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Urban Adamah Grant Amount$75,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportCapital Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2015
Phase II of the Campaign to Build a Permanent Home, capital grant to help Jewish environmental education organization build on its new site.
Urban Adamah Grant Amount$75,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportCapital Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2013
Campaign to Build a Permanent Home, capital grant to help Jewish environmental education organization purchase land.
More information: http://urbanadamah.org/
Urban Adamah Grant Amount$75,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportGeneral Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2016
To enable the organization to realize the programmatic potential of their new site in Berkeley, California.
More information: http://urbanadamah.org/
Urban Adamah Grant Amount$50,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportProject Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2014
Capacity-building support, to enable organization that integrates Judaism, environmental stewardship, and social action to transition to its new location in Berkeley.
Urban Adamah Grant Amount$50,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportGeneral Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2012
Start-Up Funding for organization that integrates Judaism, environmental stewardship, and social action.
Urban Adamah Grant Amount$3,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportAnnual Grant LocationBerkeley, CA Year2012
Urban Habitat Program Grant Amount$35,000 Program AreaEnvironment Type of SupportProject Support LocationOakland, CA Year2018
To lay the foundation for public, community, and private sector partnerships to advance a new series of on-demand transportation solutions that meet community needs without disrupting public transit.
More information: http://urbanhabitat.org/
Urban Habitat Program Grant Amount$35,000 Program AreaEnvironment Type of SupportProject Support LocationOakland, CA Year2017
To lay the foundation for public, community, and private sector partnerships to advance a new series of on-demand transportation solutions that meet community needs without disrupting public transit.
More information: http://urbanhabitat.org/
Urban School of San Francisco Grant Amount$1,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportAnnual Grant LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2016
Urban School of San Francisco Grant Amount$1,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportAnnual Grant LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2015
Urban School of San Francisco Grant Amount$10,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportCapital Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2015
Blueprint for the Future: Alumni Campaign. $10,000 over three years (2015-2018).
Urban School of San Francisco Grant Amount$1,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportAnnual Grant LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2018
Urban School of San Francisco Grant Amount$1,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportAnnual Grant LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2017
Urban Solutions Grant Amount$15,000 Program AreaEnvironment Type of SupportProject Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2011
Green Business Initiative, to help small San Francisco businesses increase their sustainable practices.
Urban Solutions Grant Amount$15,000 Program AreaEnvironment Type of SupportProject Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2008
Green Business Initiative, to help small San Francisco businesses increase their sustainable practices.
Urban Solutions Grant Amount$15,000 Program AreaEnvironment Type of SupportProject Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2009
Green Business Initiative, to help small San Francisco businesses increase their sustainable practices.
Urban Sustainability Directors Network Grant Amount$35,000 Program AreaEnvironment Type of SupportProject Support LocationChicago, IL Year2016
To develop, launch, and evaluate two city pilot initiatives to test strategies that address the economic, social, and cultural factors of sustainable consumption.
More information: http://www.usdn.org
USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education Grant Amount$150,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportProject Support LocationLos Angeles, CA Year2013
IWitness, an interactive website that educates students about genocide ($150,000 over two years, 2013-2014).
More information: http://iwitness.usc.edu/SFI/
Violence Policy Center Grant Amount$35,000 Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties Type of SupportProject Support LocationWashington, DC Year2017
To educate the public about the lack of consumer product health and safety regulation of the gun industry, expose the industry’s aggressive marketing tactics, and further engage the public in efforts to reduce gun violence.
More information: http://www.vpc.org
Violence Policy Center Grant Amount$35,000 Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties Type of SupportProject Support LocationWashington, DC Year2015
To educate the public about the lack of consumer product health and safety regulation of the gun industry, expose the industry’s aggressive marketing tactics, and further engage the public in efforts to reduce gun violence.
More information: https://www.vpc.org/
Violence Policy Center Grant Amount$35,000 Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties Type of SupportProject Support LocationWashington, DC Year2016
To educate the public about the lack of consumer product health and safety regulation of the gun industry, expose the industry’s aggressive marketing tactics, and further engage the public in efforts to reduce gun violence. 
More information: http://www.vpc.org
Volunteer Legal Services Program Grant Amount$20,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportProject Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2012
School-to-College Building Bridges Program, to provide expanded and enhanced resources to help underserved students prepare for college.
Volunteers in Medicine – San Francisco Grant Amount$20,000 Program AreaHealth and Recreation Type of SupportProject Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2014
Support for Clinic by the Bay, a clinic which utilizes the use of retired and other volunteer professionals to provide no-cost quality primary healthcare services to uninsured individuals in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties.
Volunteers in Medicine – San Francisco Grant Amount$12,000 Program AreaHealth and Recreation Type of SupportProject Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2012
To support Clinic by the Bay, a clinic serving the primary medical needs of the uninsured in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties through free services provided by volunteer medical providers..
Volunteers in Medicine – San Francisco Grant Amount$10,000 Program AreaHealth and Recreation Type of SupportProject Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2009
To provide start-up funding for Clinic by the Bay, a new clinic that will serve the primary medical needs of the uninsured in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties through free services provided by volunteer medical providers.
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