Previous Grants

Since our inception, we have provided over 60 grants totaling more than $800,000 seeking to bring hope and healing to those affected by addiction, violence and loss. Below is a partial list of previous grant recipients

Acknowledge Alliance, formerly Cleo Eulau Center
The Cleo Eulau Center is dedicated to promoting lifelong resilience in children and youth by strengthening the caring capacity of the adults who influence their lives.

Fair Oaks Elementary School
The Foundation helps support the children in this poverty-stricken area of Redwood City by funding Outdoor Education/Science Camp experiences for the students at this school where 100% of the children are eligible for the national free lunch program.

Kara provides compassionate support to people of all ages on their journey through grief so that they can move toward renewed hope and meaning.

Pets in Need
Pets In Need's mission is to bring a loving, healthy home within paw's reach of every adoptable dog and cat in our community.

Redwood City Education Foundation
The purpose of the Redwood City Education Foundation is to enrich educational opportunities for the students in the communities served by the Redwood City Elementary School District.

Service League of San Mateo County
The Service League of San Mateo County is a nonprofit agency that develops, coordinates, and delivers in-custody programs, services, and other activities within all San Mateo County jails. The agency delivers after-release programs and services at five program sites in the community.  

StarVista, formerly Youth and Family Enrichment Services
StarVista is a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of children, young people, adults, and families across San Mateo County.

Wild Life Associates
Wildlife Associates provides over 800 educational presentations each year. In addition to school-assembly programs, adult and family wildlife experiences and lectures to professional groups and community organizations are available. The sanctuary also offers foster and at-risk youth a place to heal and re-imagine their lives with programs that meet their important needs.