Sonoma County has seen unimaginable hardship these past five years.
A fire that destroyed over 5,300 homes in 2017, flooding and a 77,000 acre fire in 2019, and the compounding burden of the coronavirus.
The Sonoma County Resilience Fund is the only long-term recovery fund in Sonoma County dedicated to supporting residents impacted by disaster.
We have made more than $17 million in grants to support nonprofit organizations working on the front lines of disaster recovery.
Our work continues.
Not long after the 2016 elections, a group of black leaders and community members in Sonoma County came together to discuss how to uplift and support one another during what was a tumultuous time for many. Several people from the group continued meeting over the...
Three years before the North Bay’s October 2017 fires, Napa County was struck with a 6.0 earthquake, a disaster that led the county to quickly become more readily prepared for large scale emergencies. Numerous historic buildings suffered damage and nearly 200 people...
The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center (CIMCC) was founded in San Francisco’s Presidio district in 1996 and made the move to its current location in Santa Rosa in 2001. Funds from the Department of Education helped with purchasing a permanent home for the...
Other Ways to Give
- Mail a check to Community Foundation Sonoma County, 120 Stony Point Rd., Suite 220, Santa Rosa, CA 95401. Please indicate “Sonoma County Resilience Fund” in the memo line.
- Transfer stock or securities; contact a Philanthropic Advisor to begin the process.
- To learn about more ways to give, contact us.
Thank you for your generosity and commitment to Sonoma County.
If you have questions about the Resilience Fund, please contact us
Community Impact Officer
Community Foundation Sonoma County is committed to equitable access to arts education. Our Arts Education grant program supports nonprofits providing high-quality arts education for students furthest from these opportunities. Arts education curricula should be delivered by qualified Sonoma County visual, performing, or literary artists providing instruction and creative experiences directly to young people. Organizations may apply for funding up to $15,000.