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1 Y & H SODA FOUNDATION GRANTS AWARDED JANUARY 1, DECEMBER 31, 2014 Family Economic Success Alameda County Library Foundation ESL and Computer Classes in Ashland $20,000 American Indian Child Resource Center Preparing Oakland Native Youth Program $30,000 American Indian Child Resource Center Interim Staffing for PONY Program $10,000 Anewamerica Community Corporation Contra Costa Programs $90,000 Anewamerica Community Corporation Business Alliance for Local Living Economies Conference Fee $400 Bay Area Legal Aid East Bay General Operating Support $45,000 Berkeley Food and Housing Project Employment & Income Services Program $60,000 Bread Project General Operating Support $40,000 California Reinvestment Coalition General Operating Support $40,000 California Reinvestment Coalition Strategic Planning $5,000 Centro Community Partners Entrepreneur Readiness Program $35,000 City of Fremont SparkPoint Program $85,000 City of Richmond RichmondBuild $2,000 Civicorps Schools General Operating Support $20,000 Community Financial Resources Research for FESP Policy Toolkit $7,500 Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond Asset-Building Program and HR Capacity Building $65,000 Covenant House California Oakland Education and Employment Services $60,000 Cypress Mandela Training Center General Operating Support $120,000 Union City Satellite Preapprenticeship Cypress Mandela Training Center Program $50,000 Diversity in Health Training Institute General Operating Support $45,000 Earned Asset Resource Network Inc. Alameda and Contra Costa Asset Building Programs $100,000 East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation Family Economic Success and Community Economic Development Programs $85,000 East Bay Innovations Project SEARCH $20,000 First Place for Youth Contra Costa County Steps to Success Program $120,000 Game Theory Academy General Operating Support $15,000 Housing and Economic Rights Advocates General Operating Support $60,000 Housing and Economic Rights Advocates Capacity Building $10,000 Oakland Employment Program and International Rescue Committee Inc. Healthy Food Entrepreneurship Pilot $40,000

2 Jewish Vocational & Career Counseling Service East Bay EXCEL Program $100,000 Local Initiatives Support Corporation General Operating Support $7,300 Mission Asset Fund General Operating Support $100,000 Mission Asset Fund East Bay Lending Circle Events $1,000 Next Step Learning Center Inc. General Operating Support $55,000 Oakland Unified School District Planning Grant to Rebuild Oakland Adult School $20,000 Opportunity Fund Northern California Alameda County Start2Save Program $80,000 Opportunity Junction Job Training and Placement Program $150,000 Rising Sun Energy Center GETS Training Program $80,000 Rubicon Programs Inc. General Operating Support $200,000 Rubicon Programs Inc. General Operating Support $1,000 San Francisco Foundation Bay Area Workforce Funding Collaborative $100,000 Shelter Inc. of Contra Costa County Employment Services Program $160,000 Spanish-Speaking Unity Council of Alameda County Inc. Health Care Sector Initiative and Peralta Service Corporation $60,000 Swords to Plowshares Veterans Rights Organization East Bay Employment and Training Program $40,000 The English Center Pilot IT Career Readiness Program $75,000 The English Center Computer Lab Upgrade $15,000 The Regents of the University of California General Operating Support for Labor Center $25,000 The Stride Center Capacity Building $169,500 The Stride Center General Operating Support $100,000 Tmc Development Working Solutions East Bay Expansion $40,000 Tradeswoman Incorporated Board/Staff Strategic Planning Retreat $5,000 United Way of the Bay Area Earn It! Keep It! Save It! Program and Contra Costa County SparkPoint Centers $100,000 Urban Strategies Council Alameda County Community Assets Network $50,000 Vietnamese American Community Center of the East Bay Path to Self-Sufficiency Program $50,000 Vietnamese American Community Center of the East Bay Audit and Accounting Support $6,000 Vision Y Compromiso East Bay Healthcare Employers Education Program $5,000 Wardrobe for Opportunity General Operating Support $45,000 Ways to Work General Operating Support $500 Womens Action to Gain Economic Security General Operating Support $30,000 Year Up Inc. San Francisco Bay Area Programs benefiting East Bay Residents $30,000 Year Up Inc. Present at CA Workforce Association Youth Conference $500 Youth Radio Digital Communications Workforce Pathway $40,000

