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1 ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT 10,000 Degrees College Institute, serving disadvantaged Marin County youth applying to college $40,000 Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley Bridge the Gap Canal Alliance Collective Impact College Track College Bound program, providing academic enrichment to low-income children and youth Tutoring and academic enrichment for children and youth living in Marin City Youth Development and Education Program, providing afterschool tutoring, college application assistance, and scholarships for low-income youth Academic enrichment, personal skills development, and case management for low-income children and youth in San Francisco After-school college preparatory program in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood $40,000 De Marillac Academy Graduate Support program Dominican University of California Eastside College Preparatory School Envision Schools First Graduate MESA Field Station, providing science and engineering training for low-income middle school students in San Rafael Middle and high school serving disadvantaged youth in East Palo Alto College Advisory Program, providing college counseling at four Bay Area charter high schools Academic enrichment, college application, scholarships, and college persistance services for low-income youth $100,000 $55,000 Foundation for a College Education College Bound Program expansion Glow Foundation Family financial planning and college scholarships for low-income Peninsula youth KIPP Bay Area Schools College access programs in San Francisco schools $60,000 Meritus College Fund Connections student retention program $35,000 Page 1

2 ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT (cont'd) Mission Graduates Novato Youth Center Omega Boys Club Seven Tepees Youth Program Students Rising Above College Connect program, providing college application and family-based counseling services to low-income youth in the Mission neighborhood 1-Up-4 College program, an afterschool and summer extended learning program for underserved middle school students Omega Leadership Academy, providing academic and life skills training programs for underserved Bay Area youth College and Career Program, providing college counseling for low-income youth in the Mission neighborhood Intensive support services and college application assistance for low-income San Francisco youth $35,000 $35,000 Summer Search Mentoring, summer experiential education programs, and college counseling for low-income Bay Area high school students Total ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT $730,000 CULTURAL ENRICHMENT American Conservatory Theater Theater-in-Schools program, providing theater performances and training in San Francisco schools Community Music Center Dance Brigade The Imagine Bus Project The New Conservatory Theatre Center Low-income Youth Program, providing scholarships for music instruction in San Francisco Grrrl Brigade, dance and music instruction for lowincome girls and teens in the Mission neighborhood Youth Studio Program, providing visual arts education for incarcerated youth at Bay Area juvenile detention Satellite Drama Education Program and summer day camps for youth Performing Arts Workshop Artists-in-Communities program Page 2

3 CULTURAL ENRICHMENT (cont'd) San Francisco Boys Chorus Financial assistance to choristers San Francisco Girls Chorus, Inc. Financial assistance for choristers San Francisco Opera Association Opera ARIA (Arts Resources in Action) program, providing opera education in San Francisco public schools SF Camerawork Photography mentoring program for at-risk youth 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 Arts assemblies, workshops, artist residencies in Bay Area public schools Zaccho Dance Theatre Youth Performing Arts Program $15,000 Total CULTURAL ENRICHMENT $330,000 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION Aim High Audubon Canyon Ranch Environmental Home Program, providing environmental education for Bay Area low-income youth Experiential Environmental Education Program, providing year-round environmental education to elementary school students in Marin Conservation Corps North Bay Project ReGeneration 2010 CuriOdyssey Environmental Traveling Companions GirlVentures Global Student Embassy Environmental Education School Services, providing hands-on science education workshops to students and educators throughout the Bay Area Youth LEAD Program, providing outdoor adventure and environmental education for low-income and disabled youth in the Bay Area Outdoor adventures and environmental education for Bay Area adolescent girls Sonoma County Ecological Action Education high school youth leadership program $9,000 $15,000 Page 3

4 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION (cont'd) Golden Gate Audubon Society Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation Outward Bound Bay Area Pie Ranch Point Reyes National Seashore Association Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary San Francisco Nature Education Slide Ranch Sonoma Ecology Center Urban Sprouts Vida Verde Nature Education Eco-San Francisco Program, providing year-round environmental education to two public elementary schools in San Francisco Learning Laguna program, providing environmental education to elementary school students in Sonoma Bay Area Center, providing environmental education programming to disadvantaged San Francisco youth Youth Education Program, providing agricultural and environmental education in the San Mateo Coast Seashore Explorers, providing overnight environmental education for disadvantaged Bay Area youth Audubon Youth Corps, environmental education program highlighting conservation and restoration services for Bay Area youth In-school and Saturday Outdoor Education programming School & Community Program, providing food and environmental education in the Marin Headlands K-12 Multicultural Watershed Education Program, providing environmental education for children in Sonoma's public schools Garden and environmental education in low-income San Francisco neighborhood schools Residential environmental education programs for lowincome San Mateo children and youth $40,000 $19,000 $40,000 WildCare No Child Left Indoors program, providing $35,000 environmental education to Bay Area children and youth Total ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION $463,000 Page 4

