Home Prior Grants Grants During Fiscal 2006

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NAME OF GRANTEE GRANT PURPOSE OF GRANT
American Foundation for the Blind, Inc. $10,000 Funding for a Transition workshop tailored to the needs of Californians.
The Arc of San Francisco $15,000 Funding for a housing advocate to help adults with developmental disabilities find housing.
Asian Neighborhood Design $10,000 Provides funds for training in construction and life skills for low-income youth and young adults.
b.a.y. fund $10,000 b.a.y. fund makes a ten-year commitment to help disadvantaged students from 7th grade through college.
Bay Area Women Against Rape $15,000 Funds will provide access for Latinas through culturally-sensitive sexual assualt services.
Bayview Hunters Point Multipurpose Senior Services, Inc. $5,000 Ensure the healthy re-entry of senior ex-offenders back into the community.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area $7,500 Provides local children with positive one-on-one role models.
The Bread Project $5,000 Provides baking and cooking training for low-income people that will lead to jobs in the food industry.
California Masonic Memorial Temple $10,000 Funds for capital campaign to renovate the endomosaic mural at the temple.
Centro Legal de la Raza $10,000 Project provides free legal services for low-income, Latino students in Oakland to help youth succeed in school.
Child Haven, Inc. $2,500 Provides improved assessment of children's developmental delays through a research-based assessment tool.
Children's Book Project $5,000 Encourages literacy by distributing over 135,000 children's books to needy children.
Children's Hospital and Research Center at Oakland $15,000 Bridge funding to retain staff until National Institutes of Health grant is received.
Chinatown Community Development Center dba SRO Families United Collaborative $10,000 The Collaborative's mission is to improve the living conditions of mostly-immigrant families living in single room occupancy hotels.
Clausen House Community Center $10,000 Funds will expand yoga classes for developmentally disabled adults.
Community Violence Solutions $10,000 Funding supports Stepping Stones Counseling Center, which offers support for individuals who have been sexually abused or assaulted.
Community Works (SF Sheriff's Department) $5,000 Provide funding for ROOTS, a program for children and youth with incarcerated family members.
Continuum HIV Day Services $10,000 Provide case management for women of color at high risk of acquiring HIV and hepatitis C.
Crisis Support Services of Alameda County $10,000 Funding for Teens for Life program, which teaches youth to recognize symptoms of depression and suicide and seek resources for help.
Dolores Street Community Services $10,000 Offers binlingual, culturally-sensitive case management to homeless Latino immigrants.
East Bay Community Law Center $15,000 Addresses the needs of low-income children through the Alameda County Medical-Legal Collaborative with Children's Hospital.
East Oakland Community Project $15,000 Empower 40-60 homeless families each year to secure housing, employment, and healthy relationships.
Estrella Family Services $10,000 Purchase a new and inovative science and math curriculum for preschoolers.
Family Builders by Adoption $10,000 Fund the Forever Family Project which helps stabilize families through the pre-and post-adoption process.
Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (FESCO) $15,000 Provides services at Banyan House to help homeless become self-sustaining.
Family Violence Law Center $10,000 Supports the Relationship Abuse Prevention project which provides teens with violence prevention education.
Food Runners $5,000 Proceeds will be used to distribute 10-15 tons of perishable food each week.
Foundatiion of the State Bar of California $10,000 Support the Jim Pfeiffer Memorial Fund.
Foundation for Hearing Research, Inc. $10,000 Funding for salary support to provide early intervention services, ensuring that deaf children will be mainstreamed into local schools.
Girls Incorporated of Alameda County $10,000 Funding for two mental health clinicians to work with Oakland preschool organizations.
GirlSource, Inc. $10,000 Provides academic, college, career, and life planning services for low-incom women.
Habitot Children's Museum $5,000 Fund the Family Outreach Program to help caregivers guide children's growth.
Haight Ashbury Food Program $10,000 Support a specialist to assist graduates of the Food Service Job Training Program.
Healdsburg Community Nursery School $6,500 Purchase a new heating system for the Parent Cooperative Nursery School.
Henry Ohlhoff House dba Ohlhoff Recovery Programs $10,000 Funds the Ohlhoff Women's Program, which provides addiction therapy in a safe and sober environment.
A Home Within, Inc. $10,000 Support the Children's Psychotherapy Project which provides pro-bono counseling to children and youth in foster care.
Horizon Services, Inc. $10,000 Funds provided to maintain counseling services for clients with multiple issues of drugs, mental health, and homelessness.
Huckleberry Youth Programs $10,000 Funding supports health educational services at middle and high schools.
Industry Initiatives for Science and Math Education $10,000 Places 16 high school science teachers within the science and engineering research labs at Stanford.
Julia Morgan School for Girls $10,000 Provide scholarships to girls from underprivileged backgrounds.
Junior League of Oakland-East Bay, Inc. $10,000 Provides support for Super Stars Literacy Program, designed to improve academic and social development of at-risk Oakland students.
La Casa de las Madres $15,000 Funding for shelter and counseling services for victims of domestic violence.
La Raza Centro Legal $10,000 Support the Immigrant Rights Project which seeks to assist immigrants with legal rights.
Latina Breast Cancer Agency $10,000 Provides breast cancer prevention and treatment services for low-income Latina women.
Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area $15,000 Fund increased outreach to low-income individuals and improved tracking of clients and volunteers.
Legal Aid of Napa Valley $10,000 Expand the Senior Legal Services Program to provide free legal service to residents over 60.
