2019-20 Grant Recipients

Low-income seniors have a better chance of staying in their homes with onsite physical and mental health support.
2019-20 - $ 100,000

Provide an on-site case management and health support team for low-income seniors.

Volunteers at Doctors Without Walls bring medical assistance to homeless people wherever they are - in parks, cars, shelters, on beaches, under freeways.
2019-20 - $ 60,000

Fund a daytime outreach specialist to expand the reach of medical volunteers helping homeless people.

In addition to scheduled trips, Easy Lift provides short-notice low-cost transportation for seniors and other individuals who cannot use public transport due to physical or mental challenges.
2019-20 - $ 80,000

Enable same-day transportation services for eligible seniors and disabled people. 

A future engineer studies science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics at El Camino Elementary School’s STEAM lab.
2019-20 - $ 65,000

Fund a state-of-the-art STEAM Lab at El Camino Elementary School.

The Immigrant Legal Defense Center provides free legal defense for immigrants facing deportation, with the goal of keeping families intact.
2019-20 - $ 65,000

Partially fund an immigration attorney supporting volunteer lawyers representing families facing deportation.

The nationally recognized suicide prevention program “Sources of Strength” provides training and materials to cultivate supportive connections for students at three Santa Barbara High Schools.  Suicide is the second leading cause of death for teens.
2019-20 - $ 90,000

Bring suicide prevention program “Sources of Strength” to 6,000 students and teachers at Santa Barbara High Schools.

A Library-on-the-Go brings the wonder of books to children and families unable to visit a library.
2019-20 - $ 100,000

Fund a Library-on-the-Go mobile van to provide information, training and library services for those with limited access

Low-income children and adults receive comprehensive eye exams, glasses and medicine at SEE International’s Santa Barbara Vision Care Program.
2019-20 - $ 60,000

Update optometric equipment at the Santa Barbara Vision Care Program and Clinic, expanding free eye care for low-income patients.

Showers of Blessing’s mobile shower/bathroom units provide cleanliness – along with dignity and respect – for people who are homeless.
2019-20 - $ 65,000

Purchase a mobile three-stall shower/bathroom trailer for people who are homeless.

“Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness for people over 60 years old.

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