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A nonprofit family resource agency dedicated to strengthening children, families, and child care providers. It provides access to affordable, quality child care by connecting families and providers to a wide network of community partners, child focused resources, and financial assistance programs.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$7,500
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$40,000
2020

general support

safe spaces
$40,000
2019

general support

safe spaces
$30,000
2018

general support

A trusted resource for child care and preschool needs for parents living and working in San Mateo County. 4Cs supports the county’s 1,000 licensed child care providers and preschool programs, investing in professional development and improving program quality.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$40,000
2020

general support, $40,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $120,000)

safe spaces
$35,000
2019

general support

An Oakland-based emergency shelter that provides services for families and individuals who experience domestic violence and homelessness in Alameda County.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2019

general support

The largest provider of services for domestic violence and human trafficking victims from the Asian community. Its Asian Women's Home is an emergency shelter where victims stay to heal and plan for their futures. Its Community Clinic in San Jose provides culturally-sensitive, linguistically-appropriate health care and integrated behavioral health to 3,000 primarily-Asian patients.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$25,000
2020

Asian Women's Home, $25,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $75,000)

housing stability
$25,000
2019

Asian Women's Home, $25,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $75,000)

housing stability
$35,000
2018

support for the Asian Women's Home, $35,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $105,000)

housing stability
$35,000
2017

the Asian Women's Home, $35,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $105,000)

housing stability
$22,000
2016

update the Asian Women's Home client management software and for renovation of the emergency shelter kids' playroom

housing stability
$35,000
2016

support for the Asian Women's Home, $35,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $105,000)

health care access
$50,000
2016

clinic support

housing stability
$5,000
2015

holiday drive or general support

A housing provider that works in Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties. Using a Housing First model, it provides emergency shelter, crisis supports, subsidized housing, and wraparound services to help people remain stably housed and live as independently as possible. Each year, it serves 4,400 people, including 1,200 children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$500,000
2020

general support

housing stability
$500,000
2019

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

housing stability
$500,000
2018

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

housing stability
$500,000
2017

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

bright spots
$10,000
2016

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2016

capacity support for implementation of a new financial management software system

housing stability
$500,000
2016

general support

A regional food bank serving 1 in 5 Alameda County residents through 240 partner agencies. In 2016, it was awarded Food Bank of the Year by Feeding America.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$300,000
2020

general support , $300,000 per year for three years in FY 2019-20, FY 2020-21, and FY 2021-22 (payment two of three, total grant amount $900,000)

food security
$300,000
2019

general support , $300,000 per year for three years in FY 2019-20, FY 2020-21, and FY 2021-22 (payment one of three, total grant amount $900,000)

food security
$90,000
2018

Client Voice Pilot and Rollout

food security
$225,000
2018

general support, $225,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment three of three, total grant amount $675,000)

food security
$225,000
2017

general support, $225,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $675,000)

food security
$150,000
2016

Client Data Tracking project

food security
$225,000
2016

general support, $225,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $675,000)

food security
$100,000
2015

general support

Three family resource centers that are part of the Alisal School District of Salinas. They work to help families empower themselves to be healthy and self sufficient through case management; parenting and life skills classes; immigration and housing support; referrals; and other community responsive services.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

Alisal Family Resource Center, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$35,000
2019

Alisal Family Resource Center, $35,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $70,000)

family support
$35,000
2018

Alisal Family Resource Centers

The only domestic violence service provider in Merced County. It provides comprehensive services for survivors, including emergency and transitional shelter. It serves over 450 individuals annually.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$25,000
2020

general support, $25,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $75,000)

responsive
$10,000
2020

Valley Crisis Center, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$25,000
2019

general support, $25,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $75,000)

housing stability
$25,000
2018

general support, $25,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $75,000)

housing stability
$25,000
2017

general support, $25,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $75,000)

A membership organization of resident households at Park Village apartment complex that promotes a safe, positive environment and economic independence. It serves more than 1000 low-income residents by providing affordable housing and culturally responsive outreach and services for health care access, nutrition education, benefits assistance, and legal assistance.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$20,000
2020

general support

family support
$20,000
2019

general support

family support
$20,000
2018

general support

A community clinic providing health, social, and advocacy services for all regardless of income, insurance status, immigration status, language, or culture. It provides care to more than 27,000 patients in over 12 Asian languages as well as in English.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$100,000
2020

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$100,000
2019

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

health care access
$100,000
2018

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $100,000)

health care access
$125,000
2017

capital campaign for the Dental and Wellness Clinic

A nonprofit that offers direct legal services, community education, and community organizing and advocacy to low-income residents primarily of Asian descent. It has helped tens of thousands of people in obtaining decent housing, justice in the immigration process, and access to basic human and legal rights.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$25,000
2020

general support

family support
$25,000
2019

general support

family support
$20,000
2018

general support

A legal and civil rights organization that serves low-income Asian Pacific American communities that focuses on housing rights, immigrants’ rights, workers' rights, civil rights, and criminal justice reform.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

immigration
$40,000
2019

general support

immigration
$40,000
2018

general support

immigration
$30,000
2017

general support

immigration
$60,000
2016

general support

A community-based, social justice organization that provides legal services and community education and outreach in the Greater Bay Area. Its Youth Advisory Council is a peer-to-peer education program that works to prevent gender-based violence and sexual assault.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

immigration
$20,000
2019

general support

family support
$20,000
2018

general support

bright spots
$8,500
2018

general support

family support
$20,000
2017

general support

family support
$35,000
2016

general support

A federally qualified health clinic providing high quality health care to low-income residents of Pleasanton and Livermore. The clinic offers primary care, reproductive health services, pediatric care, mental health care, WIC services, and addiction counseling. Axis serves over 12,000 patients a year, 20% of whom are children ages 0-5.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$75,000
2020

general support

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2019

general support

health care access
$75,000
2018

general support

health care access
$75,000
2017

general support

The only full-time Latino nonprofit in Berkeley providing bilingual (Spanish-English) childcare and education to children ages 2-10 years of age. It operates two childcare centers that serve 175 children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$20,000
2020

general support

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$20,000
2019

general support

bright spots
$5,000
2018

general support

safe spaces
$20,000
2018

general support

safe spaces
$20,000
2017

general support

A nonprofit child care resource and referral agency serving over 1700 households in Northern Alameda County. It offers workshops, classes, and support groups for parents and caregivers, and helps connect families with all types of child care options, from babysitters and nannies to preschools and family child care centers. It offers services and support in nine different languages, including Spanish, Chinese, Amharic, and Thai

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$45,000
2020

general support

responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$45,000
2019

general support

safe spaces
$45,000
2018

general support

A community health center with five locations in Fremont providing quality health care to a diverse community that speaks more than 20 languages. Families are engaged with respect, dignity, and cultural awareness.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$100,000
2020

general support

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$100,000
2019

general support

bright spots
$10,000
2018

general support

health care access
$100,000
2018

general support

health care access
$125,000
2017

general support

A short-term residential care facility that provides supportive services to families who are in stress or crisis by offering free and temporary 24-hour residential care for children ages 0-11. Each year, it serves over 250 children, two-thirds of whom are ages 0-5.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$30,000
2020

general support, $30,000 per year for three years
(payment three of three, total grant amount $90,000)

safe spaces
$30,000
2019

general support, $30,000 per year for three years
(payment two of three, total grant amount $90,000)

safe spaces
$30,000
2018

general support, $30,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $90,000)

safe spaces
$30,000
2017

general support

The largest legal services provider in Alameda and Contra Costa counties serving over 21,000 clients each year. It provides clients with free legal advice, referrals, and representation with over 40% of the practice devoted to housing preservation and homelessness prevention.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$145,000
2020

general support, $145,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $435,000)

family support
$145,000
2019

general support, $145,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $435,000)

housing stability
$135,000
2018

housing practice, $135,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $405,000)

housing stability
$135,000
2017

housing practice, $135,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $405,000)

housing stability
$135,000
2016

housing practice, $135,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $405,000)

A Richmond-based nonprofit that provides emergency food and shelter and transitional housing with support services to individuals and families. It serves nearly 600 clients, including 127 children, annually.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$75,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$75,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$75,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$75,000
2016

general support

A community-centered network of food sourcing and distribution that aims to alleviate the problems of hunger and poor nutrition in Berkeley. The organization hosts convenings, provides trainings, and coordinates donated food deliveries for member organizations.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
food security
$50,000
2020

general support

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$50,000
2019

general support

food security
$30,000
2018

general support

A nonprofit providing services to more than 5,000 children, youth, young adults and families, including over 300 children 0-5, in Santa Clara County through housing, education, counseling, and advocacy. It additionally reaches clients through Street Outreach and crisis line programs.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$60,000
2019