Legal Services for Children, Inc. $10,000 Helps young women with legal and social services to stabilize their lives
Lifehouse, Inc. $15,000 Operates a residential and support program for 300 individuals with severe physical and cognitive disabilities
Link to Children, The $15,000 Provide mental health services to children in need.
Lion's Blind Center of Diablo Valley $5,000 Provides independent living skills to the visually impaired in Contra Costa County.
Living Skills Center for the Visually Impaired $38,500 Funding for a wheelchair-accessible mini-van, converted to meet ADA standards.
Loaves & Fishes of Contra Costa $25,000 Serves all who are hungry in Contra Costa County.
Marin Center for Independent Living $10,000 Provides access to the Attendant Referral Registry to aid people with disabilities to access screened caregivers.
Meals on Wheels of San Francisco, Inc. $10,000 Delivers meals and services to isolated seniors.
National Center for Youth Law $10,000 Diverts teenagers with mental health problems away from the juvenile justice system and towards appropriate mental health services.
National Kidney Foundation of Northern California, Inc. $10,000 Support the Kidney Kids Camp.
Network on Women in Prison dba Legal Services for Prisoners with Children $10,000 Support the Free Battered Women's Parole Advocacy Project which works for the release of battered women serving unjust life sentences in California.
Network on Women in Prison dba Legal Services for Prisoners with Children $10,000 Support for the Battered Women's Habeas Project.
Next Door $10,000 Fund the HomeSafe Transitional Living Sites for battered women.
North & South Market Adult Day Health Corporation $10,000 Funding for transportation so frail elders and disabled adults can access health care and support services in the Tenderloin.
Northern Light School $10,000 Provide tuition for pre-school to grade eight for families otherwise unable to afford private school education.
Okizu Foundation $10,000 Fund a one-week summer camp for families dealing with childhood cancer.
Opportunity Junction $10,000 Places low-income residents of Contra Costa County into career-track positions.
Parents Helping Parents $10,000 Provides parent education, training, and support services related to special education.
Pathways Hospice Foundation $10,000 Subsidizes hospice care to patients without insurance.
Peninsula Association for Retarded Children and Adults (Parca) $10,000 Provides support services to allow tenants to live independently at Page Mill Court.
Pittsburg Pre-School and Community Council, Inc. $15,000 Fund a portion of the first-year salary for a state-certified child care teacher
Planned Parenthood: Shasta-Diablo $10,000 Sustain PPSD's capacity to offer reproductive health services in West Contra Costa County.
Prescott-Joseph Center for Community Enhancement, Inc. $10,000 Support for family services at Prescott Elementary School, to create a safe and supportive environment at home and in school.
Project Avary, Inc. $20,000 Offers Bay Area children with incarcerated parents a year-round support, mentoring, and enrichment program.
Raphael House of San Francisco, Inc. $10,000 Supports children's services at a shelter for homeless families.
St. Charles School $6,500 Support the library program to purchase books and equipment.
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital $15,000 Expand and upgrade the emergency department.
San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium $10,000 Provides medical care to homeless San Franciscans by using a mobile van.
San Francisco Family Support House, Inc. dba Ronald McDonald House of San Francisco, Inc. $5,000 Provides temporary lodging for families as they care for seriously ill children.
San Francisco School Volunteers $10,000 Funds volunteers to work with six diverse underperforming schools in San Francisco.
San Francisco Suicide Prevention $5,000 Funding for Youth Risk Reduction Programto help curb youth suicides in San Francisco.
San Francisco Women Against Rape $10,000 Provides training for students to minimize episodes of abuse and rape.
The Shanti Project, Inc. $10,000 Provides support services to low-income women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition $5,000 Provides alternatives for low-income Latino communities to address health and food concerns.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Alameda County $10,000 Fund salaries and supplies for a drop-in center that provides safety net services for low-income and homeless women and children.
South of Market Child Care, Inc. $5,000 Provides early childhood development services for children from low-income and homeless families.
Springboard Forward $20,000 Springboard's mission is to partner with business and community organizations to help low-wage earners move past entry-level jobs.
Stanbridge Academy $25,000 Provide tuition funds for students with learning disabilities.
Sterne School $10,000 Fund scholarships for low-income students.
Sunny Hills Services $10,000 Support residential services for children and teens who have been abused and suffer mental health problems as a result.
Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Association $5,000 Support the Expanded Learning Program, a collaboratiion with Francisco Middle School, to help students aspire to attend college.
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation $10,000 Support TNDC's After-School Program, to help children and youth living in a challenging neighborhood.
TransAccess $10,000 Support the job placement component of the School-to-Career program for youth with disabilities.
Tri-City Homeless Coalition $10,000 Funding for the Children's Program at a 24-hour emergency homeless shelter in Fremont.
Bar Association of San Francisco Volunteer Legal Services Program (for the Cooperative Restraining Order Clinic) $10,000 Educates women who need information on and assistance in obtaining domestic violence restraining orders.
Wardrobe for Opportunity $10,000 Support Pathways to Opportunity: skill-building workshops for entry-level working women.
We Care Society, Inc. (We Care Services For Children) $10,000 Support East Bay families of children diagnosed with autism.
West County Adult Day Care and Alzheimers Respite Center $10,000 Provide direct personal care services to improve health outcomes for elderly clients.
Women's Initiative for Self Employment $15,000 Offers a microenterprise training program in Spanish to teach Latina immigrants the basics of business management.
Women's Recovery Association $5,000 Provides a stable healing environment for children while their mothers are in treatment for addiction.
YWCA of San Francisco & Marin $10,000 Offers counseling for at-risk girls.
TOTAL 2006 GRANTS $1,031,500