Home Prior Grants Grants During Fiscal 2005

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NAME OF GRANTEE GRANT PURPOSE OF GRANT
Adolescent Counseling Services $10,000 Provide shelter, therapy, living skills, and academic support to at-risk teen girls at Caravan House.
Alameda County Bar Association Volunteer Legal Services Corporation $10,000 Provides free legal services to low-income residents of Alameda County.
Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation $10,000 Provide critical burn survivor support services, school prevention programs, peer support groups, and scald prevention kits to Bay Area families.
American Foundation for the Blind, Inc. $12,500 Fund a pilot training program that will address the difficulties that blind or visually impaired job seekers encounter.
The Arc of San Francisco $15,000 Assist adults with developmental disabilities to become more self-sufficient through job coaching and integrated work services.
Asian Neighborhood Design $10,000 Fund employment training to at-risk youth through classroom and on-the-job instruction in construction-related skills.
Bay Area Legal Aid $10,000 Fund a Pro Per Clinic to assist victims of domestic violence in obtaining protective services and court orders.
Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program $10,000 Fund a sports program for youth with physical disabilities in the greater Bay Area.
Becoming Independent $10,000 Fund weekly support groups for developmentally disabled to address victimization, social isolation, and building healthy relationships.
Berkeley Food and Housing Project $10,000 Support the Women's Resource Center to help clients transition out of homelessness.
Berkeley Youth Living with Disabilities $5,000 Support a group home for children and teens with developmental disabilities and health problems.
Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center $10,000 Fund the Neighborhood Elders Support Team Case Management Program to help frail, home-bound seniors.
Blind Babies Foundation $10,000 Fund Off to a Good Start program, serving infant and preschool children who are blind or visually impaired.
Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula $10,000 Fund innovative after-school programs athe the Center for a New Generation in Menlo Park.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco $10,000 Support education programs for youth through tutoring in science, math, and literacy and technology education.
Children's Book Project $5,000 Fund general operating expenses of a program that provides free children's books and teaching materials.
Children's Hospital and Research Center at Oakland $15,000 Provide bridge funding for children 0-5 years in need of mental health treatment.
College Track $5,000 Pays for testing fees, college applications, tutors, school supplies, cultural events, and internship services.
Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County, Inc. DBA The Women Ventures Project $10,000 Assist low-income women with job placement and education needed for employment.
Community Action of Napa Valley $10,000 Provide increased staffing for the HOPE Resource Center in order to make the center available on weekends and increase case management hours.
Community Solutions for children, families and individuals, inc. $10,000 Suuport free counseling services for women and children at risk for domestic violence.
Compass Community Services $10,000 Fund the Tenderloin childcare Center, which provides early childhood care and education to extremely low-income children and their families.
Contra Costa Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc. (Contra Costa ARC) $20,000 Provides early intervention services for children ages 0-6 with developmental disabilities and mental health problems.
Contra Costa Crisis Center $5,000 Support a 24-hour emergency homeless hotline needed for doing shelter intakes and providing assistance for homeless children, adults, and seniors.
Court Appointed Special Advocates $5,000 Recruit and train community volunteers who advocate for children who are victims of abuse or neglect.
East Bay Agency for Childlren $10,000 Fund Fremont Healthcare Access Project to help low-income and immigrant families secure healthcare coverage.
Edgewood Center for Children and Families $10,000 Fund the Kinship Support Network which serves children being raised by grandparents or other relatives as an alternative to entering the foster care system.
Emergency Housing Consortium of Santa Clara County, Inc. $10,000 Provide case management to homeless individuals at the Boccardo Regional Reception Center Emergency Shelter.
Emergency Shelter Program, Inc. $20,000 Provide child care, counseling, and play/study activities to children whose mothers are shelter residents.
Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco $10,000 Fund the ECS Skills Center which provides vocational and educational services to San Francisco's homeless population.
Equal Rights Advocates $10,000 Fund the Advice and Counseling Program which provides free legal advice and referrals to women and girls nationwide.
Family Builders by Adoption $15,000 Support family stabilization and growth through the pre- and post-adoption process.
