Donate 4 SJV COVID-19 Response Cluster

Total pledged amounts and donations = $7,488,722

Total amount distributed = $7,126,617

San Joaquin Valley Health Fund COVID-19 Response Cluster Awards Phase 1

ACT for Women and Girls
Tulare County
$50,000
To provide $26,000 in financial stipends to most COVID-19 impacted participants, alumni, young people of color, undocumented families, LGBTQ+ youth; $12,000 for grocery gift cards and food purchases for 20 families per month for six months.

American Indian Health Program
Fresno County
$50,000
To provide emergency assistance to 100+ families for rent, utilities, food and hygiene supplies to alleviate stressors as a result of local supply shortages and employment loss, in addition to linkages to other internal and external resources for case management, therapy, educational and medical services.

Asian Pacific Self-Development and Residential Association
San Joaquin County
$50,000
To provide emergency grocery assistance to 100 families, protective gear to 208 families, assistance paying bills, care packages for teens and children, and contracted ride service to transport seniors to medical appointments.

California Coalition for Rural Housing
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To create and leverage a Rental Housing Emergency Assistance program so nonprofit housing organizations will provide low-income residents with personal protective equipment (masks and gloves), food assistance, potable water, home schooling supplies, access to crises counseling, and other survival needs.

California Coalition for Rural Housing
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000 Supplement
To provide needed services to rural residents to help stabilize households via emergency rental assistance and other forms of emergency aid, such as food and potable water.

California Human Development
San Joaquin County (Lodi and surrounding area)
$50,000
To distribute a minimum of 500 $75 grocery store gift cards and COVID-19 prevention information in Spanish and Urdu, along with personal protective equipment (masks and vinyl gloves), and a bilingual State of California COVID-19 Resource List and Guidance for Immigrants.

California Human Development
San Joaquin County (Lodi and surrounding area)
$50,000 Supplement
To provide approximately 650 additional $75 grocery gift cards to be used for emergency food and other essentials by farm workers, immigrants and other vulnerable households.

California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance (Fiscal: Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund)
Mesa Verde (Kern County)
$50,000
To bring $500 in commissary funds to each of 50 Mesa Verde (Immigration Detention Facility) residents to cover COVID-19-related costs, including phone calls (all visitations have stopped, so detainees need to call their attorneys), female hygiene products, soap, socks, food to supplement the inadequate meals provided, as well as stipends for eight Kern Youth Abolitionists to assist and communicate with detainees and their families about legal and other emergency resources in Kern County.

California Institute for Rural Studies, Inc.
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To support the direct collection of survey information from 454 San Joaquin Valley farmworkers working during the COVID-19 pandemic, in partnership with frontline farm worker community-based organizations. Preliminary results (mid-June) and further analysis (late summer) will inform policy actions and agricultural employer procedures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission among farmworkers, their families and their communities.

California Institute for Rural Studies, Inc.
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000 Supplement
To increase capacity for rapid data analysis so the important insights gathered from the 476+ surveys of farmworkers working during COVID-19 are available sooner to influence policies and systems impacting farmworkers in the San Joaquin Valley and beyond through the hiring of a data analyst to support the study’s preeminent researchers, who are providing in-kind / donated services.

Californians for Pesticide Reform (Fiscal: Pesticide Action Network of North America)
Tulare County
$50,000
To address acute needs of farmworking and indigenous community members of the Tulare County Coalition Advocating for Pesticide Safety network through financial support for rent, food, utilities and delivery of essential supplies, and connecting community members to information/resources in appropriate languages.

Californians for Pesticide Reform (Fiscal: Pesticide Action Network of North America)
Tulare County
$50,000 Supplement
To continue to provide immediate economic relief to frontline community residents otherwise ineligible for most other support, including the growing number of hard hit families who stop by the Lindsay (Tulare County) CPR office from neighboring communities who heard about this funding by word-of-mouth.

California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To provide direct financial assistance payments to displaced undocumented workers ineligible for unemployment insurance/other government public assistance, and to provide free, one-on-one legal consultations to documented immigrant workers who may be eligible for public assistance programs, but need individualized advice about how these critical programs may impact their immigration status.

