2009-10 Grant Recipients
Installation of solar panels on the agency's food pantry in order to lower energy costs and increase the Foodbank budget to feed low-income families.
Volunteer coordinator, salary support and program costs to assist victims of domestic violence living in the DVS Santa Barbara shelter and in Second Stage housing to achieve stability and self-sufficiency.
Fund case management and volunteer training staff to provide homeless individuals and families with services that lead to stable housing and employment.
Hospice Care Expansion Sustain staff levels and expand holistic end-of-life residential care for low-income and homeless individuals and those with HIV/AIDS.
Case Management for Homeless Mothers and their Children Case management staff to provide low-income and homeless mothers and their children the Program of Affordable Transitional Housing and Services (PATHS) that works to build independence and self-sufficiency.