Corporate Social Responsibility

Silicon Valley Impact Grant Recipients (FY2016)

Silicon Valley Impact Cash Grants support the unmet needs of people in communities surrounding Cisco's corporate headquarters in San Jose, California. Each grantee is awarded a set amount of $15,000.

The Cisco Foundation is proud to announce our grantees for FY2016:

Education (K-8)

826 Valencia (San Francisco)
Program: After-School Writing Program at Buena Vista Horace Mann

Aim High for High School (San Francisco)
Program: Aim High -- Narrowing the Achievement Gap in the South Bay

Boys and Girls Clubs of the Peninsula (Menlo Park)
Program: STEM Programs for At-Risk Peninsula Youth

Breakthrough Silicon Valley (San Jose)
Program: STEM Connections

California Alliance of African American Educators (San Jose)
Program: Dr. Frank Greene Scholars Program

Dream Catchers, Inc. (Palo Alto)
Program: DreamCatchers After School Program for Low-Income Middle School Students

East Oakland Youth Development Center (Oakland)
Program: After-School Leadership Academy (ASLA)

Girls Incorporated of Alameda County (Oakland)
Program: GIRLStart

Jamestown Community Center, Inc. (San Francisco)
Program: Bridging the Achievement Gap for Low-Income Youth in San Francisco

Literacy Lab (Oakland)
Program: Literacy Lab's Silicon Valley Digital4Literacy Program

O'Neill Sea Odyssey (Santa Cruz)
Program: Silicon Valley Oceanography

Olimpico Learning (San Jose)
Program: Olimpico Learning 2016 STEAM Camps

Reading Partners (Oakland)
Program: One-on-One Literacy Tutoring for Low-Income Students in the Alum Rock Union Elementary School District

Resource Area For Teaching (San Jose)
Program: Middle School NGSS Leadership Alliance

Sacred Heart Community Service (San Jose)
Program: After School Academy and Summer Academy

San Jose Museum of Art Association (San Jose)
Program: Sowing Creativity -- STEM into STEAM

Spark Program, Inc. (San Francisco)
Program: Spark Bay Area STEM Apprenticeships

Springboard Collaborative (San Francisco)
Program: Springboard Collaborative and Lazear

Techbridge Girls (Oakland)
Program: Techbridge: Inspiring Girls in Science, Technology, and Engineering

Third Street Community Center (San Jose)
Program: Inspiring Young Minds

Trust for Hidden Villa (Los Altos Hills)
Program: Supporting Teachers' Adjustment to Educational Transitions with Curriculum and an Engineering Field Day

Women's Audio Mission (San Francisco)
Program: Girls on the Mic -- Creative Technology Training for Middle School Girls

Critical Human Needs (Health)

A Safe Place (Oakland)
Program: Teen Violence Prevention Program

Abode Services (Fremont)
Program: The Children's Program

Adolescent Counseling Services (Redwood City)
Program: Mental Health Access for Youth Initiative

Alum Rock Counseling Center, Inc. (San Jose)
Program: Middle School Mentoring and Support Program

Child Advocates of Silicon Valley (Milpitas)
Program: The Healthy Choices for Foster Children Program

Compass Family Services (San Francisco)
Program: Compass Clinical Services

East Bay Agency for Children (Oakland)
Program: Child Assault Prevention Workshops

Eating Disorders Resource Center (Los Gatos)
Program: Eating Disorder Prevention, Education, and Recovery Support Program

Family and Children Services (Palo Alto)
Program: Teen Families and Schools Together (Teen FAST) Program

Homeless Prenatal Program (San Francisco)
Program: Case Management & Supportive Services

Kara, Inc. (Palo Alto)
Program: Spanish-Language Grief Support, Education, and Crisis Intervention for Underserved Populations

La Casa de las Madres (San Francisco)
Program: Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter & Family Services

LifeMoves (formerly InnVision Shelter Network) (Menlo Park)
Program: Behavioral Health Program

National Alliance on Mental Illness-Santa Clara County (San Jose)
Program: Peer Pals

Positive Resource Center (San Francisco)
Program: Equal Access to Healthcare Program

Prevention Partnership International, PPI (San Jose)
Program: Spanish Translation and Cultural Adaptation of Celebrating Families!

Safe Alternatives to Violent Environments (Fremont)
Program: Family Support and Advocacy

Volunteers in Medicine San Francisco (d.b.a. Clinic by the Bay) (San Francisco)
Program: Chronic Disease Management for Working Uninsured Adults