2000 Grant Recipients

Total Grants Awarded in 1999-2000
Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center
  For the Youth Employment Skills Program (matching grant)
Brava! For Women in Arts
  For the San Francisco Running Crew Project (matching grant)
California Culinary Academy Educational Foundation
  For the Bread & Butter Training Program (conditional grant)
California Poets in the Schools
  For programs to improve writing and reading skills in San Francisco schools (payable over two years)

Children's Book Press
  For the LitLinks Program in San Francisco schools (matching grant)
  For the Children's Educational Outreach Program
Family Service Agency of San Francisco
  For the teenage Pregnancy and Parenting Project
Golden Gate Kindergarten Association
  For the Rhoda Kellogg Children't Art Program (matching grant)
Japanese Community Youth Council
  For the Compass Program (conditional grant)
Jewish Family & Children's Services
  For the Career Futtures Program for Russian emigré teens living in San Francisco (conditional grant)

Leadership High School
  For the Technology Vision Program to purchase computer hardware and software (matching grant)

Life Frames
  For the Organic Gardening and Urban Ecology Program at James Denman Middle School

Make A Circus
  For the Teen Apprentice Program to provide hands-on skills in circus production and performance

Mount St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth
  For the Transitional Service Program for abused and single teen mothers (matching grant)

New Conservatory Theatre Center
  For the Youth Scholarship and Vocational Training Program
OMI Business League
  For the need Meets Opportunity Program to train Bayview Hunter's Point teens for retail and service jobs
(conditional grant payable over two years)

Performing Arts Workshop
  For the Teen Intern Project
Potrero Hill Neighborhood House
  For the Peer Counseling Education Program
St. John's Educational Thresholds Center
  For the Urban ArtWORKS Workshop and Callery for teen youth
(matching grant payable over two years)

San Francisco Arts Education Project
  For One to See, a collaborative pilot project with the San Francisco Art Institute (payable over two years)

San Francisco Zoo
  For the Nature Trail Program
Stanford Jazz Workshop
  For scholarships for San Francisco high school students to attend the summer 2000 workshop

The Foundation Center
  For the San Francisco field office and library services to Bay Area nonprofit organizations and grantmakers

The Volunteer Center of San Francisco
  For the Traniitional Volunteer Program for students with mental and physical disabilities (matching grant)

Tule Elk Park Children's Center
  For the Garden and Environmental Education Program
Youth for Service
  For the Computer Repair and Maintenance Program
(matching grant payable over two years)


Financial Data

For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2001, the fair market value of all foundation assets was $10,478,366.

Grants paid
Grants outstanding