09/29/94

1994 Grants

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3rd Street Films 7,500
ACLU Foundation of Northern California 10,000
Action for Boston Community Development 10,000
African Family Film Foundation 2,500
AIDS Task Force Alabama 10,000
Alameda County Exchange 2,500
Amanaka’a 7,500
American Folklife Center 10,000
American Indian College Fund 10,000
American Musical Heritage Foundation 17,500
American Red Cross-Flood Relief 25,000
*Arts In Corrections 900
ArtWatch International 10,000
AVEC, poetry magazine 5,000
Baltimore Jobs with Peace 10,000
Barzak Educational Institute 10,000
Bay Area Blues Society 7,500
Bay Area Women’s Resource Center 10,000
BBC Symphony, Dillon Recording Project 40,000
Benchmark Institute 5,000
Berkeley Education Foundation 10,000
Berkeley Symphony Orchestra 7,500
Brassica Chemoprotection Laboratory 10,000
Bread & Roses 10,000
Bridge Records, Inc. 10,000
California Certified Organic Farmers Foundation 5,000
Camp Winnarainbow 10,000
Campaign for a Healthier Community for Children 10,000
Cascade Canyon School 7,500
Caspar Children’s Garden 5,000
Center for Attitudinal Healing 5,000
Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies 5,000
Center for the Arts/Yerba Buena 5,000
Center to Preserve Music Culture 10,000
Central City Hospitality House 10,000
Chris Dench, composer 2,500
Church of St. Mary of the Harbor 10,000
Citizens for Environmental Justice 5,000
CityKids Foundation 5,000
Computers and You 10,000
Concerned About Recovery Education 10,000
Crossroads Community 1,000
David Murray (Gleason Award) 10,000
Deep Ecology Education Project 10,000
Drug Policy Foundation 10,000
Earth Communications Office 10,000
Earth Conservation Corps 5,000
Eileen Myles, poet 5,000
Electronic Frontier Foundation 10,000
Elmwood Institute 5,000
Environmental Defense Fund 5,000
Eyes of Chaos Foundation 5,000
Families Against Mandatory Minimums 10,000
FAMILY 22,500
Family Assistance Program 10,000
The Farm School 17,500
Fishery Foundation of California 10,000
Food & Friends 5,000
Food for Free Committee 10,000
Friends of Opal Creek 10,000
Friends of the Huichol 10,000
Full Circle 10,000
Future Leaders Network 10,000
Good Sound Foundation 2,500
Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden 10,000
Hells Canyon Preservation Council 10,000
Hispanic Education & Media Group 10,000
Horizons Academy 2,500
Humane Farming Association 5,000
In The Best Interests of the Children 10,000
Indra’s Network 10,000
Infant & Childcare Center of Mendocino 5,000
InSpirit 10,000
Interfaith Council for the Homeless of Lower Cape Cod 5,000
Interfaith Jail Chaplaincy 2,700
International Church Relief Fund 7,500
Iowa Farm Safety Council 5,000
Jazz in Flight/Kids In Flight 6,650
John Cloud, geographer 2,500
Kid Street Theatre 15,000
Learning Alliance 7,500
Learning Tree 10,000
Lourdes Portillo, filmmaker 10,000
Lower East Side Harm Reduction Center 2,500
Mainstream Foundation 10,000
Make-A-Wish Foundation of New Jersey 10,000
Marin AIDS Project 10,000
Marin Ballet 10,000
Marin Concerned Citizens 10,000
Marin Services for Women 10,000
Marin Waldorf School 17,500
Match Two 10,000
McAuley Water St. Mission 10,000
McKinley Elementary School 5,000
Men’s Resource Center of Western Massachusetts 5,000
Missionary Fellowship/Protestant Chapel 2,700
The Monticello Trio 5,000
Mt. Graham Coalition 5,000
Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church 5,000
MUSE 5,000
Music Now 4,000
Naropa Institute 10,000
National Handicapped Sports 10,000
Native American Community Board 2,500
Navajo Nation Health Foundation 5,000
The Navajo Sheep Project 4,500
Nesenkeag Cooperative Farm 5,000
New York Harm Reduction Educators 5,000
Nicasio School 5,000
Northcoast Environmental Center 10,000
Northeast Organic Farming Association 2,500
Operation Smile International 5,000
Oregon Trail Habitat for Humanity 10,000
Oroville Hospital 15,000
Parent Resource Center of Dade County 5,000
Peace Brigades International 2,500
Peninsula School 10,000
Petaluma Boys & Girls Club 4,000
Peter Gizzi, writer 10,000
Pine Street Inn 10,000
Planet Drum Foundation 2,500
Poetry Flash 5,000
The Potter’s House 10,000
*Prison Bible Studies, Inc. 900
*Prison to Success 900
Protean Forms Collective 2,500
*Protestant Chapel Account 2,700
R. Murray Schafer, composer 10,000
Raices Latin Music Collection 10,000
Randolph A. Porter, music teacher 8,650
Redwood Empire Food Bank 10,000
Rheedlen Centers 10,000
Richard Barrett, composer 2,500
Rights & Wrongs 10,000
Rites of Passage 5,000
Rudy Cipolla Project 10,000
San Anselmo Public Library 5,000
San Anselmo Recreation Department 5,000
San Francisco Christian Center 7,500
San Francisco Contemporary Music Players 3,500
San Francisco Heritage Club 3,000
Sierra Waldorf School 7,500
Silver Springs High School 5,000
Slide Ranch 10,000
South Bronx Coalition for Clean Air 10,000
StandUp Harlem 7,500
Sweet Relief 5,000
Swords To Plowshares 5,000
*Sylvester Donelson, scholarship 3,000
Therapy For A Damaged Planet 10,000
Thurston County Off Campus School 7,500
Tibetan Children’s Village 5,000
Tibetan Nuns Project 5,000
Tricycle, The Buddhist Review 5,000
Trust for Public Land, Tule Elk Park 5,000
Ustad Allarakha Institute 10,000
Utah Phillips, songwriter 10,000
Very Special Arts 10,000
WaveHill 10,000
West Marin Music Festival 5,000
Whale Conservation Institute 10,000
Whitechapel Art Gallery 5,000
Wildlands Project 10,000
William Corbett, writer 10,000
Wolf Recovery Fund 5,000

TOTAL 1994 GRANTS : $ 1,259,100

*At the request of the prisoners themselves, these projects received funding from the proceeds of the San Quentin Choir recording.