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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

Grey Bears

Santa Cruz, CA

Grey Bears

Grey Bears improves the health and well-being of seniors and its community through food distribution, volunteerism and environmental preservation.

Real Good Fish

Moss Landing, CA

Real Good Fish

Real Good Fish is a community-supported fishery that aims to keep seafood in the local supply chain, reinvigorate coastal communities and educate the public on ocean health and stewardship.

Mesa Verde Gardens

Watsonville, CA

Mesa Verde Gardens

Mesa Verde Gardens builds and sustains a network of organic community gardens that promote the sharing of cultural practices and improves the overall health of families in the Pajaro Valley.

Californians for Pesticide Reform

Berkeley, CA

Californians for Pesticide Reform

CPR works to protect public health, improve environmental quality, and support a sustainable and just agricultural system by building a diverse movement to change state and local pesticide policies and practices.

Ecology Action

Santa Cruz, CA

Ecology Action

Ecology Action aims to help people, businesses and communities make simple, yet profound changes that have big environmental impacts.

Ventana Wilderness Alliance

Santa Cruz, CA

Ventana Wilderness Alliance

The Ventana Wilderness Alliance exists to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness qualities and biodiversity of public lands within California’s northern Santa Lucia Mountains and Big Sur coast.

Groundswell Coastal Ecology

Davenport, CA

Groundswell Coastal Ecology

Groundswell Coastal Ecology aims to restore coastal ecosystems and connect them to vibrant communities in meaningful ways using nature-based solutions.

Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge

Santa Cruz, CA

Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge

Oikonos studies and protects imperiled ecosystems by engaging diverse communities through innovative scientific and artistic collaborations.

The Wahine Project

Monterey, CA

The Wahine Project

The Wahine Project seeks to eliminate barriers preventing a diversity of girls from having a relationship with the ocean and with one another.

“Food, What?!”

Santa Cruz, CA

“Food, What?!”

Food, What?! empowers youth and advances food justice through sustainable agriculture and health, using food as the vehicle to grow strong, healthy and resilient teens.

Homeless Garden Project

Santa Cruz, CA

Homeless Garden Project

Homeless Garden Project uses its urban farm and garden to help people find the tools they need to build a home in the world.

Coastal Watershed Council

Santa Cruz, CA

Coastal Watershed Council

Coastal Watershed Council exists to preserve and protect coastal watersheds through community stewardship, education and monitoring.

Make an Impact

River Health Day — Coastal Watershed Council

Event from Coastal Watershed Council

Santa Cruz, CA, United States

River Health Day

Coastal Watershed Council

Help plant native seedlings along the San Lorenzo River to improve habitat and biodiversity! This our last public planting event this spring! See RSVP link for meeting location/parking directions. Gloves, tools and light refreshments provided. Please dress in comfortable gardening clothes, including long pants and sturdy closed-toe shoes. Bring a

Day of Service in Honor of Cesar Chavez on March 29th — Homeless Garden Project

Event from Homeless Garden Project

Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Day of Service in Honor of Cesar Chavez on March 29th

Homeless Garden Project

Join us in celebrating Cesar Chavez and the activism that helped propel today’s food justice movement. The day will include; lunch, a talk by Jim Cochran who is a pioneer in the Organic and Food Justice movements and plenty of opportunity to spend time doing fun farm volunteer tasks.

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