Humboldt Area Foundation and Wild Rivers Community Foundation (HAF+WRCF) disbursed more than $75,000 in general operating, capital, and programmatic support through its “Strategy Grants” this October. Recipients included organizations providing support and care for youth, leadership training to further equity commitments, and expansion of services for underrepresented communities.
Grant recipients: Wally’s House (Curry Child Abuse Intervention Center) for its Childrens Wellness Center; Ink People for its English Express learning program; Humboldt County’s Office of Human Resources for its Awareness-based Leadership Program/Supervisor Academy; South Coast Equity Coalition for supporting ongoing relationship building and community support for racial and health equity; and True North Organizing Network for transportation services related to the Mobile Mexican Consulate.
Strategy Grants support charitable organizations and projects that decrease vulnerability, increase equity and further a healthy, just and equitable region where families can thrive. Grants are highly competitive; applicants are encouraged to connect with a HAF+WRCF Program Officer about this and other foundation resources by contacting email@example.com or 707-442-2993.