Humboldt Area Foundation and Wild Rivers Community Foundation (HAF+WRCF) disbursed more than $130,000 in Strategy Grants in May to address pressing needs in Curry, Del Norte, Humboldt, and Trinity counties. Recipients include those with projects and programs supporting resources for the 2S/LGBTQIA+ community, access to healthcare for vulnerable community members, and social emotional learning opportunities for children through the arts.
Grant recipients: Del Norte Childcare Council in Del Norte County; Playhouse Arts and Yurok Tribe Wellness Coalition’s Skue-yech Son ee nah in Humboldt County; Sorrel Leaf Healing Center in Humboldt County; Trinity Together (Cradle to Career Partnership) in Trinity County; Coalition for Responsible Transportation Priorities in Humboldt County; Save California Salmon in Humboldt County; HIV Alliance in Curry County; and Instinctive Motherhood’s “A Mother’s Village” in Humboldt.
“Our region is filled with awe-inspiring community efforts that further a healthy, just, and equitable region where families can thrive,” said Craig Woods, Director of Strategy, Programs, and Community Solutions for HAF+WRCF. “We are grateful for the opportunity to engage with and support these hardworking charitable groups.”
Over $550,000 in Strategy Grants have been disbursed since July 2022. These grants are highly competitive; applicants are encouraged to speak with a Program Officer about this opportunity and other foundation resources by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-442-2993.