Safety Net Grantees 2012 - Santa Clara

OrganizationArea ServedPurposeAmount
Bill Wilson CenterSanta ClaraSupport for provision and operation of shelter and homeless prevention services.$15,000
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara CountySanta ClaraSupport to provide resources to households at risk of homelessness through one-time rental assistance and access to food through Calfresh.$20,000
Community Services AgencySanta ClaraSupport for the Rental Assistance Program & Food and Nutrition Center that provides low-income individuals and families with case management, food and emergency rental assistance.$20,000
Destination: HomeSanta ClaraSupport for a case manager for the Housing 1000 Care Coordination Program to support 20 chronically homeless adults and families in attaining housing stability and self-sufficiency.$45,000
Downtown Streets TeamSanta ClaraSupport for the Workforce Supportive Housing Program, a transitional housing shelter that also provides food vouchers and other supportive services.$10,000
EHC LifeBuildersSanta ClaraSupport for the Emergency Shelter Program, which provides homeless individuals with food, nightly emergency shelter and access to comprehensive assistance programs.$50,000
Family Supportive Housing, Inc.Santa ClaraSupport to meet the basic shelter needs of 180 homeless families. $20,000
InnVision the Way HomeSanta ClaraSupport for emergency shelter, transitional housing  and other services for individuals and families who are homeless or at‐risk of becoming homeless. $50,000
Jewish Family Services of Silicon ValleySanta ClaraSupport for Project N.O.A.H. Food Assistance Program, which reduces food insecurity and provides access to kosher (and other) food.$20,000
Live Oak Adult Day ServicesSanta ClaraSupport to supplement the cost of nutritious breakfasts and lunches for dependent senior clients.$15,000
Loaves & Fishes Family KitchenSanta ClaraSupport to prepare hot, nutritious meals for people in need in the poorest areas of San Jose.$15,000
Martha's KitchenSanta ClaraSupport to produce over 225,000 meals a year to distribute on site and to other Santa County nonprofits that provide meals to hungry individuals/families.$15,000
Next Door Solutions to Domestic ViolenceSanta ClaraSupport for the Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter Program, which will provide emergency shelter, food, case management, safety planning, housing searches, rental subsidies, transportation and self-sufficiency services that help clients obtain public benefits and enhance their ability to find employment and education.$30,000
Sacred Heart Community ServiceSanta ClaraSupport for the Food Pantry, which provides a three-day supply of groceries to low-income and homeless families.$50,000
Second Harvest Food BankBothSupport for food assistance programs and services that ensure those in need have access to healthy, nutritious food throughout the year.$75,000
St. Joseph’s Family CenterSanta ClaraSupport to meet the growing need for food resources and better nutrition for very low income families in South County.$40,000
Sunnyvale Community ServicesSanta ClaraSupport for emergency assistance to low-income families and seniors, including rental assistance, deposits, utility payments, and nutritious high-protein food and produce.$40,000
West Valley Community Services, Inc.Santa ClaraSupport for the Comprehensive Emergency Assistance Program to prevent hunger and homelessness among low-income families, seniors and single adults.$30,000