California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
Merced and Stanislaus counties
$50,000
To educate and advocate regarding the needs for COVID-19 relief and response for disproportionately impacted farmworkers and their families.

California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.
Fresno, Kern, Madera, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties
$50,000
To provide COVID-19-related direct legal services/representation to 150+ low-income workers by appealing unemployment insurance denials, addressing employers’ noncompliance with new health and safety guidelines, advocating for H2A-workers’ employment rights, and appealing denials of Families First Coronavirus Response Act-mandated leave.

California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc.
Fresno, Kern, Madera, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties
$50,000 Supplement
To support legal services for low-income COVID-19 victims who are struggling with housing issues in San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Madera and Kern counties by serving existing clients facing COVID-related housing issues and by opening at least 75 new COVID-response housing cases for low-income residents.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton
San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties
$50,000
To directly assist 80 to 100 especially vulnerable households through rental assistance with a cap of $500 per household, utilities assistance with a cap of $200 per household, and gift cards for food depending on the size of the household.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Stockton
San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties
$50,000 Supplement
To continue to provide assistance for those struggling low-income, immigrant, mono-lingual individuals and families who have few to no other resources including support for basic needs like rent, utilities, food, health information and referrals, and advocacy for prevention interventions and housing assistance.

Center on Race Poverty and the Environment
Kern and Tulare counties
$50,000
To provide direct financial assistance payments to displaced undocumented workers ineligible for unemployment insurance/other government public assistance and to provide free, one-on-one legal consultations to documented immigrant workers who may be eligible for public assistance programs, but need individualized advice about how these critical programs may impact their immigration status.

Center on Race Poverty and the Environment
Kern and Tulare counties
$50,000 Supplement
To provide two more rounds of cash assistance after July to low-income families and residents of color who have been financially impacted by COVID-19 through loss of work, reduced work hours, reductions in benefits or ineligibility for benefits.

Central California Environmental Justice Network (Fiscal: Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs)
Fresno and Kern counties
$50,000
To support 100 undocumented families through the distribution of emergency funds to cover basic needs.

Central California Environmental Justice Network (Fiscal: Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs)
Fresno, Kern, Kings and Stanislaus counties
$50,000 Supplement
To provide emergency financial assistance to undocumented immigrant families facing financial hardship due to lost work hours for rent, utilities, food and other necessities, and to continue providing referrals for food distributions and legal assistance related to health and safety violations in workplaces.

Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To provide 30,000 to 40,000 reusable, cloth face masks to immigrant families throughout the San Joaquin Valley via partner organizations that serve immigrant families.

Centro Binacional para el Desarrollo Indigena Oaxaqueño
Fresno, Kern and Madera counties
$50,000
To provide direct economic support to at least 103 indigenous (Mixteco, Zapoteco and Triqui) undocumented or mixed-status families who do not currently qualify for any other support and have suffered complete job loss or reduced employment hours due to COVID-19.

Centro Binacional para el Desarrollo Indigena Oaxaqueño
Fresno, Kern and Madera counties
$50,000 Supplement
To continue to provide direct economic support to Indigenous (Mixteco, Zapoteco and Triqui)
undocumented or mixed-status families who do not currently qualify for any other
support and have suffered complete job loss or reduced employment hours
due to COVID-19.

Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, Inc.
Fresno County (West Fresno, Highway City and Kerman)
$50,000
To provide rapid response to 150 families in need of emergency assistance in the form of rent and utilities assistance, food, hygiene necessities, diapers, and education and children’s enrichment supplies (books, puzzles, education guides).

Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, Inc.
Fresno County (West Fresno, Highway City and Kerman)
$50,000 Supplement
To serve the emergency needs of rural farmworker, immigrant and monolingual Spanish-speaking families who struggle to receive public assistance due to their immigration status.

Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, Inc.
Fresno County
$10,000 Supplement
To provide reliable information to the community, engage community members and CBOs in ensuring community residents’ emergency needs are met, and provide PPE to community members.