Family Violence Law Center $10,000 Support the Relationship Abuse Prevention project, which provides relationship violence prevention education to youth ages 11-18.
Food Runners $5,000 Fund general operating expenses for provider of food for homesless in San Francisco.
French-American International School $10,000 Fund need-based scholarships.
Hamilton Family Center $15,000 Provides case management, counseling, children's programming, and housing referrals as well as food and shelter to needy families.
Head-Royce School $15,000 Support for Heads Up, a mentoring program for low-income minority youth in 6th - 9th grade.
Head-Royce School $20,000 Provides tuition for low-income students.
Hearing and Speech Center of Northern California $5,000 Teach communication and social skills to children with hearing loss in San Francisco.
Henry Ohlhoff House dba Ohlhoff Recovery Programs $15,000 Partially fund the fees to enable homeless addicted women to enter the 12-month recovery program at Ohlhoff Women's Program.
Homeless Prenatal Program $10,000 Support a Community Health Worker training program to prepare homeless mothers for the workforce.
The Janet Pomeroy Center $5,000 Fund the Children and Teen Department which offers programs to youth with disabilities between the ages of 5-22.
Jewish Community Free Clinic of Sonoma County $10,000 Build a permanent rent-free clinic to care for a population of primarily Latino immigrants.
Jewish Vocational Service $10,000 Support JVS's Legal Employment Action Program, a collaborative effort to help current and former welfare recipients secure employment in the legal field.
Julia Morgan School for Girls $10,000 Support the financial aid program serving needy girls from Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
Junior League of Oakland-East Bay, Inc. $5,000 Fund Super Stars Literacy Project to improve the academic and social development of children in one of Oakland's lowest performing schools.
La Casa de las Madres $10,000 Support services needed to provide shelter, food, clothing, counseling, and legal services to battered women and their families.
Laguna Honda Hospital Volunteers, Inc. $5,000 Fund LHH Express project, which enriches the quality of life for hospital residents by providing outings every week.
Larkin Street Youth Services $15,000 Provide assistance and education to local governments and organizations working to reduce gun-related injuries and deaths.
Legal Services for Children, Inc. $10,000 Fund the Young Women's Empowerment Project which helps at-risk girls develop a positive support system.
LIFE ElderCare, Inc. $10,000 Fund the Meals on Wheels program to provide nutritional services to homebound seniors.
The LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired $5,000 Fund the LightHouse Youth Program which provides opportunities for blind and visually impaired youth to develop educational and employment skills.
Loaves & Fishes Family Kitchen $10,000 Provide food and serve hot meals to low-income Santa Clara County families and individuals.
Loaves & Fishes of Contra Costa $15,000 Fund the purchase of food and supplies and continue the expansion program to feed hungry people in Contra Costa County.
Marin Center for Independent Living $15,000 Provides free attendant services in the home for seniors and people with disabilities.
Marin Senior Coordinating Council, Inc. $15,000 Fund home delivered meals to seniors in Marin County.
Marin Services for Women $15,000 Provide a healthy environment for mothers in treatment for chemical dependency and offer a child development program for their children.
McCullum (Donald P.) Youth Court, Inc. $10,000 Fund core services specifically for middle school students, and leverage funding from aditional sources.
Meals on Wheels of San Francisco, Inc. $7,500 Fund the Home Injury Prevention Program which installs safety equipment for homebound seniors.
Mission Learning Center $10,000 Fund an after-school program for students who are reading below grade level and are at-risk academically.
National Kidney Foundation of Northern California, Inc. $5,000 Support Northern California's Kidney Kids Camp, which allows children to enjoy summer camp while receiving medical treatments.
Network on Women in Prison dba Legal Services for Prisoners with Children $10,000 Assist incarcerated survivors of domestic violence with filing petitions for new trials or resentencing under a newly amended state law.
Oakes Children's Center, Inc. $10,000 Fund Oakes After School Program to serve severely disturbed children so they can achieve better emotional development.
Okizu Foundation $10,000 Contribute to a matching grant from the Hart Family Foundation to construct a Waterfront Activity Center for children with cancer.
