Share the Spirit Grant Making Project
Welcome to the new home of Share the Spirit 2016!
The Contra Costa Crisis Center and the Bay Area News Group have partnered to bring the Share the Spirit nonprofit grant making project to Alameda and Contra Costa Counties this holiday season 2016.
The goal of the Share the Spirit is to enhance the holiday season (November-December) for those residents in Alameda and Contra Costa who are in greatest need by helping to fund local non-profit holiday programs and seasonal outreach.
Announcing the 2016 Share the Spirit Awardees!
The Share the Spirit evaluation committee, a partnership of Bay Area News Group – East Bay Times and the Contra Costa Crisis Center, is pleased to announce the following organizations have been awarded grants for Share the Spirit 2016:
Acts of Grace/Grace Baptist Church
Alternative Family Services
American Indian Education Program
Ariel Outreach Mission
AXIS Dance Company
Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Services (BORP)
Bay Area Rescue Mission
Berkeley Food and Housing Project
Berkeley Food Pantry
Child Abuse Prevention Council of Contra Costa
Child Care Links
Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area
Downs Memorial United Methodist Church
Episcopal Senior Communities
FACES (Family, Art, Community, Education, Spirituality)
Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (FESCO)
Hayward Police Department
Hope 4 the Heart
Las Trampas School, Inc.
League of Volunteers
LITA of Contra Costa; Port Costa
Loaves and Fishes
Love Center Community Development Corp.
Meals on Wheels Senior Outreach Services
Men and Women of Purpose
Oakland Catholic Worker
Saint Vincent’s Day Home
Salvation Army Antioch
Service Opportunity for Seniors/Meals on Wheels San Leandro
SHELTER, Inc. of Contra Costa County
St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa County
Swords to Plowshares
Tri Valley Haven
West Contra Costa Youth Services Bureau
This was a competitive grant cycle and we say thank you to all the 2016 Share the Spirit applicants for their great work in the community.
Interested nonprofit organizations may review application guidelines here.
For questions, please contact Dee Dee Robillard, at (925) 939-1916 x408.