Past Grantees

  • Girls Leading Girls is the first ever all girls organization with all women coaches. Their mission is to train girls to be leaders through soccer. Girls Leading Girls was one of 5 recipients in 2020 and received $7,091 to increase training for staff, coaches and board members.
  • WISE Health was founded in 2015 to work with organizations to design, implement, and evaluate solutions to major public health issues. Their mission is to spark innovative solutions and strategies to engage healthy communities and they were one of 5 recipients in 2020 and received $7,091 to reduce the cost of off-site printing and sustain the production they purchased a printer, ink, and other marketing items.
  • IT Bookman Community Center’s mission is to implement quality, service-enriched activities and programs that address food security, aging in place, health disparities, barrier removal, physical fitness, diet, and social engagement.  They were one of 5 recipients in 2020 and received $7,091 to hire financial account consultants to assist in completing Federal and State Taxes, as well as building out a solid financial model and financial documents needed in garnering grants, loans and sponsors (both individual and corporate). IT Bookman Community Center reapplied in 2022 and received $10,000 to continue this work for financial infrastructure for organizational stability and growth.
  • KEEN SF‘s mission is to empower youth with disabilities and impact volunteer coaches through participation in free, non-competitive, one-on-one programs of physical activity and fun, supporting the overall health and well-being of all participants. KEEN SF was one of 5 recipients in 2020 and received $7,091 to develop and enhance KEEN Connections (and train volunteer mentors) to ensure support for families and special needs kids during Covid-19.
  • Friends of Alemany Farm was one of 5 recipients in 2020 and received $7,091 to hire a consultant to support the organization throughout the process of updating its mission, vision and governing structure.
  • Life After Next’s mission is to empower the formerly incarcerated, transitional age youth and system impacted individuals with the tools to champion their next life. Life After Next offers wrap-around Holistic Reentry Services for individuals returning home from incarceration. As a part of our programs, we will have a variety of classes/workshops focused on living a healthy lifestyle. They received a $10,000 mini-grant in 2022 to purchase technology and equipment to provide the best nutritional and culinary classes that will include easy access to virtual assistance to members when needed.
  • Northridge Co-op Homes CommUNITY Garden’s mission is to provide opportunities for our youth and young adults to work together cooperatively, in a safe setting and learn how to grow, distribute and use fresh, healthy produce from soil to table. In 10 years, they’ve grown and distributed nearly 3.5 tons of produce, mostly free of charge to their 300 residents and nearby neighbors. Northridge received a $10,000 mini-grant in 2022 to fund leadership training and strategic planning.

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