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3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic

$30,000

Partnering with the City of San Francisco to operate the Lower Polk TAY (transitional 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.

Housing Security

All Saints Episcopal Church, San Leandro

$5,000

All Saints Episcopal Church operates a robust twice-monthly food pantry that distributes three large bags of groceries per household to local neighbors. Each food pantry is currently frequented by nearly 400 households per month.​ [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

Ariel Outreach Mission

$50,000

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.

Housing Security

Art with Elders

$1,500

Using the power of art, creativity, and community to enrich the journey of aging. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Beyond Emancipation

$30,000

Working with youth exiting foster care, providing housing, coaching and other services to empower youth to achieve successful and independent adult lives.

Housing Security

Building Futures

$1,500

Building communities with underserved individuals and families, where they are safely and supportively housed, free from homelessness and domestic violence. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency

$1,500

Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency provides a variety of programs and services tailored to assist justice-involved individuals in the East Bay successfully reintegrate into the community, transition into stable housing, reunify with family, and develop healthy relationships. [Focus area: Justice and Safety]

Poverty Relief

California Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

$20,000

California Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) raises awareness of the need for Court Appointed Special Advocates across our state and provides support, advice, resources, and oversight to maintain high-quality programs that serve children’s best interests. CASA advocates for legislation that benefits children in foster care. [Focus area: Advocacy]

Poverty Relief

California Pacific Medical Center (Mission/Bernal campus)

$358,900

The Perinatal Mental Healthcare Program provides critical psychiatric and psychological care to pregnant women and new mothers. By embedding this program within existing labor and delivery services, we ensure that women receive the care they need in a familiar and trusted setting. The Pediatric Mental Healthcare Program brings onsite, outpatient mental health care resources to low-income children and their families. Our grant enables these services to be offered free of charge to all patients. [Focus area: Healthcare]

Poverty Relief

Christ Church, Portola Valley & Woodside

$2,500

Christ Church Portola Valley & Woodside provides linens and other household supplies to residents of the LifeMoves Family Shelter program, in an ongoing effort to support families experiencing poverty in their community.​

Poverty Relief

Christ Episcopal Church, Alameda

$5,000

The seasonal warming shelter at Christ Church Alameda provides shelter, showers, toiletries, meals, and a network of support to individuals experiencing homelessness in Alameda.​

Housing Security

Christ Episcopal Church, Sausalito

$3,000

Christ Church Sausalito provides substantial homemade meals to 25-30 food insecure and isolated seniors weekly in the Sausalito/Marin City area.​ [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

City Hope San Francisco

$1,500

Providing a trusted gathering place and creatively offer as many elements of home as possible for our neighbors on the margins in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

El Buen Pastor, Belmont

$5,000

El Buen Pastor’s new Dental Micro-grant Program provides access to emergency dental services for people on the Peninsula, particularly in Redwood City and East Palo Alto.​ [Focus area: Healthcare]

Poverty Relief

Episcopal Church of the Nativity, San Rafael (The Street Chaplaincy)

$3,000

The mission of The Street Chaplaincy is to bring compassionate spiritual care to unsheltered people in Marin and to build and strengthen a community that includes housed and unhoused people. With their Chaplain and volunteers from faith communities, the chaplaincy visits homeless persons where they are; supports them in finding financial assistance, housing, and medical care; and provides 70-80 hot meals at their weekly Wellness Gathering. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco

$5,100

Episcopal Community Services helps homeless and very low-income people obtain the housing, jobs, shelter, and essential services each person needs to prevent and end homelessness.

Housing Security

Global Communication, Education and Art

$50,000

Helping immigrants from Africa with housing support services, legal assistance, employment help, and other support services through a community-based model.

Housing Security

Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

$8,256

The Community Preschool at Grace Cathedral provides high-quality early childhood education, with a focus on building an intentionally socio-economically diverse student population. The Jail Ministry creates recordings of incarcerated parents reading books to their children, and provides those recordings to their families. [Focus area: Education, Justice and Safety]

Poverty Relief

Greater Richmond Interfaith Program

$35,000

Providing the only shelter for families experiencing homelessness in Western Contra Costa County. Services include case management, housing navigation, daily meal service, and youth programs.

