
$20,000
2018

the charitable activities of the Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative

family support
$10,000
2018

Central California Immigration Integration Collaborative and its Local Update of Census Addresses Operation (LUCA) project in San Joaquin County

A Stockton-based social service organization that provides preschool, immigration, legal, health, food, and other services throughout the San Joaquin Valley. It serves over 25,000 individuals each year, including more than 5,000 children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$70,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$175,000
2020

general support, $175,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $525,000)

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$175,000
2019

general support, $175,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $525,000)

family support
$175,000
2018

general support

family support
$150,000
2017

general support

A faith-based grassroots community organization in California’s Central Valley of 120 congregations representing over 100,000 families in Fresno, Kern, Merced, Stanislaus, and San Joaquin counties. It focuses on four initiatives to improve the communities it serves: clean energy jobs, police reform, immigrant rights, and affordable housing.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$60,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$150,000
2020

general support; $150,000 per year for two years (payment one of two , total grant amount $300,000)

family support
$150,000
2019

general support

food security
$150,000
2018

general support

food security
$150,000
2017

general support

A local affiliate of a national network that provides services to families facing homelessness through a partnership of congregations that utilize houses of worship for lodging. Each year, over 20 families receive comprehensive support.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$30,000
2020

general support

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$30,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$30,000
2018

technology and organizational development

housing stability
$30,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$30,000
2017

general support

A countywide nonprofit that promotes health and well-being for children ages 0-5 in Stanislaus County. It contracts with seven family resource centers and nine school-based Healthy Start centers that provide resource and referral, case management, and other services.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$70,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$100,000
2020

general support

family support
$100,000
2019

general support

family support
$75,000
2017

family resource centers

A federally qualified health clinic network of 28 centers serving Merced, Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties. It provides comprehensive primary care services including family medicine, pediatrics, women's health, dental, chiropractic, podiatry, and more.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$200,000
2017

general support

Golden Valley Health Centers Foundation is the fundraising entity of Golden Valley Health Centers and exists to provide resources for the patients and the communities served by GVHC. GVHC provides comprehensive primary care services including family medicine, pediatrics, women's health, dental, chiropractic, podiatry, and more.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$200,000
2020

general support

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$200,000
2019

general support

health care access
$200,000
2018

general support

The only domestic violence service provider in Stanislaus County. It provides comprehensive services, including an emergency shelter, and serves 2,250 individuals annually.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$50,000
2020

general support, $50,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $150,000)

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2019

general support, $50,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $150,000)

housing stability
$50,000
2018

general support, $50,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $150,000)

housing stability
$50,000
2017

general support, $50,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $150,000)

A community-based organization creating cross-cultural health connections between consumers and providers. Its mission is to promote the well-being and health of all people in Merced County through the provision of education, support services, and advocacy, which are founded in respect for language, culture and health equity.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$20,000
2020

general support, $20,000 per year for two years in FY 2019 and FY 2020 (payment two of two, total grant amount $40,000)

Responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$20,000
2019

general support, $20,000 per year for two years in FY 2019 and FY 2020 (payment one of two, total grant amount $40,000)

health care access
$20,000
2018

general support

health care access
$20,000
2017

general support

A health care clinic that offers low-cost primary care, family planning, reproductive health care, and educational services at over 30 health centers and 11 community sites in California and Nevada. More than 250,000 women, men, and children are served every year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$325,000
2021

general support; $400,000 in FY 2020, $325,000 in FY 2021, and $250,000 in FY 2022

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$400,000
2020

general support; $400,000 in FY 2020, $325,000 in FY 2021, and $250,000 in FY 2022 (payment one of three, total grant amount $975,000)

health care access
$250,000
2019

the Second Century Capital Campaign, to be paid on the following schedule: $500,000 in 2017, $250,000 in 2018, and $250,000 in 2019 (payment three of three, total grant amount $1,000,000)

health care access
$500,000
2019

general support, $500,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $1,500,000)

health care access
$250,000
2018

the Second Century Capital Campaign, to be paid on the following schedule: $500,000 in 2017, $250,000 in 2018, and $250,000 in 2019 (payment two of three, total grant amount $1,000,000)

health care access
$500,000
2018

general support, $500,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $1,500,000)

health care access
$500,000
2017

the Second Century Capital Campaign, to be paid on the following schedule: $500,000 in 2017, $250,000 in 2018, and $250,000 in 2019 (payment one of three, total grant amount $1,000,000)

health care access
$500,000
2017

general support, $500,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $1,500,000)

health care access
$500,000
2016

general support

The San Joaquin Valley Housing Collaborative focuses on regional solutions to promote affordable housing via dialogue among local, state, and federal stakeholders.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing advocacy
$20,000
2020

general support, $25,000 for 2019 and $20,000 for 2020 (payment two of two, total grant amount $45,000)

housing advocacy
$25,000
2019

general support, $25,000 for 2019 and $20,000 for 2020 (payment one of two, total grant amount $45,000)

