Recent Community Grants

Musicians rehearsing with the Terrible Adult Chamber Orchestra (TACO), LAMV-CF Grantee and fiscally sponsored project.

From July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2022, LAMV-CF distributed over $200,000 to 42 organizations.

Awarded grants supported many causes, including:

  • Youth and education
  • Health and safety programs
  • Mental health services
  • Local arts and culture organizations
  • Environmental projects
  • Local community building & vitality
  • Employment readiness and equity
  • Food and housing insecurity

 

Find out more about vulnerable senior citizens, the focus area for Spring 2022

LAMV-CF's Community Grants program is operated in partnership with the David and Lucille Packard and Heising-Simons Foundations.

Organization Spring 2022 Fall 2021
ACS Teens $5,000
AnewVista Community Services $4,000
Animal Assisted Happiness $2,000
Bay Area Furniture Bank $7,000 $5,000
Bay Area Housing Corporation $7,500
Cancer CAREpoint $5,000
Canopy $2,000
City of Los Altos Mature Adult Center $2,000
Community Health Awareness Council (CHAC) $5,000
Community School of Music & Arts (CSMA) $2,000
Community Services Agency (CSA) $21,200 $5,000
Day Worker Center of Mountain View $5,000 $5,000
Family Engagement Institute $5,000
Friends of Deer Hollow Farm $2,000
Greentown Los Altos $2,000
Healthier Kids Foundation $3,000
Hope's Corner Inc. $8,500 $5,000
Kara $4,000 $2,000
Living Classroom $2,000
Los Altos Festival of Lights Parade Fund $2,000
Los Altos History Museum $2,000
Los Altos Stage Company $2,000
Mayview/Ravenswood Community Health $5,000
Mentor-Tutor Connection $5,000
Momentum for Health $5,000
Mountain View Public Safety Foundation $5,000
MVLA Scholars $5,000
Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence $5,000
Order of Malta $2,500
Peninsula Bridge $2,000
Pink Ribbon Girls $5,000
Reading Partners Silicon Valley $2,000
Senior Inclusion and Participation Project (SIPP) $5,000
Terrible Adult Chamber Orchestra (TACO) $5,000
The Morning Forum of Los Altos $2,500
Trust for Hidden Villa $5,000 $2,000
Village Harvest $2,000
Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired $4,800 $2,000
West Wind Riding Institute Program (formerly Westwind 4H Riding) $2,000
WomenSV $5,000
YMCA of Silicon Valley El Camino Branch $2,000
YMCA of Silicon Valley Project Cornerstone $2,000
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