The Sonoma County Resilience Fund

Sonoma County has seen unimaginable hardship these past three years.


A fire that destroyed over 5,300 homes in 2017, flooding and a 77,000 acre fire in 2019, and now the compounding burden of the coronavirus and massive fires coming at the same time.


We launched the Sonoma County Resilience Fund in 2017 to support our community’s long-term disaster recovery and resilience.


We have made more than $15 million in grants to support nonprofit organizations working on the front lines of disaster recovery.


Our work continues.

The Sonoma County Resilience Fund is the only long-term recovery fund in Sonoma County dedicated to supporting residents impacted by disaster.

We offer grants to nonprofit organizations working in three core focus areas:



individuals impacted by disaster



the long-term effects of trauma



solutions for our community

The Sonoma County Resilience Fund 2019 Report

Celebrating $6.7 million in grants to support our community’s recovery from disasters, including the 2017 Firestorm and the 2019 Kincade Fire.

Grants Made

To learn more about how the Resilience Fund is helping our community, please visit our recent grants page.

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

Karin Demarest

Karin Demarest

Vice President for Community Impact