2011-12 Grant Recipients
Case supervisor to work with trained volunteers who act as court-appointed advocates for foster children.
Children's Accessible Transport Van purchase and associated expenses to expand transportation services for low-income children participating in youth-serving programs.
Case management to support vulnerable seniors with a comprehensive care system that provides independence and dignity.
Literacy learning stations serving young children in all south Santa Barbara County libraries.
Program support, expansion and evaluation of an intervention and prevention program to address local youth-on-youth violence and gang involvement.
Parent Project. Parent education and mentoring classes utilizing a research-based curriculum in ten Santa Barbara Unified School District schools.
Lead gift to implement an Electronic Health Record system to improve the quality and coordination of health care for low-income patients.
Funding to meet the critical dental needs of the low-income, uninsured residents of south Santa Barbara County.
When Hector was 11 years old, he witnessed the torture and murder of his father and brother by the Mexican cartels.
Mary is a 33-year-old mother and the victim of such serious beatings from her husband that she could barely eat, suffering pain and humiliation from her numerous broken and missing teeth.