Housing Security

Holy Child and St. Martin Episcopal Church, Daly City

$2,000

Holy Child supports approximately 50 households experiencing food insecurity and poverty per food bank by providing healthy, fresh delicious groceries. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

Holy Family Episcopal Church, Half Moon Bay

$5,000

For over 20 years, Holy Family Episcopal Church in Half Moon Bay, with the support of numerous civic and faith groups together with local social service agencies, has led a community school backpack drive. Annually, the program servers over 450 low-income children, particularly the children of local migrant farm worker families, who receive a new backpack and a tote filled with grade-appropriate school supplies. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Homeless Youth Alliance

$400

Homeless Youth Alliance exists to meet youth experiencing homelessness where they are, and to help them build healthier lives. They believe that reducing harm is possible through the provision of accessible, non-judgmental outreach, one-on-one counseling, and medical and mental health care. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Homeward Bound of Marin

$1,500

Providing solutions to homelessness and advocacy in Marin County with services designed to end homelessness for every person served, whatever their circumstances.

Housing Security

Hope Solutions

$3,750

Hope Solutions’ housing-first approach, coupled with supportive services, brings dignity to their clients and helps them rebuild their community.

Housing Security

Housing Consortium of the East Bay

$10,000

Housing Consortium of the East Bay creates inclusive communities for individuals with developmental disabilities or other special needs through quality affordable housing and unhoused interventions in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.

Housing Security

Insight Housing

$1,500

Providing emergency food and shelter, transitional housing, rapid rehousing, and permanent supportive housing with support services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

Housing Security

New Creation Home Ministries

$30,000

Providing temporary housing to women experiencing violence, addiction, and homelessness and their children. 

Housing Security

Oakland Elizabeth House

$30,000

Providing cooperative supportive housing and services to women with children while helping them transition to independent living. 

Housing Security

Ohlhoff Recovery Programs

$6,100

Providing support for the expansion of the Women's Residential Program. [Focus area: Healthcare]

Poverty Relief

Parent Voices Oakland (PVO)

$20,000

Parent Voices Oakland (PVO) is a parent-led grassroots organization that advocates for affordable, accessible, quality childcare. PVO organizes and empowers families with the highest need to build effective campaigns toward economic and educational justice. [Focus area: Advocacy]

Poverty Relief

Peninsula Family Service

$1,500

Strengthening the East Bay community by providing children, families, and older adults the support and tools to realize their full potential and lead healthy, stable lives. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Raphael House

$25,000

Providing family-centered shelter to low-income families and those experiencing homelessness to help them achieve stability and independence. 

Housing Security

Sojourn Chaplaincy

$19,400

Providing spiritual care and emotional support to some of the most marginalized residents of San Francisco at San Francisco General Hospital. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, Bolinas

$1,500

St. Aidan's is expanding its "Soup Saturdays" program to fill a three-day gap of unmet need for meals in their community. These nourishing meals not only provide much needed sustenance but also fellowship as housed congregants sit down together with their low-income and unhoused neighbors. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Livermore

$3,000

Through Laundry Love, a program that provides free laundry services for those who cannot usually afford to wash their clothes, St. Bartholomew's and St. Clare's team up to provide payment for laundry services as well as fellowship for those who attend in Livermore. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

St. Clare’s Episcopal Church, Pleasanton

$3,500

Clare's Fare Community Garden raises fresh, organic produce for those in need in their community. Founded in 2020, the garden is a joint mission between volunteer gardeners from the community and St. Clare’s. More than 5,000 pounds of fruits and vegetables have been raised and distributed throughout Pleasanton, Dublin, Livermore, San Ramon, and Danville. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church, Novato

$2,000

St. Francis Free Food Pantry was founded during the pandemic, in response to the increased need in the local community.  It supports a neighborhood where more than 20% of residents live at or below the poverty line—people who are homeless, unemployed, underemployed, single parents, low-income families and seniors with real faces, real stories, and real needs. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$4,000

Founded in 2000, The Food Pantry at St. Gregory provides free, healthy groceries for up to 600 hungry families every Saturday. St. Gregory's is proud to host the Pantry right around the altar in their church building. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$5,000

With this funding, the church will renovate part of the kitchen and onsite storage, both regularly used by community groups such as Faith in Action, The Gubbio Project, and Julian Pantry. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Oakland

$3,500

St. John’s VISION (Volunteers in Support of Oakland’s Needs) provides basic needs (food, clothing, shoes, blankets) to the homeless in Alameda County. Fifty VISION volunteers provide scheduling, purchasing, food preparation and transportation. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Ross

