GRANTS

This page provides a list of Agua Fund grants since its first full year of funding in 2004.

Summary of Commitments in 2007

In 2007 the Agua Fund made grant commitments totalling $1,995,500.  The pages below briefly describe these grant commitments by category.

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ARTS, CULTURE, AND EDUCATION

ADOPT-A-NATIVE ELDER (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
PO Box 3401
Park City, UT 84060
www.anelder.org
$10,000 for general support of work to support traditional elders on the Navajo reservation.

AMERICAN INDIAN COLLEGE FUND (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
8333 Greenwood Blvd
Denver, CO 80221
www.collegefund.org
$10,000 for scholarships to individuals from the Ute tribes.

DC ARTS & HUMANITIES EDUCATION COLLABORATIVE
2020 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, # 264
Washington, DC 20006-1846
www.dccollaborative.org
$15,000 to expand musical offerings to K-12 students of DC public and charter schools.

NATIONAL JAPANESE AMERICAN MEMORIAL FOUNDATION (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1000 Connecticut Avenue, NW, #304
Washington, DC 20036
www.njamf.com
$10,000 to tell the story of Japanese-Americans during World War II.

Total arts, culture, and education: $45,000

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

CENTER FOR CIVIC PARTICIPATION
2105 First Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
http://centerforcivicparticipation.org
$35,000 for support of work in Florida.

COMMON CAUSE EDUCATION FUND (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
www.commoncause.org
$5,000 for activities to reform the electoral system.

PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY FOUNDATION
2000 M Street, NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20036
www.pfaw.org
$25,000 for the efforts of Democracia USA to increase the civic participation of Hispanics.

PROJECT VOTE
739 8th Street, SE, Suite 202
Washington, DC 20003
www.projectvote.org
$25,000 for efforts to increase the civic participation of low-income and minority communities.
 
WOMEN’S VOICES WOMEN VOTE
1300 Connecticut Avenue, NW 
Washington, DC 20036
www.wvwv.org
$40,000 for general support of work to increase the participation of unmarried women.

Total civic engagement: $130,000

LOCAL ENVIRONMENT

Anacostia Watershed in Washington, DC and Maryland

ANACOSTIA WATERSHED SOCIETY
The George Washington House
4302 Baltimore Avenue
Bladensburg, MD 20710
www.anacostiaws.org
$5,000 for general support of work to cleanup and restore the Anacostia River.

Cape Cod and Nantucket, Massachusetts

MASSACHUSETTS AUDUBON SOCIETY (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
8 South Great Road
Lincoln, MA 01773
www.massaudubon.org
$3,000 for general support of work to protect the environment on Cape Cod and Nantucket.

NANTUCKET LAND COUNCIL
6 Ash Lane, PO Box 502
Nantucket, MA 02554
www.nantucketlandcouncil.org
$17,500 for general support of work to protect the environment of Nantucket Island.

NANTUCKET SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
PO Box 1244
Nantucket, MA 02554
www.sustainablenantucket.org
$15,000 for general support of work to sustain Nantucket’s economic vitality while preserving and restoring community character.

THREE BAYS PRESERVATION, INC.
PO Box 215
Osterville, MA 02655-0215
www.3bays.org
$2,000 for general support of work to preserve and restore the watershed comprising West Bay, North Bay, and Cotuit Bay.

TUCKERNUCK LAND TRUST
P.O. Box 2943
Nantucket, MA 02554
$10,000 for general support of work to protect the island’s open spaces and natural heritage: $5,000 outright and $5,000 on a 1:1 match from new or increased contributions from members.

Hawai’i

CONSERVATION COUNCIL FOR HAWAI’I (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
PO Box 2923
Honolulu, HI 96802
www.conservehi.org 
$3,000 for general support of work to preserve biodiversity and restore Hawaii’s ecosystems.

Shenandoah watershed, Virginia

CHESAPEAKE BAY TRUST
60 West Street, Suite 405
Annapolis, MD 21403
$50,000 to the pooled fund of the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network for partnership projects that reduce excess nutrients from agriculture in the Bay watershed. 

COMMUNITY ALLIANCE FOR PRESERVATION
 P.O. Box 147
 Penn Laird, VA 22846
$12,500 for general support of work to manage growth and protect the natural and cultural resources of Rockingham County.

PIEDMONT ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL
P.O. Box 460
Warrenton, VA 22186
www.pecva.org
$45,000: $25,000 to support the Clarke County Field Office and $20,000 for general support.
$110,000 for the work of the Coalition for Smarter Growth (www.smartergrowth.net) and the Shenandoah Valley Network (www.shenandoahvalleynetwork.org).
$50,000 for its efforts to develop and promote viable alternatives to a proposed transmission line which would transect parts of the Shenandoah Valley.

