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.
In 2017, we reached a new record for our grantmaking, investing $160,000 in our community. Thank you for your support. Let’s keep up the good work for the future of Healdsburg and Geyserville!
Healdsburg Forever is proud to support the following organizations in 2017-2018:
Alexander Valley Union School District: $13,000. Supporting the Alexander Valley Adult & Family ESL program.
Alliance Medical Center: $7,500. Supporting AMC’s My Body is Healthy Education Program reaching over 400 students in Sonoma County.
Becoming Independent: $6,000. Purchasing tablets for BI Healdsburg.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: $11,700. Providing Financial Stability Services to Healdsburg households struggling with economic insecurity
Farm to Pantry: $10,000. Funding a new updated website, information technology and staff support
Healdsburg Jazz Festival: $5,000. Helping support free interactive music education programs in Healdsburg and Geyserville schools.
Healdsburg Shared Ministries: $9,500. Supporting the purchase of food for food pantry distribution.
Pepperwood Foundation: $5,000. Supporting delivery of Pepperwood’s comprehensive, science-based Students Conducting Environmental Inquiry (SCENIQ) program to Healdsburg 2nd graders.
Reach for Home: $13,000. Providing staffing for the Permanent Supportive Housing program.
Redwood Empire Food Bank: $8,000. Supporting the School Pantry Lite program in northern Sonoma County.
Russian Riverkeeper: $6,500. Supporting funding tools and transport for Healdsburg students to conduct biologic surveys to generate critical data.
Santa Rosa Symphony: $6,000. Supporting free, educational, and engaging performances by professional musicians for five Healdsburg-Geyserville elementary schools.
Scopa Has a Dream dba Corazon Healdsburg: $5,000. Supporting the FirstGen College Counseling Program.
Scopa Has a Dream dba Corazon Healdsburg: $13,000. Supporting outreach and engagement with the Latino community of Healdsburg for bridging the racial divide and improving health outcomes.
Individuals Now, Inc. dba Social Advocates for Youth: $13,000. Continuing the expansion of the SAY Street Outreach Program to the communities of northern Sonoma County.
Sonoma County Legal Services Foundation: $1,800. Increasing legal knowledge around housing and other legal issues affecting family and economic well-being
Sunny Hills Services: $10,000. Helping save the lives of children vulnerable to gang influence.
Sonoma County Public Library Foundation: $3,000. Supporting the Sonoma County Free Bookmobile.
Vital Immigrant Defense Advocacy and Services: $13,000. Assisting low-income, indigent immigrants in Healdsburg/Geyserville with low cost, legal services.