$1,500

St. John’s Church makes and delivers up to 150 nutritious meals a month for low-income and unhoused people in Marin County through its partnership with St. Vincent’s DePaul Society of Marin. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Berkeley

$4,000

St. Mark's congregation provides a hot meal to those in need in our community on the third Saturday of every month. Volunteers also provide bag lunches. During the winter holidays special extras such as socks and gloves are donated by St. Mark's Church parishioners and distributed. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Palo Alto

$5,000

St. Mark’s collaborates with Correctional Institutions Chaplaincy to support trauma-informed chaplaincy services to incarcerated people in Santa Clara County. The program supports incarcerated individuals, the vast majority of whom are from poverty, in using writing to explore their memories, lives and dreams, offers spiritual support and volunteer interaction to promote healing and restoration. [Focus area: Justice and Safety]

Poverty Relief

St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$5,000

St. Mary’s helps people secure the housing, financial, legal, and support resources they need to live independent lives of dignity while securing legal protection and eventually asylum in the United States. [Focus area: Justice and Safety]

Poverty Relief

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Belvedere

$2,000

St. Stephen’s Church makes and delivers over 100 nutritious meals a week for low-income and unhoused people in Marin County though its relationship with St. Vincent’s DePaul Society of Marin. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

The Gubbio Project

$15,000

The Gubbio Project provides houseless guests in San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood with sacred sleep, access to basic healthcare, daily provisions, and supplies necessary for those living on the streets.

Housing Security

Trinity + St. Peter's

$500

Purchased a dishwasher for the church kitchen, for use in food distribution programs. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

Trinity Center

$1,500

Removing barriers to stable housing through compassionate services, education, shelter, and advocacy in Walnut Creek.

Housing Security

True Sunshine Episcopal Church

$10,000

True Sunshine Episcopal Church supports seniors in their San Francisco Chinatown community and neighborhood with programs and services created to meet their specific needs.

Poverty Relief

WeHOPE

$30,000

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. 

Housing Security

Winter Nights Family Shelter

$10,000

Partnering with congregations in Contra Costa County to provide families with shelter and meals in indoor tents 38 weeks per year.​

Housing Security

3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic

$30,000

3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic partners with the City and County of San Francisco to operate the Lower Polk Transitional 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.

Housing Security

A Diamond in the Ruff

$10,000

A Diamond in the Ruff provides emergency and transitional housing for women and their children in Alameda County who are survivors of domestic violence and experiencing housing and economic instability.

Housing Security

All Saints Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$5,000

Haight Ashbury Community Services, housed at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, provides a hot, nutritious meal to up to 120 of food-insecure neighbors, including families who are unhoused. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

All Saints Episcopal Church, San Leandro

$6,495

All Saints Episcopal Church operates a robust twice monthly food pantry that distributes three large bags of groceries per household to local neighbors. Each food pantry is currently frequented by 300 households – triple the pre-pandemic rate. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

All Souls Episcopal Church, Berkeley

$3,500

All Souls Parish serves a monthly “Open Door” jambalaya dinner to residents of their new affordable senior residence Jordan Court. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

Art with Elders

$1,500

Using the power of art, creativity, and community to enrich the journey of aging. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Attitudinal Healing Connection

$5,000

Attitudinal Healing Connection empowers individuals to be self-aware and inspired through art, creativity, and education, and to make positive choices to break the cycle of violence for themselves and their communities. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Beyond Emancipation

$30,000

Beyond Emancipation works with youth exiting foster care, providing housing, coaching and other services to empower youth to achieve successful and independent adult lives.

Housing Security

Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (B.O.S.S.)

$25,000

Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency provides a variety of programs and services tailored to assist justice-involved individuals successful reintegrate into the community, transition into stable housing, reunify with family, and develop healthy relationships. [Focus area: Justice and Safety]

Poverty Relief

California Court Appointed Special Advocates Association (CASA)

$20,000

CASA raises awareness of the need for Court Appointed Special Advocates across our state and provides support, advice, resources, and oversight to maintain high-quality programs that serve children’s best interests. CASA advocates for legislation that benefits children in foster care. [Focus area: Advocacy]

Poverty Relief

California Pacific Medical Center (Mission/Bernal campus)

$368,600

The Perinatal Mental Healthcare Program provides critical psychiatric and psychological care to pregnant women and new mothers. By embedding this program within existing labor and delivery services, we ensure that women receive the care they need in a familiar and trusted setting. The Pediatric Mental Healthcare Program brings onsite, outpatient mental health care resources to low-income children and their families. Our grant enables these services to be offered free of charge to all patients. [Focus area: Healthcare]

Poverty Relief

Christ Church, Portola Valley & Woodside

$5,880

Christ Church Portola Valley & Woodside provides linens and other household supplies to residents of the LifeMoves Family Shelter program in an ongoing effort to support families experiencing poverty in their community. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Christ Episcopal Church, Alameda

$10,000

The Homeless Warming Shelter at Christ Church Alameda provides shelter, toiletries, and meals to individuals experiencing homelessness in Alameda. Funding from the Impact Fund supported the expansion of the shower program for unhoused neighbors.