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

family support
$60,000
2018

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

family support
$60,000
2017

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

A social justice nonprofit that provides emergency, transitional, and permanent supportive housing along with homelessness prevention services in Alameda County. It serves over 2,000 individuals each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$25,000
2018

database implementation

housing stability
$50,000
2017

general support

bright spots
$8,500
2017

general support

housing stability
$100,000
2016

general support

A statewide agency that supports the production and preservation of decent, safe, and low-cost housing for rural and low-income Californians by advocating for housing at all levels of government.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$25,000
2019

general support

housing advocacy
$25,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$25,000
2017

general support

A nonprofit legal service program created to help low-income families across rural California. It serves over 23,000 clients annually, with the majority of cases being related to housing and preventing homelessness.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$150,000
2020

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

family support
$150,000
2019

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

housing stability
$150,000
2018

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

housing stability
$150,000
2017

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

housing stability
$150,000
2016

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

A social service agency that assists low-income individuals and families. Their Family Supportive Services program reaches over 3,600 individuals in 1,200 families annually and offers referrals, financial assistance, financial literacy services, and other wraparound supports.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2019

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

family support
$75,000
2018

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

family support
$70,000
2017

general support

family support
$95,000
2016

general support

Large social service provider that works to strengthen families and build economic self-sufficiency for the poor and vulnerable in the county. Each year it serves over 54,000 individuals.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$85,000
2020

general support, $85,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $255,000)

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$85,000
2019

general support, $85,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $255,000)

family support
$85,000
2018

general support, $85,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $255,000)

family support
$75,000
2017

the Social Impact Evaluation and Learning Initiative, $75,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $150,000)

family support
$100,000
2017

general support

family support
$75,000
2016

the Social Impact Evaluation and Learning Initiative, $75,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $150,000)

family support
$75,000
2016

general support

family support
$75,000
2016

general support

A regional nonprofit that operates the largest family resource center in Merced County. It offers a food pantry, clothing, application assistance, and other support services.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$30,000
2020

Catholic Charities of Merced

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$30,000
2019

Catholic Charities of Merced

family support
$30,000
2018
Services in Merced County

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
$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 nonprofit that provides multiple services, including housing support and rental assistance. It serves approximately 1,700 individuals a year with housing assistance.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$40,000
2020

general support

housing stability
$40,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$30,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$30,000
2017

general support

A legal services provider in the Central Valley that serves over 15,000 clients each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$60,000
2020

legal services in Merced County, $60,000 per year for three years
(payment three of three, total grant amount $180,000)

family support
$60,000
2019

legal services in Merced County, $60,000 per year for three years
(payment two of three, total grant amount $180,000)

family support
$60,000
2018

legal services in Merced County, $60,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $180,000)

family support
$50,000
2017

legal services in Merced County

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
$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 comprehensive legal services agency that protects and advances the rights of immigrant, low-income, and Latino communities through bilingual legal representation, education, and advocacy.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2020

general support

family support
$75,000
2018

general support

family support
$75,000
2017

general support

family support
$75,000
2016

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

A core services agency that provides support to families in and around Half Moon Bay and El Granada. It distributes food, provides emergency support, immigration services, and more to nearly 4,000 people each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$60,000
2020

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

family support
$60,000
2019

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

family support
$75,000
2018

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

family support
$75,000
2017

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

family support
$75,000
2016

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

family support
$30,000
2015

general support

A multiservice safety net organization that runs a family resource center in Davenport and provides immigration and day worker support, rental and emergency financial assistance, and support to CalWorks participants. Its programs assist over 9,000 low-income people.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$75,000
2020

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

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2019

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

housing stability
$30,000
2018

South County Housing Collaborative

family support
$75,000
2018

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

family support
$70,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$45,000
2016

the Rental Assistance Program

family support
$50,000
2016

general support

family support
$60,000
2016

general support

A multi-service human services agency that operates programs for children, families, and seniors in the areas of food and nutrition, childcare and child development, and information and referrals. It serves over 27,000 individuals annually.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$150,000
2020

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

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$150,000
2019

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

family support
$150,000
2018

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

family support
$150,000
2017

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

family support
$150,000
2016

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

A regional food bank serving a rural community with high need where over 21% of residents live at or below the federal poverty level. It partners with seven agencies and directly distributes food to 4,500 people per month.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
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)

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 (payment three of three, total grant amount $225,000)

food security
$50,000
2017

capital support for building renovations

food security
$75,000
2017

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

food security
$75,000
2016

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

food security
$250,000
2016

capital support to purchase building

food security
$75,000
2015

general support

A community foundation working with donors and nonprofits to create a healthy, safe, vibrant Monterey County. It bridges fund holders and community needs, and provides expertise about local nonprofits working in the region.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
sector support/research
$10,000
2020

the Center for Nonprofit Excellence

responsive
$70,000
2020

COVID-19 Relief Fund

2020 census
$30,000
2019

the Monterey Census Pooled Fund

sector support/research
$10,000
2019

the Center for Nonprofit Excellence

2020 census
$40,000
2019

Monterey Census Pooled Fund

sector support/research
$10,000
2018

the Center for Nonprofit Excellence

sector support/research
$10,000
2017

the Center for Nonprofit Excellence

A community foundation dedicated to building a stronger community and enhancing the quality of life in San Benito County through the support of philanthropic activities.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$40,000
2020

COVID-19 Relief Fund

A community foundation that brings together people, ideas, and resources to inspire philanthropy in Santa Cruz County. The foundation works to help charitable visions get established, improve the effectiveness of local nonprofits, and provide grants to local organizations and initiatives.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$70,000
2020

COVID-19 Response Fund

2020 census
$30,000
2019

Santa Cruz Census Pooled Fund, $40,000 in 2019 and $30,000 in 2020 (payment two of two, total grant amount $70,000)

2020 census
$40,000
2019

Santa Cruz Census Pooled Fund, $40,000 in 2019 and $30,000 in 2020 (payment one of two, total grant amount $70,000)

A community foundation that invests, administers, and distributes funds through multiple grants to humanitarian, educational, and cultural organizations in the county.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$100,000
2020

Children's Fund, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

regional capacity building
$35,000
2019

nonprofit capacity building initiative

Monterey County's largest provider of transitional housing and emergency shelter beds. A number of its key programs, including two emergency shelter locations and two transitional housing sites, are open to families with children. They serve 534 people in their housing programs, half of which are children, and reach a total of 888 individuals across all of their programs.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$100,000
2020

general support

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$100,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$100,000
2018

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

housing stability
$100,000
2017

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

housing stability
$100,000
2016

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

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
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

A legal service provider that specializes in housing, immigration, and civil litigation. Its Housing Program works to safeguard decent and affordable housing by working with clients to resolve specific housing problems, including eviction, habitability, and discrimination. It serves around 500 households annually, an estimated half of which have children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$80,000
2020

general support, $80,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $240,000)

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$80,000
2019

general support, $80,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $240,000)

family support
$80,000
2018

general support, $80,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $240,000)

family support
$25,000
2018

leadership coaching

family support
$70,000
2017

general support

family support
$50,000
2016

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2016

Housing Program

A health care services provider for children, families, and individuals in San Joaquin, Solano and Yolo counties. Its 15 clinics offer high-quality, comprehensive, and culturally competent services in urban and rural settings.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$150,000
2020

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

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$150,000
2019

general support

health care access
$150,000
2018

general support

health care access
$150,000
2017

general support

The only provider of services to survivors of domestic violence in San Mateo County. In addition to numerous nonresidential services, it also runs emergency and transitional housing and offers wraparound services. It serves over 200 adults and children in its housing programs annually.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$75,000
2020

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

housing stability
$17,000
2019

theory of change process

housing stability
$75,000
2019

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

housing stability
$85,000
2018

general support, $85,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $255,000)

bright spots
$5,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$85,000
2017

general support, $85,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $255,000)

bright spots
$5,000
2016

general support

housing stability
$85,000
2016

general support, $85,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $255,000)

housing stability
$10,000
2015

holiday drive or general support

A multi-service agency that serves over 9,000 individuals each year and operates family resource centers across San Joaquin County. These centers provide culturally-appropriate, comprehensive health, economic and social services.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$100,000
2019

