We need your support to ensure that people impacted by the coronavirus are able to receive the help they need.

Give Locally: to our COVID-19 Resilience Fund to help Sonoma County’s most vulnerable people recover from the health and economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

Stories of Impact

Grants Made to Date

$5,909,294+

and counting

Total includes grants from CFSC’s Resilience Fund and CFSC Donor Advised Fund donors
Updated 12/08/2020

Our Grantees

  • 10,000 Degrees – for General Operating expenses
  • Alexander Valley Film Society – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Alliance Medical Center – to provide community health worker services to uninsured patients and families with Covid-19
  • Alliance Redwoods Conference Grounds – to provide food and shelter for homeless adults
  • American Red Cross of the California Northwest – for annual contribution
  • Art Escape – to support organizational sustainability during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Artstart (START SoCo) – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Baton Rouge Area Foundation – to establish a new employee relief fund
  • Bay Nature Institute – for general operating support
  • Becoming Independent – for 2020 annual contribution
  • Bilingual Broadcasting Foundation – to inform English, Spanish, Triqui, Mixteco and Chatino speaking community critical information on the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Botanical Bus – to empower Latinx farmworkers, domestic workers, and day laborers in Sonoma County with holistic health resources through a bilingual mobile herb clinic
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma-Marin – to provide academic support to low-income youth in Healdsburg & Geyserville through Boys & Girls Clubs Distance Learning Clubs
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley – to support organizational sustainability during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Buckelew Programs – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Burbank Housing Management Corporation – to support the digital divide that low-income families face by providing free, high-quality internet service
  • California Human Development – to provide education, PPE, and food to day laborers and families that utilize the Day Labor Center Program during COVID-19
  • California Indian Museum & Cultural Center – to provide financial assistance, food, and other relief to Native Americans in Sonoma County
  • California Poets in the Schools – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership – to develop and implement a webinar series titled, Stronger Together: Effective Nonprofit Leadership During the Crisis
  • Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership – to support the operations of Sonoma County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (SC-COAD)
  • Centro Legal de la Raza – for the Oakland Undocumented Relief (OUR) Fund
  • Ceres Community Project – to provide medically tailored meals among low-income clients with serious health conditions during COVID-19 via the Healing Meals for Healthy Communities program
  • Charles M. Schulz Museum & Research Center – for general operating support
  • Child Parent Institute (CPI) – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Children’s Museum of Sonoma County – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Christ Church United Methodist Church – in support of Elisha’s Pantry
  • Cinnabar Arts Corporation – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Cloverdale Senior Multipurpose Center – to provide mental health support to isolated seniors and other members of the community effected by COVID-19
  • Coastal Seniors, Inc – to provide home delivered meals to qualifying Sonoma County seniors and disabled adults
  • Commonwealth Club of California – for 2020 operating expenses including COVID-19 Fund and in honor of Mauree Jane Perry
  • Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Community Baptist Church – to provide COVID-19 Care Packages to low-income families and homeless communities in Santa Rosa and Petaluma, as fiscal sponsor to Sonoma County Black Coalition
  • Congregation Shomrei Torah – to support Elisha’s Pantry, in honor of the Gelfman, Cole, Wiedenheft, and Mullins Families
  • Conservation Corps North Bay – to provide paid job training, case management, and basic human needs support for young people of color preparing to enter a workforce impacted by COVID-19
  • Corazon Healdsburg – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • COTS (Committee on the Shelterless) – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Council on Aging Services for Seniors – to provide nutritious meals and wellness checks to low-income seniors in Meals on Wheels service areas
  • Covia Foundation – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Crocker Art Museum – for general operating support
  • Doctors Without Borders – for general operating support
  • Downtown Streets Team – to provide basic needs stipends in the form of gift cards for food, clothing, and medicine to individuals experiencing homelessness
  • Earle Baum Center of the Blind – for general operating support