Housing Security

Christ Episcopal Church, Sausalito

$5,000

Christ Church Sausalito provides substantial homemade meals to 25-30 food insecure and isolated seniors weekly in the Sausalito/Marin City area. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

Church of the Resurrection, Pleasant Hill

$10,000

Church of the Resurrection maintains a fruit orchard - orange, apple, lemon, grapefruit, and fig - that provides 1,500 to 2,000 pounds of fruit to Contra Costa Food Bank annually. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, Oakland

$4,250

Episcopal Church of Our Saviour created new programs to assist isolated seniors and other members of their congregation, including translation services, ESL/literacy classes, and other much needed support. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Episcopal Community Services

$5,500

Housing stabilization program for adults exiting the criminal justice system who are on parole or participating in the Post-Release Community Supervision Program.

Housing Security

Family Connections Centers

$5,000

Family Connections Centers supports healthy and safe communities that foster the growth and development of children, providing a continuum of care from birth through adulthood and engaging with multiple generations in families. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

First Place for Youth

$25,000

First Place for Youth helps foster youth build the skills they need to make a successful transition to self-sufficiency and responsible adulthood.

Housing Security

Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

$5,000

The Community Preschool provides high-quality early childhood education at no cost for 1/3 of the children it serves and subsidizes the cost for an additional 1/3 of the students. [Focus area: Education]

Poverty Relief

Grace Episcopal Church, Martinez

$2,500

In support of the church's efforts to develop affordable housing on their property

Housing Security

Greater Richmond Interfaith Program

$30,000

Greater Richmond Interfaith Program provides the only shelter for families experiencing homelessness in Western Contra Costa County. Their services include case management, housing navigation, and youth programs.

Housing Security

Holy Child and St. Martin Episcopal Church, Daly City

$3,500

Holy Child supports 50-70 of its neighbors experiencing food insecurity and poverty by providing healthy, fresh groceries. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

Hope Horizon East Palo Alto

$1,000

Hope Horizon equips youth in East Palo Alto to grow spiritually, gain life skills, and develop as leaders so that they have hope and a future. [Focus area: Education]

Poverty Relief

Hope Solutions

$275

Hope Solutions’ housing-first approach, coupled with supportive services, brings dignity to their clients and helps them rebuild their community in Contra Costa County.

Housing Security

Indigenous Permaculture

$700

Indigenous Permaculture grows fresh, healthy food for those who need it and provides education and workshops that empower people to grow their own food and connect with their neighborhood. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

New Creation Home Ministries

$30,000

New Creation Home Ministries provides temporary housing to women experiencing violence, addiction, and homelessness and their children in San Mateo County.

Housing Security

Oakland Elizabeth House

$30,000

Oakland Elizabeth House provides cooperative supportive housing and services to women with children while helping them transition to independent living.

Housing Security

Ohlhoff Recovery Programs

$6,100

Providing support for the expansion of the Women's Residential Program. [Focus area: Healthcare]

Poverty Relief

Parent Voices Oakland

$20,000

Parent Voices Oakland (PVO) is a parent-led grassroots organization that advocates for affordable, accessible, quality childcare. PVO organizes and empowers families with the highest need to build effective campaigns toward economic and educational justice. [Focus area: Advocacy]

Poverty Relief

Raphael House

$25,000

Raphael House provides family-centered shelter to low-income families and those experiencing homelessness to help them achieve stability and independence.

Housing Security

Rebuilding Together SF

$25,000

Rebuilding Together SF provides home repair and renovation programs for homeowners, renters, non-profit organizations, and community spaces. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Serenity House Oakland

$25,000

Serenity House Oakland helps women that are survivors of addiction, violence, homelessness, and incarceration heal, and achieve their dreams, living in their purpose.

