CMFA Financings Enable $45,000 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 an aggregate total of $45,000 from the California Foundations for Stronger Communities with funds donated by the CMFA.

 The deserving organizations include:

Bay Area Rescue Mission provides a variety of programs that serve those in need in the bay area.  Their program includes: Emergency Shelter, Meals and Food Distribution, Distribution of Clothing, Furniture, and Household Items, Long-term Residential Recovery Programs, Education, Job Skills Training, Life Skills Training, Job Placement & more.

Casa 0101is dedicated to providing vital arts, cultural, and educational programs — in theater, digital filmmaking, art and dance — to Boyle Heights, thereby nurturing the future storytellers of Los Angeles who will someday transform the world.

Communities Advocating for Resident Empowerment (CARE)provides comprehensive human services to low and moderate income residents living at affordable housing communities. This 501 (c) 3 organization was created to provide high-quality and consistent critical social services, educational programs, advocacy and training for children, youth, families and seniors living in affordable housing communities.

Freedom Dogs teams Specialty Service Dogs with troops returning from war with PTSD and physical limitations.  Returning personnel can participate in the Partner Program that pairs a wounded warrior with a Specialty Service dog and their trainer on a short term, intermittent status, or the Partner for Life Program which permanently places the Specialty Service Dog with the wounded warrior.

Indian Health Council is a consortium of nine tribes dedicated to the continual betterment of Indian Health, wholeness, and well-being.  From their two facilities, the Indian Health Council provides a full spectrum of on-site and outreach services and programs to the North San Diego County reservations of Inaja-Cosmit, La Jolla, Los Coyotes, Mesa Grande, Pala, Pauma, Rincon, San Pasqual, and Santa Ysabel.

Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum works to engage at-risk youth in aviation, science, and mathematics as an alternative to the negative influences in their environment. 

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