POTOMAC CONSERVANCY
8601 Georgia Avenue, #612
Silver Spring, MD 20910
www.potomacconservancy.org
$35,000 for work to protect the Shenandoah watershed with $20,000 on a 1:1 match from new or increased contributions.

POTOMAC RIVERKEEPER, INC
1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, #600
Washington, DC 20036
www.potomacriverkeeper.org
$45,000 for the Shenandoah Riverkeeper program.

PRESERVE FREDERICK, INC.
POB 562
Middletown, VA 22645
www.preservefrederick.org
$12,500 in general support of work to promote compatible development, protect natural and historic resources, and preserve the rural character in Frederick County.

SHENANDOAH COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
POB 31
Woodstock, VA 22664-0031
www.shenandoahcommunityfoundation.org
$12,500 for work to improve land use in Shenandoah County.

SHENANDOAH RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
USDA-NRCS
PO Box 60, 70 Dick Huff Lane
Verona, VA 24482
http://shenandoahrcd.org
$55,000: $5,000 for operating support and $50,000 for projects in the Shenandoah River watershed that support its rural economic base, with a special emphasis on sustainable agriculture.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY BATTLEFIELDS FOUNDATION
 PO Box 897
 New Market, VA 22844
 www.shenandoahatwar.org/frame_mission.html
$45,000 for general support of work to protect the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District with $25,000 on a 1:1 match from new or increased contributions. 

SHENANDOAH VALLEY PURE WATER  FORUM
James Madison University-CISAT
701 Carrier Drive, #314
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
www.purewaterforum.org
$85,000 for Year 6 of the Shenandoah Basin Project, which seeks to improve water quality by building the capacity of local watershed organizations, $15,000 on a 1:1 match from other sources. 

SOUTHERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CENTER
201 W. Main Street, Suite 14
Charlottesville, VA 22902
www.SouthernEnvironment.org
$37,500 for the Roadless Protection Campaign and for the efforts of the Land and Community Project to develop better transportation options for the Shenandoah Valley.

VALLEY CONSERVATION COUNCIL
17 Barristers Row
Staunton, VA 24401-4225
www.valleyconservation.org
$35,000 for general support of work to promote land use that sustains the farm, forests, open spaces, and cultural heritage of the Shenandoah Valley region.

VIRGINIA CONSERVATION NETWORK
1101 East Broad Street, Suite LL35-C
Richmond, VA 23219
www.vcnva.org
$7,500 for general support of work to strengthen the conservation community and to advocate for stronger natural resource protection in Virginia.

VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION
203 Governor Street
Richmond, VA 23219-2010
www.dcr.virginia.org
$2,500 for the first annual statewide conference of land trusts in Virginia.

VIRGINIA LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS EDUCATION FUND
530 East Main, Suite 310
Richmond, VA 23219
www.valcvef.org
$50,000 for general support of work to help Virginia citizens and organizations more effectively participate in government and policy development.

VIRGINIA ORGANIZING PROJECT
703 Concord Avenue
Charlottesville, VA 22903
www.virginia-organizing.org
$10,000 to support public education on the benefits of rail in Virginia.
$25,000 to support work to protect the George Washington National Forest.

VIRGINIA OUTDOORS FOUNDATION
324 Waterloo Street
Warrenton, VA 20186
www.virginiaoutdoorsfoundation.org
$5,500 for general support of work to promote land conservation in Virginia.

Southwest Florida
 
CLEAN WATER FUND (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
 4455 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite A-300-16.
 Washington, DC 20008
 www.cleanwaterfund.org
$25,000 for general operations of the Florida office.

CONSERVANCY OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
 1450 Merrihue Drive
 Naples, FL 34102
 www.conservancy.org
$15,000 for work to protect the natural environment and water quality of southwest Florida.

EARTHJUSTICE (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
426 17th Street, 6th floor
Oakland, CA 94612
www.earthjustice.org
$10,000 for general operations of the Florida office.

FLORIDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC GROWERS AND CONSUMERS, INC.
(through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
POB 12311
Gainesville, FL 32604
www.foginfo.org
$15,000 for general support of work to encourage organic agriculture in Florida.

FLORIDA WILDLIFE FEDERATION (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
 2590 Golden Gate Parkway Suite 105
Naples, Florida  34105
www.fwfonline.org
 $15,000: $12,500 for general operations of the Southwest Florida Office and $2,500 for the Florida state office.

