Sampling of Funded Grants

Government Contracts

  • County of Orange, CalWORKs – $1,990,184 for two years for CalWORKs Behavioral Health Services with non-compete renewal for up to five years for total of $5,098,184. (Lead writer of team)
  • County of Orange, Substance Abuse Treatment – $194,000 for treatment outpatient services
  • Community Development Block Grants – Multiple grants from Anaheim, City of Orange, and GardenGrove for mental health services

Quasi Government/United Way

  • First 5 L.A. (Proposition 10 funds) – $150,000 for nutrition enhancement program
  • First 5 L.A. (Proposition 10 funds)– $150,000 for capacity building (member of writing team)
  • U.S. Department of Education/Special Olympics Inc. – $275,000 for expansion of an education-based project using sports and education programs to develop school communities that foster respect, dignity and advocacy for people with intellectual disabilities.
  • United Way of Orange County – $168,750 for community-based mental health services
  • United Way of Orange County – $60,000 for life-skills workshops for at risk girls

Foundations & Corporations

  • Ahmanson Foundation – $100,000 for capital investment
  • Archstone Foundation – $15,000 for senior services
  • Boeing Foundation – $30,000 for evaluation capacity building, $25,000 for internship jobs training
  • May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust – $500,000 for scholarships for veterans and their spouses.
  • Decorative Arts Society – two $25,000 grants for occupational therapy/jobs acquisition support, $15,000for mental health, $10,000 and $15,000 for environmental education
  • Hefferlin Foundation – $25,000 for production of educational DVD
  • LA84 Foundation – two $50,000 grants for disabled youth program
  • The Marisla Foundation – $25,000 for community-based mental health services; $30,000 for generaloperations, $30,000 for preservation-related land acquisition, two $10,000 for environmental education
  • Orange County Community Foundation – $20,000 for domestic violence programming, two $15,000 forenvironmental education
  • PIMCO Foundation – $25,000 for occupational therapy/jobs acquisition support
  • Rose Hills Foundation – $300,000 for general operations
  • S.L. Gimbel Foundation – $30,000 for women’s mental health services, $10,000 and $25,000 forenvironmental causes
  • Sisters of St Joseph Healthcare Foundation – $50,000, $25,000, $25,000 and $14,000 grants forcommunity-based mental health services
  • Special Hope Foundation – $50,000 for disabled youth program
  • Weingart Foundation – $175,000, $150,000, $118,000 and $100,000 for core support; $75,000 forcapacity building.