Housing Security

Sojourn Chaplaincy

$19,400

Providing spiritual care and emotional support to some of the most marginalized residents of San Francisco at San Francisco General Hospital. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church, Novato

$5,000

St. Francis Free Food Pantry was founded during the pandemic, in response to the increased need for accessible food in the local community. It supports a neighborhood where more than 20% of residents live at or below the poverty line. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$5,000

The Food Pantry provides free, healthy groceries for up to 600 hungry families every Saturday. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. James Episcopal Church - Iglesia Episcopal de Santiago, Oakland

$7,000

Santiago provides enrichment to low-income families with children by sponsoring a free series of Afro-Peruvian music and dance workshops and summer camp for neighborhood children. The church, in collaboration with Indigenous Permaculture, also provides groceries for participating families. [Focus area: Safety net, Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$5,000

With this funding, the church will refinish the wood floors and install an onsite storage system for use by community groups such as Faith in Action, The Gubbio Project, and Julian Pantry. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Ross

$1,500

St. John’s Church makes and delivers 100-150 nutritious meals per month for low-income and unhoused people in Marin County. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Palo Alto

$5,000

St. Mark’s collaborates with Correctional Institutions Chaplaincy to support trauma-informed chaplaincy services to incarcerated people in Santa Clara County. [Focus area: Justice and Safety]

Poverty Relief

St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$6,500

St. Mary’s helps people secure the housing, financial, legal, and support resources they need to live independent lives of dignity while securing legal protection and eventually asylum in the United States. [Focus area: Justice and Safety]

Poverty Relief

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Belvedere

$3,600

St. Stephen’s Church makes and delivers over 100 nutritious meals per week for low-income and unhoused people in Marin County. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marin

$25,000

St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marin provides compassionate care and critical services to residents of Marin County who are struggling to make ends meet. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

The Gubbio Project

$3,000

The Gubbio Project provides houseless guests with sacred sleep, access to basic healthcare, daily provisions, and supplies necessary for those living on the streets.

Housing Security

Trinity Church, Menlo Park

$2,500

Trinity Church supports Ecumenical Hunger Program by providing back-to-school supplies and Christmas gifts to families in East Palo Alto. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

True Sunshine Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$4,250

True Sunshine supports their low-income congregants and community with programs, including a no-cost after school program in conjunction with Jean Parker Elementary School. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Winter Nights Family Shelter

$10,000

Winter Nights Family Shelter partners with congregations in Contra Costa County to provide families with shelter and meals in indoor tents 38 weeks per year.

Housing Security

All Saints Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$8,000

All Saints has provided support and management of the Haight Ashbury Community Services food program for 50 years. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

All Saints Episcopal Church, San Leandro

$4,500

All Saints operates a bi-monthly food pantry that provides bagged groceries to over 240 households per pantry. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

All Souls Episcopal Church, Berkeley

$6,500

All Souls supports local families living in RV encampments by providing sewage waste removal and access to showers and laundry facilities. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Art with Elders

$1,500

Using the power of art, creativity, and community to enrich the journey of aging. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Attitudinal Healing Connection

$22,500

Attitudinal Healing Connection empowers young people in Oakland and San Francisco to be self-aware and inspired through art, creativity, and education, helping them make positive choices to break the cycle of violence for themselves and their communities. [Focus area: Justice and safety]

Poverty Relief

Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency

$25,000

Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency helps homeless, poor, and disabled people achieve health and self-sufficiency, and to fight against the root causes of poverty and homelessness in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. [Focus area: Justice and safety]

Poverty Relief

California Pacific Medical Center (Mission/Bernal campus)

$363,750

The Perinatal Mental Healthcare Program provides critical psychiatric and psychological care to pregnant women and new mothers. By embedding this program within existing labor and delivery services, we ensure that women receive the care they need in a familiar and trusted setting. The Pediatric Mental Healthcare Program brings onsite, outpatient mental health care resources to low-income children and their families. Our grant enables these services to be offered free of charge to all patients. [Focus area: Healthcare]

Poverty Relief

Episcopal Church of the Nativity, San Rafael (The Street Chaplaincy)

$8,000

Episcopal Church of the Nativity supports The Street Chaplaincy, which brings compassionate spiritual care to unsheltered people in Marin, building and strengthening a community that includes housed and unhoused people. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Family Connections Centers

$22,500

Family Connections Centers supports the development of strong, healthy families and thriving communities through community-based, culturally humble, multilingual programming that adapts to the needs of families in San Francisco. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (FESCO)

$22,500

FESCO serves families experiencing homelessness in Alameda County by providing safe, stable temporary housing and supporting their transition to permanent housing through job training, childcare and other necessary services.