  • Face to Face Sonoma County AIDS Network – to provide housing, utility, food, transportation or other emergency support for Latinx and BIPOC clients who are ineligible for government funding
  • Family Justice Center of Sonoma County Foundation – to provide food, housing, immediate needs (gift cards), and emergency supplies to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, and human trafficking
  • Farm to Pantry – to provide nutritious produce to those who need it most
  • Feeding America – for general operating support
  • First 5 Sonoma County – to support the Sonoma County Child Care Resiliency Fund, intended to ensure that child care businesses remain sustainable in the midst of the COVID-19 public health emergency
  • First Congregational Church of Sonoma – for Rev’d Dr. Curran’s discretion – Covid-19 response
  • FISH of the Santa Rosa Area Inc. – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Food Bank for Monterey County – for general operating support
  • Food For All/ Comida Para Todos – to provide weekly provisions of healthy groceries and bi-monthly household and hygiene necessities to local families
  • Food For Thought – to provide healthy groceries and meals to low-income Latinx families and vulnerable medical patients affected by COVID-19
  • Foodbank of Santa Barbara County – for general operating support
  • Forget Me Not Childrens Services – to distribute organic produce and provide animal-assisted and horticultural therapy to children who are survivors of abuse, neglect, community violence and wildfires
  • Friends in Sonoma Helping – to support Latinx families and seniors who have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 by providing rental assistance
  • Friends in Sonoma Helping – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Global Offsite Care – in support of Covid-19 response
  • Healdsburg Center for the Arts – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Healdsburg Education Foundation – for general support in advance of year-end
  • Healdsburg Jazz Festival, Inc – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Healdsburg Food Pantry – to provide free food to needy families and seniors living in Healdsburg and Geyserville
  • Henry the Hand Foundation – for purchase of face shields and the area of greatest need
  • Hospice By The Bay Foundation – to provide increased advocacy, counseling, and resources to low-income, medically fragile children and seniors and their families through the Coronavirus Emergency Fund
  • H-Town Youth Theatre DBA Young Actors Studio and Left Edge Theatreto support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Hudson River Museum – for general operating support
  • Humanidad Therapy & Education Services – to support delivering mental health therapy and resources to some of Sonoma County’s most vulnerable individuals during COVID-19
  • Immigration Institute of the Bay Area – to provide essential immigration legal services to Latinx immigrants
  • Institute of Ecological Design – to support the COVID response with food and hygiene kits among the Misqitu tribe
  • Integrative Healers Action Network to support Farmworker Clinics by providing free integrative health services to Latinx community members working in Sonoma County vineyards
  • InterFaith Shelter Network – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • International Community Foundation – for the Todos Santos Relief Fund. Donation is for the food bank
  • Intersection for the Arts – in support of the Covid – 19 Safety Net Fund for artists
  • Jewish Community Free Clinic of Sonoma County – to support direct services focused on prevention, quarantine, and coping with COVID-19 impact for Latinx, elderly, and other at-risk patients
  • Juliette’s House – for general operating support
  • Justicewise- to sustain and expand the Text FOOD/COMIDA program
  • Kid Scoop News – to provide urgent literacy educational news materials for Latinx families, children, and low-income seniors suffering from COVID-19 disruption and insecurity
  • Knights of Indulgence Theatre United States – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • La Luz Center – for La Luz Crisis Fund providing immediate relief for those most affected
  • La Luz Center – to support the La Luz Center’s Micro Loan program
  • La Plaza – for general operating support to La Plaza, to continue providing outreach and resources to Latinx families during and after the pandemic
  • Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation – for general operating support
  • LandPaths – to provide food distribution and COVID health, financial, and  resource services in Spanish and English to the neighboring community at Bayer Farm
  • Legal Aid of Sonoma County – for general operating support
  • Lifehouse, Inc. – for 2020 annual contribution
  • LifeWorks of Sonoma County – to provide bilingual youth and family therapy to the Latino community through the El Puente program
  • Lilliput Children’s Services – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Literacyworks – to provide plain language mental health information, workshops, and resources to low-literacy, low-income Latinx/BIPOC families
  • Lomi Counseling Clinic – to support delivering mental health therapy and resources to some of Sonoma County’s most vulnerable individuals during COVID-19
