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International League of Conservation Photographers $2,500 For staff to attend Jackson Wild Capacity 2019 Pacific
Pacific Institute $1,746 For staff to attend the Water Smart Innovations Conference Capacity 2019 Pacific
Pacific Institute $1,329 For staff to attend the WateReuse Symposium Capacity 2019 Pacific
Samuel Lawrence Foundation $2,500 The Samuel Lawrence Foundation (SLF) and regional experts believe there are safer storage configurations for the nuclear waste generated by the now-closed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. SLF is facilitating a consensus-building process by synthesizing the research and expertise of global nuclear scientists and industry experts and engaging public officials, citizens, and activists to create informed solutions. Accountability, Advocacy, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Tech Impact $960 So that our grantees could attend the Software Selection Course Capacity 2019 Pacific
Youth Speaks $5,000 To support spoken word programming that provides platforms and mentorship for young people to speak to urgent environmental literacy issues. They help youth be able to shift the language of the “environmental movement” to incorporate the environmental aspects of unhealthy societies that are directly – and daily – impacting young people, while connecting them to the larger, global environmental issues. By raising the visibility of these voices and maximizing our partnerships, we will provide young people with increased opportunities to present their ideas in large public forums to policy makers, politicians, and leading thinkers in the environmental movement. Accountability, Civic Engagement, Communications, Outreach, Political Will 2019 Pacific
Santa Barbara Channelkeeper $40,000 Support for general operations of Santa Barbara Channelkeeper. Advocacy, Keepers, Outreach, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Center for Independent Documentary, Inc. $150,000 A feature-length documentary highlights how a passionate music educator has established a culture at this pre-through-8th-grade school, through attention to the Orff method of musical education and traditions filled with rhythm and dance. This film will illuminate the belief that music education is essential to encourage many of the traits and abilities that humans need in today’s world: how we listen, how we create and collaborate, and how we venture into the unknown with confidence. N/A 2019 Pacific
Friends School of Baltimore $2,000 The Fund for Friends - Arts Fund N/A 2019 Pacific
Inside the Outdoors Foundation $1,000 Inside the Outdoors (ITO) developed the Where’s My Water? (WMW) program with the goal of sustaining long-term water awareness, water conservation practices and behavior changes in schools and communities. WMW introduces students in ten Southern California middle and high schools to the current topics about where we get our water and how it is distributed across the state. Civic Engagement, Political Will, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Mariposa County RCD $5,000 The Mariposa County Resource Conservation District encourages and facilitates cooperative solutions to local resource conservation issues and problems. They provide technical, financial and educational resources to meet the needs of the 17,500 residents of this rural county in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada with programs to facilitate fuels reduction, water conservation, biomass utilization and watershed health, among others. They also facilitate the Yosemite-Mariposa Integrated Water Management group and assist local non-profits with grant writing and administration. They partner with State, Federal and local agencies such as Yosemite National Park, the US Forest Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Mariposa County, the FireSafe Council, and the University of California Master Gardeners. Accountability, Advocacy, Capacity, Civic Engagement, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Monterey Bay Aquarium Foundation $100,000 Ocean Education and Leadership Center Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Outreach, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Natural Resources All Families Foundation Inc $5,000 Natural Resources serves expecting and new families in the San Fracisco Bay Area of all income levels through education, empowerment, and community. While specializing in natural and conscious parenting, Natural Resources ultimately prepares parents to make informed decisions that support the optimal development of their newborn and their family. N/A 2019 Pacific
Shasta Regional Community Foundation $3,000 The Community Disaster Relief Fund was established to receive donations supporting mid and long-term recovery for those in the Northern California impacted by the July 2018 Carr Fire. As Shasta County’s only long-term recovery fund, the Community Foundation and its partners are committed to play the important transitional role required for mid and long-term recovery. Funds support nonprofit organizations and public entities that have a defined role in the mid to long-term recovery efforts by providing critical services including emergency food distribution, shelter and long-term housing, emotional and spiritual care, economic and rental assistance, education, healthcare, and more to victims of the disaster. N/A 2019 Pacific
Sustainable Conservation $596 for staff to attend the Western Groundwater Conference Capacity 2019 Pacific