Housing Security

First Place for Youth

$25,000

First Place helps foster youth in San Francisco, Alameda and Contra Costa counties build the skills necessary to make a successful transition to self-sufficiency and responsible adulthood. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

$11,000

The Community Preschool at Grace Cathedral is an early childhood education program that serves San Francisco families of diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. [Focus area: Education]

Poverty Relief

Home & Hope

$22,500

Home & Hope provides the safe haven of temporary housing for San Mateo County families facing homelessness while developing a customized, pragmatic plan of action to help them secure long-term housing and regain self-sufficiency.

Housing Security

Hope Horizon

$22,500

Hope Horizon works to break the cycle of poverty in East Palo Alto and East Menlo Park by providing after-school and summer programs to support the academic, social, and physical development of youth. [Focus area: Education]

Poverty Relief

Hope Solutions

$22,500

Hope Solutions, formerly Contra Costa Interfaith Housing, heals the effects of poverty and homelessness by providing permanent housing solutions and vital support services to highly vulnerable families and individuals in Contra Costa County.

Housing Security

Ohlhoff Recovery Programs

$6,100

A continuum of effective, affordable treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. [Focus area: Healthcare]

Poverty Relief

Options Recovery Programs

$22,500

Since 2018, Options has provided a residential program for pregnant women and new mothers in recovery in Alameda County, providing structure, support and community to help them build sober living skills and succeed in the community. [Focus area: Healthcare]

Poverty Relief

Rebuilding Together SF

$25,000

Rebuilding Together preserves affordable housing in San Francisco by addressing home safety repairs, deferred maintenance, and code violations for low-income residents. Rebuilding Together stabilizes residents and prevents displacement of San Francisco's most vulnerable populations. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Rise University Prep

$22,500

Located in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood, Rise Prep will graduate its first senior class in 2024 with a goal of 100% matriculation to four-year colleges. Rise's innovative approach to learning and human development inspires student and family flourishing. [Focus area: Education]

Poverty Relief

Serenity House

$25,000

Serenity House in West Oakland provides housing, substance use treatment, and wrap-around support services for women. Their highly individualized services include one-onone counseling, healing groups, case-management, benefits advocacy, workforce development, and family reunification support.

Housing Security

Sojourn Chaplaincy

$19,400

Providing spiritual care and emotional support to some of the most marginalized residents of San Francisco at San Francisco General Hospital. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

St. Augustine's Episcopal Church, Oakland

$1,500

St. Augustine's provides bagged groceries to up to 75 people per month. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$8,000

St. Gregory's hosts a food pantry that provides free, healthy groceries to up to 600 families weekly. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. James Episcopal Church - Iglesia Episcopal de Santiago, Oakland

$7,600

Iglesia de Santiago offered Afro-Peruvian music and dance classes to local families. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$8,000

St. John's hosts The Gubbio Project, which provides sacred space, sanctuary, and food for up to 100 unhoused people in need of safe, compassionate respite daily.

Housing Security

St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church, San Francisco

$5,000

St. Mary's Justice Ministries partner with Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity to support and accompany newly arrived individual and family migrants and asylum-seekers. [Focus area: Justice and safety]

Poverty Relief

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Belvedere

$4,050

St. Stephen's supports the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marin's bagged meal distribution. [Focus area: Food insecurity]

Poverty Relief

St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marin

$25,000

St. Vincent de Paul provides compassionate care and critical services to Marin County residents who are struggling to make ends meet, with a goal of ending homelessness, hunger and isolation. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

The Village Project

$22,500

Because it takes a village to raise a child, the Village Project provides a safe haven for academic, cultural and enrichment activities for underserved San Francisco youth and their families. [Focus area: Safety net]

Poverty Relief

Youth Spirit Artworks

$22,500

As part of its 100 Homes for 100 Youth initiative, Youth Spirit Artworks created a Tiny House Village in Oakland for homeless youth of Berkeley and Oakland. This temporary housing includes wrap-around services to enable residents to exit to stable permanent housing.

Housing Security

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Partners in a better Bay Area

Episcopal Impact Fund partners with community-based nonprofits working to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty in the Bay Area. We fund changemaking nonprofits making an impact in our communities for our most vulnerable neighbors.

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