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

family support
$100,000
2018

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000

family support
$100,000
2017

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000

family support
$100,000
2016

general support

A safety net provider that offers a nutrition center, emergency financial assistance, and homelessness services. It supports approximately 6,500 residents, including many families.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2020

general support, $100,000 in 2019, $75,000 in 2020, and $75,000 in 2021 (payment two of three, total grant amount $250,000)

family support
$100,000
2019

general support, $100,000 in 2019, $75,000 in 2020, and $75,000 in 2021 (payment one of three, total grant amount $250,000)

family support
$150,000
2018

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

family support
$150,000
2017

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

family support
$150,000
2016

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

family support
$50,000
2015

general support

A core agency that serves Colma, Daly City, and Broadmoor. It connects families and individuals with shelter, food, clothing and more.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$50,000
2020

general support, $75,000 in 2019, $50,000 in 2020 and $50,000 in 2021 (payment two of three, total grant amount $175,000)

family support
$75,000
2019

general support, $75,000 in 2019, $50,000 in 2020 and $50,000 in 2021 (payment one of three, total grant amount $175,000)

family support
$50,000
2018

general support

family support
$50,000
2017

general support

family support
$60,000
2016

Daly City Community Service Center

A nonprofit that provides an array of integrated services that help clients with child care, medical and dental services, housing support, food security, and family support. It serves over 9,000 clients each year in the San Leandro area.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$110,000
2020

general support, $110,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $330,000)

responsive
$45,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$110,000
2019

general support, $110,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $330,000)

family support
$100,000
2018

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

family support
$100,000
2017

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

bright spots
$10,000
2017

general support

family support
$100,000
2016

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

A multi-sector collaborative committed to executing the vision that was outlined in the Santa Clara County 2015-2020 Community Plan to End Homelessness: No one lives outside. It helps to coordinate the work of agencies and service providers resulting in better use of resources and services for those in need of housing and homelessness supports.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$250,000
2020

homelessness prevention system pilot, $250,000 per year for two years (payment one of two , total grant amount $500,000)

housing stability
$50,000
2020

general support, $50,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $100,000)

housing stability
$50,000
2019

general support, $50,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $100,000)

housing stability
$250,000
2018

homelessness prevention system pilot

housing stability
$50,000
2018

Destination: Home

housing stability
$250,000
2017

homelessness prevention, $250,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $500,000)

housing stability
$50,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$250,000
2016

homelessness prevention, $250,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $500,000)

housing stability
$50,000
2016

general support

A dental health provider that offers affordable, high-quality dental care to people who need it the most. It serves 10,000 children and adults every year, providing oral health education, hygiene, and general dentistry.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$50,000
2020

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

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$50,000
2019

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

health care access
$250,000
2018

capital campaign for the new Dientes dental clinic at 1500 Capitola Road

health care access
$50,000
2018

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

health care access
$50,000
2017

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

A nonprofit that serves communities in Oakland, Hayward, and San Leandro. Its family resource centers connect families to public benefits and other supportive services. Its health and wellness center offers medical and dental services. These programs serve over 5,000 clients each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$150,000
2020

Family Resource Centers and the Frick School Health and Wellness Center, $150,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $450,000)

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$150,000
2019

Family Resource Centers and the Frick School Health and Wellness Center, $150,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $450,000)

family support
$150,000
2018

Family Resource Centers and the Frick School Health and Wellness Center, $150,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $450,000)

family support
$150,000
2017

Family Resource Centers and the Frick School Health and Wellness Center, $150,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $450,000)

bright spots
$4,000
2017

general support

family support
$150,000
2016

Family Resource Centers and the Frick School Health and Wellness Center

A community foundation that partners with community stakeholders to champion quality education for all students, fight for good jobs and livable wages, and invest in high-impact community programs. It invests in organizations with deep roots in community, incubates bold ideas with the goal of building powerful community voice, and advances partnerships and policies – all in service of a Just East Bay.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$315,000
2020

COVID-19: A Just East Bay Response Fund

2020 census
$70,000
2019

Alameda and Contra Costa Census Pooled Fund, $60,000 in 2019 and $70,000 in 2020

(payment two of two, total grant amount $130,000)

2020 census
$60,000
2019

Alameda and Contra Costa Census Pooled Fund, $60,000 in 2019 and $70,000 in 2020

(payment one of two, total grant amount $130,000)

family support
$40,000
2018

census planning in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties

family support
$15,000
2018

the Local Update of Census Addresses Operation (LUCA) project in Contra Costa County

A legal services agency that advances the rights of low-income individuals and families. Its housing practice focuses on eviction defense, subsidized housing, and housing discrimination.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$100,000
2020

general support

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$100,000
2019

general support

family support
$75,000
2018

general support, $150,000 in 2016 and $75,000 in 2017 and 2018 (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

family support
$75,000
2017

general support, $150,000 in 2016 and $75,000 in 2017 and 2018 (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

family support
$150,000
2016

general support, $150,000 in 2016 and $75,000 in 2017 and 2018 (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

A grassroots nonprofit that provides an emergency housing facility, three transitional housing programs, and comprehensive support services. It serves over 800 individuals each year, including nearly 100 families with children ages 0-5.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2020

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

housing stability
$50,000
2019

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

housing stability
$50,000
2018

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

housing stability
$50,000
2017

general support

An Oakland-based nonprofit community development organization that builds healthy, vibrant, and safe neighborhoods in Oakland and the greater East Bay. It manages residential properties that house and provide services for over 2,200 individuals.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$25,000
2019

family resource centers

family support
$25,000
2018

family resource centers

family support
$25,000
2017

family resource centers

A safety net organization serving East Palo Alto. It provides food bags, hot meals, clothing, donated furniture items, and other services to thousands of families each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$40,000
2020

general support, $40,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $80,000)

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$40,000
2019

general support

family support
$50,000
2018

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

family support
$50,000
2017

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

family support
$50,000
2016

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

family support
$50,000
2015

general support

An early childhood school that serves 168 children ages 0-5 and their families in a model early learning school with 16 high-quality early learning classrooms and outdoor spaces. It also provides a family resource center, library, playscape, and satellite children’s museum for community members of the Santee neighborhood and beyond.

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

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

responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$60,000
2019

general support

bright spots
$5,500
2018

general support

safe spaces
$100,000
2018

classrooms and indoor/outdoor learning spaces, $100,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

safe spaces
$100,000
2017

classrooms and indoor/outdoor learning spaces, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

safe spaces
$100,000
2016

classrooms and indoor/outdoor learning spaces, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

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
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

The Emergency Food Bank is a grassroots food bank that provides food to residents in San Joaquin County who find themselves in emergency situations in San Joaquin County.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$25,000
2019

general support

A domestic violence shelter that provides clients and their children with comprehensive supports, including counseling, referrals for benefits and legal services, food, and other help to get people back on their feet and find a path to independence. The only DV shelter in San Benito County.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$30,000
2020

general support, $30,000 per year for two years (payment one of two , total grant amount $60,000)

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$30,000
2019

general support, $30,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $60,000)

housing stability
$30,000
2018

general support, $30,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $60,000)

housing stability
$30,000
2017

general support

A Santa Cruz nonprofit delivering an array of programs county-wide including behavioral health, family and social well-being, early childhood education, and housing services. The organization's early childhood programs includes Head Start, Early Head Start, and State Preschool.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$100,000
2020

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$100,000
2019

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

safe spaces
$100,000
2018

general support

A core service agency whose Information and Referral Program provides food aid, housing, financial assistance, and referrals to individuals and families. Each year, it helps over 4,500 people.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2020

the Information and Referral Program, $75,000 per year for two years (payment one of two , total grant amount $150,000)

responsive
$20,000
2020

Information and Referral Program, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2018

the Information and Referral Program, $75,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $225,000)

family support
$75,000
2017

the Information and Referral Program, $75,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $225,000)

family support
$75,000
2016

the Information and Referral Program, $75,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $225,000)

A nonprofit that helps homeless or imminently homeless families gain self sufficiency through comprehensive case management that includes job training, budgeting, good tenant practices, and housing and rental assistance. Its ultimate goal is to help families obtain and maintain permanent housing and get on a path to a healthy and stable life.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2020

general support, $50,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $100,000)

housing stability
$50,000
2019

general support, $50,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $100,000)

housing stability
$50,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$60,000
2016

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
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 nonprofit that helps homeless or imminently homeless families gain self sufficiency through comprehensive case management that includes job training, budgeting, good tenant practices, and housing and rental assistance. Its ultimate goal is to help families obtain and maintain permanent housing and get on a path to a healthy and stable life.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$150,000
2020