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To provide $500 per individual or $1,000 per family in debit cards to undocumented workers / families who are unemployed, have reduced hours, and/or lack access to safety net supports and federal assistance; to provide community education and outreach regarding vital resources and advocacy on behalf of undocumented residents.

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000 Supplement
To continue to provide immediate relief ($500 per individual or $1,000 per family in debit cards) for farmworkers and immigrants who face multiple health, economic and labor risks due to COVID-19.

Community Action Partnership of Madera County, Inc.
Madera County
$50,000
To provide homeless prevention and rapid re-housing support for farmworkers and immigrants to fill gaps in housing support services when immigration status disqualifies individuals and families from receiving assistance.

Cultiva La Salud (Fiscal: Fresno Building Healthy Communities)
Fresno County
$50,000
To provide direct support – using a Promotora model – to elderly, Latino immigrant households, including health education on the prevention of COVID 19, as well as groceries, supplies and cash assistance.

Cultiva La Salud (Fiscal: Fresno Building Healthy Communities)
Fresno and Kern counties
$50,000 Supplement
To continue serving low-income immigrant Latina seniors in Fresno County and supporting food security for low-income school-age children in Fresno and Kern counties by advocating for the provision and expansion of school meal programs for vulnerable children in partnership with Dolores Huerta Foundation and Radio Bilingue, and with Stanford Medical School and UC Nutrition Policy Institute as technical assistance consultants.

Cultural Brokers, Inc.
Fresno County
$50,000
To provide emergency household relief funds ($500 per family) for essential needs such as food, cleaning supplies, displacement / quarantine / temporary housing assistance, PPE; to provide culturally congruent individual and group sessions around mental health, stress management, parenting support, maintaining sobriety, violence prevention; to help navigate COVID-19 related child welfare system hurdles.

Cultural Brokers Inc.
Fresno County
$50,000 Supplement
To provide more families with emergency household relief funds to help cover the costs of essential needs such as rent, utilities, PPE, food, cleaning supplies, displacement / quarantine / temporary housing assistance.

Delhi Parent Committee (Fiscal Sponsor: California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation)
Merced County
$20,000
To educate and advocate on the needs and challenges that distance learning and family concerns are having on farmworker, immigrant and Spanish-speaking parents and their children attending schools in the Delhi Unified School District.

Dolores C. Huerta Foundation
Fresno, Kern and Tulare counties
$50,000
To provide financial assistance, navigation and resources to undocumented families to help with rent, utilities, groceries and other bills; to provide hundreds of families with food donations through local food banks and deliveries.

Dolores C. Huerta Foundation
Fresno, Kern and Tulare counties
$50,000 Supplement
To increase access to school meals in the San Joaquin Valley where school meal participation has significantly decreased during COVID-19, including Arvin Union, Parlier Unified, Fresno Unified and Sanger Unified.

Education and Leadership Foundation
Fresno County and Planada (Merced County)
$50,000
To provide emergency assistance in the form of food distribution to 1,500 families in isolated communities with no food pantries, $500 rent stipends to 20 households, and $200 utility stipends to 50 households to impact 1,570 households (approximately 7,850 individuals).

Education and Leadership Foundation
Fresno County and Planada (Merced County)
$50,000 Supplement
To continue to support food, rent and utilities due to loss of employment, reduced hours of employment, or closure of personal businesses due to COVID-19.

Faith in the Valley
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To make emergency funding available to immigrants, farm workers, other essential workers, the formerly incarcerated and other low-income people of color and vulnerable community members who are being disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

Faith in the Valley
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000 Supplement
To continue to provide emergency aid for rent, utility bills, food and medical needs for vulnerable immigrants, farm workers and other food chain workers, and impacted African American residents.

Faith in the Valley
Merced and Stanislaus counties
$50,000
To support impacted grassroots leaders in educating decision makers and public officials on the need for policy and resources to address COVID-19-related impacts, such as the housing and evictions crisis, and to work with other community partners to address COVID-19 impacts.

