The Sonoma County Resilience Fund is the largest long-term disaster recovery fund in Sonoma County. Right now, local nonprofit organizations are working side by side with county emergency services to plan contingencies for helping in case of widespread quarantines or school closures. We are announcing $805,000 in emergency grants to 35 nonprofit organizations to help support economic and health needs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are ready to provide emergency grants from our Resilience Fund for food, rental assistance, and other basic needs assistance if needed.
We are supporting our community's recovery from disaster—including the 2017 and 2019 wildfires, and the Coronavirus pandemic—by making grants to nonprofit organizations that help individuals impacted by disaster, heal the long-term effects of trauma, and create housing solutions for our community.
Community Foundation Sonoma County was established in 1983. We believe in the power of connecting people, ideas, and resources to benefit all who live here. We invest in the promise of Sonoma County.
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