The Morris Stulsaft Foundation is dedicated to the well-being of Bay Area children and youth, and funds organizations with strong and effective leadership that prepare children and youth from low-income households for fulfilled and productive lives.
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 Severns Family Foundation's mission is to support Northern California community needs in the areas of education and environmental awareness. Invited applicants are required to submit a letter of inquiry briefly describing the project before submitting a full proposal.Learn More
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 Clorox Company Foundation’s mission is to foster healthy and inclusive communities so people can be well and thrive. The Foundation provides grants in the following program areas: racial justice, youth development/education, sustainability, disease prevention, and disaster relief and preparedness.
The Olympic Club Foundation supports and encourages participation of Bay Area youth in amateur athletics. Their singular mission is to financially support programs, which share the belief that participation in organized athletics enriches young lives and develops future community leaders.
The Safeway Foundation works hand in hand with local nonprofit organizations to strengthen local neighborhoods and change lives. All donation and grant requests in California, Northern Nevada and Hawaii require an employee sponsor who is willing to vouch for the work of your organization.
The Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation funds organizations that directly benefit and serve community & social services, youth, primary & secondary education, and the arts in San Francisco County and the City of San Francisco.
The Walter S. Johnson Foundation assists transition-aged foster and other vulnerable youth in Northern California and Nevada, to become successful adults. A letter of inquiry is requested prior to a full proposal submission. The Walter S. Johnson Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals.
The Foundation is dedicated to bringing about positive change in five major urban areas – Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area — with a commitment to providing the educational and developmental opportunities that support equitable outcomes and enable all children and young people to fulfill their potential. The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals.Learn More