Tandem Partners in Early Learning $5,000 Tandem, Partners in Early Learning holds a vision of an equitable and just society where all children enter school ready to succeed. To that end, our mission is to engage the whole community to ensure all families have the resources, skills, and confidence they need to support their children’s early brain development and kindergarten readiness. More than half of San Francisco Bay Area children arrive at kindergarten without the early literacy, critical thinking, and social-emotional skills they need to succeed, which puts them at risk for never reaching their full potential. A disproportionately large number of these children are from underserved and under-resourced families, including children from low-income families, children of color, English language learners, immigrants, children not enrolled in preschool or formal care, homeless, foster youth, and children with disabilities. Tandem aims to address these opportunity gaps through two complementary programs: StoryCycles, a school-to-home book-sharing program, and Early Learning Everywhere, an ecosystem of support for parents/caregivers and educators for promoting literacy and language development. Civic Engagement, Communications 2019 Pacific
Ventura County Community Foundation $3,000 The 805 UndocuFund is a collective effort to ensure that undocumented individuals and families impacted by recent natural disasters have the support they need in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties where many have put down deep roots spanning decades. The Thomas, Hill, and Woolsey wildfires of 2017 and 2018 created widespread, devastating effects for this community. This effort assists individuals and families who have lost their homes, wages, and/or employment due to these natural disasters with expenses. N/A 2019 Pacific
Sonoma RCD $40,000 Support for rural stormwater management in the Russian River watershed. Land Use, Outreach, Stormwater 2019 Pacific
Community Initatives $75,000 As fiscal sponsor for Northern Sierra Partnership, support for accelerating restoration of headwater forests and meadows in the Northern Sierra. Communications, Non-traditional Allies, Outreach 2019 Pacific
Sanctuary Forest $30,000 Support for promoting landowner stewardship to reduce cumulative impacts on the Mattole River watershed. Comprehensive Plans, Land Use, Outreach, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
American Conservation Film Festival Inc. $24,250 Challenge Grant Capacity, Communications 2019 Pacific
California Association of Resource Conservation Districts $939 For staff to attend the NACD Executive Directors Conference Capacity 2019 Pacific
San Diego Coastkeeper $75,000 Support for comprehensive tracking and advocacy of issues impacting San Diego Bay watersheds. Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Keepers, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Inc $500,000 General Support Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture, Baywide, Civic Engagement, Communications, Comprehensive Plans, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality, WIP 2019 Pacific
Community Alliance With Family Farmers Foundation $3,577 Capacity Building - Program Integration Capacity 2019 Pacific
Community Initatives $12,000 Foodshed Funders Membership Dues Capacity 2019 Pacific
Conservation Lands Foundation $5,000 CLF is the only national movement of grassroots advocates to protect, restore and expand National Conservation Lands. CLF's model of forwarding effective and enduring land protection comes directly from the places they work to protect. They ensure that local voices have the resources needed to stand strong to defend and catalyze future protections for public lands. They will be enhancing their work to acknowledge and elevate the Indigenous connection to land protection, engage diverse constituencies, and inspire awareness and exploration. Accountability, Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Outreach, Political Will 2019 Pacific
Lake Roland Nature Council Inc $5,000 The Lake Roland Nature Center provides year-round environmental education Political Will 2019 Pacific
Non-Profit Technology Enterprise Network $2,108 For staff to attend the Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband Conference Capacity 2019 Pacific
Tech Impact $2,160 For our grantees to attend the Accidental Techie course. Capacity 2019 Pacific
Washington College $200,000 Semans-Griswold Environmental Hall N/A 2019 Pacific
The Water Foundation $100,000 To achieve long-term balance and sustainability of water management in California, the Water Foundation is supporting a community of practice among NGOs, local government agencies, academics, and agricultural producers to develop groundwater markets that add flexibility and efficiency in service of sustainable water management. Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture, Capacity, Communications, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
The Water Foundation $250,000 The Water Foundation will work with partners to ensure that California’s Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Fund (SB 200) is implemented effectively and equitably, prioritizing the communities most in need of help. They will also focus on a longer-term capacity-building strategy aimed at building representative and responsive drinking water governance. Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture, Capacity, Civic Engagement, Communications, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Feather River Land Trust $30,000 Support for watershed planning with tribal and agricultural partners. Agriculture, Capacity, Outreach, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Seventh Generation Advisors $35,000 Support for gathering and sharing models and lessons learned for effective stormwater management. Civic Engagement, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Western Rivers Conservancy $75,000 Support for planning for watershed restoration in Blue Creek, a tributary of the Klamath River. Comprehensive Plans, Fisheries, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Trout Unlimited $75,000 Support for improving streamflow and reducing the impacts of cannabis in several coastal watersheds in California. Advocacy, Political Will, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Earth Island Institute $15,353 Story Circles is an innovative program started in 2015, first outlined in the book, “Houston, We Have A Narrative,” (University of Chicago Press, 2015) by scientist-turned-filmmaker Randy Olson. It is built around the premise that narrative structure is the central element for effective communication, BUT is also the most difficult challenge for communication, THEREFORE it needs extra effort. Finding the ideal narrative structure for any content is like solving a puzzle — it takes time and a sense for how narrative works. Story Circles helps develop that sense, called “Narrative Intuition.” Communications 2019 Pacific
Los Angeles Waterkeeper $70,000 Support for general operations of Los Angeles Waterkeeper. Accountability, Civic Engagement, Keepers, Land Use, Outreach, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Friends of the San Juans $15,000 Optimize the leadership skills of the executive director and executive team of the Friends of the San Juans so they can achieve their full potential to preserve and restore the San Juan Islands and the Salish Sea for people and nature. Capacity 2019 Pacific
Greater Ruxton Area Foundation Inc. $200 The Greater Ruxton Area Foundation is dedicated to encouraging practices and policies that further enhance, restore and preserve the unique qualities and character of the community to include: beautification of streetscapes, open spaces and vacant land; preservation of historic vistas, structures and the historic record; and the protection and preservation of natural resources. N/A 2019 Pacific
National Aquarium in Baltimore, Inc. $250,000 The National Aquarium is home to more than 20,000 animals representing 800 species in award-winning, naturalistic habitats, attracting 1.3 million annual visitors from across the region, country and world. A trusted public platform for the promotion of environmental literacy and stewardship with universal appeal, we fulfill our mission to inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures onsite and far beyond. Through pioneering science, hands-on conservation initiatives, wild animal rescue and release, educational programming, and advocacy for public policies informed by science, we address issues that challenge global aquatic habitats with hopeful educational messaging and meaningful strategic action. Civic Engagement 2019 Pacific
CaringBridge $500 That inaugural CaringBridge website allowed people to easily get updates and offer support and encouragement. Word spread, and others began to request their own CaringBridge websites. In 2002, CaringBridge became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization incorporated in the USA, with all data hosted in the USA, providing support when it’s needed most. Our reach has grown: Since 1997, more than 740,000 CaringBridge websites have been created. One in thirteen people in the U.S. have used CaringBridge to rally support for a loved one during a health journey, and our reach extends to 235 countries and territories around the world. N/A 2019 Pacific
Lutherville Volunteer Fire Company $100 Lutherville Volunteer Fire Company is a 100% volunteer organization that has been serving North-Central Baltimore County since 1909. N/A 2019 Pacific
Maryland Food Bank $200 The Maryland Food Bank leads the movement to end hunger in Maryland. They have an extensive network of community and organizational partners across the state that distribute food to the Marylanders who need us. They supply the food to hundreds of food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and faith-based organizations that serve food-insecure Marylanders. They supplement this work with outreach programs that provide direct food assistance, educate the public on the importance of good nutrition, and fight hunger through innovative means. N/A 2019 Pacific
Sustainable Conservation $60,000 Support for work with agricultural communities and water managers to improve sustainable groundwater management, farm-scale performance monitoring, and watershed health along the Central Coast. Agriculture, Capacity, Nutrients, Outreach, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Big Sur Land Trust $50,000 Support for efforts to restore Carr Lake in Salinas and to incorporate nature-based treatment of urban runoff and stormwater into project planning. Civic Engagement, Comprehensive Plans, Land Use, Outreach, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Canadian Humanitarian Organization for International Relief $50,000 Nunya Academy uses traditional music and dance to empower young people in Ghana and to support their intellectual development in other areas of education including math, science, arts, indigenous knowledge, and literacy. N/A 2016 Pacific
Canadian Humanitarian Organization for International Relief $50,000 Nunya Academy uses traditional music and dance to empower young people in Ghana and to support their intellectual development in other areas of education including math, science, arts, indigenous knowledge, and literacy. N/A 2019 Pacific
Canadian Humanitarian Organization for International Relief $50,000 Nunya Academy uses traditional music and dance to empower young people in Ghana and to support their intellectual development in other areas of education including math, science, arts, indigenous knowledge, and literacy. N/A 2020 Pacific