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1 ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT 10,000 Degrees Summer Application Institute, serving disadvantaged Marin County applying to college ARCS Foundation Scholarships for college student scientists The BASIC Fund Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula Breakthrough San Francisco Bridge the Gap Children's Empowerment Scholarships for low-income students to attend private schools throughout the Bay Area College Bound program, providing academic support services and case management to disadvantaged in East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, and Redwood City Summer and school-year academic enrichment for low-income San Francisco College Prep program, providing academic enrichment for Marin City Smaller Learning Communities initiative at Jefferson High School in Daly City $60,000 $50,000 $10,000 City College of San Francisco Guardian Scholars Student retention program serving former foster $10,000 Coleman Advocates for Youth and Children College Track Youth Making a Change, providing college awareness and preparation services for San Francisco After-school college preparatory program in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Teacher Institute De Marillac Academy Dominican University of California Graduate Support Program, providing test preparation, financial aid advising, and tutoring for low-income students in the Tenderloin neighborhood Pathways Program, providing scholarships for low-income, working students $10,000 Eastside College Preparatory School Scholarship Program $76,000 Envision Schools College Advisory Program, providing academic, social, and emotional support for San Francisco, Oakland, and Hayward high school students preparing to attend college $50,000 First Graduate College access services for disadvantaged San Francisco $ 55,000 Page 1

2 ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT (Continued) Foundation for a College Education Gateway High School Glow Foundation College Bound program, providing academic enrichment, leadership skills, and college planning services for low-income high school students in East Palo Alto General support for educational programming for San Francisco school Family financial planning and college scholarships for lowincome Bay Area The Guardsmen Campership program KIPP Bay Area Schools Meritus College Fund Mission Graduates Omega Boys Club Opportunity Impact Schools Mentoring and Resource Team Seven Tepees Youth Program Students Rising Above Summer Search Bay Area College Access Program services, providing literacy and high school placement to middle school students to Connections program, providing college scholarships and retention services to San Francisco College Connect program, providing college application assistance and family-based counseling services to low-income in the Mission neighborhood Youth Education Program, providing agricultural and environmental education services to low-income San Francisco Building academic and life skills for living in public housing in San Francisco College Access and Alumni Outreach Program, providing internships and application assistance for low-income in San Francisco College and Career Program, promoting college awareness and preparation at San Francisco high schools Intensive support services and college application assistance for low-income San Francisco Leadership development and college access services to lowincome Bay Area high school students $60,000 SFSU Guardian Scholars Year-round housing for former foster attending SFSU $10,000 Total ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT $1,013,000 Page 2

3 COMMUNITY SERVICE Senior Services for Northern California Experience Corps, connecting older adult volunteers with young students living in the Canal neighborhood of Marin County Total COMMUNITY SERVICE 15,000 CULTURAL ENRICHMENT American Conservatory Theater Theater-in-Schools program, providing theater performances and training in San Francisco schools Community Music Center Low-Income Youth Program Dance Brigade Homeless Youth Alliance The Imagine Bus Project Grrrl Brigade Program, providing multi-cultural dance and drumming instruction for low-income girls in San Francisco Art Group Photo Book Project, providing at-risk and homeless training in photography and opportunities to exhibit work in San Francisco Youth Studio, offering incarcerated the opportunity to create art in Sonoma County Mountain Play Association 2010 production of "Guys and Dolls" at Mount Tam $5,000 Museum of Craft & Folk Art Music National Service The New Conservatory Theatre Center Craft and Folk Art Education programs, serving Bay Area MusicianCorps Bay Area, training professional musicians as music teachers and placing them in under resourced schools Satellite Drama and Summer Day Camps programs, providing theater education to low-income Bay Area Youth $10,000 Performing Arts Workshop Artists-in-Communities, providing artist residencies in under resourced San Francisco schools San Francisco Boys Chorus Financial assistance to choristers enrolled in SFBC s music education San Francisco Girls Chorus Financial assistance for choristers enrolled in SFGC's music education San Francisco Mime Troupe Youth Theater Project, providing drama education $10,000 Page 3

