The Community Grants program provides an opportunity for local non-profit organizations to apply for funding for projects that will improve the lives of women and girls.
The Zonta Club of the Santa Clarita Valley Foundation has implemented a grant process which
- Invites local organizations to apply for larger gifts
- Increases emphasis on our mission of “advancing the status of women,”
- Provides for greater accountability with regard to how the funds are used.
2020 Community Grant Application now available
The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley is seeking applications for Community Grants for projects that support our Mission. “Empowering the Lives of Woman through Service and Advocacy.”
Zonta International is a worldwide service organization of business and professional women founded in 1919. Our membership is 33,000, in 66 countries, The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley was chartered in 1974.
The 2020 Grant Application is attached along with the grant requirements, criteria and instructions on how to apply. The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley is offering grants up to $1,500 to help your organization initiate a new project or expand an existing one.
Zonta International’s Mission and Vision is Empowering Women through Service and Advocacy. If your organization’s project aligns with our International and Club mission, we invite you to submit a grant application.
Applications must be postmarked/received on or before March 27, 2020
- Organization submitting qualifying proposal may be asked to provide additional information and/or submit to a site visit.
- All applicants will be notified of the Committee’s decision no later than April 20, 2020.
- An organization will be funded for a maximum of two (2) consecutive years. After one year off the submitting organization will be eligible for funding again.
We prefer that you submit your application electronically by emailing to email@example.com
If submitting via mail send to:
The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley
Community Grants Committee
23742 Lyons Ave #220117
Santa Clarita, CA 91322
2019 Community Grant Recipients
Lt to rt: Adele Macpherson; Yorleni Sapp from Single Mothers Outreach; Phillip Soloman from Samuel Dixon Family Health Center; Carolyn Olsen from Fostering Youth Independence; Dr. Roche Vermaak from Family Promise and Lois Bauccio.
This year we received 8 outstanding grant applications with a total request of over $10,000. The committee had a tough time making their decision.
We are happy to award grants to four outstanding organizations that meet our mission and criteria.
Family Promise for their Emergency Motel Shelter Program, to support women and their children who need to be housed is a motel while they find safe housing. Dr Roche Vermaak the executive Director of Family Promise accepted the award.
Fostering Youth Independence (FYI): Their program is for “Dorm supplies and/or professional wardrobe” To provide financial support needed to furnish a rented room, after a relationship ends and she needs to find her own living space. Funding for professional clothing to empower a young woman to confidently begin her career dressed for success! Carolyn Olsen Executive director of FYI accepted their grant.
Sam Dixon Family Health Centers: The project is for Radiology services for Low income and Under-insured females This project is for women of all ages whose treatment requires radiology services to diagnose accurately and identify the most appropriate treatment plan. Executive Director Philip Solomon received their grant.
Single Mothers Outreach: Six Steps of Self Worth. This new program will guide women through a learning process that will allow them to establish principles tailored to their individual needs and provided 6 sessions, group counselling, group activities and individual therapy and follow up support. Yorleni Sopp, Executive Director accepted the award for Single Mother’s Outreach.