Grants Awarded

March

Bolinas Community Land Trust
$6,750
Distribution of food and basic necessities for 80 undocumented workers in Bolinas and Stinson.
Papermill Creek Children’s Corner
$8,000
Cash assistance for families with young children in need.
Shoreline Acres Pre-School
$6,000
Cash assistance for families with young children in need.
Tomales Town Hall
$3,500
Keeping the food pantry open in the coming weeks for the distribution of free food.

April

Bolinas Community Center
$10,000
General operating support to ensure ongoing food preparation and distribution for people facing hardship, and maintaining clean and sanitary rest rooms
Bolinas Community Land Trust
$6,000
General operating support to ensure rent and emergency assistance for those in greatest need.
Community Land Trust Association of West Marin
$10,000
Rental assistance and emergency support for CLAM's 18 low-income households in Pt Reyes, Inverness, Inverness Park and Stinson Beach during extended shelter-in-place.
Gallery Route One
$5,000
To create online videos of art lessons so that GRO’s Artists in the Schools program can reach and enrich West Marin students at home.
Papermill Creek Children’s Corner
$10,000
Cash assistance and educational supplies and materials for 21 families with young children facing hardship.
Shoreline Unified School District
$10,000
Spanish and English books for 450 students and their families in Shoreline Unified School District during school and library closure.
West Marin Community Services
$10,000
To provide emergency support to the homeless, near homeless and others facing hardship who are not eligible for other subsidized programs.

May

Bolinas Stinson Beach School Foundation
$3,500
Enable new leadership to raise money during the COVID-19 pandemic to provide the Bolinas-Stinson School with scholarships and specialist teachers during the 2020-21 school year. More than 50% of students at the school qualify for free lunches.
ExtraFood
$10,000
Food assistance for West Marin.
Legal Aid of Marin
$3,600
With nonprofit partners in West Marin, Legal Aid of Marin is offering a series of phone calls and webinars in Spanish and English to provide information on recent changes in rental law in Marin County, address individual tenant concerns, and help advocate for people who are afraid and unable to secure their rights during this uncertain time.
San Francisco-Marin Food Bank
$10,000
Food assistance for West Marin.
Shakespeare at Stinson
$7,500
Switching from an in-person festival, this virtual concert delivers music and art in May to West Marin communities in a family-friendly, substance-free environment. The event features local musicians and artists and pays fees for their involvement.
Tomales Bay Youth Center
$7,500
Strengthen and expand social media and online connection among youth and young adults in West Marin during the shelter in place and next phases of the COVID-19 response, so they can share information and opportunities, provide mutual support and develop their knowledge and skills.
West Marin Community Services
$12,500
To expand staffing of the food pantry and improve online information for rental assistance applications.

June

Community Action Marin
$7,500
Strengthen family and community learning to support young children in Bolinas during a time of rapid change and loss of services
Shoreline Acres Pre-School
$6,000
Emergency relief funds for 14 families with young children.

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