Recent Grants

Outfitting Brickworks

27 Jun 2014, written by

Finishing touches for Brickworks – flatware, dishes, glasses, tables, chairs, etc. – will allow the building to become sustainable and provide a complete rental space for community events. The Agricultural Guild aims to advance the island’s healthy living with a variety of events, meetings, and classes, which require these basic supplies and equipment.

Training & Community Collaboration

27 Jun 2014, written by

Professional training for Sheriff deputies and Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault advocates. The training will cover victim assistance, how to respond to children at the scene, and building a community coordinated response to domestic violence.

Public Relations Materials

27 Jun 2014, written by

Support for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services to create, provide and distribute public awareness brochures and safety and educational posters and other public relations materials for the San Juan County community.

DVSAS County Fair Booth & Awareness Materials

27 Jun 2014, written by

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services of the San Juan Islands will staff a booth at the County Fair to provide a variety of materials that distribute educational and contact information to as many homes as possible. These materials will raise awareness about domestic violence as well as publicize the crisis response number.

Discount Ferry Ticket Program

27 Jun 2014, written by

Island residents that must seek social and healthcare services on the mainland are often those who can least afford it. The Ferry Discount Program provides tickets that enable low-income individuals to travel to the mainland for medical appointments, unemployment, and other social services.

Family Resource Center Facility Weatherization & Repairs

27 Jun 2014, written by

Critical facility repairs include installation of a sump pump, bringing insulation up to code, and converting to an energy efficient heating system. Parents and their children will be able to use the playroom safely and comfortably, and the Family Resource Center will save hundreds of dollars on utility bills which can be put toward programming that benefits our community.

Friday Harbor Elementary School Safety Project

27 Jun 2014, written by

For the safety of children, teachers, and staff, the Elementary School Safety Project improves safety and ensures that an emergency plan is in place. Safety upgrades include deadbolt locks, security cameras, and a chime that announces visitors.

Friday Harbor Film Festival

27 Jun 2014, written by

The festival aims to entertain, inspire, and enlighten island residents by screening quality documentary films, from accomplished film makers and local students, that relate to the Pacific Rim. Advertising and marketing materials help to engage and draw in attendees for the festival.

Band Families and Friends

27 Jun 2014, written by

Music plays an important role in a well-rounded education. The school bands will repair many of their instruments, and replace those that can no longer be repaired. In order to provide students with an up-to-date music education, digital recording studio equipment is also provided.

San Juan Island Conservation Corps

27 Jun 2014, written by

Student work crews perform maintenance and stewardship tasks on public lands, some of which are remote and without cell communication. First aid supplies, communications & monitoring equipment, and proper tools are essential to a safe and productive learning experience.

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