PHASE TWO Grantee Organizations:
Addressing the immediate needs of homebound seniors:
$10,000 to Meals on Wheels to maintain and expand meal delivery for homebound seniors.
$5,000 to Pasadena Senior Center to expand outreach and food distribution to older adults.
$25,000 to YWCA San Gabriel Valley to increase services for meal delivery to low-income homebound seniors in the Pasadena/Altadena area.
Addressing the immediate needs of people experiencing homelessness:
$12,000 to Elizabeth House to support pregnant and parenting homeless and formerly homeless women with food, supplies, and emergency needs.
$15,000 to Salvation Army to support food distribution program and to add senior meal delivery.
$25,000 to Union Station to support safe temporary housing and meal delivery to those experiencing homelessness.
Supporting health agencies:
$15,000 to Foothill Family Service for technology support to transition to telehealth and online service delivery.
$15,000 to support the Huntington Memorial Hospital COVID-19 Fund.
$15,000 to Planned Parenthood Pasadena San Gabriel Valley to support technology needs for transition to telehealth and online service delivery.
Supporting disabled adults in residential homes:
$5,000 to AbilityFirst to purchase groceries, supplies, and programming for adults with developmental disabilities in two residential programs.
$15,000 to Villa Esperanza to purchase groceries, supplies, and programming for adults with developmental disabilities in seven residential programs.
Addressing the immediate needs of low-income families, students and youth:
$5,000 to Families Forward Learning Center to provide groceries, baby supplies, and gift cards to families.
$20,000 to Flintridge Center to support the Youth of Promise program for youth coming out of incarceration with emergency assistance grants.
$15,000 to Foothill Unity to support their Food Program that provides weekly food boxes to low-income families and seniors.
$20,000 to Friends in Deed to support its food pantry.
$15,000 to Learning Works for purchase of educational supplies, access to technology, and emergency assistance to low-income students and their families.
$10,000 to Pasadena/Altadena Coalition of Transformative Leaders (PACTL) to support low-income families with emergency supplies and educational resources.
$15,000 to Pasadena Community Job Center for emergency mini-grants and food pantry support for day laborers and domestic workers.
$15,000 for Pasadena City College Foundation to expand emergency assistance through the Unexpected Hardship Fund, which provides electronic gift cards, emergency funds to low-income students.
$10,000 to the Pasadena Educational Foundation to purchase protective equipment to monitor the health of essential workers, including those preparing and distributing meals for Pasadena Unified School District.
$15,000 to Stars to provide under-served youth and their families culturally responsive meals and support for online learning.
Addressing the immediate needs of foster youth:
$15,000 to Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services to provide temporary housing and food for at-risk young adults.
$15,000 to Hillsides to purchase food, groceries, basic supplies foster and transitional aged youth.
$15,000 to Five Acres to support increased educational and food expenses for students in Short-Term Residential Therapeutic and Transitional Shelter Care programs.
Supporting low-income sober living clients in residential homes
$10,000 to Casa to expand telehealth programming and meals for residential clients.
$20,000 to Grandview Foundation to provide shelter, treatment, and healthy meals to individuals struggling with alcohol and drug addiction.
PHASE ONE Grantee Organizations:
$15,000 to Foothill Unity Center to provide meal delivery and support the needs of older adults.
$15,000 to Meals on Wheels to support and expand meal delivery for homebound seniors.
$10,000 to Armenian Relief Society to support access to food, emergency supplies and culturally sensitive comprehensive services for homebound seniors.
$10,000 to Families in Transition to support increased food distribution, emergency assistance and comprehensive social supports for at-risk Pasadena Unified School District families.
$10,000 to the Pasadena Senior Center to support expanded outreach and food distribution to older adults.
$10,000 to Huntington Hospital Senior Care Network to provide emergency grants and support the essential needs of older adults, including tele-case management, medical information and other essential services.
$10,000 to Friends in Deed to support increase in demand for food distribution for local residents.
$10,000 to Union Station to help unhoused clients secure safe emergency shelter, support social distancing with motel stays and meal distribution.
$10,000 to Salvation Army for help meet the changing basic needs of people living in poverty and disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.