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Funding innovative projects focused on Education and Technology.

Awards

501 (c)ommunity: provides nonprofit professionals, board members and volunteers with a place to connect.
Addison PTA: The Parent Teacher Association at Addison Elementary School.
California Adaptation Forum: Leaders convene to respond to the impacts of climate change.
California Coalition for Youth: Connects youths in California to the tools they need in order to live successful lives.
Carbonfund.org: Helps consumers, businesses, and institutions offset their carbon footprint.
Creative Commons: Enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools.
Creative Discovery Museum: Provides children in Chattanooga, TN with hands-on activities in the arts and sciences.
Diablo Symphony Orchestra: Performs for audiences of all ages at nominal prices.
Engineers Without Borders: Supports community-driven development programs worldwide through sustainable engineering projects.
Fair Oaks Coommunity School: Offers a unique and innovative Language Arts program.
Friends For Youth: Friends for Youth offers mentoring services that help youth-in-need reach their full potential.
Give Well: GiveWell finds outstanding giving opportunities and helps donors decide where to give.
Glen Park Festival: Brings the neighborhood together to bond.
Head over Heels Athletic Arts: Provides gymnastics and dance training to 1,500 students.
Helping Hands Foundation: Connects parents of children born with upper limb differences.
Inner Sunset Sundays: Provides a place in the heart of a San Francisco neighborhood to gather and meet.
The Institute for Nonprofit Education and Research: Helps nonprofits create innovative and collaborative strategies for the future.
Maine Association of Nonprofits: The voice of Maine’s nonprofit sector.
Marine Science Institute: Puts students in direct physical contact with San Francisco Bay.
The McLaren Bike Park Project: Brings the community together and give a place for all ages to ride.
New Media Rights: Provides legal services for inventors, entrepreneurs, and internet users.
NOMADgardens: A roaming community garden in the heart of Mission Bay San Francisco.
Pacific Pinball Museum: Preserves and promotes an important part of American culture.
Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo: A place where children and their caregivers come to explore, discover, create and play.
Palo Alto PiE: Giving all Palo Alto, CA students the best education possible.
Riekes Center: Provides each student with the best possible opportunity to define and accomplish individual goals.
Roots of Hope: Provides youth in Cuba with the tools and skills they deem necessary to build a better future for themselves.
Science Buddies: Help students from all walks of life build literacy in science and technology.
Spokes | Resources for Nonprofits: Empowers nonprofits to fulfill their missions.
StartUp Cuba: Provides business education, ethical training, and fellowship opportunities in the United States and Cuba.
STEM Expo: Provides an alternative to the typical Science Fair, including STEM based activities, and interactive exhibits.
The Tech Museum of Innovation: a family-friendly interactive science and technology center in the heart of downtown San Jose.
Veggielution: Helps people make healthy food choices and provides opportunities for connecting with the natural world.
Wikimedia Foundation: Operates some of the largest collaboratively edited reference projects in the world, including Wikipedia.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts: Serves as a catalyst for local and regional artistic activity in the San Francisco Bay Area.