LACF Grant Supports Pathways Hospice

Pathways-logo-heart-white-periwinkle-backgroundAccording to PRWeb, the Los Altos Community Foundation has granted $2000 to Pathways Health & Hospice to help provide care for those in the community with life-limiting illnesses.


Pathways Hospice has close ties within the Los Altos community,” said Roy Lave, Executive Director of the Los Altos Community Foundation. “One of the primary goals of LACF is to strengthen the non-profit sector and, by doing so, build a stronger community. We are proud to support them in their mission of caring for neighbors who are facing a critical time in their lives.”

From the Pathways website:

At Pathways, we know what it means to care for a sick or elderly family member. We understand the effort and special care required to help them live with dignity. As a community-based, not-for-profit organization, we are dedicated to serving Bay Area patients and families at all stages of life.

We offer a number of comprehensive programs that include hospice, home health and private duty care. As needs change, Pathways is available to provide caring support and education to our patients and their families.

Community Grants 2011 Still Funding

There are new deadlines for Applications. Apply by either Feb. 18, Mar. 25 or Apr 22, 2011. Earlier is better.

Please visit the How to Apply page for a description of the 7-stage process for applying and to DOWNLOAD and application form.
As of Feb. 10, 2011 there is still funding left for the remainder of the fiscal year. We encourage you to review the guidelines on the How to Apply page and to explore the What We Do pages of this web site to determine if your organization or project might be a good fit.

The following are dates to be aware of if you are considering applying for funding:.

Submit by Feb. 18, 2011 to be considered by March 1, 2011

Submit by Mar. 25, 2011 to be considered by April 5, 2011

Submit by Apr. 22, 2011 to be considered by May 3, 2011

Please note: the review dates are the days on which the Community Grants Advisory Board meets to review proposals.  Proposals that are approved by the Advisory board are then sent to the Grants Committee of the Los Altos Community Foundation Board for final approval, a process which may take up to two weeks.

2011 Common Roundtable Scholarship Application

MVLA high school students can get the 2011 Common Community Roundtable Application and apply to 6 grantors for college scholarships with a single form.

With one form, you can apply to all of

  • Rotary Clubs of Los Altos and Mountain View
  • Mountain View Kiwanis Club
  • Quota International of Mountain View/Los Altos
  • Richard G. Bell Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • MVLA Community Scholars

Visit the web page to download the application