NATIONAL TROPICAL BOTANICAL GARDEN (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
The Kampong
4013 SW Douglas Road
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
www.ntbg.org
$12,500 for general operations at the Kampong Garden in Florida.

SIERRA CLUB FOUNDATION (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
85 2nd St, Suite 750
San Francisco, CA 94105
www.sierraclub.org
$10,000 for the Everglades Restoration Campaign.

TIDES CENTER (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
Presidio Main Post, Bldg #1014
POB 29903
San Francisco, CA 94129
$25,000 for the Clean Water Network of Florida (www.cwn-se.org).

Western Colorado/eastern Utah

MESA LAND TRUST
305 ½ Main, P.O. Box 1246
Palisade, CO 81526
www.mesalandtrust.org
$35,000 for general support of work to preserve agricultural land, wildlife habitat, and open space in Mesa County.
$25,000 for the Glade Park Conservation Initiative.

RED ROCK FORESTS
90 West Center Street
Moab, UT 84532
www.redrockforests.org
$15,000 for general support of work to protect the La Sal and Abajo Mountains of southeastern Utah and to develop a constituency for forest protection in Utah.

subtotal local environment: $988,500

ENVIRONMENT: NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL

AMERICAN BIRD CONSERVANCY (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
PO Box 249
The Plains, VA 20198
www.abcbirds.org
$5,000 for general support of work to conserve wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas.

CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1919 M Street, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
www.conservation.org
$2,500 for general support of work to conserve global biodiversity.

ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1228 ½ 31st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
www.dcenvironmentalfilmfest.org
$5,000 for general support.

ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING GROUP
1436 U Street NW, Suite 100
Washington, DC 20009-3987
www.ewg.org
$25,000 for general support of work to expose threats to the environment and public health and to find and promote solutions.

FARMERS’ LEGAL ACTION GROUP, INC.
360 N. Robert Street, Suite 500
St. Paul, MN 55101
www.flaginc.org
$20,000 for work to maintain the integrity of the National Organic Program, of which $5,000 is to be matched 1:1 by new or increased grants or contributions from other supporters.

FOOD ANIMAL CONCERNS TRUST
PO Box 14599
Chicago, IL 61604
$15,000 for the Keep Antibiotics Working Campaign (www.keepantibioticsworking.com),
which aims to eliminate the inappropriate use of antibiotics in food animals.

NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
700 Broadway
New York, NY 10003
www.audubon.org
$5,000 for general support of work to conserve and restore natural ecosystems.

NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
PO Box 396
Pine Bush, NY 12566
www.sustainableagriculture.net
$10,000 for general support.

SURFACE TRANSPORTATION POLICY PROJECT
1100 17th Street, NW, 10th floor
Washington, DC 20036
www.transact.org
$25,000 for general support of work to improve federal, state, and local transportation policy.

subtotal national and international environment: $112,500

Total environment: $1,101,000

LOCAL SOCIAL SERVICES

Hawai’i

COUNCIL FOR NATIVE HAWAIIAN ADVANCEMENT (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
33 South King Street, Suite 513
Honolulu, HI 96813
www.hawaiiancouncil.org
$12,500 for the Hawaiian Way Fund (www.hawaiianwayfund.org) which supports social, economic, and cultural initiatives to help native Hawaiian communities.

MAUI ADULT DAY CARE CENTER (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
11 Mahaolu Street, Suite B
Kahului, HI 96732
www.mauiadultdaycare.com
$15,000 for Hale Hulu Mamo and its work to help the vulnerable elderly.

OHANA MAKAMAE, INC. (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
P.O. Box 914
Hana, HI 96713
$15,000 for general support of work to help low income families.

Shenandoah watershed, Virginia

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF THE CENTRAL BLUE RIDGE
27 Stoneridge Drive, Suite A07
Waynesboro VA 22980
www.communityfoundationcbr.org
$11,000 for grants to: the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank Network ($7,500) (www.brafb.org), Habitat for Humanity Staunton-Augusta ($2,500), and for general support of the Foundation ($1,000).

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION HARRISONBURG & ROCKINGHAM COUNTY
PO Box 1068
Harrisonburg, VA 22803
www.the-community-foundation.org
$6,000 for grants to: Habitat for Humanity Central Valley ($2,500) and Friendship Industries ($3,500).

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF THE NORTHERN SHENANDOAH VALLEY
203 Salem Church Road
Stephens City, VA 22655
www.cfnsv.org
$34,500 for grants to: Response, Inc.($7,500), Shelter for Abused Women ($7,500), Warren County on Domestic Violence ($7,500), Winchester-Frederick Habitat for Humanity ($2,500), Page County Habitat ($2,500), Shenandoah County Habitat ($2,500), the C-CAP homeless shelter ($3,000), and general support of the Foundation ($1,500).