4 CULTURAL ENRICHMENT (Continued) San Francisco Opera Association Opera ARIA program, providing opera education in San Francisco public schools SF Camerawork Photography mentoring program for at-risk $10,000 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Young Artists at Work program, providing arts education, vocational development, and employment to low-income San Francisco high school students Young Audiences of Northern California Zaccho Dance Theatre Arts Education programs $50,000 Youth Performing Arts Program, serving from Bayview Hunters Point Total CULTURAL ENRICHMENT $385,000 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUACATION Aim High Environmental Home Program, providing environmental education for Bay Area low-income Eastern Horizons Camperships for disadvantaged Bay Area $6,500 Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation Literacy for Environmental Justice Crissy Field Center Youth Programs, providing environmental education and internships for disadvantaged San Francisco Learning Laguna program, providing environmental education to elementary school students in Sonoma County Heron s Head Park Environmental Education Program, providing environmental education services for San Francisco school children Marine Mammal Center Honorarium $2,500 Outward Bound Pie Ranch Outdoor experiential education for low-income San Francisco Youth Education Program, providing agricultural and environmental education services to low-income San Francisco Page 4

5 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUACATION (Continued) Point Reyes National Seashore Association Seashore Explorers, providing overnight environmental education for disadvantaged Bay Area PRBO Conservation Science San Francisco Nature Education St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Conservation Science Intern Training Program $60,000 In-school and Saturday outdoor education programs $7,500 Camp Create $5,000 Sonoma Ecology Center WildCare Enviro-Leaders, environmental education internships for high school students in Sonoma County No Child Left Indoors, providing environmental education to Bay Area communities $32,000 Wilderness Arts and Literacy Collaborative Field experiences and environmental stewardship program $5,000 Total ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION $368,500 VOCATIONAL & WORKPLACE SKILLS Conservation Corps North Bay Coro Center for Civic Leadership - Northern California Exploratorium Friends of the Urban Forest Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Huckleberry Youth Programs Project Re-Generation, providing outdoor education and environmental service opportunities for low-income Bay Area Exploring Leadership program, providing training in civic affairs and internships for low-income Bay Area high school students Explainer Program, providing training and employment as science educators for San Francisco Youth Tree Care Program, providing outdoor education and vocational development to at-risk in San Francisco Museum Ambassador program, providing fine arts and vocational development for diverse San Francisco Wellness Academy, providing vocational development services and internships to low-income San Francisco Page 5

6 VOCATIONAL & WORKPLACE SKILLS (Continued) Larkin Street Youth Services Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) NatureBridge New Door Ventures San Francisco Education Fund Student Conservation Association Spaulding Wooden Boat Center Spark Turning Heads Project HIRE UP, providing job training, employment, internships, job placement, and support services for homeless in San Francisco Youth Media Docents Program, providing multi-media productions skills training in San Francisco TEAM Program, providing environmentally-focused career development services to Marin and San Francisco Youth Development Initiative, developing core job and life skills and providing individualized case management for lowincome participants Peer Resources, training San Francisco high school to provide peer education and conflict resolution Conservation and restoration opportunities and green jobs training for low-income in San Mateo County Youth Boat Building & Sailing Program, providing vocational development services in Sausalito Apprenticeships for middle-school students in Redwood City and San Francisco Vocational and entrepreneurial training for low-income girls in San Francisco $ 50,000 $50,000 The Women's Building Job Search and Immigrant Assistance Food Pantry programs $5,000 Zeum Zeum Masters program, providing media-focused on-the-job training for Bay Area Total VOCATIONAL & WORKPLACE SKILLS $605,000 PHILANTHROPIC SUPPORT Grantmakers for Children, Youth & Families Northern California Grantmakers 2011 Bay Area Conference $7, membership dues $3,722 The Foundation Center Philanthropic resource center and library $5,000 Total PHILANTHROPIC SUPPORT $16,222 Page 6

7 OTHER Hearing and Speech Center of Northern California Programs supporting individuals with specific hearing and speech needs Save the Children Federation Silverspot Co-operative Nursery School Emergency support for earthquake relief efforts in Haiti $10,000 Enrichment program serving children in Brisbane $7,500 Season of Sharing Fund Support for critical needs for low-income Bay Area families Total OTHER $87,500 BOARD DISCRETIONARY $470, KIMBALL FOUNDATION GRANTS TOTAL $2,953,222 Page 7

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