2020 grant awards

Projects funded by the Community Challenge, Eastern Neighborhood, and Watershed Stewardship grants.

Community Challenge Grants

Climate Action Now, fiscally sponsored by Earth Island Institute
Awarded:  $125,000
Project:  Sunset Boulevard Butterfly Gardens Project in partnership with PlantSF   

Civic Center Community Benefit District  
Awarded:  $100,000
Project:  Community engagement in the Civic Center area

Chinatown Community Development Center
Awarded:  $125,000
Project:  Garden of Peace & Joy Mural at Who Hei Yuen Park and the Broadway Gardens Project

Chinese Culture Center
Awarded:  $150,000
Project:  Public art and community engagement at 41 Ross Alley

College Hill Neighborhood Association, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $150,000
Project:  Bridging the Bernal Cut Mural at the Richland-Miguel Bridge

East Cut Community Benefit District
Awarded:  $25,000
Project:  Essex & Folsom Community Garden

Enterprise for Youth
Awarded:  $25,000
Project:  Youth employment and gardening program at Cayuga Park

Far Out West Garden, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $40,000
Project:  Mural and garden enhancements

Friends of Alemany Farms, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $88,468
Project:  Youth Apprentice Pilot Program

Friends of Glen Park Greenway, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $75,000
Project:  Trail and habitat restoration

Friends of Outer Mission, fiscally sponsored by Excelsior Action Group
Awarded:  $65,000
Project:  Mosaic Island Project at Mission & Whittier Streets

Friends of Oak Woodlands, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $22,270
Project:  Trail and habitat restoration

Guadalupe Elementary School PTA
Awarded:  $24,000
Project:  Peace in the Heart Mural

Habitat for Humanity
Awarded:  $28,000
Project:  Enhancements at the City of Dreams Garden, Florence Fang Garden and Quesada Gardens

Life Frames/Living Library, Inc.
Awarded:  $110,000
Project:  Holly Park and OMI Sidewalk Gardens Project

Literacy for Environmental Justice
Awarded:  $150,000
Project:  Community gathering space and garden at Candlestick Point State Park

Lower Polk Community Benefit District
Awarded:  $48,000
Project:  Hemlock St. Mural Project and the Barklet! Project on Myrtle St.

Mid-Market Community Benefit District
Awarded:  $30,779
Project:  Mint Plaza improvements

Minnie & Lovie Ward Community Council, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $100,000
Project:  Minnie & Lovie Ward Community Garden restoration

On Lok Day Services
Awarded:  $80,000
Project:  Community garden and gathering space at the 30th St. Senior Center

Portola Neighborhood Association
Awarded:  $75,000
Project:  Burrows Park expansion

Randall Museum Friends
Awarded:  $59,000
Project:  Energy Garden enhancements and community seating

San Francisco Beautiful
Awarded:  $100,000
Project:  Fillmore-Turk Mini Park improvements and watershed project

San Francisco Waldorf School
Awarded:  $150,000
Project:  Bushnell Center Streetscape Project

SF Urban Riders, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $54,450
Project:  Laguna Honda Community Trail improvements and habitat restoration

Sutro Stewards, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $16,300
Project:  Clarendon Corridor Trail improvements and habitat restoration

Visitacion Valley Greenway, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $150,000
Project:  McLaren Park Native Plant Garden Project

Eastern Neighborhoods Grants

Dogpatch & NW Potrero Hill Green Benefit District
Awarded:  $101,700
Project:  Angel Alley Lighting and Greening Project

Carolina Green Space, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $132,000
Project:  Skyline Terrace Gathering Space & Greening Project

Friends of Potrero Hill Recreation Center, fiscally sponsored by SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $170,000
Project:  Potrero Hill Poppy Path Pollinator Gardens Project

SF Parks Alliance
Awarded:  $147,996
Project:  Moss Alley Streetscapes Project

Last updated May 19, 2022

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