2016-2017 COMMUNITY GRANTS FUND RECIPIENTS

In December 2016, the Board of the Directors of the San Bruno Community Foundation approved Community Grants totaling $200,000 to local organizations for 14 projects that benefit the San Bruno community.  The grant awards include:

  • $1,500 to Parent Boosters of 72 to provide financial assistance to Boy Scouts in Troop 72 working on Eagle Scout projects that benefit the San Bruno community

  • $10,000 to Prospects Basketball Academy to fund uniforms and scholarships for low-income participants in Prospects’ San Bruno girls basketball program

  • $14,000 to the San Bruno Education Foundation to support a summer instrumental music program for grades 4-8 and performance venue enhancements at Parkside Intermediate School

  • 11,000 to the San Bruno Education Foundation to provide music programs to second and third graders at the three Title I elementary schools in the San Bruno Park School District that do not currently offer any music programs (Allen, Belle Air, and Rollingwood)

  • $25,000 to the San Bruno Lions Foundation to support rehabilitation and improvements to the City-owned Tom Lara Field grandstand and concession stand in San Bruno City Park

  • $15,000 to Via Heart Project to provide hands-on CPR and AED training for San Bruno middle and high school students
     

At halftime of the Capuchino-Burligame boys varsity basketball game, SBCF Vice President Frank Hedley (right) presented Capuchino High School Alumni Association Vice President Judy Puccini and Capuchino Music Director Scott Souza with a $19,180 grant check to support the Capuchino High School music program

SBCF Board Member Emily Roberts (fourth from the right) presented a $6,246 grant check to the staff of Edgewood Center for Children and Families to support an art program at Edgewood's San Bruno Drop-In Center.

SBCF Board President Nancy Kraus (middle) presented a $10,000 grant check to PARCA CEO Diana Conti to support REACH, a unique, inclusive after-school program for children with and without developmental diabilities, which is based at San Bruno's John Muir Elementary School. 

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