3 Grassroots Community Organizing ACCE Institute General Support for Oakland Organizing $50,000 ACCE Institute General Support Grant for Community Organizing in Richmond and East County $40,000 All Saints Catholic Church Scholarship for Notre Dame Workshop on Latinos in Campus Ministry $1,000 Bay Area Parent Leadership Action Network General Operating Support $35,000 Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice California East Bay Interfaith and Community Organizing $52,500 Committee General Operating Support $100,000 Committee Executive Director Training $800 Committee General Operating Support $3,000 Cor-Congregations Organizing for Renewal General Operating Support $30,000 East Bay Alliance for A Sustainable Economy General Operating Support $100,000 East Bay Housing Organizations General Operating Support $140,000 East Bay Housing Organizations Communications Capacity Building $5,000 Great Oakland Public Schools Leadership Center General Operating Support $50,000 Mujeres Unidas y Activas General Operating Support for East Bay Operations $105,000 Multicultural Institute East Bay Day Labor Programs $35,000 Oakland Food Policy Council Oakland Food Policy Council General Operating Support $35,000 PICO National Network LIVE FREE Program $3,500 Society of St. Vincent De Paul of Alameda County Fundraising and PR Project $10,000 St. Columba Parish African American History Month Events $1,000 Young Mens Christian Association of the East Bay Building Blocks for Kids in Richmond $40,000 Young Mens Christian Association of the East Bay General Operating Support $2,000

4 Immigration Legal Services Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Oakland, Inc. Immigration and Naturalization Legal Services $125,000 Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Oakland, Inc. Driver's License Outreach $7,500 Catholic Legal Immigration Network Inc. Capacity Building and Technical Assistance for Immigration Legal Services Grantees $150,000 Centro Legal de la Raza Inc. Immigration Legal Services $105,000 Centro Legal de la Raza Inc. Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice California Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement East Bay Detention Outreach Programs $40,000 Committee Administrative Relief for Immigrants $5,000 Diablo Valley College Foundation Contra Costa County Immigrant Students' Workshop $1,000 East Bay Alliance for A Sustainable Economy East Bay Sanctuary Covenant Refugee Rights Program $50,000 East Bay Sanctuary Covenant Grantmakers Concerned With Immigrants and Refugees East Bay Immigration Initiatives $20,000 Immigrant Legal Resource Center Anti-Fraud Materials for Ready California $10,000 Immigrant Legal Resource Center Local Organizing with Ready California and CLINIC $7,500 Institute for Local Government Increasing Engagement of Local Government in Immigration Reform $10,000 Jewish Family & Childrens Services of the East Bay Immigration Legal Services Program $75,000 Monument Impact National Immigrant Integration Conference Expenses $2,000 Mujeres Unidas y Activas ACUDIR Planning and Outreach for Administrative Relief $5,000 Nihonmachi Legal Outreach East Bay Natz Collaborative $70,000 Oakland Community Organization Administrative Relief for Immigrants $5,000 Oakland Unified School District Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Specialist $30,000 The International Institute of the Bay Area Program and Administrative Support for Bay Area DACA $20,000 The International Institute of the Bay Area Administrative Relief for Immigrants $3,000

5 Safety Net Innovation Bay Area Legal Aid CalFresh Enrollment Advocacy in Alameda & Contra Costa $50,000 Contra Costa Economic Partnership Inc. Tri-Valley Poverty Awareness Initiative $5,000 Food Bank Contra Costa And Solano Agency Enhancement Project $60,000 Food Bank Contra Costa And Solano CalFresh Improvement Process $40,000 Loaves and Fishes of Contra Costa Local Integrated Networks of Care Project Website $3,000 Peace Development Fund Inc. Reentry Solutions Group $27,000 Richmond Community Foundation Ensuring Opportunity Program $75,000 The Alameda County Community Food Bank Inc. Network Agency Capacity Building Project $80,000 The Center for Common Concerns Inc. Development of Homeless Coordinated Assessment System for Contra Costa County $50,000 Tides Center EveryOne Home $60,000 Tides Center EveryOne Home $2,500 Tides Center West Contra Costa Family Justice Center $1,000 Nonprofit Sector Development Bay Area Black United Fund Inc. Research and Landscape Analysis $10,000 Common Counsel Foundation RoadMap $20,000 San Francisco Foundation East Bay Disaster Resilience $110,000 Tapfound Inc. East Bay Programming $40,000 The Volunteer Center of the East Bay General Operating Support and Capacity Building $30,000 Tides Center LeaderSpring East Bay Programming $100,000 Other All Saints Catholic Church Campus Ministry Program $60,000 Asian American-Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy Capacity Building $10,000 Holy Names University Y. Charles and Helen C. Soda Endowed Scholarship $25,000 Northern California Grantmakers General Operating Support $10,000 Saint Mary's College of California Y. Charles and Helen C. Soda Endowed Scholarship $25,000 Saint Mary's College of California Alan Holloway Scholarship Fund $100,000 Society of St. Vincent De Paul of Alameda County Service Learning Program $42,500

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