A regional two-county food bank that works with 190 partners to serve 35,000 individuals each month.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$75,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$150,000
2020

general support, $150,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $450,000)

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$150,000
2019

general support, $150,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $450,000)

food security
$75,000
2018

general support, $75,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment three of three, total grant amount $225,000)

food security
$52,000
2017

to launch a CalFresh Outreach program, $52,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $104,000)

food security
$75,000
2017

general support, $75,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $225,000)

food security
$52,000
2016

to launch a CalFresh Outreach program, $52,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $104,000)

food security
$75,000
2016

general support, $75,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $225,000)

food security
$75,000
2015

general support

A public library system that operates 13 community branches across the county. It serves over 100,000 individuals each year and provides regular children's events including story times, cultural programming, and literacy initiatives.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$75,000
2019

Empire Library branch

safe spaces
$55,000
2017

Pop-up Library in the Grayson Community Center

A nonprofit founded by Sierra Health Foundation to bring together people, ideas, and infrastructure to promote health and racial equity in communities throughout the San Joaquin Valley. One of its key initiatives is the San Joaquin Health Fund, a collaborative funding effort focused on advancing programs and policy changes that promote community health and health equity for all.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
2020 census
$60,000
2019

San Joaquin Valley Health Fund Census Cluster Project, $90,000 in 2019 and $60,000 in 2020
(payment two of two, total grant amount $150,000)

2020 census
$90,000
2019

San Joaquin Valley Health Fund Census Cluster Project, $90,000 in 2019 and $60,000 in 2020
(payment one of two, total grant amount $150,000)

family support
$60,000
2018

San Joaquin Valley Health Fund census planning

A regional multi-service agency which operates a range of programs including childcare, housing, emergency services, family support programs, and social service centers that provide assistance to those in need.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2021

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

responsive
$35,000
2020

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

responsive
$25,000
2020

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$40,000
2020

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities, $40,000 per year for two years (payment one of two , total grant amount $80,000)

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$40,000
2019

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

family support
$40,000
2018

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

family support
$40,000
2017

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

housing stability
$30,000
2016

general support, excluding religious activities, of the Monterey Peninsula Corps

An environmental justice agency that offers educational and outdoor activities for under-served Tuolumne riverside communities. It works with nearly 300 households in Modesto's Airport Neighborhood to address food access, play spaces, and community health and safety.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$50,000
2020

neighborhood initiatives in Modesto

safe spaces
$50,000
2019

initiatives in Modesto's Airport Neighborhood

safe spaces
$50,000
2018

initiatives in Modesto's Airport Neighborhood

safe spaces
$50,000
2017

initiatives in Modesto's Airport Neighborhood

An agency based in southern Stanislaus County that offers emergency shelter, day shelter, food, case management, transportation, and other services.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$45,000
2020

general support

housing stability
$45,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$45,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$35,000
2017

general support

A multi-service nonprofit in Turlock that provides food, clothing, hygiene supplies, essential items, and a day center. It serves 2,000 individuals each year in several communities throughout Stanislaus County.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$50,000
2020

general support

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$50,000
2019

general support

family support
$50,000
2018

general support

family support
$50,000
2017

general support

A non-profit that addresses the greatest challenges in the community through county-wide collaboration and local programs to provide resources to individuals and families in crisis, while also working to create lasting solutions. Its primary focus is on improving education, income, and health outcomes for residents.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
regional capacity building
$60,000
2020

nonprofit capacity building initiative

responsive
$85,000
2020

COVID-19 Support Fund

regional capacity building
$40,000
2019

nonprofit capacity building initiative

A resident-driven organization that offers families a range of services, including resources for those experiencing homelessness. It serves over 2,000 individuals each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$40,000
2020

general support

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$40,000
2019

general support

family support
$40,000
2018

general support

family support
$30,000
2017

general support

Grants