David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Grants Early 2013

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Los Altos, California
www.packard.org
(650) 948-7658

Grant Start Date:  Early 2013

Glenn County Office of Education, Willows, California, $110,000 to expand and improve the Expect Success Summer Enrichment Program in the Orland and Willows communities of Glenn County.

San Bernardino City Unified School District, California, $125,000 for the Creative Afterschool Program for Success summer enrichment program.

City and County of San Francisco, California, $75,000 for the San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Their Families’ 2013 summer enrichment program.

Franklin-McKinley School District, California, $100,000 for the continued development and implementation of the Franklin-McKinley Children’s Initiative.

Monterey County Office of Education, $35,000 for technical assistance to enhance the quality of summer enrichment programming provided by the Gilroy Unified School District.

University of California, Davis, California, $17,500 to provide technical assistance to Sacramento City Unified School District’s summer service learning project.

Whittier City School District, California, $75,000 to continue the Whittier City School District’s Jump Start Summer Program.

San Mateo County Superintendent of Schools, Redwood City, California, $15,000 to conduct research to help inform San Mateo County’s educational community about how preschool and elementary school educator professional development is supported and funded.

Central Valley Children’s Partnership, Clovis, California, $35,000 for technical assistance to enhance the quality of summer enrichment programming for youth in Fresno.

Public Health Institute, Oakland, California, $45,000 to explore how libraries can integrate summer nutrition programs to support and enhance summer literacy programs serving low-income families.

Fresno County Office of Education, California, $75,000 for the Fresno County Office of Education’s 2013 summer enrichment program.

Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, Palo Alto, California, $25,000,000, for support of the building expansion of the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford.

Sacramento City Unified School District, California, $110,000 to implement a summer service learning project at nine middle schools in the Sacramento City Unified School District.

Los Angeles County Education Foundation, $35,000 to provide technical assistance to the Whittier City School District.

Sacramento County Office of Education, California, $17,500 to provide technical assistance to the Sacramento Unified School District’s summer service learning project.
Butte County Office of Education, Oroville, California, $35,000 to provide technical assistance to the Glenn County Office of Education for the Willows and Orland school districts’ summer program.

Glen Price Group, El Cerrito, California, $150,000 for the second year of the Supporting Education Change project.

THINK Together, Santa Ana, California, $145,000 for THINK Together’s 2013 summer enrichment program and expanded technical assistance.

LA’s Best, Los Angeles, $145,000 for LA’s Best 2013 summer enrichment program and expanded technical assistance.

Gilroy Unified School District, California, $75,000 for the Gilroy Unified School District’s 2013 Super Power Camp program.

East Bay Asian Youth Center, Oakland, California, $75,000 for EBAYC’s 2013 summer enrichment program.

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