  • Multiplier – to provide continuity for low-income seniors accessing produce through farmers markets, as fiscal sponsor to Interfaith Food Sustainable Collaborative
  • Museum of Sonoma County – to assist the Museum during the Covid-19 closure
  • NAMI Sonoma County – for general operating support
  • NDN Collective – for NDN Covid-19 Response Project
  • New Venture Fund – for Oakland COVID-19 Relief Fund
  • New Vision Santa Rosa Foundation – to support grants for small businesses negatively impacted by COVID-19
  • Next Village SF – to provide assistance to the elderly during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • North Bay Childrens Center Inc – to provide direct child care services and early educational programs for children of essential and front line workers disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic
  • North Bay Organizing Project – to support Undocufund in providing direct financial assistance to our undocumented community members
  • North Beach Citizens – to provide assistance to the homeless during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Northern California Center for Well-Being – to provide medical nutrition services and increased access to critical resources to low-income Latinx and senior populations who are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19
  • Nuestra Comunidad – to provide PPE to vineyard, agricultural, and essential workers through the Farmworker Clinic Project
  • Oakland Museum of California – for general operating support
  • Occidental Center for the Arts – for general operating support
  • On The Move – to support direct emergency financial assistance for Sonoma County Latinx community members for living expenses related to the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Operation Access – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Operation Dignity – for general operating support
  • PACT dba Main Stage West – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Pepperwood Foundation – for general operating support
  • Petaluma Arts Council dba Petaluma Arts Center – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Petaluma City Schools – to support the McDowell Family Resource Center pilot program Convivencia
  • Petaluma Educational Foundation – to support TK-12 grade students with Social Emotional Learning Programs helping students and families adapt to challenges of COVID-19 and seniors living in PEP Housing during COVID-19
  • Petaluma Health Center – to support the COVID TEAM, a specialized health care team to provide COVID-19 education, outreach, screening/testing, and referrals targeted at uninsured and Latinx populations
  • Petaluma People Services Center – to assist low-income families affected by COVID-19 with emergency financial needs, as fiscal sponsor to Friends of the Petaluma Family Resource Center at McDowell
  • Petaluma People Services Center – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Raizes Collective – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Reach for Home – grant is for general operating support for services in Healdsburg/Geyserville
  • Rebuilding Together – Petalumafor general operating support
  • Redwood Coast Medical Services – for general operating support
  • Redwood Community Health Coalition – to support the Outreach and Enrollment program with service referrals to help the most vulnerable families affected by the pandemic and its resulting economic downturn
  • Redwood Empire Food Bank – to provide health groceries to local individuals, children, and families who have been affected by COVID-19
  • Redwood Gospel Mission – for general operating support
  • River to Coast Children’s Services – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Roseland School District – for the Roseland Family Food Relief Fund
  • Roustabout Theater – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Russian Riverkeeper – for annual support in advance of year end. We hope others will step up without the need for events and other “virtual” gatherings.
  • Salvation Army – Santa Rosato provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Samaritan’s Purse – for the Emergency Medicine Fund (#013759) for Covid-19 response
  • San Francisco Conservatory of Music – for general operating support
  • San Jose Museum of Art Association – for general operating support
  • Santa Barbara Vintners Foundation – in support of Direct Relief
  • Santa Rosa Community Health – to expand the work of Sonoma Community Resilience Collaborative during disasters
  • Santa Rosa Junior College Foundation – in support of the SRJC Crisis Relief Fund
  • Sebastiani Theatre Foundation, Inc. – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Sebastopol Center for the Arts – for general operating support
  • Shared Housing and Resource Exchange California – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Side by Side, formerly Sunny Hills Services – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation – For Covid-19 Sonoma County use via Community Foundation Sonoma County
  • Social Advocates for Youth – to provide job support to homeless youth
  • Sonoma Applied Village Services – to provide direct food and outreach services to the homeless of Sonoma County