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

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$17,000
2019

database project for donor and volunteer CRM

housing stability
$150,000
2019

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

housing stability
$150,000
2018

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

housing stability
$150,000
2017

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

housing stability
$175,000
2016

general support

housing stability
$5,000
2015

holiday drive or general support

A Stockton-based nonprofit that serves families in the South, Central, and Eastern areas of the city to address issues of violence, poverty, re-entry, and family engagement. It serves over 1,000 households each year, including 350 young children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$7,500
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$35,000
2020

general support

family support
$35,000
2019

general support

bright spots
$10,000
2018

general support

safe spaces
$50,000
2017

general support

A proposition-10-funded nonprofit that promotes health and well-being for children ages 0-5. It contracts with nine community-based organizations to operate 12 Family Resource Centers which serve as go-to safe spaces and provide a multitude of community-driven services including, health programs, child development classes, family services, and referrals.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$300,000
2020

family resource centers, $350,000 in 2019 and $300,000 in 2020 (payment two of two, total grant amount $650,000)

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$350,000
2019

family resource centers, $350,000 in 2019 and $300,000 in 2020 (payment one of two, total grant amount $650,000)

family support
$400,000
2018

family resource centers, $400,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $1,200,000)

family support
$400,000
2017

family resource centers, $400,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $1,200,000)

family support
$400,000
2016

family resource centers, $400,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $1,200,000)

A countywide nonprofit that promotes health and well-being for children ages 0-5. It leads investments in neighborhood-based, resident-led strategies for early childhood education and health as well as family services.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$200,000
2020

general support, $200,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $600,000)

responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$200,000
2019

general support, $200,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $600,000)

family support
$200,000
2018

the Neighborhoods Ready for School Initiative, $200,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $600,000)

family support
$200,000
2017

the Neighborhoods Ready for School Initiative, $200,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $600,000)

family support
$200,000
2016

the Neighborhoods Ready for School Initiative, $200,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $600,000)

A countywide organization that invests in childhood well-being, strong families, quality early childhood services, and integrated systems to help the children of Monterey County reach their full potential.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2019

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

family support
$75,000
2018

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

family support
$75,000
2017

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

A nonprofit that promotes the health, early learning, and social-emotional well-being of children ages 0-5 via strategic investments and partnerships. Its programs include playgroups, in-home parent education, and car seat safety training.

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

general support

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$50,000
2019

general support

safe spaces
$50,000
2018

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
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 regional food bank serving 90,000 residents annually through two direct programs and a network of 90 partner agencies. It's the largest provider of emergency supplemental food and a key proponent of anti-hunger education and advocacy in the community. Its Kids N.O.W. program provides food for children in need on weekends and school breaks.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$250,000
2020

general support, $250,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $750,000)

food security
$85,000
2019

New refrigeration and shelving for local agency partners

food security
$250,000
2019

general support, $250,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $750,000)

food security
$200,000
2018

general support, $200,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment three of three, total grant amount $600,000)

food security
$215,000
2017

purchase of a new truck and software upgrades

food security
$200,000
2017

general support, $200,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $600,000)

food security
$500,000
2016

capital campaign for new building

food security
$200,000
2016

general support, $200,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $600,000)

food security
$75,000
2015

general support

A regional food bank that serves 1 in 8 residents through its own programs and through 180 partner agencies.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$250,000
2020

general support, $250,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $750,000)

food security
$250,000
2019

general support, $250,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $750,000)

food security
$100,000
2018

general support, $100,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

food security
$100,000
2017

general support, $100,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

food security
$100,000
2016

general support, $100,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

A foundation that supports the Fremont Family Resource Center, a quasi-government agency that brings together 24 state, county, city, and nonprofit agencies to create a one-stop service center for families. It serves over 3,000 families with case management, application assistance, and referrals, among other services.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2020

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

family support
$75,000
2019

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

family support
$75,000
2018

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

family support
$60,000
2017

general support

A federally qualified health center with nine locations in Santa Clara County serving 40,000 people a year, including 17,000 families with children ages 0-5 and 6,000 children ages 0-5. It provides culturally-sensitive primary and integrated care to all patients regardless of ability to pay.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$125,000
2020

general support, $175,000 in 2018, $150,000 in 2019, and $125,000 in 2020 (payment three of three, total grant amount $450,000)

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$150,000
2019

general support, $175,000 in 2018, $150,000 in 2019, and $125,000 in 2020 (payment two of three, total grant amount $450,000)

bright spots
$10,000
2018

general support

health care access
$175,000
2018

general support, $175,000 in 2018, $150,000 in 2019, and $125,000 in 2020 (payment one of three, total grant amount $450,000)

health care access
$225,000
2017

general support

health care access
$300,000
2016

general support

A health care organization providing inpatient, outpatient, and emergency care for more than 17,000 people living in South Monterey County.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$75,000
2020

general support

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2019

general support

health care access
$75,000
2018

general support

health care access
$100,000
2017

general support

An early education provider that serves families in Santa Clara, San Benito, Monterey, and Santa Cruz Counties. The organization operates nine licensed centers and maintains a network of affiliated family child-care homes for infants, preschool, and school-age children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$75,000
2020

general support

safe spaces
$30,000
2019

Executive Director Search

safe spaces
$75,000
2019

general support

safe spaces
$75,000
2018

general support

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

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
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

health care access
$200,000
2017

general support

A nonprofit in East San Jose that provides a comfortable, culturally and linguistically sensitive environment where families learn together and build a network of support with others in the community. It offers an array of services to parents, other providers, and children, including operating a state-funded preschool.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$50,000
2019

the Preschool Capital Campaign

safe spaces
$40,000
2019

general support, $40,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $120,000)

safe spaces
$40,000
2018

general support, $40,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $120,000)

safe spaces
$30,000
2018

strategic planning

safe spaces
$40,000
2017

general support

A social justice nonprofit that operates an emergency shelter and resource center and provides transitional housing, food, and supportive services to over 900 individuals each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$65,000
2019

general support, $65,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $195,000)

family support
$50,000
2018

general support

family support
$50,000
2017

general support

family support
$50,000
2016

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
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 diaper distribution center that partners with social service agencies and family resource centers in five Bay Area counties. It provides diapers for more than 3,500 babies and toddlers from low-income families each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$45,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$50,000
2020

general support, $75,000 in 2019 and $50,000 in 2020 (payment two of two, total grant amount $125,000)

responsive
$45,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2019

general support, $75,000 in 2019 and $50,000 in 2020 (payment one of two, total grant amount $125,000)

health care access
$100,000
2018

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

health care access
$100,000
2017

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

health care access
$100,000
2016

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

An affordable housing nonprofit that works to ensure that people with special needs, either from income or circumstance, live in decent and safe housing. In addition to its home sharing program, it provides housing subsidies and other supportive services to participants while they complete an education or job training program and find employment in their field.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2020

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

housing stability
$50,000
2019

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

housing stability
$50,000
2018

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

housing stability
$60,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$75,000
2016

Self Sufficiency Program

A nonprofit child care resource and referral agency serving over 4600 households in Alameda County. It offers child care subsidies, playgroups, provider training, and a food and diaper pantry.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$30,000
2020

general support

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$30,000
2019

general support

safe spaces
$25,000
2018

general support

A program that serves homeless families in San Mateo County by providing temporary shelter at partner congregations. In addition, it provides meals, case management, and permanent housing placement. It serves up to five families at a time, totaling around 60 individuals a year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$20,000
2020

general support

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$20,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$20,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$20,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$25,000
2016

general support

A coalition of 15 congregations that provides permanent, affordable housing and support services to over 1,200 individuals each year, including nearly 300 families with children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$85,000
2020

general support

housing stability
$70,000
2019

general support

bright spots
$7,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$70,000
2018

general support

bright spots
$4,500
2017

general support

housing stability
$60,000
2017

general support

A key homeless services provider in Santa Cruz County. It runs four emergency and transitional housing shelters, including the Rebele Family Shelter for households with children, a medical clinic, and a 12-bed medical respite care facility. It also provides employment and income support, a mail room, and homeless and housing advocacy. It serves over 600 people annually.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$65,000
2019

general support, $65,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $195,000)

housing stability
$65,000
2018

general support, $65,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $195,000)

housing stability
$65,000
2017

general support, $65,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $195,000)

housing stability
$75,000
2016

general support

A nonprofit housing resource agency that provides case management, search and placement into permanent housing, emergency rent payments, and supportive services to those faced with the imminent threat of homelessness. Its programs focus on homeless veterans and their families, homeless families with children, and homeless senior women.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$40,000
2020

general support

housing stability
$40,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$40,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$40,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$60,000
2016

general support

A nonprofit organization that provides immigration legal services, education, and civic engagement opportunities to immigrants, refugees, and their families through six offices in the Bay Area.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

immigration
$75,000
2019

general support

immigration
$40,000
2018

removal defense consultant

immigration
$75,000
2018

general support

immigration
$75,000
2017

general support

immigration
$150,000
2016

general support

A federally qualified health clinic and an Urban Indian Health Program that provides high-quality and culturally-competent health care to American Indians/Alaska Natives and community members. It serves approximately 20,000 people a year, over 3,000 of whom are children ages 0-5.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$100,000
2020

general support, $150,000 in 2018, $125,000 in 2019, $100,000 in 2020 (payment three of three, total grant amount $375,000)

