Making an Impact: Listing of Our Grant Awards

Note: Click on the name of the organization to go to its website.

IMPACT 100 REDWOOD CIRCLE COMMUNITY GRANTS
2017 COMMUNITY GRANTS –

ARTSTART will offer art classes as a shared experience for foster children and their Court Appointed Special Advocates (artstart.us).

CERES COMMUNITY PROJECT will complete the installation of a 1/3 acre vegetable garden at the SAY Dream Center in Santa Rosa (ceresproject.org).

CLEAN RIVER ALLIANCE will expand its program to teach homeless people clean camping skills and trash removal, while keeping the Russian River clean (cleanriveralliance.org).

THE LIVING ROOM will provide 600 food-to-go meals, and simple cooking classes, to homeless women and children in Sonoma County (thelivingroomsc.org).

PDI SURGERY CENTER will distribute 3,460 oral health kits, and essential information about dental care and services, to low-income families in Sonoma County (www.pdisurgerycenter.org).

$100,000 IMPACT 100 REDWOOD CIRCLE ANNUAL GRANTS

 

2016/2017 Grant – Food for Thought

For 26 years Food for Thought has provided nutrition services for people affected with HIV/AIDS in Sonoma County. Impact 100 RC monies will fund a pilot program to provide these comprehensive nutritional services to people affected by other chronic illnesses.

Impact 100 Redwood Circle Awards 2017 Impact Grant - Food for Thought

 

 

 

 

2015/2016 Grant – VOICES

VOICES is an innovative nonprofit that provides youth with the resources they need to make the leap from foster care to successful, independent adulthood. Impact 100 RC monies will be used to develop and implement a “Foster Youth Navigation Program”, which is aimed at increasing the percentage of foster youth successfully matriculating through college.

 

 

 

 

IMPACT 100 REDWOOD CIRCLE COMMUNITY GRANTS

2016 COMMUNITY GRANTS –

  1. Community Support Network’s Sanctuary House – extend the contract of the counselor working with the young adults at sanctuary house. These young adults are homeless and/or transitioning from foster care.
  2. PALS (Paws as Loving Support) assistance dog program – work with at-risk youth at Journey High teaching them to train service dogs for children with disabilities.
  3. Sonoma County Public Library Foundation’s free bookmobile – increase service of the bookmobile by putting it on the road more often thus increasing the populations served
  4. SRJC Foundation’s HEP (High School Diploma) program – provide parking permits and bookstore vouchers to students so that they can continue their schooling
  5. UC Cooperative Extension Sonoma’s food recovery coalition – develop a food recovery directory and a food waste awareness campaign