We are pleased to announce Phase 2 grantees!
The Community Leadership Project’s goal is to help build sustainable organizations with three key characteristics: resilient leadership, adaptive capacity and financial stability. Toward that end, 57 CLP community grantees have been selected to receive general operating support and capacity-building grants over the next three years.
CLP’s community grantees are small and mid-size nonprofit organizations that serve low-income people and communities of color in the Bay Area, San Joaquin Valley and Central Coast. Each of these grantees is listed on our Community Grantees page, where you can find links to their websites.
To build sustainable small and mid-size nonprofit organizations, CLP is partnering with five regranting intermediaries:
- Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment
- Silicon Valley Community Foundation
- California Rural Legal Assistance/Immigrant Legal Resource Center
- Alliance for California Traditional Arts
- Community Foundation for Monterey County
CLP also provides leadership, financial management, strategic planning and technology training through partnerships with the following organizations:
- LeaderSpring Program, a project of the Tides Center
- Nonprofit Finance Fund
- Rockwood Leadership Institute
On behalf of all of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, The James Irvine Foundation and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, we invite you to follow, and learn from, the CLP progress.