Safety Net Grantees 2012 - San Mateo

Organization Area Served Purpose Amount
Coastside Hope San Mateo General operating grant for safety-net program. $70,000
Ecumenical Hunger Program San Mateo Support for current safety-net programs, which provide services to over 17,000 unduplicated individuals annually. $15,000
El Concilio of San Mateo County San Mateo Support for short term safety-net assistance to stabilize immediate needs by providing emergency housing/shelter, food and related services. $63,250
Fair Oaks Community Center Food and Shelter Program San Mateo Support for food, shelter and homeless prevention services to low, very low and extremely low income households. $80,000
HandsOn Bay Area Both Support for the Safety-Net Action Program, which recruits and manages volunteers delivering  more than 2,250 hours of direct service in support of food, housing access and health services. $10,000
HIP Housing San Mateo Support for low income and newly vulnerable populations by matching homeowners and renters who have space available with persons in need of affordable housing. $50,000
Mental Health Association of San Mateo County San Mateo Support for a staff position to provide intensive case management services to help residents at the Spring Street Shelter apply for benefits, mental health and medical services, and alternative housing.  $30,000
North Peninsula Neighborhood Services Center San Mateo Support for emergency food, monthly groceries, short-term shelter, housing rental assistance and access to community services.  $40,000
Pacifica Resource Center San Mateo Support for Safety-Net Program that provides food support, housing assistance and other services through case management for low-income families and individuals in Pacifica. $66,750
Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. San Mateo Support to provide hot, nutritious weekday meals to homebound seniors and individuals with disabilities. $20,000
Project We H.O.P.E. San Mateo Support for Project We H.O.P.E., the only warming shelter in East Palo Alto during the inclement weather months of 2012/2013. $10,000
Puente de la Costa Sur San Mateo Support for Rural Coordinated Case Management and Advocacy Program. $75,000
Samaritan House San Mateo Support for food, shelter and housing stabilization services for families and individuals in greatest need. $150,000
Second Harvest Food Bank San Mateo Support for food assistance programs and services, which ensure that those in need have access to healthy, nutritious food throughout the year. $150,000
Senior Coastsiders San Mateo Support for the nutrition program, which will serve 17,000 hot meals to at least 450 people over 60 years of age per year at the center or in their homes. $10,000
Shelter Network San Mateo Support for emergency and transitional housing for homeless families in San Mateo County. $75,000
St. Anthony’s Padua Dining Room San Mateo Support for free, hot meals and take‐away surplus food, fresh fruit, vegetables and bread so families may prepare meals at home. $25,000
StarVista San Mateo Support for transitional housing, emergency overnight, crisis care, healthy meals and case management for 120 runaway, homeless former foster youth aged 10-24 in San Mateo County. $25,000
SVdP’s Peninsula Family Resource Center (PFRC) San Mateo Support for distribution of emergency rent and utility aid. $35,000
    Total $1,000,000