San Joaquin Valley Health Fund Current Funding Awards

2021-2023 Funding Awards

COVID-19 Farmworker Resiliency Grants

The San Joaquin Valley Health Fund awarded three two-year grants of $300,000 each to support COVID-19 Farmworker Resiliency.

2021-2022 Funding Awards

Wildfire Resiliency Grants

The San Joaquin Valley Health Fund awarded four one-year grants of $100,000 each to support wildfire resiliency.

IHHEEL (Immigration, Health, Housing, Education, Environmental Justice, Land Use and Planning) Advocacy and COVID-19 Recovery and Resiliency Advocacy

The San Joaquin Valley Health Fund awarded 47 San Joaquin Valley community-based organizations grants up to $50,000 to advance policy and systems change work in support of the San Joaquin Valley Health Fund’s Policy Platform (20 awardees) and to support COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience across the region (27 awardees). With more than $2 million in funding awarded, these community partners will support a wide range of advocacy activities in areas as distinct as immigrant rights, housing justice, school food access, equitable land use policy, community-informed local redistricting efforts and environmental justice. Regardless of their projects, all of the community partners are committed to the goal of advancing health and racial equity across the San Joaquin Valley in partnership with impacted residents.

Learn more about the funded IHEEL projects (.pdf).

2020-2021 Funding Awards

San Joaquin Valley Health Fund COVID-19 Response Cluster

Recent awards include:

ExpresArte Cultural Wellness Collective (Fiscal Sponsor: Organization for the Legal Advancement of Raza)
Fresno and Tulare counties
To support the provision of culturally competent mental health services to vulnerable communities by supporting and connecting therapists of color in the San Joaquin Valley to meet the mental health needs of Black, Indigenous and POC community members.

FoodLink for Tulare County
Tulare County
To partner with local organizations and the Wukchumni Tribal Council to support COVID-19 relief through addressing food insecurity by providing immediate support for home and community gardens, small local farms and farmers of color, and the development and implementation of pilot programming for the Tulare County Agroecology Center.

Learn about other funded organizations and projects on the Donate4SJV web page.