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Giant Community Fund

San Francisco, CA • The Giants Community Fund collaborates with the San Francisco Giants by using baseball as a forum to encourage underserved youth and their families to live healthy, productive lives.

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Giant Community Fund

Introduction

Giant Community Fund is a foundation public foundation. With $4.2m in revenue and 138 employees, it is a mid-sized organization. Founded in 1994, Giant Community Fund is headquartered in San Francisco, CA. In recent tax filings, the organization reported expenses of $4.1m.

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Giant Community Fund

$4.1m

Annual Budget
2017
Program Spend
65%
Fundraising Spend
24%
Management Spend
10%
Founded
1994
EIN
94-3200061
Headquarters
San Francisco, CA
# Employees
138
# Volunteers
5422
IRS Filings
Other Ratings
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Mission and Work

Mission

The giants community fund collaborates with the San Francisco giants by using baseball as a forum to encourage underserved youth and their families to live healthy, productive lives. The fund supports junior giants leagues throughout northern California, Nevada and Oregon and provides assistance to targeted community initiatives in the areas of education, health and violence prevention.

Program 1

$1.7m annual program spend • The junior giants program was established in 1994 as the fund's flagship program and currently serves over 25,000 boys and girls, ages 5 to 18 in more than 87 communities that span across northern California, Oregon, and Nevada. The program relies on over 5,000 volunteers and staff members to run the non-competitive leagues. The fund provides all of the uniforms, equipment, and training necessary to run a league as well as tickets to select San Francisco giants games for the youth to experience major league baseball. The program focuses on the four bases of character development - confidence, integrity, leadership and teamwork.

Program 2

$177k annual program spend • The fund recognizes the important role that education plays in the lives of youth and offers numerous programs that reach out to students, teachers, and educational organizations. Programs include the harmon and sue burns scholars for college scholarships to eighth-graders participating in the junior giants program, the round the bases Reading program, and education day at at&t park. The fund also provides grants to educational nonprofit organizations.

Program 3

$177k annual program spend • The fund has created a number of programs to address the violence prevention needs in the junior giants communities. These programs provide a forum for participants to discuss methods of preventing violence in their neighborhoods. The fund also partners with local organizations to host the annual strike out violence day at at&t park, the proceeds of which are used to benefit organizations offering support services for those affected by family violence.

Where their money goes

Grants made

These are some of the grants Giant Community Fund has made in recent years to other charities.

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Friends of the San Benito County Free Library

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2 grant(s) totaling $18k

Nonprofit

Community Matters

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1 grant(s) totaling $10k

Foundation

Until Theres a Cure Foundation

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3 grant(s) totaling $61k

Foundation

The v Foundation

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1 grant(s) totaling $32k

Nonprofit

La Casa De Las Madres

San Francisco, CADomestic Violence Support and Prevention. Shelter for women and children. Keeping San Francisco safe since 1976.
3 grant(s) totaling $72k

Nonprofit

Kid Power, Inc

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1 grant(s) totaling $10k

Nonprofit

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Donor Network West

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3 grant(s) totaling $30k

Nonprofit

Urban Ed Academy

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1 grant(s) totaling $10k

Nonprofit

Good Tidings Found'n

Burlingame, CAGood Tidings Found'n is a nonprofit focused on gift distribution. With $1.7m in revenue and 4 employees, it is a mid-sized organization.
1 grant(s) totaling $20k

Nonprofit

Cancer Support Community San Francisco Bay Area

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3 grant(s) totaling $28k

Nonprofit

Homeless Prenatal Program

San Francisco, CAHPP is a family resource center that serves 3,500 families annually. Our misison is: In partnership with our families, break the cycle of childhood poverty.
3 grant(s) totaling $51k

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