The Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health
770 Welch Rd., Ste. 350
Palo Alto, CA 94304
• Asian American Recovery, San Mateo County, CA, $200,000 over three years for “Project Lakas.”
• Bay Area Community Resources, San Mateo County, CA, $150,000 over three years for the New Perspectives Middle School Youth Enrichment and Leadership Program.
• The Cleo Eulau Center, San Mateo County, CA, $100,000 over three years to evaluate the effectiveness of a program that reaches troubled youth through teachers.
• The Edgewood Center for Children, San Mateo County, CA, $200,000 over two years to expand its Kinship Support Network program for children being raised by grandparents or other relatives.
• Friends for Youth, San Mateo County, CA, $100,000 over two years for its mentoring assistance program.
• Pacific Islander Outreach, San Mateo County, CA, $100,000 over three years for its parenting program.
• Samaritan House, San Mateo County, CA, $102,000 over two years to hire a full-time community worker to focus on outreach to families with children at risk of abuse and neglect.
• Shelter Network of San Mateo County, San Mateo County, CA, $100,000 over two years to support a “0-5 Children’s Program” for homeless children and their families.
• The Community Learning Center, San Mateo County, CA, $100,000 over two years for an after-school program at the South San Francisco Public Library.
• United Cerebral Palsy Association of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, San Mateo County, CA, $100,000 over two years to gather data on the maltreatment of children with disabilities.
• Big Brothers Big Sisters, Santa Clara County, CA, $75,000 over two years for a community-based mentoring program for children 9 to 13.
• Bill Wilson Center, Santa Clara County, CA, $120,000 over three years to launch a new program for sixth-graders at three middle schools in downtown San Jose.
• Children’s Health Council, Santa Clara County, CA, $200,000 over two years to evaluate the Leadership, Ethnic and Academic Pride after-school program.
• Community Foundation Silicon Valley – “The Mayfair Improvement Initiative”, Santa Clara County, CA, $150,000 over two years for truancy prevention at Lee Mathson Middle School.
• Community Solutions, Santa Clara County, CA, $115,000 over two years to establish an after-school program for preteens who live in the Lilly Gardens housing project in Gilroy.
• Fresh Lifelines for Youth, Santa Clara County, CA, $92,000 over three years to help expand a “Law for Your Life Prevention” curriculum to seventh- and eighth-grade students at a San Jose middle school.
• YWCA, Santa Clara County, CA, $200,000 over two years to launch the “New Options —Middle School,” an after-school program for preteen girls and boys in east San Jose.
Lilly Endowment Inc.
2801North Meridian St.
P.O. Box 88068
Indianapolis, IN 46208-0068
• Coalition for Homeless Intervention and Prevention, Indianapolis, IN, $250,000 for general operating support.
• University of Houston Foundation, Houston, TX, $725,742 to study the relationships between congregations and interfaith community ministry coalitions.
• Big Brothers of Greater Indianapolis, IN, $50,000 toward transitional costs for the Big Brothers/Big Sisters merger.
• Children’s Bureau of Indianapolis, IN, $168,400 for partial support of a family group conferencing program.
• Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, IN, $15 million for the development of a permanent dinosaur project.
• Indiana Association of United Ways, Indianapolis, IN, $7,098,000 for phase two of Project Jumpstart.
• Indiana Sports Corp., Indianapolis, IN, $500,000 for operating support and rent relief for amateur sports governing bodies and youth activities.
• Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center, IN, $240,000 for neighborhood development.
• Community Initiatives, Ligonier, IN, $2,668,570 to promote pre-K-12 education, workforce development and multicultural awareness.
• DeKalb County Parent Group for Handicapped Children, Auburn, IN, $4.9 million for a countywide early literacy initiative.
• Marion County Commission on Youth, Indianapolis, IN, $150,000 for operating support and planning for local continuing education system for youth workers.
