2020 Grant Recipients

GRANT AWARDS AND PAYMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2020

ORGANIZATION PROGRAM GRANT AWARD
BAYCAT For after-school programs and internships that prepare youth for careers in the digital media arts.

$15,000

Brava! for Women in the Arts To support the San Francisco Running Crew, a technical production training program for youth ages 13 to 18.

$10,000

Bread Project To support the 4-week Bakery Bootcamp, which provides 130 hours of instruction and on-the-job training in the baking industry.

$10,000

Collective Action Studio To train 20 high school students in Oakland to design and produce professional silk-screened prints at local fairs and festivals.

$10,000

Conservation Corps North Bay To provide 200 youth with 6 to 12 months of paid, on-the-job training in three career pathways: natural resources, zero waste, and the construction trades.

$10,000

Creekside School To upgrade the school’s kitchen to enable the launch of a culinary program for students with autism.

$10,000

Girls Inc. of Alameda County For paid, 4-week professional internships for high school girls.

$10,000

Hiller Aviation Museum To support an annual team engineering design challenge for 1,000 students in grades 4 through 8.

$8,500

Ignite To support programming that exposes 350 young women to careers in public service. 

$10,000

NatureBridge For the Teen Environmental Education Mentorship Program, which is a 10-month program that prepares youth for paid seasonal jobs at NatureBridge’s summer day camp.

$10,000

Olinga Learning To teach 36 middle school students to develop and employ technology that helps farmers and ranchers to use water more efficiently.

$15,000

OnePurpose School To support project-based learning programs.

$5,000

Project Wreckless To train 24 at-risk youth in auto mechanics through the restoration of classic cars at a garage in the Bayview.

$15,000

Santa Rosa Junior College Foundation To establish an endowment to provide annually 10 Career Education Certificate students with a $1,000 scholarship.

$10,000

Teen Services Sonoma To provide 30 high school students in Sonoma with culinary training.

$10,000

The Crucible To offer a summer internship for youth, ages 15 to 18, in which they serve as teaching assistants in industrial arts classes.

$10,000

Youth Beat To provide vocational training in digital media to 370 under-resourced middle and high school students in Oakland.

$10,000