Fathers and Families of San Joaquin
San Joaquin County
$50,000
To provide rapid response services that address homelessness, intergenerational trauma, housing and food insecurity in response to COVID-19 by reconnecting disconnected people through social support, food, housing assistance and therapeutic services.

Fathers and Families of San Joaquin
San Joaquin County
$50,000 Supplement
To continue life-saving emergency support such as providing food, toilet paper and other basic supplies to vulnerable families, securing housing for those in jeopardy of losing their homes, and PPE equipment for staff and community members.

FoodLink Tulare County
$50,000
To support increased food purchases, food storage and staff time, since FoodLink has seen a client increase of more than 150% since the COVID-19 outbreak. (FoodLink is the only independent food bank in Tulare County, normally serving 350,000-450,000 each year.)

Fresno American Indian Health Project
Fresno County
$50,000
To provide assistance with rent, utilities and gift cards for food/hygiene to prevent risk of homelessness, utility shut off and hunger, and to help with basic hygiene care.

Fresno Barrios Unidos
Fresno County
$50,000
To provide emergency response to 150 to 200 multi-systems-impacted vulnerable youth, young adults and their families through healing-centered, trauma informed care, and providing the families with basic needs, including food, diapers, baby wipes, toilet paper and water.

Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries
Fresno County
$50,000
To support emergency culturally appropriate food distribution to vulnerable refugee elders and refugee families with chronic health conditions, and provide public health updates in five languages (Hmong, Lao, Khmer, Arabic, Russian) to refugee and immigrant communities through print and ethnic media.

Fresno Metro Black Chamber Foundation
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To provide direct assistance to vulnerable children, students, families and formerly incarcerated individuals of African diasporic descent in the San Joaquin Valley; and to support comprehensive research and evaluation to assess the needs and challenges of African Americans in the San Joaquin Valley who are impacted by COVID-19.

Grayson Neighborhood Council (Fiscal Sponsor: California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation)
Stanislaus County
$20,000
To increase residents’ capacity to educate and advocate with public officials on the needs and challenges of residents disproportionately affected by COVID-19.

Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice
Kettleman City (Kings County)
$50,000
To provide pre-paid cards of up to $200 to up to 200 low-income households to help address wage loss and school meals elimination, and to provide bilingual outreach regarding resources and information about personal protective equipment and social distancing, in collaboration with community partner El Puebo Para el Aire y Agua Limpia de Kettlement City.

Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice
Kettleman City (Kings County)
$50,000 Supplement
To continue to provide financial assistance to vulnerable Kettleman City residents through $130 grocery store gift cards to low-income households and $130 water utility credit to 304 low-income households through an agreement with the Kettleman City Community (Water) Services District.

Havens Women’s Center
Stanislaus County
$50,000
To fund extended emergency hotel stays – necessitated by COVID-19 social isolation standards – for vulnerable victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking before victims and their children can be moved to Haven’s shelter or transitional housing, and to help pay for personal protective equipment for Haven staff.

Hmong Innovating Politics (Fiscal: Chinese for Affirmative Action)
Fresno County
$50,000
To provide culturally relevant services and communications to 1,230+ Hmong and SEAA community members of all ages, including mental health counseling (digital group and 1:1) and care packages (e.g., in-language prevention information, hand sanitizer, toothbrushes, soap, salonpas/tiger balm, Hmong children’s books, non-perishable food items).

Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Merced County
$50,000
To provide vital economic support to families who have experienced hardship due to COVID-19 in two Merced County communities by providing pre-paid credit cards of $250 to $300 to approximately 160 low-income immigrant households, to be used for expenses such as utility bills, food and other basic needs.

Jakara Movement
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To provide direct financial and food assistance to Punjabi-speaking individuals and their families, including unprotected immigrant workers, undocumented workers in industries most affected by the shutdown, and monolingual community musicians and artists with families whose livelihoods have ceased.

Jakara Movement
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000 Supplement
To continue to provide emergency assistance to political asylum applicants, undocumented residents, and bards, musicians, institution caretakers, cooks and visual artists who have lost income.