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$125,000
2019

general support, $150,000 in 2018, $125,000 in 2019, $100,000 in 2020 (payment two of three, total grant amount $375,000)

health care access
$150,000
2018

general support, $150,000 in 2018, $125,000 in 2019, $100,000 in 2020 (payment one of three, total grant amount $375,000)

health care access
$200,000
2017

general support

health care access
$250,000
2016

general support

An agency that serves families in Alameda and Contra Costa counties with a range of mental health and social services, including a large program focused on immigrants and refugees. It serves over 5,000 individuals annually.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

immigration
$30,000
2020

immigration legal services

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

immigration
$30,000
2019

immigration legal services

family support
$30,000
2018

early childhood work

family support
$30,000
2017

general support

The largest single provider of preschool in the Bay Area. It serves over 4,000 children each day across 50 sites in four counties. Ninety-five percent of families receive free or reduced-cost services.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$200,000
2020

general support, $200,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $600,000)

responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$200,000
2019

general support, $200,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $600,000)

safe spaces
$200,000
2018

general support, $200,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $600,000)

safe spaces
$200,000
2017

general support

A community health center rooted in the concepts of wellness, prevention, and patient-centered care. It provides culturally and linguistically appropriate health care in 40 locations. Services include primary care, dental, women’s health, pre and postnatal, behavioral health, and patient education. It reaches 85,000 patients each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$150,000
2020

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

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$150,000
2019

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

bright spots
$10,000
2018

general support

health care access
$150,000
2018

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

health care access
$200,000
2017

general support

A grassroots movement with a 40-year history of providing high-quality mental health and community support services in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is committed to building a vibrant and multicultural agency to meet the needs of all the individuals and families that it serves.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2019

Family Emergency Shelter Coalition

housing stability
$50,000
2018

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

housing stability
$50,000
2017

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

bright spots
$7,500
2017

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2016

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

A social justice nonprofit that advances the rights of individuals and families through legal services, advocacy, and outreach. It is the main legal services organization in Santa Clara County working on eviction and housing discrimination for low-income families.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$75,000
2020

general support, $125,000 in 2018, $75,000 in 2019, and $75,000 in 2020 (payment three of three, total grant amount $275,000)

housing stability
$75,000
2019

general support, $125,000 in 2018, $75,000 in 2019, and $75,000 in 2020 (payment two of three, total grant amount $275,000)

bright spots
$3,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$125,000
2018

general support, $125,000 in 2018, $75,000 in 2019, and $75,000 in 2020 (payment one of three, total grant amount $275,000)

housing stability
$200,000
2017

the pro bono housing clinic, $200,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $400,000)

housing stability
$200,000
2016

the pro bono housing clinic, $200,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $400,000)

A nonprofit providing educational opportunities and outreach to low-income immigrant women and their children who are living in south Santa Clara County.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$20,000
2020

general support, $20,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $60,000)

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$20,000
2019

general support, $20,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $60,000)

safe spaces
$20,000
2018

general support, $20,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $60,000)

A social justice nonprofit that provides civil legal services to residents. Its work includes five broad areas: obtaining health care, preventing homelessness, accessing income support programs, fighting for freedom from domestic violence, and bridging the education gap.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

cash assistance to support undocumented families, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2020

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

family support
$75,000
2019

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

family support
$100,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$150,000
2017

the HomeSavers Project, $150,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $300,000)

housing stability
$150,000
2016

the HomeSavers Project, $150,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $300,000)

A federally qualified health clinic providing high quality health and social services to underserved people of all ages in Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties. It reaches almost 60,000 people a year at its 21 freestanding locations and its school-based health clinics.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$125,000
2020

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $375,000)

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$125,000
2019

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $375,000)

bright spots
$10,000
2018

general support

health care access
$125,000
2018

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $375,000)

health care access
$150,000
2017

general support

A nonprofit serving homeless individuals and families. It operates 17 facilities that help over 3,200 people annually. Its programs include emergency and interim housing, rapid rehousing, intensive case management, housing and employment search assistance, financial literacy training, and mental and physical health support.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$350,000
2020

general support, $400,000 for 2019, $350,000 for 2020, and $350,000 for 2021 (payment two of three, total grant amount $1,100,000)

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$400,000
2019

general support, $400,000 for 2019, $350,000 for 2020, and $350,000 for 2021 (payment one of three, total grant amount $1,100,000)

housing stability
$500,000
2018

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

housing stability
$500,000
2017

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

housing stability
$17,000
2016

consultant costs to implement human resources software

housing stability
$500,000
2016

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

housing stability
$15,000
2015

holiday drive or general support

An initiative formed by Live Oak Preschool parents, local education, health, and social service leaders working together to ensure that all Live Oak children can reach their full potential. Together, stakeholders are developing a family-centered, results-based framework to ensure all Live Oak children are happy, healthy and ready to succeed in school, college & career.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$50,000
2020

the charitable activities of the Live Oak Cradle to Career initiative, $50,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $150,000)

responsive
$15,000
2020

the charitable activities of the Live Oak Cradle to Career initiative, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$5,000
2020

the charitable activities of Live Oak Cradle to Career initiative, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$50,000
2019

the charitable activities of the Live Oak Cradle to Career initiative

safe spaces
$50,000
2018

the charitable activities of the Live Oak Cradle to Career initiative

safe spaces
$50,000
2017

the charitable activities of the Live Oak Cradle to Career initiative

A community organization that offers hot meals Monday through Friday at Catholic Charities' Eastside Neighborhood Center and Goodwill Industries. In addition, it partners with 18 nonprofit agencies from as far south as Gilroy to as far north as Palo Alto to provide free hot meals to their clients.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
food security
$100,000
2020

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$100,000
2019

general support

food security
$80,000
2018

purchase and use of delivery truck

food security
$75,000
2018

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

food security
$75,000
2017

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

food security
$75,000
2016

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

food security
$25,000
2015

general support

A child and family resource center that develops and operates four innovative centers that provide safe spaces for over 400 families with children ages 0-5 to gather, connect, learn, and play.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$75,000
2020

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

safe spaces
$25,000
2020

FRC network capacity building

responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$75,000
2019

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

safe spaces
$25,000
2018

FRC network capacity building

safe spaces
$75,000
2018

support for child and family resource center sites, $75,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $225,000)

safe spaces
$75,000
2017

child and family resource center sites, $75,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $225,000)

bright spots
$10,000
2017

general support

safe spaces
$75,000
2016

child and family resource center sites, $75,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $225,000)

A nonprofit that primarily helps families from South Asia affected by domestic violence, emotional abuse, cultural alienation, human trafficking or family conflict. Its programs include transitional housing, helplines, peer counseling, legal advocacy, and economic empowerment.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$20,000
2020

general support, $25,000 in 2019, $20,000 in 2020, $20,000 in 2021 (payment two of three, total grant amount $65,000)

housing stability
$25,000
2019

general support, $25,000 in 2019, $20,000 in 2020, $20,000 in 2021 (payment one of three, total grant amount $65,000)

housing stability
$35,000
2018

general support, $35,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $105,000)

housing stability
$35,000
2017

general support, $35,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $105,000)

housing stability
$35,000
2016

general support, $35,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $105,000)

housing stability
$5,000
2015

holiday drive or general support

A nonprofit that provides food, shelter, medical care, counseling, and other support services to families experiencing homelessness. It serves over 170 individuals each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$40,000
2020

general support

housing stability
$40,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$40,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$40,000
2017

general support

A regional food bank serving local communities where 25.6% of residents are living at or under the federal poverty level. It works with 80 partner agencies to assist over 15,000 people each month.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
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
$75,000
2019

capacity building for partner agencies in Merced County

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
$85,000
2018

general support, $85,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $255,000)

food security
$49,000
2017

to launch a CalFresh Outreach program, $49,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $98,000)

food security
$85,000
2017

general support, $85,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $255,000)

food security
$175,000
2017

capacity building for infrastructure and partner agency development

food security
$49,000
2016

to launch a CalFresh Outreach program, $49,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $98,000)

food security
$85,000
2016

general support, $85,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $255,000)

food security
$200,000
2016

purchase of 24 ft refrigerated box truck, warehouse equipment, office needs and materials, jumpstart of new campaign

