Covid-Relief Grants Funded Thanks to Ford Family Foundation

Thanks to a generous contribution from The Ford Family Foundation, the Community Foundation of the North State made grants to 21 organizations in Siskiyou County at the end of the calendar year. These grants support workers and those seeking work, domestic violence survivors, isolated seniors, those experiencing food insecurity, health organizations, and families.

“We are so pleased to work in partnership with The Ford Family Foundation to distribute these grants,” said CFNS CEO Kerry Caranci. “At a time when the need still very much exists, it is really important to be able to show support to these organizations.”

The nonprofits receiving grants include:

  • Hornbrook Community Association
  • Happy Camp Community Action, Inc.
  • Northern California Resource Center
  • Siskiyou Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library
  • OreCal RC&D for SiskiyouWorks
  • OreCal RC&D for Dorris Lions Club
  • Tiny, Mighty and Strong
  • Siskiyou Family YMCA
  • Training, Employment & Community Help, Inc. for Tulelake Community Center
  • Smart Business Resource Center (Siskiyou location)
  • Karuk Tribe
  • Mountain Valleys Health Centers (Siskiyou county locations)
  • Mercy Foundation North (Mercy Medical Center Mount Shasta)
  • Shasta Cascade Health Centers (Siskiyou county locations)
  • Siskiyou Community Food Bank
  • Siskiyou County Job Council/Siskiyou Economic Development
  • Siskiyou Domestic Violence & Crisis Center
  • Siskiyou Food Assistance
  • Siskiyou Opportunity Center
  • Great Northern Services
  • Siskiyou Community Resource Collaborative for its six locations