Anti-Payday Lending Grantees 2013

Organization Area served Purpose Amount
Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto San Mateo Support for a program to dramatically reduce the negative impact of payday lending in the city of San Mateo through comprehensive community education and a legislative campaign. $60,000
California Reinvestment Coalition San Mateo and Santa Clara Support for technical assistance in Silicon Valley for local land use ordinances to restrict payday lenders and will also manage a state-wide organizing campaign in targeted cities to build support for a state-wide reform bill. $125,000
Center for Responsible Lending San Mateo and Santa Clara Support to expand a statewide anti-payday lending coalition and help enact state policy reforms that will reduce the harmful impacts of payday lending on Californians. $125,000
Law Foundation of Silicon Valley Santa Clara Support for the Coalition Against Payday Predators' (CAPP) Coalition, which advocates for local payday lending zoning ordinances that will stop further proliferation of payday lenders in various cities in the County and pave the way for better consumer lending alternatives and statewide reform. $238,500
Youth Leadership Institute San Mateo Support for a program that engages young leaders to advocate for anti-payday lending in Daly City and South San Francisco, while building a youth movement to push for statewide legislation to regulate this industry. $125,000
    Total $673,500