A county agency that operates early childhood education programs, a resource and referral service, and many other services that provide support to over 3,000 children ages 0-5.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$40,000
2020

Early Education Department

family support
$25,000
2020

Family Resource Center Strategic Plan

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$40,000
2019

Early Education Department

safe spaces
$40,000
2018

Early Education Department

The only domestic violence service provider in Santa Cruz County. It provides comprehensive services for affected women and children, including an emergency shelter. It serves over 200 individuals annually.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$45,000
2020

general support, $45,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $135,000)

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$45,000
2019

general support, $45,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $135,000)

housing stability
$45,000
2018

general support, $45,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $135,000)

housing stability
$10,000
2017

Community Strategic Visioning

housing stability
$45,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2016

general support

housing stability
$5,000
2015

holiday drive or general support

A community-based family resource center for Central and East Contra Costa County that serves 2,750 families each year. Located in Concord, the center offers food, resources and referrals, application assistance, limited health and dental screenings, and a Rotacare clinic.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$60,000
2020

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

family support
$60,000
2019

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

family support
$60,000
2018

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

family support
$60,000
2017

general support

An Urban Indian Health Center and federally qualified health center rooted in social justice and committed to providing health care and community wellness to Native Americans as well as all community residents in Oakland, Richmond, and San Francisco.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$60,000
2020

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

responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$60,000
2019

general support

health care access
$60,000
2018

general support

health care access
$75,000
2017

general support

A nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening the Natividad Medical Center, the public hospital for Monterey County. Natividad Medical Center provides quality health care access to all patients regardless of their ability to pay.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$75,000
2020

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

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$100,000
2019

general support

health care access
$100,000
2018

general support

health care access
$125,000
2017

general support

A domestic violence service provider in Santa Clara County. Its programs include an emergency shelter that serves over 200 clients a year and Home Safe, a 48-unit permanent supportive housing facility.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$60,000
2020

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

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$60,000
2019

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

bright spots
$5,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$60,000
2018

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

housing stability
$60,000
2017

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

housing stability
$9,000
2016

for small capital needs

housing stability
$75,000
2016

for the emergency shelter and Home Safe

housing stability
$5,000
2015

holiday drive or general support

One of the largest community clinics providing for medically under-served Asian populations in the country. It provides culturally and linguistically competent primary and specialty care to over 65,000 patients.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2019

general support

bright spots
$5,000
2018

general support

health care access
$75,000
2018

general support

health care access
$120,000
2017

clinics in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties

health care access
$150,000
2016

clinics in Daly City and San Jose

A small residential transitional program for women with children that serves nearly 30 individuals each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$15,000
2020

general support

housing stability
$15,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$15,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$15,000
2017

general support

A core service agency that serves residents. It distributes food and provides emergency support, referrals, and more for nearly 2,000 people each year.

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

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

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$50,000
2019

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

family support
$50,000
2018

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

family support
$50,000
2017

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

family support
$50,000
2016

general support

family support
$100,000
2016

capital needs for the completion of the expansion/renovation project

A key homeless service provider in Santa Cruz County assisting homeless women, children, and families with emergency housing, transitional housing, case management, education, and referrals.  It mainly serves people from Pajaro Valley, a historically underserved community.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2020

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

responsive
$30,000
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)

housing stability
$50,000
2016

general support

A legal services nonprofit providing low-fee and free full-scope legal representation to immigrants in both detained and non-detained immigration court proceedings, especially in the area of deportation defense. It also works on immigration policy advocacy, education, and legal empowerment efforts.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
immigration
$30,000
2020

general support

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

immigration
$30,000
2019

general support

family support
$30,000
2018

general support

A nonprofit dedicated to strengthening the community by providing children, families, and older adults with the support and tools to realize their full potential and lead healthy, stable lives. As part of its early learning initiative, it operates nine child development centers in San Mateo County, providing quality preschool for 500 children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$100,000
2020

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$40,000
2019

a feasibility study for the Midway Early Learning Center Capital Campaign

safe spaces
$100,000
2019

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

safe spaces
$100,000
2018

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

bright spots
$10,000
2018

general support

bright spots
$10,000
2017

general support

safe spaces
$100,000
2017

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

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
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

A network of health centers committed to providing high-quality reproductive health, family planning, and prenatal services to women and men throughout Northern California.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$100,000
2020

general support, $100,000 for FY 2020, $75,000 for FY 2021, $75,000 for FY 2022 (payment one of three, total grant amount $250,000)

responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$150,000
2019

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

health care access
$150,000
2018

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

health care access
$150,000
2017

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

A community organization with two safe and free, vibrant outdoor spaces for children to play and learn in Richmond's Iron Triangle neighborhood. Together with residents, it creates and sustains beautiful spaces for people of all ages to be with one another.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$50,000
2020

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

safe spaces
$50,000
2019

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

safe spaces
$50,000
2018

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

safe spaces
$50,000
2017

general support

food security
$50,000
2016

planning phase of Pogo Park Food Program

safe spaces
$125,000
2016

general support

safe spaces
$215,000
2016

capital support to complete the Tot Lot

A core service agency and family resource center that supports 1,600 people in the rural communities of Pescadero and La Honda. In addition to offering emergency services, it provides opportunities to build community and connections for the families it serves.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$60,000
2020

general support, $80,000 in 2019, $60,000 in 2020, $60,000 in 2021 (payment two of three, total grant amount $200,000)

family support
$80,000
2019

general support, $80,000 in 2019, $60,000 in 2020, $60,000 in 2021 (payment one of three, total grant amount $200,000)

bright spots
$8,500
2018

general support

family support
$100,000
2018

general support, $100,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016
(payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

family support
$100,000
2017

general support, $100,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

family support
$100,000
2016

general support, $100,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

family support
$50,000
2015

general support

A multi-service safety net organization that serves low-income families, many of whom are immigrants and refugees of West Asian and North African origin. Programs include food and clothing distribution, a soup kitchen, rent and utility assistance, and referrals.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$20,000
2020

general support

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$20,000
2019

general support

family support
$20,000
2018

general support, $20,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $60,000)

family support
$20,000
2017

general support, $20,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $60,000)

family support
$20,000
2016

general support, $20,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $60,000)

A community health clinic serving over 14,000 people a year including almost 2,000 families with children ages 0-5. It provides culturally-sensitive primary and integrated care to all patients regardless of ability to pay.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2020

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

health care access
$75,000
2019

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

health care access
$75,000
2018

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

health care access
$220,000
2017

Director of Managed Care, $220,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $440,000)

health care access
$150,000
2017

general support

health care access
$220,000
2016

Director of Managed Care, $220,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $440,000)

health care access
$250,000
2016

general support

health care access
$583,752
2015

general support

health care access
$1,416,248
2015

fully conclude the RFHC Expansion Campaign eliminating all facility loan payments

A community health clinic providing high-quality, comprehensive and culturally appropriate health care through direct service models. This approach increases access to care and prevents the need for emergency services. The clinic also coordinates cross-agency liaisons to ensure a more efficient, continuum of care in East Oakland.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$50,000
2020

general support

health care access
$35,000
2019

general support

health care access
$25,000
2018

general support

A volunteer alliance of medical professionals, organizations, and community members dedicated to providing free primary health care services to uninsured families and individuals with limited ability to pay for medical care.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$30,000
2019

general support, $30,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $60,000)

health care access
$30,000
2018

general support, $30,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $60,000)

health care access
$30,000
2017

general support

health care access
$50,000
2016

general support

A nonprofit shelter that provides services for families and individuals who experience domestic violence, homelessness, and human trafficking. It houses nearly 300 women and children each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$75,000
2020

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

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$75,000
2019

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

housing stability
$20,000
2018

capital campaign planning

housing stability
$75,000
2018

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

bright spots
$5,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$75,000
2017

general support

bright spots
$5,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$15,000
2017

capital support for playground remodel

housing stability
$75,000
2016

shelter and services for families and children

A community anchor organization that works to alleviate the negative effects of poverty. It offers a range of services, including a food pantry, clothing closet, rental deposits, energy bills, home repairs, early and out-of-school learning, financial planning, and free tax preparation. It serves an estimated 65,000 clients per year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$200,000
2020

general support, $200,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $400,000)

family support
$200,000
2019

general support, $200,000 per year for two years
(payment two of two , total grant amount $400,000)

family support
$200,000
2018

general support, $200,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $400,000)

family support
$225,000
2017

general support

family support
$250,000
2016

general support, effective July 2016

family support
$50,000
2015

general support

bright spots
$20,000
2015

backpacks and school supplies for kids in need in San Jose

An agency in West Oakland that provides comprehensive early learning programs for toddlers and preschoolers, a licensed full-day kindergarten, and before- and after-school programs for older children. Last year, it served 244 children.

