Meet some of the grantees who are leading positive change in the San Francisco Bay Area.
California Children's Trust
Even before COVID-19, children and youth across the country were experiencing emotional distress at unprecedented levels. The past decade has witnessed sharp increases in rates of suicide, suicidal ideation, and self-injury; increases in the number of mental health hospitalizations; and increases in the rate of youth self-reported mental health needs.
California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice (CCIJ)
ZFF partners have been instrumental in helping to provide much needed services and support to immigrants and their families during this pandemic. One such partner is the California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice (CCIJ). CCIJ is a coalition of legal service providers that offers coordination, advocacy, and free legal services to the detained immigrant community in northern and central California.
Arts for a Better Bay Area (ABBA) is a collective network dedicated to building community-wide solidarity to increase support and equitable access to the arts. By raising the voice of the arts in the Bay Area and building a network of advocates and supporters through community-driven action, ABBA focuses attention on the support needed to sustain arts in the Bay Area.