2016 Grant History


  • Aim High for High School, San Francisco, CA – $15,000
    Summer learning program, supporting low-income Bay Area middle school students
  • Life Learning Academy, San Francisco, CA – $17,500
    College Readiness Program, preparing high-need students for academic, employment, and life success
  • SEO Scholars, San Francisco, CA  – $15,000
    Educational and career programs for young people from underserved communities to maximize college and career success


  • Jacob’s Heart Children’s Cancer Support Services, Watsonville, CA – $20,000
    Comprehensive, family-centered support to improve the quality of life for children with life-threatening (likely terminal) illnesses

Outdoor Education

  • Edgewood Center for Children and Families, San Francisco, CA – $10,000
    Camp Edgewood, connecting youth with mental health challenges to nature and environmental stewardship
  • Pie Ranch, Pescadero, CA – $15,000
    Farm trips for 100 students from low-income high schools in San Francisco
  • Ventana Wilderness Alliance, Santa Cruz, CA – $15,000
    Youth in Wilderness Program, connecting underserved students from Central California to their public wetlands
  • Watsonville Wetlands Watch, Watsonville, CA – $10,000
    Wetlands Stewards, providing hands-on outdoor experiences for low-income Watsonville youth

Human Services

  • Season of Sharing Fund, San Francisco, CA – $2,500
    Support for families in need throughout the San Francisco Bay Area

Philanthropic Support

  • The Foundation Center, San Francisco, CA – $1,000
    Providing complimentary and low-cost fundraising and capacity building programming for nonprofit professionals