5 VOCATIONAL AND WORKPLACE SKILLS 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic Asian Neighborhood Design Bay Area Community Resources/CHALK Youth Outreach Squad, providing health outreach training and employment to youth in the Bayview Hunters Point Neighborhood Employment Training Center, providing employment training in the green construction field for low income youth and young adults in San Francisco Skills development, employment, and college application assistance for at-risk youth in San Francisco Bay Area Community Resources/CHALK To support the CHALK program Bay Area Video Coalition Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts & Technology (BAYCAT) Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center Digital Pathways, providing digital media training to lowincome San Francisco youth Youth Powered Media Program, providing mediafocused vocational development services to low-income San Francisco youth Youth & Employment program, providing leadership, gang prevention, and employment development services for low-income youth and young adults in the Bernal and Excelsior neighborhoods BUILD California Academy of Sciences Coro Center for Civic Leadership - Northern California Peninsula Youth Entrepreneurship Program, providing entrepreneurial training, academic enrichment, and college access services for disadvantaged youth on the Peninsula Careers in Science Intern Program, providing science training, work as science educators, and college preparation activities for San Francisco youth Exploring Leadership program, providing training in civic affairs and internships for low-income Bay Area youth $45,000 Exploratorium Explainer Program, providing training and employment as science educators for San Francisco youth Page 5

6 VOCATIONAL AND WORKPLACE SKILLS Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Museum Ambassador program, providing fine arts and vocational development for diverse San Francisco youth Friends of the Urban Forest Huckleberry Youth Programs JobTrain Juma Ventures Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. NatureBridge Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship New Door Ventures Youth Tree Care Program, providing outdoor education and vocational development to at-risk youth in San Francisco Wellness Academy, providing vocational development services to low-income San Francisco youth SASSY Program, providing vocation and youth development to low-income Peninsula youth Pathways to Advancement Program, providing job training, employment, education and career advising, financial literacy education, and asset-building services for low-income San Francisco youth La Tierra Program, providing job skills development and employment for low-income youth in the Mission neighborhood TEEM Program, providing environmentally-focused career development services to Marin and San Francisco youth Bay Area Program, providing in-school entrepreneurship training, college access programming, and business development services for Bay Area youth Youth Employment Program, providing supportive employment in social enterprises for disadvantaged San Francisco youth $15,000 San Francisco Education Fund Peer Resources Program $35,000 San Francisco Police Activities League Spark Program Law Enforcement Cadet Program, leadership and job skills development for high-achieving youth in San Middle School Apprenticeship Program, providing workplace apprenticeships for low-income youth in San Francisco, Redwood City, and San Rafael Page 6

7 VOCATIONAL AND WORKPLACE SKILLS (cont'd) Spaulding Wooden Boat Center Youth Boat Building and Sailing Program, for lowincome youth from Marin City and the Canal neighborhood $15,000 Student Conservation Association Women's Audio Mission Green Job Corps Program, providing outdoor skills development and employment for low-income youth in San Mateo WAM Corps Training, includes digital media career certification, job placement, and an entrepreneur incubator program that focuses on economic selfsufficiency and advancement for young, low-income women Zeum Zeum Masters program, providing media-focused onthe-job training for Bay Area youth Total VOCATIONAL & WORKPLACE SKILLS $770,000 YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula College Bound Initiative Larkin Street Youth Services HIRE Up program Total YOUTH DEVELOPMENT $100,000 PHILANTHROPIC SUPPORT Council on Foundations 2011 Membership Dues $6,510 The Foundation Center Philanthropic Resource Library $6,000 Northern California Grantmakers 2011 membership dues $5,220 Total PHILANTHROPIC SUPPORT $17,730 OTHER ARCS Foundation, Inc. Scholars Award Fund $40,000 Colonial Williamsburg Foundation General operating support Eastside College Preparatory School Honorarium $2,500 Guardsmen General operating support Page 7

8 OTHER PRBO Conservation Science General operating support Save the Children Federation Season of Sharing Fund Emergency relief services for victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsumani Providing emergency funds for housing, food, medical equipment, etc. to low-income individuals in the Bay Area $35,000 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church: Camp Create Camp Create 2011 $5,000 Total OTHER $172,500 BOARD DISCRETIONARY $450, KIMBALL FOUNDATION GRANTS TOTAL $3,033,230 Page 8

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