Community Benefit Grant

The City Council of the City of Healdsburg established a Community Benefit Grant Program funded by interest earned on the proceeds from the sale of the former city hall facility. This program was created to provide funding to local non-profit organizations with programs or projects designed to meet and/or enhance community needs.    

The Council is interested in projects that benefit a large cross section of residents, offer a sustainable benefit to Healdsburg and support community participation. Of particular interest are programs and projects that have a direct correlation to resident services and enhancement in the areas of recreation, support services and the environment. A total of $50,000 was available for the 2020 program year.  Individual grant awards typically range from $2,000 to $10,000.  

                                 2020 Community Benefit Grant Awards
 Active 20-30 Club #205 $3,211 
Alliance Medical Center 4,000
Farm to Pantry 1,148
Friends of the Healdsburg Farmers' Market 3,800
 Girl Scout Troop #10278 2,900
 Healdsburg Center for the Arts 6,000
 Healdsburg Community Nursery School 1,500
 Healdsburg Education Foundation 2,000
Healdsburg Jazz Festival 6,000
Healdsburg Performing Arts 2,441
Healdsburg Shared Ministries 12,500
Heartizens 3,000 
 Tiny Kids University Preschool  1,500
 Total $50,000