TVNPA to Present $25,000 to Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund Grant Recipients October 20, 2022
And Save the Date: 2nd Annual “Power of Giving Celebration” on November 16, 2022.
Livermore, CA / October 14, 2022-
The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance (TVNPA) is pleased to announce the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund’s (TVNF) third-round grant recipients. These organizations will receive their funds at a check presentation event to be held at TVNPA’s CommonPoint Resource Center, 164 North L Street in Livermore, from 5 pm – 6:30 pm on Thursday, October 20, 2022.
TVNPA launched the TVNF quarterly grant program this past January, with the goal of awarding $25,000 per quarter to nonprofits representing a broad range of community needs and interests. The number of grant applications has grown as awareness about the fund has grown, and TVNPA again received over 40 applications for this third round.
Thanks to generous community donors and matching partners, TVNF is awarding $25,000 in this third quarter to the following organizations:
- Monthly Miracles – Fuel the Need – Low Income Client Support ($5,000)
- Fertile GroundWorks – 2022 Healthy Food for All Project ($3,500)
- Livermore-Amador Symphony Association – Saint-Saens Organ Symphony ($3,000)
- Tri-Valley Conservancy – Discovery: Youth in Nature Program ($3,000)
- Goodness Village – Tiny Home Turnovers ($2,500)
- Reins in Motion Foundation – ADA All Abilities Horse/Rider Mounting Ramp ($2,500)
- Exceptional Needs Network – Fall Camp Support ($2,500)
- Good News Bears – Comfort bears for First Responder distribution to young victims ($2,000)
- San Ramon Historical Society – Elementary School Education Programs ($1,000)
Grants from the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund offer immediate, unrestricted funds to nonprofits that serve the Tri-Valley Area, including Livermore, Pleasanton, Sunol, Dublin, San Ramon and Danville. At the event, representatives from each beneficiary will share information about the work they do and how the funds help them fulfill their missions. The fund’s fourth quarter round opened October 1 and closes November 30, 2022.
“The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund is poised to meet our goal of $100,000 in grants this year, and with donations still being matched at 150%, now is a great time for your business, organization or family to contribute”, said TVNPA CEO Kathy Young. “Matching funds can only be triggered when donations reach a certain level, so we welcome donations of any amount to reach our fourth quarter and annual distribution goals.”
To donate, apply, and learn more about the TVNF Grant Program, visit www.tvnpa.org/tvnf/.
SAVE THE DATE!
TVNPA will host the 2nd Annual “Power of Giving Celebration” at the Bankhead Theater on November 16, 2022. Once again emceed by Las Positas College President Dr. Dyrell Foster, the uplifting evening will include keynote speaker Colleen Gregerson, who is the Executive Director of the nonprofit Battery Powered, and comedian Regina Stoops. The event will also highlight the recipient organizations from the 2022 Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund Grant Program and include the presentation of Community Awards.
Details, Sponsor Information, and Registration are available at https://tvnpa.org/tvnpa-power-of-giving-celebration/
About the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund – The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund (TVNF) was founded in March 2019 to provide unrestricted funding to support six key safety net service organizations scaling to meet the increased community needs brought on by the pandemic. A partnership between TVNPA and the Community Health & Education Foundation (CHEF), the TVNF raised $183,000 during this first campaign, distributing $30,500 to each of the beneficiaries. In January 2022, the TVNF launched its second campaign, a quarterly grant program open to nonprofits serving the Tri-Valley, with the goal of distributing $100,000 annually in unrestricted funds to nonprofits representing a broad range of community needs. Find out more at www.tvnpa.org/tvnf/.
About the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance –The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance (TVNPA), a 501©3 organization, was founded in 2014 the regional convener for nonprofit organizations throughout the Tri-Valley and beyond. The mission of TVNPA is to strengthen and advocate for nonprofit organizations through education, skills training, workforce development, organizational resources, and a supportive professional network. Tax ID: 47-4672151. Find out more at www.tvnpa.org.
About TVNPA’s CommonPoint Nonprofit Center – CommonPoint Nonprofit Center is a project of the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance. Located at 116 North L Street in Livermore, CA, the center is the permanent home of TVNPA and its programs, and serves as a co-working location offering shared offices, individual workspaces, and virtual offices for nonprofit organizations serving the Tri-Valley region. Find out more at www.tvnpa.org.