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This fund will provide grants to local organizations to implement Raising a Reader, an award-winning pre-reading program that promotes family literacy through a rotating book bag program. http://www.cfsloco.org/grant_rar.php
Annual awards are scholarships to high school students entering senior year who demonstrate outstanding leadership ability in their field of study at a college/ university that is recognized for curriculums in selected professional concentrations.
The Richard K. Sauret Viticulture & Enology Scholarship provides for educational scholarships for students desiring to study viticulture or enology at a four year college or university.
This Fund was established to accept donations in memory of Samantha Curran, with the intention of supporting local nonprofits that match Ms. Curran’s interests.
The Slow Money San Luis Obispo Fund is a designated agency fund to make the Slow Money SLO operations sustainable in its on-going efforts that benefit San Luis Obispo County small agriculture and food businesses, the local food economy, and the health of our community.
The purpose of this fund is to support the philanthropic efforts of Softec, a local technology consortium.
Studios on the Park is located in downtown Paso Robles. It provides work space for local artiists and educational classes, workshops, and exhibitions that are open to the public. The primary purpose of the Studios on the Park Fund is to support the activities of this nonprofit arts organization.
TEACh (The Endowment for the Advancement of Children) shall make grants to teachers to enrich and enhance the experiences of students in the San Luis Coastal Unified School District in perpetuity as recommended by the Donor, TEACh Board of Directors and The Community Foundation Board of Directors.
The primary purpose of the Fund shall be to immediately support teachers through grants to enrich and enhance the experiences of students in the San Luis Coastal Unified School District as recommended by the Donor, TEACh Board of Directors and The Community Foundation Board of Directors.
This Fund supports residents of SLO County and Northern Santa Barbara County with affordable housing opportunities and/or educational support. Areas of affordable housing opportunities may include; Workforce housing; Upgrading existing housing to green building standards code; Housing for youth in the social services system and/or within local nonprofit’s programs for youth between the ages of 16-22; Housing for youth while attending Cuesta College or a local vocational school; Disabled individuals and their families.
This Fund supports special projects or programs in first districts in San Luis Obispo County as recommended by the donor.