Omega Boys Club $15,000 Fund the Omega Leadership Academy which prepares disadvantaged young people with the skills needed to live meaningful lives free of viiolence.
Opportunity Junction $10,000 Fund the OPTIC Job Training and Placement Program which places low-incomes residents of Contra Costa County into career-track positions.
Opportunities Industrialization Center West $15,000 Provide training, counseling, and job placement to 600 adults and youth.
Peninsula Habitat for Humanity, Inc. $15,000 Fund construction costs of seven affordable homes for underserved families in San Mateo County.
Phoenix Programs, Inc $20,000 Fund emergency shelter and affordable housing for the disabled, primarily those with severe mental illness.
Planned Parenthood Golden Gate $15,000 Help maintain a full-time Community Health Educator in San Francisco in order to teach reproductive health and sex education classes for adolescents.
Project Open Hand $10,000 Fund the Grocery Center Program which allows clients with AIDS access to the food center on a weekly basis.
Resources for Community Development $10,000 Assist formerly homeless people with onsite supportive services at 28 affordable sites throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
Richmond District Neighborhood Center $10,000 Provide after-school tutoring services to 125 accademically needy youth.
Sacred Heart and St. Dominic School (SHSD) $20,000 Funding for the Megan Furth Academy, an academic college-preparatory school located in the inner city of San Francisco.
The SAGE Project, Inc. (Standing Against Global Exploitation) $5,000 Fund the Girls' Survivor Services program to help girls aged 12-17 who are at risk of exploitation and entry into the sex industry.
San Domenico School for Girls $5,000 Support the financial aid program for secondary school students to create a diverse student body.
San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium $20,000 Fund urgent care on the streets for the homeless through the Street Outreach Services medical van.
San Francisco Family Support House, Inc. dba Ronald McDonald House of San Francisco, Inc. $5,000 Fund the Ronald McDonald Home which provides services to families with seriously ill children.
San Francisco Food Bank $25,000 Fund the distribution of more than 53,000 meals to hungry children, seniors, and adults every day.
San Francisco Particular Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul $15,000 Fund a Women's Case Manager position at the Riley Center, a residence providing shelter and empowerment to women and children affected by domestic violence.
San Francisco School Volunteers $10,000 Fund the Parent/Family Involvement Training Program which helps immigrants and disadvantaged understand how the school system works.
San Francisco Suicide Prevention $5,000 Support the Youth Risk Reduction and Education Program to reduce suicidal behavior and self destruction behaviors.
San Francisco Women Against Rape $15,000 Fund Students Talking About Non-Violent Dating, a teen educatioin and awareness program.
San Mateo County Interfaith Hospitality Network $10,000 Provide direct services to homeless families including shelter, case management, and advocacy.
YMCA of San Francisco/Shih Yu-Lang Central YMCA of San Francisco $10,000 Fund the Tenderloin Youth Development Program serving at-risk and disadvantaged youth between the ages of 12 and 18.
Stepping Stones Growth Center $5,000 Fund the Youth Program which serves 30 at-risk youth with a variety of physical, mental, and developmental disabilities.
Sunny Hills Services $10,000 Fund residential services for children and teens who have been abused and suffer from behavioral or mental health problems.
Support For Families of Children with Disabilities $15,000 Provide San Francisco families who have disabled children with access to support, information, and education services.
Support Network for Battered Women $10,000 Provide legal assistance, case management, crisis counseling, and drop-in support groups to women in the La Familia Program.
Swords to Plowshares $20,000 Fund legal counseling and representation to 350 veterans seeking medical and financial benefits from the federal government.
Tenderloin AIDS Resource Center $25,000 Fund an employment and vocational training specialist to help homeless Tenderloin residents gain the needed skills to work in health care positions at TARC.
Bar Association of San Francisco Volunteer Legal Services Program (for the Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic) $10,000 Help domestic violence survivors and their children establish stable lives through the provision of free legal services.
Youth and Family Enrichment Services $15,000 Fund Healthy Homes, the only program in San Mateo County designed to support children 0-5 years old who have witnessed family violence.
TOTAL 2005 GRANTS $1,055,000