The George Gund Foundation
1845 Guildhall Bldg.
45 Prospect Ave., West
Cleveland, OH 44115
• Lorain County Community College Foundation, Elyria, OH, $150,000 over two years for the Building Engineering, Science and Technology Talent for Lorain County’s Future campaign.
• The Partnership For Education in Ashtabula County, Jefferson, OH, $100,000 over two years as start-up support.
• West Side Community House, Cleveland, OH, $50,000 over two years for a literacy collaborative.
• Girl Scouts of Lake Erie Council, Cleveland, OH, $15,000 for a diversity project.
• Youth Opportunities Unlimited, Cleveland, OH, $6,000 for strategic planning.
• J.U.M.P., Shaker Heights, OH, $5,000 for operating support.
• Berea Children’s Home, Berea, OH, $100,000 for residential treatment center construction.
• Shaker Family Center at Sussex, Shaker Heights, OH, $40,000 over two years for a volunteer coordinator.
• Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, OH, $20,000 toward a community education program.
• Rainbow Hospital, Cleveland, OH, $5,200 for the “How to Know Who’s for Kids and Who’s Just Kidding” brochure.
• Diocese of Ohio Episcopal Community Services Foundation, Cleveland, OH, $25,000 for community and youth services.
• Kids Voting Ohio, Columbus, OH, $7,500 for a pilot project in five inner ring suburbs.
The Kresge Foundation
P.O. Box 3151 Troy, MI
• Boys & Girls Club of Greater Portland, ME, $500,000 for the renovation of two facilities.
• Children’s Home Society of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, $750,000 for construction of a main facility and renovation of an adoption services building.
• Family & Children’s Service, Minneapolis, MN, $275,000 toward the purchase of a replacement facility in South Minneapolis.
• Girl Scouts-Lone Star Council, Austin, TX, $650,000 for phase two of a facilities renovation and expansion at Camp TexLake.
• Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington, Seattle, WA, $750,000 to build a second Ronald McDonald House and a bone marrow transplant house unit.
• Youth and Family Services, Rapid City, SD, $210,000 toward the purchase of property, renovation of a facility and construction of a building.
The Annenberg Foundation
St. Davids Center, Ste. A-200
150 Radnor-Chester Rd.
St. Davids, PA 19087
• Bethune Theatredanse, Los Angeles, CA, $1,000,000 to increase the number of community sites for its dance and performance programs for handicapped children.
• Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA, $200,000 to increase disadvantaged school students’ access to the Young Artist Workshop program.
• Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA, $100,000 for its arts education programs for children.
• AVANCE, San Antonio, TX, $175,000 to field-test and disseminate in California a curriculum for families.
• University of California/PUENTE Program, Oakland, CA, $300,000 for a program to help youths from low-income families in the Los Angeles area succeed in high school and college.
• Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Atlanta, GA, $200,000 to implement “KidzLit,” an after-school literature program for children ages 5-13.
• Washington Tennis & Education Foundation, Washington, D.C., $200,000 to increase the number of students served by the Center for Excellence.
• Heart of Los Angeles Youth, Los Angeles, CA, $125,000 to support its after-school and weekend tutorial and computer skills programs for children and teen-agers.
• Sierra Club, San Francisco, CA, $75,000 to expand its national Inner City Outings program.
• Community Partners, Los Angeles, CA, $50,000 to increase the number of students served by Solid Youth.
Surdna Foundation Inc.
330 Madison Ave., 30th Floor
New York, NY 10017-5001
• Alternatives in Action, Alameda, CA, $400,000 over two years to support a “Youth Zone” designed by high school youth from across the city.
• We Interrupt This Message, San Francisco, CA, $75,000 to develop a Bay Area youth council.
• Center For Court Innovation, New York, NY, $100,000 for its youth court in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
• Highlander Research and Education Center, New Market, TN, $100,000 for growing an extensive network of youth organizing programs working for democratic participation and economic justice in Appalachia and the South.
• Save The Children/Youth Noise, Washington, DC, $150,000 for developing and launching a Web site to help teenagers become local activists and participate in civic life.
