Local Impact

Local Impact

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Through our commitment to local nonprofit organizations working tirelessly to support the services and, in turn, the people who make this area so special, Healdsburg Forever takes great pride in helping our neighbors here in the Healdsburg and Geyserville communities. We look forward to continuing to deliver critical funding and guidance to our hard-working friends and families for generations to come.


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Investing In Our Future

In 2014, we reached $100,000 in grant giving. In 2015, we did it again.  Thank you for your support. Let’s keep up the good work for the future of Healdsburg and Geyserville!Amount Granted

2015 Grant Recipients

Healdsburg Forever is proud to support the following organizations in 2015-2016:

Alexander Valley School Adult and Family ESL: $7,000. Providing support for teachers salaries.

Alliance Medical Center: $7,500. Implementing the “My Body is Healthy” program in schools throughout Sonoma County.

Becoming Independent: $5,000. Developing solutions to improve the health, self regulation, and employment outcomes for adults with autism served at BI’s Healdsburg program.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County: $10,000. Preventing summer learning loss through Summer Camp in Healdsburg.

Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County: $5,000. Supporting the expansion of Youth Connections into Healdsburg to serve North County Students.

Farm to Pantry: $5,000. Funding the development of a 3-5 year Strategic Plan.

Geyserville Educational Foundation: $10,000. Providing students at Geyserville Elementary School with a set of Chromebooks to address the achievement gap and digital divide.

Healdsburg Education Foundation: $ 7,500. Helping to fund the Healdsburg Pasitos Program, a kindergarten readiness  and early literacy program for three and four years olds form Spanish-speaking families who are not attending pre-school.

Healdsburg Shared Ministries: $7,500. Supporting the acquisition of food items from Redwood Empire Food Bank.

North Sonoma County Services: $10,000. Starting a successful housing model providing permanent housing to homeless families in the Healdsburg area.

Redwood Empire Food Bank: $8,000. Funding the BackPack Program (BPP) at Geyserville Elementary School to provide low income children the nutritional support they need to thrive.

Social Advocates for Youth: $5,000. Expanding the Street Outreach program to the communities of Northern Sonoma County, with the goal of reducing the disparities faced by homeless youth and their families.

Sonoma County Free Bookmobile: $5,000. Promoting literacy and providing free access to high quality books in the Healdsburg and Geyserville areas, especially to children and residents who are low-income, mobility challenged, and/or geographically isolated.

Public School Success Team: $7,500. Funding administration and programs that support and inspire Healdsburg public school students to develop tools that will enable them to continue their education through and beyond high school.