The Lesher Foundation's goal is to enhance the quality of life in Contra Costa County, through charitable giving in support of education, arts and culture, and children and families. The Foundation will not review any LOIs until January 2022.
The Morrison & Foerster Foundation’s contributions are made through a number of giving programs primarily focused on organizations that either serve disadvantaged youth or provide free legal services to people in need. The Foundation considers funding requests only if sponsored by Morrison & Foerster lawyers or staff. They are not accepting other unsolicited grant proposals at this time.
Oakland Fund for Children & Youth provides strategic funding to support Oakland's children and youth from birth to 21 years of age to become healthy, happy, educated, engaged, powerful and loved community members. Accepting RFPs again in late 2021.
Cowell’s work is organized around a place-based grantmaking strategy that supports communities where residents, service providers, educators and civic leaders work together to improve the quality of life for children and families. Please call S. H. Cowell Foundation before sending proposals.
The Silver Giving Foundation's mission is to expand educational opportunities for California’s children, strengthen our democracy, and end homelessness for families in San Francisco. The Silver Giving Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals in any of its program areas. If you believe your organization or program is a strong fit, please submit a clear, concise description of your organization or program to email@example.comLearn More
The Teichert Foundation grants to organizations that create beauty, foster culture, nurture children, provide access to food and housing for those in need, preserve nature, increase awareness of our environment, build an educated citizenry and a well-prepared workforce, and strive to provide better health for all.
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation's mission is to improve the lives of children, families, and communities--and to restore and protect our planet.
The Wayne and Gladys Valley Foundation was formed in 1977 by Wayne and Gladys Valley to provide financial assistance for various charitable organizations of particular interest to them, principally in the East Bay Area of California. These areas include educational fields, Catholic organizations, and other charitable organizations focused on medical research, health care, local parks and recreational facilities, and projects serving youth.
The Mission of the Zellerbach Family Foundation is to be a catalyst for constructive social change by initiating and investing in efforts that strengthen families and communities.