• East Bay Conservation Corps, Oakland, CA, $125,000 for a charter school focused on democratic participation, service-learning and community improvement.
The California Wellness Foundation
6320 Canoga Avenue, Ste. 1700
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
• The Imoyase Group, Los Angeles, CA, $897,000 over two years to continue evaluating the Children and Youth Community Health Initiative.
• California Family Health Council, Los Angeles, CA, $2 million over two years for the reproductive health services of the teen pregnancy prevention peer provider program.
• Community Wellness Partnership, Pomona, CA, $160,000 over two years for community-based youth violence prevention services in Pomona.
• Eye Counseling & Crisis Services, Escondido, CA, $160,000 over two years for community-based youth violence prevention services in Escondido.
• Inland Counties Health Systems Agency, Riverside, CA, $125,000 over two years for community-based youth violence prevention in Riverside.
• Inner-city Struggle, Los Angeles, CA, $300,000 over two years for community-based youth violence prevention in East Los Angeles.
• La Familia Counseling Center, Sacramento, CA, $112,500 over two years for community-based youth violence prevention in south Sacramento.
• Los Angeles Commission On Assaults Against Women, Los Angeles, CA, $160,000 over two years for community-based youth violence prevention in the mid-San Fernando Valley.
• Mission Neighborhood Centers, San Francisco, CA, $160,000 over two years for community-based youth violence prevention in the Mission District of San Francisco.
• Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos, Santa Cruz, CA, $160,000 over two years for community-based youth violence prevention in Santa Cruz County.
• West Oakland Health Council, Oakland, CA, $160,000 over two years for community-based youth violence prevention in West Oakland.
• Echo Park Boys & Girls Club, Los Angeles, CA, $50,000 for SMART Girls, a teen pregnancy prevention program for girls ages 10 to 17.
• Girls Inc., Culver City, CA, $75,000 over two years for the preventing adolescent pregnancy program.
• Boys & Girls Club of Chico, CA, $75,000 over two years to provide after-school violence prevention programs for youth in Butte County.
• Chinatown Service Center, Los Angeles, CA, $100,000 over two years for a school-based violence prevention program.
• Girls and Gangs, Pasadena, CA, $85,000 over two years for violence prevention workshops for girls 12-18 at the Camp Scott juvenile facility.
• Lao Iu Mien Culture Associations, Oakland, CA, $85,000 over two years for a violence prevention program designed to reduce gang involvement.
• Watts Century Latino Organization, Los Angeles, CA, $100,000 over two years for the School/Community Violence Prevention Network Program serving South Central Los Angeles
• California Conservation Corps, Klamath, CA, $75,000 over three years for implementing and evaluating an education and treatment program addressing substance abuse problems among corps members.
• Alliance For Children’s Rights, Los Angeles, CA, $100,000 over two years to help poverty-level children in foster care have continuous access to quality health care in Los Angeles County.
• American Youth Work Center, Washington, D.C., $150,000 over three years to continue coverage of adolescent health issues and California-based content and circulation of the newspaper Youth Today.
• California Coalition For Childhood Immunization, Sacramento, CA, $100,000 over two years for general support.
• California WIC Association, Sacramento, CA, $250,000 over two years for general support.
• Computers in our Future Statewide Network, Riverside, CA, $150,000 over two years for general support.
• Fight Crime: Invest In Kids California, Oakland, CA, $100,000 over two years to educate the public and policy-makers about the need to increase resources statewide for after-school programs and other violence prevention policies.
• Helen Keller International, New York, NY, $150,000 over two years for the Los Angeles Child Sight program.
• Justice Now, Oakland, CA, $50,000 over two years for the peer education support program.
• Public Allies, Los Angeles, CA, $100,000 over two years to train Los Angeles-based youth as leaders in nonprofit health services.
• St. John’s Well Child Center, Los Angeles, CA, $100,000 over two years to expand access to preventive and primary medical services for children of poverty-level families living in Compton and South Central Los Angeles.