CMFA Financings Enables Over $160,000 in Contributions to California Non-Profits
The CMFA continues to give back to the communities in California by directing a portion of its issuance fees to charitable organizations. There were several non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations that received grants of over $160,000 from the California Foundations for Stronger Communities with funds donated by the CMFA.
The deserving organizations include:
Boys & Girls Club of Manteca & Lathrop works with area youth ages 6 -18 to help them reach their full potential as productive caring and responsible citizens.
Eskaton Foundation – Music Therapy Program makes a difference in the lives of skilled nursing patients who are living in chronic pain. The soothing sounds of live harp, guitar or other music alleviates mental and physical pain and helps transform patients for a period of time.
MARSOC Foundation – The foundation supports active duty and medically retired personnel and their families as well as families of Marines who have lost their lives in service to our Nation.
New Door Ventures helps at-risk youth prepare for work and life through creative programs and mentoring in hopes of providing these kids a hand up rather than a hand out. Together with the local business community New Door Ventures provides at-risk kids with needed job skills and training.
Patriots & Paws provides veterans and their families the information and resources needed to become sucessful as they return home and restart their lives back in the civilian world. The animals help provide therapy for the veterans and their families against post traumatic stress.
PermHousing, Inc. is an emerging nonprofit designed to address the affordable housing shortage in Southern California. PermHousing focuses their service on seniors, veterans and handicapped individuals.
Rebuilding Together Sacramento works to preserve, revitalize and strengthen homes and communities to ensure that homeowners who are low-income, elderly, disabled or families with children live independently in comfort, safety and efficiency.
Roberts Family Development Center works to provide an outstanding After-School Program for North Sacramento youth. Their program works to ease the transition from the classroom to daily life. Staff provides tutoring, mentoring, recreation and family literacy programs to enhance and enrich student’s lives.
Seal-Naval Special Warfare Foundation provides for the need of the families and children of Navy SEALS and other Naval Special Warfare Seamen who are wounded or killed in combat.
Twin Lakes Food Bank serves families in need with supplemental food and clothing.
Wellspring Women’s Center serves over 200 women and their children every week day, providing a nutritious breakfast, free counseling and safety net services.