VIRGINIA ORGANIZING PROJECT
703 Concord Avenue
Charlottesville, VA 22903
www.virginia-organizing.org
$25,000 for work to preserve and increase affordable housing in the Shenandoah watershed

Southwest Florida

ABUSE COUNSELING TREATMENT (ACT) (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
 POB 60401, Fort Myers, FL 33906
 www.actabuse.org
 $12,500 for general support of work on domestic violence. 
 
CARE CLUB OF COLLIER COUNTY (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1800 Santa Barbara Blvd
Naples, FL 34116
$12,500 for general support of work to help the vulnerable elderly.
 
COLLIER COUNTY HUNGER AND HOMELESS COALITION, INC. (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
2001 Airport Pulling Road S
Naples, FL 33112
$15,000 for general support of work to plan, coordinate, and deliver high quality services to the hungry and homeless of Collier County.

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF COLLIER COUNTY
 2400 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 300
Naples, FL 34103
www.cfcollier.org
$25,000 for the second year of the Immokalee Initiative to build the capacity of nonprofits that serve the low income residents of the town of Immokalee.
 
DR. PIPER CENTER FOR SOCIAL SERVICES, INC. (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1771 Evans Avenue
Ft. Myers, FL 33901
$15,000 for general support of work to enrich the daily lives of elders and enhance educational opportunities for disadvantaged youths.

IMMOKALEE CHILD CARE CENTER (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
PO Box 29596
Washington, DC 20017
$15,000 for general support of work to provide high quality child care for low income residents of Immokalee.
 
IMMOKALEE FRIENDSHIP HOUSE, INC. (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
602 West Main Street
Immokalee, FL 34142
www.immokaleefriendshiphouse.com
$15,000 for general support of work to provide emergency meals, temporary shelter, and services to the homeless to enable them to locate and maintain permanent housing.

ST. MATTHEW’S HOUSE (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
2001 Airport Road South
Naples, FL 34112
$12,500 for general support of work to help the homeless.

SHELTER FOR ABUSED WOMEN AND CHILDREN (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
PO Box 10102
Naples, FL 34101
www.naplesshelter.org
$15,000 for general support of work to help victims and survivors of domestic violence.

Washington, DC

CARPENTER’S SHELTER
930 N. Henry Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
www.carpentersshelter.org
$12,500 for general support of work to provide shelter and comprehensive services to homeless and formerly homeless people in the metropolitan area.

DC HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
PO Box 43565
Washington, DC 20011
www.dchabitat.org
$12,500 for general support of work to build affordable, energy-efficient homes for low income families.

HANNAH HOUSE, INC.
612 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
www.hannahhouse.org
$5,000 for general support of work to provide transitional housing and services to homeless women and their families to help them rebuild their lives.

HOUSE OF RUTH
5 Thomas Circle, NW
Washington, DC 20005
www.houseofruth.org
$10,000 for general support of work to move women and their children from lives of homelessness, abuse, and extreme poverty to independence and stability.

MARY HOUSE, INC.
4303 13th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
www.maryhouse.org
$10,000 for general support of work to provide transitional housing services, shelter, and support programs to homeless and struggling families.

MIRIAM’S HOUSE
P.O. Box 73618
Washington, DC  20056
www.miriamshouse.org
$10,000 for general support of work to help homeless women living with AIDS.

MUSICARES FOUNDATION, INC.
3402 Pico Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90405
www.grammy.com/musicares
$10,000 to help musicians in need in Washington, DC.

OUR PLACE DC
1236 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20003
www.ourplacedc.org
$10,000 for general support of work to help incarcerated mothers return and reconnect to community and family.

SUITED FOR CHANGE
1712 I Street, NW, Suite B-100
Washington, DC 20006
www.suitedforchange.org
$5,000 for general support of work to provide professional clothing and career education to low-income women to increase their employment potential and contribute to their economic independence.

Washington, DC vulnerable elderly

CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY GROUP HOMES
2501 18th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20018
www.esm.org/ccgh/
$15,000 for its Age-in-Place program.

DINNER PROGRAM FOR HOMELESS WOMEN
945 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
www.dphw.org
$12,500 for general support of work to provide the homeless of downtown Washington, DC with nutritious meals and support services.

EMMAUS SERVICES FOR THE AGING
1426 9th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004
www.EmmausServices.org
$12,500 for general support of work to help elderly men and women live independently.

LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE ELDERLY
601 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20049
www.aarp.org/states/dc/dc-lce
$20,000 for the Alternatives to Landlord/Tenant Court for the Elderly Project.

NATIONAL COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS
1012 14th Street, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20005-3451
www.nationalhomeless.org
$12,500 for work to end homelessness in the US and in DC.

REBUILDING TOGETHER OF WASHINGTON, DC
2233 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 414
Washington, DC 20007
www.rebuildingtogetherdc.org
$15,000 for work to help the vulnerable elderly remain in their homes.

SO OTHERS MIGHT EAT
71 O Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
www.some.org
$15,000 for general support of work to help the vulnerable elderly.

subtotal local social services: $444,000

SOCIAL SERVICES: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL 

All the grants in this category were committed through the Community Foundation of Collier County.  These grants support: certain local social services, disaster relief, services for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and women’s rights in the Middle East.

Disaster relief

CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES
209 West Fayette St.
Baltimore, MD 21201-3443
www.crs.org
$10,000 for Kashmir earthquake relief.

DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS USA, INC.
333 Seventh Avenue, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10001-5004
www.doctorswithoutborders.org
$15,000 for general support.

FARM AID
11 Ward St, Suite 200
Somerville, MA 02143
www.farmaid.org
$10,000 for the Family Farm Disaster Fund: Hurricane Relief.

GRANT FOUNDATION
PO Box 81046
Pittsburg, PA 15216
www.hashaiti.org
$10,000 to Hôpital Albert Schweitzer in Haiti for its work to provide medical care for the poor.

INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE RED CROSS/RED CRESCENT
800 Second Avenue, Suite 355, 3rd fl.
NY, NY 10017
www.ifrc.org
$15,000 for Kashmir earthquake relief.

MUSICARES FOUNDATION, INC.
3402 Pico Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90405
www.grammy.com/musicares
$5,000 to help musicians in need in New Orleans, LA.
 
ROCKEFELLER PHILANTHROPY ADVISORS, INC.
37 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10022
www.rockpa.org
$15,000 to the Collaborative Fund for the Caribbean to help rebuild the nutmeg industry in Grenada. 
$50,000 for the Gulf Coast Ecological Health and Community Renewal Fund.

SAVE THE CHILDREN FEDERATION
54 Wilton Rd
Westport, CT 06880
www.savethechildren.org
$10,000 for Kashmir earthquake relief.

TIPITINA’S FOUNDATION
4040 Tulane Avenue, Suite 8000
New Orleans, LA 70119
www.tipitinasfoundation.org
$25,000 for the New Orleans Artist Relief Effort.

Women’s rights in the Middle East

FEMINIST MAJORITY FOUNDATION
433 South Beverly Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
www.feminist.org
$25,000 for the Campaign for Afghan Women and Girls.

GLOBAL FUND FOR WOMEN
1375 Sutter St., Ste 400
San Francisco, CA 94109
www.globalfundforwomen.org
$19,000 for grantmaking in North Africa and the Middle East.

WOMEN FOR WOMEN INTERNATIONAL
1850 M Street, NW, Suite 1090
Washington, DC 20036
www.womenforwomen.org
$19,000 for work to help women in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Iraq/Afghanistan veterans

DEEP DEMOCRACY
4192 East Boulder Springs Way
Tuscon, AZ 85712
www.vets4vets.org
$10,000 for the work of Vets4Vets to build peer support networks among veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS CHARITABLE SERVICE TRUST
3725 Alexandria Pike
Cold Spring, KY 41076
www.dav.org
$5,000 for general support of work to provide services to disabled veterans and their families.

FISHER HOUSE FOUNDATION
1401 Rockville Pike, Ste 600
Rockville, MD 20852
www.fisherhouse.org
$5,000 to provide free housing for families of returning veterans while they are hospitalized.

IRAQ/AFGHANISTAN VETERANS ASSOCIATION
770 Broadway, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10003
www.iava.org
$10,000 for general support of work to ensure the enactment of policies that properly provide for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and their families.

REBUILDING TOGETHER
1536 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
www.rebuildingtogether.org
$10,000 for the Serving Those Who Serve program which provides free home modifications and repairs for injured veterans.

RHODE ISLAND COUNCIL OF COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS
40 Sharpe Drive
Cranston, RI 02920
$7,500 for work help other states replicate the Rhode Island Blueprint which involves a partnership between the military and community service organizations that aims to provide an accessible and knowledgeable system of care for returning soldiers and their families

subtotal national and international social services: $275,500

Total social services: $719,500