Community Grantees

The Community Leadership Project’s Phase 2 funding is being used to increase the sustainability of 57 small to midsize organizations in three priority regions. CLP is working through five regranting intermediary partners to conduct this grantmaking. Each of these intermediaries is responsible for identifying and distributing funds to regional grassroots organizations serving low-income people and communities of color.

Each CLP grantee will:

Phase 2 grantee organizations serve communities in the greater San Francisco Bay Area, Central Coast and San Joaquin Valley. (View these organizations on a map.)

Following is a list of grassroots organizations that have received grants through Phase 2 of the Community Leadership Project. This list is organized by the project’s three priority geographies.

Click one of the following links to go straight to a particular region:

 Greater San Francisco Bay Area
The Rose Foundation
Community Grantee Location Website
Acta Non Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project Oakland
Black Organizing Project Oakland
California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative Oakland
California Indian Environmental Alliance Berkeley
Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice San Francisco
Ma'at Youth Academy Richmond
Movement Generation Justice & Ecology Project Oakland
Oakland Food Connection Oakland
One Fam/Bikes 4 Life Oakland
People Organizing to Demand Environmental & Economic Rights San Francisco
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)
SF Bay Area Chapter
Santa Clara
Institute for Sustainable Economic, Educational and Environmental Design Oakland
Latinas Contra Cancer San Jose
Multicultural Institute Berkeley
Pacifica Resource Center Pacifica
Peninsula Interfaith Action San Carlos
Sonrisas Community Dental Center Half Moon Bay
Sunday Friends San Jose
Third Street Community Center San Jose
Veggielution San Jose

Central Coast
Community Foundation for Monterey County
(with the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz County and the Community Foundation of San Benito County, together the Central Coast CLP Collaborative)
Community Grantee Location Website
Pajaro Valley Arts Council Watsonville
Conflict Resolution Center Soquel
COPA Watsonville
The Watsonville Law Center Watsonville
YWCA of Watsonville Watsonville
Alisal Center for the Fine Arts East Salinas
Sol Treasures King City
Community of Caring Monterey
Loaves, Fishes & Computers Marina
Big Sur Health Center Big Sur
The Village Project Seaside
Community FoodBank of San Benito County Hollister
Homeless Coalition of San Benito County Hollister
CASA of San Benito County Hollister

San Joaquin Valley  
Alliance for California Traditional Arts
Community Grantee Location Website
Arte Américas – Casa de la Cultura Fresno
Danzantes Unidos de California Fresno
Kings Regional Traditional Folk Arts Hanford
Little Manila Foundation Stockton
Merced Lao Family Community Merced
Modesto Cambodian Buddhist Society Modesto
Teatro de la Tierra Fresno
California Rural Legal Assistance
ACT for Women and Girls Tulare
Boys and Girls Club of Merced County Merced
El Quinto Sol none
Faith in Action Fairfield
Fathers & Families of San Joaquin Stockton
Fresno Barrios Unidos Fresno
Fresno Street Saints Fresno
Hmong International Culture Institute Stockton
Hughson Family Resource Center
(part of Sierra Vista Child and Family Services)
Merced Organizing Project (MOP) Merced
People and Congregations Together Stockton
San Joaquin AIDS Foundation Stockton
San Joaquin Pride Center Stockton
West Fresno Family Resource Center Fresno
Westside Family Preservation Services Huron none
Wild Places Springville

Information on our Phase 1 grantees is available in our archive.