Grants in Education :: Recent Grants

2018 GRANTS

826 Valencia, San Francisco – $10,000
To support early literacy programming for 2,850 disadvantaged K-5 students in multiple sites.

Bridge the Gap College Prep, Marin City – $10,000
To support literacy programs serving 142 disadvantaged K-5 Marin City students.

Community Education Partnerships, Berkeley – $6,000
To support summer literacy activities for homeless youth in Oakland, Berkeley, and Richmond.

Faith Network of the East Bay, Oakland – $15,000
To support the Succeeding By Reading academic support program for 325 disadvantaged students at 20 Oakland schools.

Girls Inc. Alameda County, Oakland – $9,000
To support the GIRLStart after school literacy program for 435 disadvantaged K-3 students in East Oakland and San Leandro.

Jamestown Community Center, San Francisco – $10,000
To support the literacy after school and summer program for disadvantaged students at Cesar Chavez Elementary School.

Jewish Coalition for Literacy, San Francisco – $15,000
To support tutoring programs for 1,000 disadvantaged K-2 students in San Francisco, the East Bay, and Peninsula.

Mission Graduates, San Francisco – $10,000
To support the after school and summer program focusing on language development for English Language Learners.

Reading Partners, Oakland – $10,000
To support literacy tutoring serving 1,700 disadvantaged K-5 students at 34 Bay Area sites.

Redwood City Friends of Literacy$15,000
To support Project READ activities for 230 disadvantaged youth at the Redwood City Library.

Streetside Stories, San Francisco – $10,000
To support a literacy project for 550 disadvantaged K-5 students in San Francisco.

Super Stars Literacy, Oakland – $10,000
To support after school and classroom literacy activities for 800 disadvantaged K-2 students in 5 East Bay Schools.

2018 Grants TOTAL $130,000

 

2017 GRANTS

826 Valencia, San Francisco – $10,000
To support early literacy programming for K-5 students at the Mission District and Tenderloin District home sites, and Buena Vista Horace Mann School.

Bridge the Gap College Prep, Marin City – $10,000
To support literacy programs for K-5 Marin City students at 3 sites.

Catholic Charities/CYO, San Francisco – $ 5,000
To support the Kids Club program of after school and summer literacy skill-building activities in San Rafael’s Canal District.

Faith Network of the East Bay, Oakland – $15,000
To support the Succeeding by Reading literacy clinics at 19 Oakland schools for 2nd and 3rd graders.

Girls, Inc. Alameda County, Oakland – 10,000
To support the GIRLStart after school literacy program for K-3 students in 9 East Bay sites.

Jewish Coalition for Literacy, San Francisco – $15,000
To support literacy tutoring programs in San Francisco, the East Bay, and the Peninsula.

One Purpose School, San Francisco – $10,000
A one-time grant to help this new school in San Francisco’s Bayview District provide literacy skill-building to its students.

Pacifica School Volunteers, Pacifica – $10,000
To support the Literacy Champions Program which brings volunteers into elementary school classrooms to provide academic support.

Ravenswood Educational Foundation, Redwood City – $10,000
To support a literacy training pilot project for all elementary teachers in the District which includes East Palo Alto and East Menlo Park.

Reading Partners, Oakland – $15,000
To support one-on-one literacy tutoring for disadvantaged students in Bay Area public schools.

Streetside Stories, San Francisco – $10,000
To support a literacy/arts project for K-5 students at 12 sites in San Francisco and Alameda Counties.

Super Stars Literacy, Oakland – $10,000
To support after school and classroom support for disadvantaged K-2 students in Oakland public schools.

2017 Grants TOTAL: $130,000

 

2016 GRANTS

All grants are for literacy programs serving disadvantaged K-5 students.

826 Valencia, San Francisco – $10,000
To support K-5 programming at the Mission District home site and in disadvantaged public schools, providing individualized help to students with creative and expository writing skills.

Bridge the Gap College Prep, Marin City – $15,000
To support literacy programming at the Marin City home site and in nearby schools and community centers, which helps disadvantaged K-5 students strengthen their literacy skills.

Catholic Charities/CYO, San Francisco – $10,000
To support the literacy activities at the Kids Club after school and summer programs at the Alfred J. Boro Community Center in San Rafael’s Canal District.

Community Education Partnerships, Berkeley – $7,000
To support the Early Literacy Campaign for homeless children in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley, where individual tutoring is provided in shelters, transitional homes, and libraries.

Faith Network of the East Bay, Oakland – $15,000
To support the Succeeding By Reading clinics at 20 Oakland public elementary schools, serving 2nd and 3rd graders who are behind in reading.

Girls Inc. Alameda County, Oakland – $10,000
To support the GIRLStart after school literacy program for K-3 students in eight Oakland and San Leandro school sites.

Jewish Coalition for Literacy, San Francisco – $15,000
To support K-3 literacy tutoring for at-risk students in San Francisco, the East Bay, and the Peninsula.

Pacifica School Volunteers$8,000
To support the Literacy Champions Program which places volunteers in elementary school classrooms and encourages parent participation.

Reading Partners, Oakland – $15,000
To support 1:1 reading tutoring to disadvantaged K-5 students in Bay Area public schools.

Streetside Stories, San Francisco – $10,000
To support a literacy curriculum at 12 public schools including the writing and sharing of personal stories in classroom groups and digitally.

Super Stars Literacy, Oakland – $10,000
To support daily after school literacy activities for at-risk K-2 students at eight East Bay schools.

Tenderloin Community Elementary School, San Francisco – $5,000
To support literacy tutoring for K-3 students who are falling behind in reading and literacy.

2016 Grants TOTAL:   $130,000