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With our Community Grants, we emphasize supporting organizations that provide housing to the most vulnerable members of our community.
Our grantees work to provide temporary, transitional, or permanent supportive housing to local communities that are especially at risk—families experiencing homelessness, youth exiting foster care, and women escaping domestic violence.
We are grateful to partner with organizations such as Ariel Outreach Mission and Global Communication, Education and Art that provide culturally centered, stabilizing transitional housing to women and their children who are survivors of domestic violence or who may be experiencing homelessness. Greater Richmond Interfaith Program, western Contra Costa County’s largest community-supported family homeless shelter, and WeHOPE, who offers hope and shelter in San Francisco and San Mateo counties, are responding to the critical homelessness crisis with committed case managers and services that ensure clients are best prepared to thrive. 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic emphasizes an evidence-based Housing First model and serves young adults and foster youth by providing food, shelter, and placement in permanent housing.
Our 2023 Community Grant Cohort
Partnering with the City of San Francisco to operate the Lower Polk TAY (transition age youth) Navigation Center, providing shelter, meals and case management to youth and young adults. Additional services include a medical clinic, youth development programs and educational support.
Providing temporary housing and support services to women and their children in crisis, as well as other grassroots support services for very low-income residents of East Oakland and the East Bay.
Working with youth exiting foster care, providing housing, coaching and other services to empower youth to achieve successful and independent adult lives.
Helping immigrants from Africa with housing support services, legal assistance, employment help, and other support services through a community-based model.
Providing the only shelter for families experiencing homelessness in Western Contra Costa County. Services include case management, housing navigation, and youth programs.
Providing temporary housing to women experiencing violence, addiction, and homelessness and their children.
Providing cooperative supportive housing and services to women with children while helping them transition to independent living.
Providing family-centered shelter to low-income families and those experiencing homelessness to help them achieve stability and independence.
Supporting people to become healthy, employed, and housed using innovative solutions, including a low-barrier 24/7 shelter with case management services, transitional and permanent housing, as well as mobile homeless services.
Partnering with congregations in Contra Costa County to provide families with shelter and meals in indoor tents 38 weeks per year.
Let's Make an Impact Together!
Episcopal Impact Fund promotes innovative, long-term solutions to addressing the root causes of poverty in the San Francisco Bay Area.
With our Community Grants, we support nonprofits who are reducing the barriers to housing stability for our most vulnerable neighbors. These organizations provide temporary, transitional, or permanent supportive housing with comprehensive support services for families, youth, or young adults.
Our granting cycle is currently closed and will re-open in 2024.
Contact Episcopal Impact Fund at email@example.com with any questions.
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