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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
$75,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$400,000
2021

general support, $400,000 in 2021, $325,000 in 2022, and $250,000 in 2023

responsive
$50,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$75,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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 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
$40,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$45,000
2021

general support, $45,000 per year for two years

responsive
$10,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$25,000
2020

general support

family support
$25,000
2019

general support

family support
$20,000
2018

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
2021

Child & Family Services, $125,000 per year for three years

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 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
responsive
$45,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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, $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
$60,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$25,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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 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
$50,000
2020

Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County Fire Response Fund

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 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 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 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
$30,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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

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
safe spaces
$75,000
2021

general support

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 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
$40,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$25,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$40,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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

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
responsive
$20,000
2021

the charitable activities of the Live Oak Cradle to Career initiative

responsive
$15,000
2021

the charitable activities of the Live Oak Cradle to Career initiative

responsive
$20,000
2020

the charitable activities of the Live Oak Cradle to Career initiative

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

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
responsive
$15,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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 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
$10,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$5,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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 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
responsive
$15,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

safe spaces
$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
health care access
$325,000
2021

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

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

health care access
$400,000
2020

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

health care access
$250,000
2019

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

health care access
$500,000
2019

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

health care access
$250,000
2018

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

health care access
$500,000
2018

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

health care access
$500,000
2017

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

health care access
$500,000
2017

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

health care access
$500,000
2016

general support

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
health care access
$30,000
2020

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

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 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
health care access
$100,000
2021

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

responsive
$20,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$20,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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

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
2021

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

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 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
$75,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

food security
$250,000
2021

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

responsive
$50,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$75,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$50,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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 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
family support
$40,000
2021

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

responsive
$35,000
2021

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

responsive
$25,000
2021

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

responsive
$35,000
2020

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

responsive
$25,000
2020

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

family support
$40,000
2020

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

responsive
$25,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$40,000
2019

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

family support
$40,000
2018

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

family support
$40,000
2017

Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula Corps, excluding religious activities

housing stability
$30,000
2016

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

A free legal clinic that serves low-income individuals on California’s Central Coast with a focus on workers’ rights, consumer rights, immigration, and access to employment.
Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$30,000
2021

general support, $30,000 per year for two years

responsive
$10,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

family support
$25,000
2020

general support

An organization dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. It operates an emergency domestic violence shelter program with wraparound case management and other supportive services.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
responsive
$15,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

housing stability
$50,000
2021

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

responsive
$10,000
2021

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$15,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

responsive
$10,000
2020

general support, COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding

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

bright spots
$5,000
2018

general support

housing stability
$60,000
2018

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

housing stability
$60,000
2017

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

housing stability
$35,000
2016

capacity building support for a Shelter in Place project

housing stability
$60,000
2016

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

housing stability
$5,000
2015

holiday drive or general support

Grants