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

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

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$50,000
2019

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

safe spaces
$50,000
2018

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

safe spaces
$50,000
2017

general support

A nonprofit organization created to raise funds to support Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System. The integrated network of healthcare programs and services include an in-patient hospital, a primary care clinic in Gonzales, CA, and a new mobile health clinic.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2020

general support

A nonprofit health provider operating multiple community and school-based clinics in Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties. It serves over 27,000 patients every year, providing a range of services including medical, dental, and vision.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$100,000
2020

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$100,000
2019

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

health care access
$100,000
2018
general support
health care access
$125,000
2017

general support

As the lead Core Service Agency in San Mateo County, it serves over 12,000 clients a year, including over 3,400 families with small children. It distributes food and clothing, provides counseling and emergency housing support, has an onsite health and dental clinic, and connects clients to external services.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
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 one of three, total grant amount $525,000)

family support
$65,000
2019

community outreach for the East Palo Alto satellite office

family support
$175,000
2019

general support

family support
$200,000
2018

general support, $200,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment three of three, total grant amount $600,000)

family support
$200,000
2017

general support, $200,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $600,000)

family support
$200,000
2016

general support, $200,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $600,000)

family support
$75,000
2015

general support

A federally qualified health center providing comprehensive care, including medical, dental, and behavioral health, along with Women Infant and Children (WIC) and other multi-disciplinary services. It serves over 6,500 patients every year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$75,000
2020

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

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2019

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

health care access
$75,000
2018

general support

health care access
$75,000
2017

general support

County-run community health centers providing culturally and linguistically appropriate health care services available to all residents, regardless of ability to pay, from birth through their golden years.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$35,000
2020

the San Joaquin County out-patient clinics, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2020

the San Joaquin County out-patient clinics

health care access
$75,000
2019

the San Joaquin County out-patient clinics

health care access
$75,000
2018

the San Joaquin County out-patient clinics

A community-based nonprofit that invests in programs and innovations designed to improve the lives and health of residents in collaboration with the San Mateo County Health System. Its programs include community clinics, mobile medical services, and more.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$150,000
2019

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

health care access
$150,000
2018

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

health care access
$200,000
2017

community clinics and mobile services

health care access
$300,000
2016

SMCHS clinics, mobile health and dental services

A nonprofit provider of high-quality, affordable, and comprehensive health services in English and Spanish. It operates two clinics and provides care to over 11,000 patients in the county.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$75,000
2020

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

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2019

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

health care access
$250,000
2018

capital costs associated with a new health center at 1500 Capitola Road

health care access
$30,000
2018

planning process for a new primary care facility

health care access
$75,000
2018

general support

health care access
$75,000
2017

general support

A grassroots nonprofit that provides shelter support and educational opportunities for those affected by domestic violence. It serves approximately 200 clients a year at its emergency shelter.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2020

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

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
$15,000
2018

capital renovations

housing stability
$50,000
2018

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

bright spots
$7,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2017

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

A federally funded nonprofit that runs five primary care pediatric clinics in conjunction with four school districts in San Jose and Gilroy. Its locations, which serve over 5,000 people a year, are conveniently located and the majority of patients are children ages 0-5.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$75,000
2020

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

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$75,000
2019

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

health care access
$75,000
2018

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

health care access
$75,000
2017

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

health care access
$90,000
2017

time limited staffing support to hire a physician and two medical assistants

health care access
$100,000
2016

general support

A dental health provider working to improve the oral health status of San Mateo County by providing high quality, patient-centered services for all patients regardless of their financial, physical, emotional, or social circumstances.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$50,000
2020

general support

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
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 regional food bank serving over 56,000 county residents each month through a network of more than 200 agencies and programs.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$250,000
2020

general support, $250,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $750,000)

food security
$45,000
2019

a leadership development initiative

food security
$250,000
2019

general support, $250,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $750,000)

bright spots
$6,000
2018

general support

food security
$200,000
2018

general support, $200,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment three of three, total grant amount $600,000)

food security
$200,000
2017

general support, $200,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $600,000)

food security
$200,000
2016

general support, $200,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $600,000)

food security
$100,000
2015

general support

A two-county regional food bank that collaborates with a network of 330 partner nonprofit agencies operating at 700 different food distribution sites. It serves a quarter million people per month, the majority of whom are seniors and families with children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$350,000
2020

general support, $450,000 in FY 2019-20, $350,000 in FY 2020-21, and $350,000 in FY 2021-22 (payment two of three, total grant amount $1,150,000)

food security
$450,000
2019

general support, $450,000 in FY 2019-20, $350,000 in FY 2020-21, and $350,000 in FY 2021-22 (payment one of three, total grant amount $1,150,000)

food security
$500,000
2018

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

food security
$500,000
2018

capacity building support for new positions in operations, IT and development, $500,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment three of three, total grant amount $1,500,000)

food security
$500,000
2018

general support, $500,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment three of three, total grant amount $1,500,000)

food security
$500,000
2017

capacity building support for new positions in operations, IT and development, $500,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $1,500,000)

food security
$500,000
2017

general support, $500,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $1,500,000)

food security
$500,000
2017

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

food security
$500,000
2016

capacity building support for new positions in operations, IT and development, $500,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $1,500,000)

food security
$500,000
2016

general support, $500,000 per year for three years, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $1,500,000)

food security
$500,000
2016

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

food security
$250,000
2015

general support

An independent nonprofit that provides emergency shelter, temporary housing, permanent affordable housing, rental/deposit assistance, and case management to nearly 2,500 individuals, including 425 children ages 0-5, each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$125,000
2020

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $375,000)

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$125,000
2019

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $375,000)

housing stability
$125,000
2018
general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $375,000)
housing stability
$100,000
2017

general support

bright spots
$10,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$100,000
2016

general support

A community foundation that provides leadership, expertise and capital to help address challenging social issues in the region. It shapes critical public policy issues, partners with nonprofit groups advancing the best ideas, and directs resources swiftly and strategically toward unforeseen needs.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$270,000
2020

COVID-19 Coronavirus Regional Response Fund, with $120,000 to support organizations in San Mateo County and $150,000 to support organizations in Santa Clara County

2020 census
$50,000
2019

San Mateo and Santa Clara Census Pooled Fund, $60,000 in 2019 and $50,000 in 2020
(payment two of two, total grant amount $110,000)

2020 census
$60,000
2019

San Mateo and Santa Clara Census Pooled Fund, $60,000 in 2019 and $50,000 in 2020
(payment one of two, total grant amount $110,000)

safe spaces
$50,000
2017
Choose Children 2018

A nonprofit located in the Mayfair neighborhood of East San Jose that is working to support children, organize families, connect neighbors, and address systemic inequalities in order to uplift the dreams, power, and leadership of the community.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$50,000
2019

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

safe spaces
$50,000
2018

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

safe spaces
$50,000
2017

general support

The main provider of safety-net services in the southern part of Santa Clara County. It serves over 7,700 clients per year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$125,000
2020

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $375,000)

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$125,000
2019

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $375,000)

family support
$125,000
2018

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $375,000)

family support
$125,000
2017

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $375,000)

family support
$150,000
2016

general support, effective July 2016

family support
$40,000
2015

general support

A nonprofit that provides clients with hot meals, job training assistance, access to healthcare, respite, and other supportive services to over 1,500 women and children at its Women's and Children's Center in Oakland.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$45,000
2020

general support, $45,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $135,000)

family support
$40,000
2019

general purpose

family support
$30,000
2018

general support

family support
$30,000
2017

general support

A nonprofit that provides direct services at a Family Resource Center in Pittsburg and throughout Contra Costa county. Services include a food pantry, clothing, shelter and respite, rental assistance, and medical treatment.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$60,000
2020