  • Sonoma Community Center – to support organizational sustainability during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Sonoma Conservatory of Dance – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Sonoma County Black Forum – to provide food assistance to individuals and families and support the Urban Gardening Series
  • Sonoma County Vintners Foundation – in support of the 2020 Sonoma County Wine Auction Fund-A-Need to bridge the technology gap in education and help provide underprivileged youth in Sonoma County with internet access, computers and other resources needed to support remote learning
  • Sonoma Ecology Center – to support organizational sustainability during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Sonoma Ecology Center – to support organizational sustainability during the COVID-19 crisis, as fiscal sponsor to Sustainable Sonoma
  • Sonoma Family Meal – to assist with the preparation by chefs of meals to be delivered to nonprofits serving seniors and at-risk families
  • Sonoma Land Trust – for annual funding in advance of year-end
  • Sonoma Overnight Support – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Sonoma Springs Community Hall – to support organizational sustainability during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Sonoma State University DREAM Center – to expand the Undocu-Survival Initiative, which provides financial and technology assistance to undocumented students that allows them to persist in their education and employment
  • Sonoma State University Seawolf Scholars Program – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Sonoma Valley Community Health Center – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Sonoma Valley Education Foundation – in support of student lunches and general student support during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance – to support organizational sustainability during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Sonoma Valley Museum of Art – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Sonoma Valley Youth & Family Services – to support organizational sustainability during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Southern Oregon Jobs with Justice – for the Emergency Shelter for Homeless Families Program
  • St. James by-the-Sea Episcopal Church – for Rector’s discretionary fund – Covid-19 response
  • St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Burlingame – for Rector’s discretionary fund – Covid -19 response
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church – for Rector’s discretionary fund – Covid 19
  • St. Seraphim of Sarov Orthodox Church – to provide deliveries of hygiene supplies, PPE, and fresh and prepared food to low-income families, as fiscal sponsor to California Homemakers Association
  • St. Vincent De Paul Society of Sonoma County – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Support Our Students – to support delivering mental health therapy and resources to some of Sonoma County’s most vulnerable individuals during this COVID-19 pandemic
  • Teen Services Sonoma – to support organizational sustainability during the COVID-19 crisis
  • The Bishop’s Ranch – for 2020 annual contribution
  • The Living Room – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • TLC Child & Family Services – to support transition-age homeless youth in the THP-Plus Expansion program with a monthly basic needs stipend to help ensure Rapid Rehousing
  • Transcendence Theatre Company – to support immediate organizational needs related to COVID-19
  • Una Vida – to support the Community Pantry-Crisis Response program developed to support vulnerable community members affected by COVID-19
  • United Way of the Wine Country – to launch a fund to support small business in partnership with the Economic Development Board
  • Verity-Compassion Safety Support A California Corporation – to augment therapeutic counseling services to Spanish-speaking survivors of sexual violence and their families”
  • Vintage House Senior Multipurpose Center of Sonoma Valley – to address food insecurity and mental health issues resulting from the economic and social impacts of COVID-19 on low-income seniors and Latinx residents of Sonoma Valley
  • Vital Immigrant Defense Advocacy and Service – to support the Secure Families Collaborative
  • West County Community Services – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • West County Health Centers Inc – to provide access to medical and behavioral health services through telehealth patient visits via video or phone and limited in-person visits for dental and other services during COVID-19
  • West Seattle Food Bank – for general operating support
  • Women’s Recovery Services – A Unique Place – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Yamhill Community Action Partnership – for general operating support
  • YWCA of Sonoma County – to provide support for economically vulnerable individuals and nonprofit operations affected during the COVID-19 pandemic

If you have questions about the COVID-19 Resilience Fund, please contact us

 

Karin Demarest

Karin Demarest

Vice President for Community Impact
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