Grantmakers and Foundations $15,000 – $24,999


County of Sonoma

Sonoma County Community Development Commission

Thanks to the support of Sonoma County Community Development Commission, the REFB will provide fresh fruits and vegetables, healthy proteins and wholesome staple foods rich in iron and vitamin C, along with nutrition education, to low-income families with children (0-6) through the Megan Furth Harvest Pantry. This program promotes family well-being while addressing hunger and the diet-related health conditions of obesity and anemia.
(Grant period: July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018)

Impact 100 Sonoma

Impact 100 Sonoma

Thanks to the support from Impact 100 Sonoma, the REFB will provide 20-25 pounds of a wide variety of healthy, fresh fruits and vegetables to more than 300 low-income seniors, families and individuals each week in Sonoma Valley through our Produce Pantry program.
(Grant period: July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018)


Petaluma Health

Petaluma Health Center

Thanks to significant sponsorship from Petaluma Health Center, the REFB was selected to participate in the Fund for Shared Insight’s Listen for Good project allowing us to gather firsthand feedback from those served through our Groceries to Go program. The opportunity to participate in a client feedback project such as this is the first of its kind for the REFB, and would not be possible without the generosity of Petaluma Health Center.
(Grant period: September 1, 2017 – August 31, 2019)

Listen for Good

Fund for Shared Insight – Listen for Good Project

The REFB is excited to be the recipient of a Fund for Shared Insight grant and their Listen for Good project. As part of this project, the REFB will develop and launch a customer experience survey focusing on our Groceries to Go program.  Gathering valuable feedback directly from those we serve will help us improve Groceries to Go, and potentially other programs, allowing the REFB to better serve our neighbors facing hunger. By closing the feedback loop with respondents, clients will see how their direct feedback led to improvements for all recipients.
(Grant period: September 1, 2017 – August 31, 2019)

Disney Web

The Walt Disney Company

Thanks to the generous support from Disney and their Share the Joy campaign, the REFB will continue to provide fresh, vitamin-rich produce to young children and their families who participate in our weekly Megan Furth Harvest Pantry (MFHP) program. MFHP addresses childhood hunger and the diet-related health conditions of iron-deficiency anemia and obesity through the distribution of fresh produce and healthy staple foods. Significant support from Disney helps ensure that children from low-income, food insecure families receive the essential nourishment they need to grow healthy and strong. For more information about Disney’s Share the Joy Campaign, visit
(Grant period: November 1, 2017 – May 31, 2018)


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