Grantmakers and Foundations $10,000 – $14,999

 

ameriprise

Ameriprise

Thanks to the continued generosity from Ameriprise, the REFB will provide vitamin-rich, fresh fruits and vegetables and nutritious staple foods to vulnerable children during the school year at nine existing School Pantry sites. Weekly distributions are located at identified high-need elementary schools in Sonoma and Lake Counties as an essential nutritional safety net for low-income, food insecure families. School Pantry helps ensure growing youth obtain proper nutrition, while supporting the health and well-being of the entire family.
(Grant period: July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018)

Bank of America

Thanks to the continued generosity from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, the REFB will provide vitamin-rich, fresh fruits and vegetables and nutritious staple foods to vulnerable children during the school year at eight existing School Pantry sites in Sonoma County. Weekly distributions are located at identified high-need elementary schools as an essential nutritional safety net for low-income, food insecure families with children attending the school site. School Pantry helps ensure growing youth obtain proper nutrition, while supporting the health and well-being of the entire family.
 (Grant period: July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018)

Community Foundation Sonoma County

Community Foundation Sonoma County

2016 Julia L. Grant Fund for Basic Human Needs

Thanks to the ongoing, generosity from the Community Foundation Sonoma County 2017 Julia L. Grant Fund for Basic Human Needs, the REFB provides 25-30 pounds of vitamin-rich fresh produce, along with nutritious staple foods as available to anyone in need of food assistance through our Produce Pantry program. With over 30 sites located throughout Sonoma County, Produce Pantry offers a consistent, weekly source of essential nourishment that our most vulnerable neighbors need for a well-balanced diet and healthy life.
(Grant period: July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018)

Community Foundation Sonoma County

The Community Foundation

Thanks to support made possible in part by a grant from The Community Foundation, which serves Inland Southern California (Riverside and San Bernardino Counties), the REFB provides low-income children and their families with fresh eggs and low-fat milk through our School Pantry program. With this grant, we help ensure that growing youth at risk of hunger receive critical, nutrient-dense breakfast foods they need to start the day nourished and ready to learn, while also providing calcium and protein for proper mental and physical development.
(Grant period: December 12, 2017 – June 12, 2018)

Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation, Inc.

Thanks to support from the Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation, Inc., the REFB provides fresh fruits and vegetables, healthy proteins, and nutritious 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: November 14, 2017 – November 13, 2018)

Joy in Childhood Foundation

Thanks to the generous support of the Joy in Childhood Foundation, the REFB continues to provide nourishment to anyone in need of food assistance through Every Child, Every Day, Senior Security, and Neighborhood Hunger Network initiatives. This contribution not only aids in supporting the REFB’s ongoing efforts to end hunger in our community, but also helps sustain the REFB’s Station 3990 emergency drive-through distributions, providing disaster relief to those impacted by the Sonoma County wildfires of 2017.

(Grant period: January 18, 2018 – January 17, 2019)

Red Nose Day Fund

Thanks to the support from the Red Nose Day Fund, the REFB will continue to provide 25-30 pounds of vitamin-rich, fresh fruits and vegetables, nutritious staple foods and healthy protein to help ensure children at risk of facing hunger have access to essential nourishment. Each week, School Pantries are offered at high-need schools located in underserved areas in our community – nine sites in Sonoma County and one in Lake County.
(Grant period: October 1, 2017 – May 31, 2018)

 

Speedway Children's Charities

Speedway Children’s Charities

Thanks to the ongoing support from Speedway Children’s Charities, the REFB provides 25 pounds of vitamin-rich, fresh produce and nutritious staple foods, including healthy protein and dairy items, for low-income families with children each week during the school year at nine high-need schools in Sonoma County.

(Grant period: January 1, 2018 – June 30, 2018)

 

Sonoma Wine Country Weekend

Thanks to the generous grant from Sonoma Wine Country Weekend, the REFB will provide up to 25 pounds of vitamin-rich, fresh fruits and vegetables and nutritious staple foods to vulnerable children during the school year at eight existing School Pantry sites in Sonoma County. Weekly distributions are located at identified high-need elementary schools as an essential nutritional safety net for low-income, food insecure families with children attending the school site. School Pantry helps ensure growing youth obtain proper nutrition, while supporting the health and well-being of the entire family.
(Grant period: August, 2017 – May, 2018)

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PwC Charitable Foundation

Thanks to a generous grant from the PwC Charitable Foundation, the REFB is able to continue offering our Afterschool Café program to children at-risk of missing their daily meals. Hosted by our partners in underserved areas of our community, Afterschool Café ensures that children facing hunger receive nourishing supper or snacks during the week before they go home for the day. Operating five days per week, this program is vital to helping us end childhood hunger in our community.
(Grant period: August 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018)

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