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.

 

Investing In Our Future

In 2018, we reached a new record for our grantmaking, investing $170,000 in our community.  Thank you for your support. Let’s keep up the good work for the future of Healdsburg and Geyserville!

 

2018 Grant Recipients

Healdsburg Forever is proud to support the following organizations in 2018-2019:

Alexander Valley Film Society: $4,000. Supporting the Alexander Valley Film Festival’s education program.

Alliance Medical Center: $5,000. Supporting AMC’s My Body is Healthy Education Program bringing health literacy to over 300 Healdsburg youth annually.

Becoming Independent: $10,000. Ensuring Healdsburg residents with disabilities are positioned to make positive self-directed community contributions.

Career Technical Education Foundation: $6,500. Supporting Healdsburg High School’s Construction and Sustainability Academy Arts course.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: $10,000. Providing financial stability services to Healdsburg households struggling with economic security.

Farm to Pantry: $6,500. Supporting the expansion of the Delivery with Dignity Program and to provide operational support.

Geyserville Unified School District: $12,000. Supporting the construction/ag and industrial arts program at Geyserville New Tech Academy.

Healdsburg Center for the Arts: $6,500. Providing scholarships for need-based children during the HCA summer art camp.

Healdsburg Jazz Festival, Inc.: $4,000. Supporting the free youth education programs that deepen engagement with jazz and strengthen community-building values.

Latino Service Providers: $13,000. Supporting Latino Service Providers Testimonios Project to reduce mental health stigma in the Latino community.

North Bay Children’s Center, Inc.:  $13,000. Supporting the Preschool Accelerated English program at NBCC’s Fitch Mountain Campus with teacher training and implementation.

Pepperwood Foundation: $5,000. Supporting Healdsburg students with the field trip program, Students Conducting Environmental Inquiry (SCENIQ).

Reach For Home: $13,000. Supporting Reach For Home’s permanent supportive housing program.

Redwood Empire Food Bank: $10,000. Improving the lives of Healdsburg’s homeless population through the provision of nutritious food.

Scopa Has a Dream dba Corazon Healdsburg: $6,500. Supporting the FirstGen College Counseling Program.

Scopa Has a Dream dba Corazon Healdsburg: $10,000. Supporting capacity building for the Family Resource Center.

Sonoma County Legal Services Foundation: $1,500. Increasing access to legal information on issues affecting lower and middle-income Healdsburg residents.

Sonoma County Public Library Foundation: $5,000. Supporting the Sonoma County Free Bookmobile.

Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation: $5,500. Connecting children and their families with parks through field trips and family outings.

Sunny Hills Services dba Side by Side: $10,000. Providing an early intervention program for at-risk middle school students in Healdsburg.

Vital Immigrant Defense Advocacy and Services: $13,000. Assisting low-income, indigent immigrants in Healdsburg/Geyserville with low cost, legal services.