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

family support
$60,000
2019

general support

family support
$50,000
2018

general support

family support
$50,000
2017

general support

An safety net organization that provides for the basic needs of individuals and families, including shelter, food, clothing, home goods, rent and utility assistance, and medical aid. It serves over 28,000 individuals, including 11,000 children annually.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$80,000
2020

general support, $80,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $240,000)

family support
$80,000
2019

general support, $80,000 per year for two years
(payment two of two, total grant amount $160,000)

family support
$80,000
2018

general support, $80,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $160,000)

family support
$100,000
2017

general support

family support
$100,000
2016

general support

family support
$40,000
2015

general support

The only provider of shelter to survivors of domestic violence in Contra Costa County. In addition to numerous nonresidential services, it also offers transitional housing with wraparound services. It serves over 260 adults and children in its housing programs each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$75,000
2020

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

housing stability
$75,000
2019

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

housing stability
$75,000
2018

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

housing stability
$75,000
2017

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

A shelter that provides temporary residence, case management and referrals, and meal services to over 100 families each year, including 150 young children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$55,000
2020

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2019

repairs and renovations at the family shelter

housing stability
$55,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$50,000
2017

general support

A safety net provider for residents of Sunnyvale that provides food, clothing, financial assistance, and case management for over 6,700 people annually, including many families.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$35,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2020

general support, $100,000 in 2019, $75,000 in 2020, $75,000 in 2021 (payment two of three, total grant amount $250,000)

family support
$100,000
2019

general support, $100,000 in 2019, $75,000 in 2020, $75,000 in 2021 (payment one of three, total grant amount $250,000)

family support
$150,000
2018

general support, $160,000 for 2016, $150,000 per year for 2017 and 2018, effective July 2016 (payment three of three, total grant amount $460,000)

family support
$150,000
2017

general support, $160,000 for 2016, $150,000 per year for 2017 and 2018, effective July 2016 (payment two of three, total grant amount $460,000)

family support
$46,000
2016

leadership development and capital needs

family support
$160,000
2016

general support, $160,000 for 2016, $150,000 per year for 2017 and 2018, effective July 2016 (payment one of three, total grant amount $460,000)

family support
$50,000
2015

general support

An organization that engages skilled volunteers to provide year-round free tax services to clients.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

economic opportunity
$25,000
2020

general support

economic opportunity
$25,000
2019

general support

An agency based in Stockton that protects children from abuse and neglect and strengthens families through a range of prevention, intervention, and education services. It serves nearly 17,000 families each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$90,000
2019

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

safe spaces
$75,000
2018

early education and family strengthening programs

bright spots
$10,000
2018

general support

safe spaces
$75,000
2017

early education and family strengthening programs

A nonprofit providing high quality, comprehensive early care and education and family services in San Mateo County. It operates 12 centers and contracts with family care providers to offer child care to more than 650 young children.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$100,000
2020

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$100,000
2019

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $300,000)

safe spaces
$20,000
2019

strategic planning and rebranding project

bright spots
$10,000
2018

general support

safe spaces
$100,000
2018

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $300,000)

safe spaces
$100,000
2017

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

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
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 organization that runs youth programs, summer camps, emergency services, and a family support program. The family support program is part of the Santa Clara County Emergency Assistance Network that provides emergency financial assistance, food, clothing, and transportation vouchers to families in need. 

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
family support
$75,000
2020

Salvation Army Silicon Valley, $75,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $150,000)

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2019

Salvation Army Silicon Valley, $75,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $150,000)

bright spots
$5,000
2018

general support

family support
$75,000
2018

Salvation Army Silicon Valley

family support
$75,000
2017

Salvation Army Silicon Valley Family Services Program

family support
$100,000
2016

Salvation Army Silicon Valley Family Services Program

A nonprofit community development corporation in the Fruitvale District of Oakland. It operates Head Start and Early Head Start programs that serve 835 children in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$50,000
2020

Head Start and Early Head Start programs, $50,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $150,000)

safe spaces
$50,000
2019

Head Start and Early Head Start programs, $50,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $150,000)

bright spots
$7,000
2018

general support

safe spaces
$50,000
2018

Head Start and Early Head Start programs

safe spaces
$50,000
2017

Head Start and Early Head Start programs

A community health clinic that integrates primary care, dental care, WIC support, mental health counseling, community health education and more in one location. It serves a primarily Latino population in Hayward, San Leandro, and Union City.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$100,000
2020

general support, $100,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $300,000)

responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$100,000
2019

general support

health care access
$100,000
2018

general support

health care access
$125,000
2017

general support

The Tides Foundation is a philanthropic partner and nonprofit accelerator dedicated to building a world of shared prosperity and social justice. Innovative foundations look to Tides as a partner for grantmaking, collaboration, capacity building, and strategic thinking. Tides has helped some of the world’s most prominent foundations achieve their goals.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$250,000
2020

California Immigrant Resilience Fund, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

A community resource for families who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or homelessness. It provides shelter, food, and other support services to 5,000 individuals each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
housing stability
$60,000
2020

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

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$60,000
2019

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

housing stability
$60,000
2018

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

bright spots
$10,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$60,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$60,000
2016

Shiloh Shelter, Sojourner House, food pantry, and Parents Creating Change (PFC)

A grassroots nonprofit located in the Eastlake/San Antonio/Fruitvale area of Oakland. It provides families with after-school programs, early-childhood playgroups, leadership training, and community-building events. Last year, it served over 200 families.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
safe spaces
$15,000
2020

general support

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$5,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$15,000
2019

general support, $15,000 per year for two years (payment two of two, total grant amount $30,000)

safe spaces
$15,000
2018

general support, $15,000 per year for two years (payment one of two, total grant amount $30,000)

bright spots
$7,500
2018

general support

safe spaces
$15,000
2017

general support

A collaborative of over 30 partner agencies with a one-stop service center for families. It serves over 3,000 individuals and provides case management, food, clothing, referrals, basic hygiene needs, and more.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

the charitable activities of Union City Family Center, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

the charitable activities of Union City Family Center, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$70,000
2019

the charitable activities of Union City Family Center

family support
$50,000
2018

the charitable activities of Union City Family Center

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 regional organization that provides education, basic needs, and financial stability to clients. Its Earn It! Keep It! Save It! (EKS) initiative provides free tax preparation services in collaboration with other nonprofits and government agencies.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

economic opportunity
$75,000
2020

Earn It!, Keep It!, Save It!

economic opportunity
$50,000
2019

Earn It!, Keep It!, Save It!

A community-based nonprofit that provides grants and support to local nonprofits and initiatives for issues related to education, health, financial stability, and more.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

LIVE UNITED COVID-19 Relief Fund

regional capacity building
$25,000
2019

nonprofit capacity building initiative

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
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
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

A federally qualified health center providing quality primary care, dental, mental health, and wellness care to residents of deep West and East Oakland.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
health care access
$60,000
2020

general support

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$60,000
2019

general support

health care access
$60,000
2018

general support

health care access
$125,000
2017

capital support for dental clinic upgrades

A community-based agency that provides basic needs, family support, and housing services for Cupertino, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Saratoga, West San Jose, and the surrounding mountain regions. It serves over 8,000 clients annually, including many families.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$30,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$100,000
2020

general support, $100,000 in 2020, $75,000 in 2021 (payment one of two, total grant amount $175,000)

family support
$125,000
2019

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment three of three, total grant amount $375,000)

family support
$125,000
2018

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment two of three, total grant amount $375,000)

family support
$125,000
2017

general support, $125,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $375,000)

family support
$17,500
2016

strategic planning, effective July 2016

family support
$150,000
2016

general support, effective July 2016

A nonprofit that provides a clean, safe, and warm shelter as well as a daytime services center for families with children who experience homelessness and housing instability.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$35,000
2019

the charitable activities of Winter Nights Family Shelter

housing stability
$25,000
2018

general support

A women and children's house that provides case management, a children's program, referrals, and a transitional housing program to 1,300 individuals each year.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$25,000
2020

general support; $25,000 per year for three years (payment one of three, total grant amount $75,000)

housing stability
$25,000
2019

general support

housing stability
$25,000
2018

general support

bright spots
$2,000
2017

general support

housing stability
$25,000
2017

general support

The chapter that runs the South San Francisco Community Resource Center, a designated core service agency that helps residents in South San Francisco, San Bruno, and Brisbane. It provides families with critical basic-needs assistance such as linkage to shelters, food, employment, and health care.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$25,000
2020

South San Francisco Community Resource Center, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$50,000
2020

South San Francisco Community Resource Center, $50,000 per year for two years (payment one of two , total grant amount $100,000)

responsive
$20,000
2020

South San Francisco Community Resource Center, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$75,000
2019

South San Francisco Community Resource Center

family support