COMMUNITY LISTENING CAMPAIGN 2.0
We seek community input as we identify funding priorities and program strategies for the next phase of our work.
Your priorities matter.
We want to hear from you!
ATTEND ONE OF OUR VIRTUAL TOWN HALL MEETINGS
Tuesday, April 20, 2021, at 5:00 p.m.
Webinar ID: 811 0619 0888 / Passcode: 011701
Dial-in: +1 669 900 6833
Monday, April 26, 2021, at 6:30 p.m.
Webinar ID: 826 0692 9831 / Passcode: 076788
Dial-in: +1 669 900 6833
Both Town Halls will also be livestreamed on Facebook Live (@sanbrunocommunityfoundation).
Únase a nosotros en nuestra Asamblea Pública Virtual.
Habrá traducción simultánea en español por Zoom.
SBCF HIGHLIGHT REEL
Learn about our programs
and how we benefit the San Bruno community
SBCF LAUNCHES 2021 CRESTMOOR SCHOLARSHIP WITH SUPPORT FROM THE JOSEPH W WELCH JR FOUNDATION AND THE SAMCAR FOUNDATION
The application for the 2021 Crestmoor Scholarship is now open! The application deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 2, 2021. The application period is now closed.
For the sixth year, the San Bruno Community Foundation will offer multi-year college scholarships to outstanding San Bruno students who have demonstrated a strong commitment to the San Bruno community through the Crestmoor Neighborhood Memorial Scholarship.
With support from the Joseph W Welch Jr Foundation and the San Mateo County Association of REALTORS® Foundation, SBCF plans to award scholarships totaling $190,000 to students planning to enroll in community college or four-year institutions in the fall of 2021.
High school seniors headed to community college or a four-year institution and community college students transferring to a four-year college in the fall of 2021 are eligible to apply. Applicants must currently live in San Bruno or attend a high school or community college located in San Bruno.
The Scholarship Program seeks applicants who, first and foremost, demonstrate deep engagement and involvement in the San Bruno community through exemplary leadership, teamwork, and collaboration. An applicant’s financial need, academic record, and extracurricular activities will also be considered in the selection process.
FOUNDATION AWARDS $300,000 IN 2020-2021 COMMUNITY GRANTS TO BENEFIT THE SAN BRUNO COMMUNITY
UPCOMING BOARD AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS
April 7, 2021: Regular Board Meeting, 7:00 p.m., via Zoom
May 12, 2021: Special Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m., via Zoom
May 19, 2021: Regular Investment Committee Meeting, 4:30 p.m., via Zoom
Zoom links are included on the posted meeting agendas.
REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 9, 2010
September 9, 2020, marked the ten-year anniversary of the tragedy that struck San Bruno when a high-pressure natural gas pipeline exploded in the city’s Crestmoor neighborhood and transformed our city forever. We remember all those who suffered from the tragedy, especially Lavonne Bullis, Greg Bullis, William Bullis, James Franco, Jacqueline Greig, Janessa Greig, Jessica Morales, and Elizabeth Torres. We also honor this community that continues to come together with resiliency, teamwork, leadership, and commitment to help one another in challenging times such as these.
The City of San Bruno has created a virtual exhibit highlighting what happened the evening of September 9, 2010, the aftermath of the explosion, and the resiliency of the community. In addition to being available online, the exhibit is being shown on a public engagement kiosk, which SBCF funded with a $10,000 grant, in the Earl-Glenview Park.
On December 2, 2020, the Foundation's Board of Directors approved grant awards totaling $300,000 to local community organizations through the Community Grants Fund. To fund the grants, which will support 23 community programs taking place in 2021, the Foundation is combining $200,000 of its own funds with $100,000 donated by YouTube and Google.org.
“As our local community continues to struggle in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Bruno Community Foundation is proud to partner with YouTube and Google.org to invest in local organizations dedicated to addressing critical community needs and providing hope to San Bruno residents during these trying times,” said Foundation President Emily Roberts.
FOUNDATION AWARDS $157,000 TO ASSIST SAN BRUNO SMALL BUSINESSES; COVID-19 RELIEF GRANTS NOW TOTAL $757,000 TO ASSIST KEY COMPONENTS OF THE SAN BRUNO COMMUNITY
To assist key components of the San Bruno community, including schools and small businesses, negatively impacted by the pandemic, SBCF has awarded six COVID-19 relief grants totaling $757,000.
The latest grant, which the SBCF Board of Directors approved on March 3, 2021, provides a second tranche of funding of $157,000 to support the Small Business Recovery and Assistance Program run by the Bay Area Entrepreneur Center of Skyline College.
In May 2020, the SBCF Board approved a package of three COVID-19 relief grants totaling $490,000 to assist San Bruno schools and small businesses. The grants included $240,000 to the San Bruno Education Foundation to provide all teachers in the San Bruno Park School District with new laptops to ensure that they have up-to-date digital tools necessary to adapt to online teaching methods in a new era of distance learning; $150,000 to support small businesses in San Bruno through the San Mateo County Strong Small Business Grant Program; and $100,000 to fund the creation of the San Bruno Small Business Recovery Assistance Program.
In April 2020, the Foundation provided a $10,000 grant to the City of San Bruno to help provide internet access to low-income students for distance learning.
And in September 2020, the Foundation donated $100,000 to the County of San Mateo's Child Care Relief Fund to support child care providers in San Bruno.