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HAF+WRCF grant funding supports charitable programs and projects in our region (Humboldt, Del Norte, and Trinity counties in California, and Curry County, Oregon). 

Who is eligible to apply for grants?   

Non-profit organizations, public benefit organizations (including churches, educational organizations/schools, hospitals, government units, tribal governments, etc.), groups working with a qualified fiscal sponsor, and other organizations and groups working on charitable projects are eligible to apply for grants.  

A limited number of funds support individuals. Please see our listing of available grants and awards for eligibility details. If you are looking for information about scholarships to support post-secondary education, please visit our Scholarships page.

Funding is made available by the generosity of donors, fund holders, affiliates, and funding partners. Humboldt Area Foundation and Wild Rivers Community Foundation’s strategic goals of racial equity, just economic development, healthy ecosystems and environments, and thriving youth and families drive our funding priorities and resource allocation. Our grants aim to minimize vulnerability and increase equity to strengthen institutions, providers, and leaders across our rural and native lands. 

Click here for a listing of grants available on the HAF+WRCF Grants Portal

For Grants Portal technical support, FAQs, and contact information, please see below. 

HAF+WRCF Grants Portal Information and Support

For technical support, please contact:

Savannah Sonia, Grants & Scholarships Coordinator – (707) 284 0180 or

Elena Keltz, Project & Program Manager, Community Solutions – (707) 267 9920 or

For questions about specific grants, please email or call (707) 442 2993 to be connected to the appropriate team member. If you are seeking a specific member of our team, please check our Staff Directory

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