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At The Crossroads
General support grant will help with three primary components: building At the Crossroad’s infrastructure to prepare for the next stage of growth, adjusting the model of supervising and supporting direct service staff, and scaling the depth and impact of programs by hiring staff to fill new positions--all of which will benefit ATC's work with disconnected homeless youth in San Francisco.
At the Crossroads
$100,000 Capital campaign grant will help At the Crossroads achieve the goal of having a sustainable, diverse base of support. The grant will allow ATC to develop long-term relationships with new major donors and grow individual giving for years to come.
Beyond Emancipation $35,000 General support grant will assist Beyond Emancipation’s programming for foster youth who have not been successful in other programs dedicated to serving them. BE’s programs combine housing with education, workforce development and specialized coaching, helping young people live healthy, productive and connected adult lives.
Court Appointed Special Advocates Program, Inc. $70,000 General support grant will aid CASA of Contra Costa County with three priorities: soliciting volunteers through the use of social media; delivering training sessions that are more convenient for those wanting to volunteer; and increasing outreach and speaking engagements in Contra Costa County in order to identify and recruit more volunteers.
Court Appointed Special Advocates Program, Inc. $10,000 A challenge grant from Five Bridges Foundation allowed CASA of Contra Costa County to secure matching funds from new donors.
Huckleberry Youth Programs, Inc. $75,000 A general support grant will allow Huckleberry Youth Programs to increase family mediation and reunification work; offer newcomer groups in Marin and San Francisco that help new immigrant students address trauma and adapt to their new environment; expand mental health services; and offer more internships that engage TAY in positive work experiences.
Success Center of San Francisco $70,000 General support grant will help aid the planning process for a potential merger of Success Center SF with Each One Reach One, a San Mateo county-based program that provides arts education to justice-involved youth as well as GED tutoring to youth in detention in San Francisco and San Mateo counties. The grant will fund service integration, systems integration, and related due diligence costs that cannot be covered with existing, restricted grant funds.
Sunny Hills Services/BAYC $35,000 Program grant will support the Real Alternatives for Adolescents program that provides East Bay foster youth and youth on probation with safe housing and a structured independent living program where they can practice self-directed living skills. Clients receive extensive supports, including mental health interventions, to prepare them for life as responsible, self-sufficient adults.
Youth Homes, Inc. $70,000 General support grant will allow Youth Homes, one of the last foster care agencies in the East Bay that provides intensive residential treatment to youth diagnosed with severe mental illness, to help clients access holistic and high quality services. Youth will develop supportive adult connections, finish their education, find jobs, and avoid homelessness or incarceration. Staff will be able to think and act creatively in order to effectively meet youth needs and move beyond the restrictions attached to government funding.
TOTAL 2017 GRANTS $540,000