Since launching as a regional affiliate of Community Foundation Sonoma County in 2003 the Healdsburg Forever endowment has grown to over $1.5 million and has granted more than $1.1 million to 57 nonprofit organizations serving Healdsburg and Geyserville. Here’s the inspiring story of our first ten years.
Alexander Valley Film Society: To support the Alexander Valley Film Festival’s educational program
Alliance Medical Center: To support My Body is Healthy (MBIH), science-based health education bringing health literacy to over 300 Healdsburg youth annually
Becoming Independent: To ensure that Healdsburg residents with disabilities are positioned to make positive self-directed community contributions
Career Technical Education Foundation: To support Healdsburg High School’s Construction and Sustainability Academy (CASA) Arts course
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: To provide financial stability services to Healdsburg households struggling with economic security, including those impacted by the North Bay fires
Corazón Healdsburg: To support capacity building for the Family Resource Center at the Healdsburg Community Center
Farm to Pantry: To support the expansion of the Delivery with Dignity Program and to provide operational support
FirstGen College Counseling: To increase the four-year college access for first-generation, low-income Healdsburg High School students
Geyserville Unified School District: To support the construction/ag and industrial arts program at Geyserville New Tech Academy
Healdsburg Center for the Arts: To provide scholarships for need-based children during the HCA summer art camp
Healdsburg Jazz Festival: To support free youth education programs that deepen engagement with jazz and strengthen community-building values
Latino Service Providers: To support the Testimonios Project and reduce mental health stigma in the Latino community
North Bay Children’s Center: To support the Preschool Accelerated English program at NBCC’s Fitch Mountain Campus with teacher training and implementation
Pepperwood Foundation: To support Healdsburg students with the field trip program, Students Conducting Environmental Inquiry (SCENIQ)
Reach For Home: To support Reach For Home’s permanent supportive housing program
Redwood Empire Food Bank: To improve the lives of Healdsburg’s homeless populations through the provision of nutritious to-go care packages
Side by Side: To provide an early intervention program for at-risk middle school students in Healdsburg
Sonoma County Legal Services Foundation: To improve access to legal information on issues affecting lower and middle-income Healdsburg residents
Sonoma County Public Library Foundation: To promote literacy by providing free and convenient access to high quality books
Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation: To connect children and their families with parks through field trips and family outings
Vital Immigrant Defense Advocacy and Service: To enable VIDAS to provide low/no cost immigration legal services to those in need
Healdsburg Forever grant applications are accepted in the following areas:
Please Note: The Healdsburg Forever grant program is currently closed. Please check back in early August for information about possible changes to the 2020 grant program.
Healdsburg Forever provides grants to Sonoma County nonprofit organizations serving the Healdsburg and Geyserville communities. Our vision is to ensure that the Healdsburg-Geyserville area is a sustainable, inclusive community in which all individuals have the opportunity to thrive.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate that their program or project is specifically serving the communities of Healdsburg and/or Geyserville.
Grants in Health & Human Services and Youth Development & Education will continue to be prioritized, but Healdsburg Forever will seek to fund across the four program areas in order to support a sustainable and inclusive community.
If you have any questions about the Healdsburg Forever Grant Program, please contact Ariana Díaz De León, email@example.com or 707-303-9619.