2014 Social Service Grants

Grants in this area cover a broad range of community issues of interest to the Foundation.  Broadly stated, they cover the areas of: youth programs, food aid, affordable housing, and patient quality of life.  (Total grants $115,000)

Adler Aphasia CenterMaywood, NJ.  $5,000 to support advocacy, education, and training for healthcare and service providers.

Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California, Mountain View, CA.  $5,000 to support the Memories in the Making program.

Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program, Berkeley, CA.  $2,500 to support the adaptive cycling program.

Challenged Athletes Foundation, San Diego, CA.  $2,500 to support the Catch a Rising Star program.  

City HarvestNew York, NY.  $10,000 to support the Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative.

First DescentsGreenwood Village, CO.  $5,000 to support camp programs.

God's Love We DeliverNew York, NY.  $5,000 to support the cost of home-delivered meals and nutrition counseling.

Habitat for HumanityNew York, NY.  $7,500 to support their National Service (AmeriCorps/VISTA) program.

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco, San Francisco, CA.  $7,500 to support their National Service (AmeriCorps/VISTA) program.

Can Do Multiple Sclerosis, Edwards, CO.  $10,000 to support the Center’s CAN DO medical programs.

Make A Wish FoundationSan Francisco, CA.  $10,000 to support wish fulfillment and a part-time social media position.

The Painted Turtle Camp, Malibu, CA.  $5,000 to support attendance by Bay Area youth at the organization’s medical camp programs.

Project Open HandSan Francisco, CA.  $5,000 to support the Homebound Critically Ill program.

Riverdale Mental Health AssociationBronx, NY.  $2,500 to support the Chances of Children Institute.

Roundup River RanchAvon, CO.  $10,000 for general operating funds.

Second Harvest Food BankSan Jose, CA.  $10,000 to support the produce distribution efforts.

Treasure Island Sailing CenterSan Francisco, CA.  $5,000 to support their youth sailing program.

Star Vista Redwood City, CA.  $5,000 to support Youth Development Projects at Sequoia High School.

Youth Enrichment StrategiesRichmond, CA.  $2,500 to support their summer and family camp programs.

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