Kids In Need of Defense (KIND)
San Joaquin Valley
$20,000
To support approximately 70 child clients and their families/sponsors with emergency needs primarily related to food insecurity, basic supplies, baby supplies, and access to technology for distance learning and critical information access.

Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To provide cash assistance to prevent housing dislocation, ensure access to water, food and continued utility services for particularly vulnerable people, including providing cash assistance for immigration proceedings for the undocumented.

Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000 Supplement
To provide $43,500 worth of cashier’s check cards to individuals and families for assistance with groceries, water, rent, costs associated with immigration, etc., and prioritizing undocumented families. Each family will receive between $100 and $500 based on need.

Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability
Madera and Tulare counties
$50,000
To educate decision makers and their staffs on issues related to COVID-19 impacts in vulnerable communities, e.g., worker safety, housing protections, availability and access to COVID-19 testing, and transparent public decision making.

Little Manila Foundation
San Joaquin County (Stockton)
$50,000
To provide 65 vulnerable, undocumented families with $500 and language-appropriate information, in coordination with partners including Delta College’s Dreamers Success Center, Yo Soy (college student group serving undocumented students’ needs), ICE Out of Stockton, Fathers & Families of San Joaquin and El Concilio.

Madera Coalition for Community Justice
Madera County
$50,000
To provide small grants to meet emergency needs, accurate information and appropriate referrals to farmworker families, single-parent households and victims of domestic violence who have suffered COVID-19-related income loss.

Madera Coalition for Community Justice
Madera County
$50,000 Supplement
To supplement, support and expand the ongoing project through funds to prevent evictions, and funds to assist in emergency needs like medical services, medications, car repair, etc.

Mi Familia Vota Education Fund
Fresno County and Stanislaus County (Modesto)
$20,000
To provide $500 in housing assistance for approximately 32 immigrant families ineligible for unemployment insurance or government assistance and to provide one-on-one therapy for youth with mental health concerns that have revealed themselves or have been exacerbated by COVID-19.

NAACP Stockton Branch (Fiscal: Tides Foundation)
San Joaquin County (Stockton)
$20,000
To provide direct support to economically vulnerable individuals with underlying health conditions: mental health sessions, $100 gift cards for food and other household needs, and 800 reusable face coverings/masks for personal protection, distributed with the assistance of local churches and other partners.

NAACP Stockton Branch (Fiscal: Tides Foundation)
San Joaquin County (Stockton)
$20,000 Supplement
To expand emergency aid to low-income people of color who are at risk of underlying health conditions and other health and economic disparities by providing 10 gift cards per month for food, supporting mental health therapy sessions for 10 families, and providing 200 face masks monthly to residents in need.

Planned Parenthood
Mar Monte
Fresno, Kern, Madera and Merced counties
$50,000
To provide critical
telehealth services for patients from populations hardest hit by the pandemic,
including farmworkers and undocumented individuals.

Public Health Advocates
San Joaquin County
$50,000
To deliver culturally informed self-care packages to families, including journals, physical activity tools, family board games, activities for small children, and other items to promote self-care and provide virtual support groups for youth to reduce anxiety and stress in response to needs expressed by Stockton residents through surveys and virtual meetings related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Radio Bilingue
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To bolster emergency coverage of the Coronavirus/economic crisis in Spanish and Mixteco for farmworkers and immigrants, including special call-in shows connecting listeners to community partners and resources, extra field reporting and ongoing public service announcements.

Radio Bilingue
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000 Supplement
To address increased hunger and food insecurity among Latino families through partnership with Cultiva La Salud and Dolores Huerta Foundation to feed more low-income school children by promoting how parents can be part of ensuring availability and receiving breakfasts, lunches and super-snacks seven days a week for their children via their local schools through summer and fall 2020, when children are expected to be at home or not attend school in-person.

Stanislaus Multi-Cultural Community Health Coalition West Modesto King Kennedy Neighborhood Collaborative
Stanislaus County
$20,000
To support food and rental assistance; to provide mental health support to families with depression and anxiety resulting from COVID-19; to utilize culturally appropriate promotores (community health workers) to provide COVID-19 prevention and protection information.

Stanislaus Multi-Cultural Community Health Coalition: West Modesto King Kennedy Neighborhood Collaborative
Stanislaus County
$50,000
To engage and conduct education and advocacy with Stanislaus County public officials on urgently needed services, protections and resources for impoverished and disproportionately impacted residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Catholic Council for the Spanish Speaking of the Diocese of Stockton (dba El Concilio)
San Joaquin County, Northern Stanislaus County
$50,000
To provide $43,478 in emergency relief to 1,500 vulnerable residents for emergency food, clothing, personal care items, emergency shelter and housing, and other assistance for those ineligible to receive stimulus / CARES assistance; to provide health access / navigation, and outreach and education.

The Fresno Center
Fresno County
$50,000
To provide direct emergency assistance to 815 vulnerable individuals and families in the Fresno area through emergency supplies and stipends for food, rent, travel and diapers.

The Source LGBT+ Center
Kings and Tulare counties
$50,000
To provide rapid response emergency services to 200+ LGBTQ+ residents who are unsupported by typical support structures and safety-net programs by providing emergency rental and utility assistance, food distribution, pet food, hygiene products, mental health access and HIV testing.

The Source LGBT+ Center
Kings and Tulare counties
$50,000 Supplement
To provide $43,000 in direct relief to individuals and families for food and rental assistance, lost income assistance, pet food, utility assistance, mental health counseling assistance and hygiene items.

UFW Foundation
Kern and Tulare counties
$50,000
To support food distribution, grocery store/pharmacy vouchers, cleaning supplies and other necessities for vulnerable farmworkers and families, and to provide information on COVID-19 resources.

United Way of Merced County
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000
To provide economic relief through an intentional and intergenerational approach to assist those without access to stimulus checks, unemployment benefits or other emergency relief funds. This effort is coordinated by a volunteer-led collaborative of organizers, advocates, educators, students, activists and healing justice practitioners.

United Way of Merced County
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000 Supplement
To provide economic relief to approximately 100 more vulnerable families through an intentional and intergenerational approach to assist those without access to stimulus checks, unemployment benefits or other emergency relief funds. This effort is coordinated by a volunteer-led collaborative of SJV-based organizers, advocates, educators, students, activists and healing justice practitioners.

United Way of Merced County
San Joaquin Valley
$50,000 Supplement
To leverage this funding to fully cover approximately 45 wait-listed requests for emergency assistance, help cover increased operating expenses and provide another round of needs-based volunteer stipends.

Vision y Compromiso
Kern, Madera, Stanislaus and Tulare counties
$50,000
To provide direct cash assistance to at least 80 immigrant families, including those of grassroots community leaders who have lost jobs and are struggling to meet their families’ needs, while also responding to calls for assistance from their friends and neighbors.

Vision y Compromiso
Kern, Madera, Stanislaus and Tulare counties
$50,000 Supplement
To continue to make emergency aid for essential needs (i.e., rent, groceries, utilities, medicine,
etc.) available to a minimum of 85 vulnerable families, particularly those who
are farmworkers or otherwise engaged in the food chain.

Westside Family Preservation Services Network
West Fresno County
$50,000
To provide direct emergency support for farmworkers and their vulnerable families in 16 rural communities on the west side of Fresno County.

World Relief Corporation of National Association of Evangelicals
Stanislaus County
$50,000
To provide assistance with rent, utilities and groceries, in addition to providing interpreters for pre-literacy classes for newly arrived Afghan women, which, due to COVID-19, have been moved online, increasing the risk of the participants feeling isolated.

Additional Grants and Donations

Central Valley Community Foundation
San Joaquin Valley
$25,000
To support the foundation’s COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund.

Community Foundation of San Joaquin
San Joaquin Valley
$25,000
To support the foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund.

Personal Protective Equipment donations
San Joaquin Valley
$1,614.97
Donations for five federally qualified health centers.