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Grants Awarded in Fiscal Year 2021-2022

Grants for Non-Profits
For FY 2021-2022, the following grants have been awarded to the following organizations in the amount of $100,000.

Manhattan Beach Community Counseling Center: $10,000
Individual and group mental health counseling for low-income Beach Cities residents.

The Salvation Army Meals on Wheels $45,000
Home delivered meals for home-bound seniors and disabled adults in the Beach Cities.

Manhattan Beach CERT $5,000
Free CPR training for beach cities residents.

Our Village $11,000
Social-emotional support groups for children ages 4-11.

South Bay Children’s Health Center $25,000
Individual and group counseling for students during the summer.

Redondo Beach Rotary Vision to Learn $4,000
Eye exams and prescription eyeglasses for low income students in Redondo Beach Unified School District.


Micro-Enrichment GrantsThe Micro-Enrichment Grant applications for FY21-22 were awarded to five projects in the amount of $24,538.00.Youth Suicide Prevention Taskforce SPA-8 $5,000Creating a user-friendly guide for community members and families in Service Planning Area 8 (SPA-8) to help them navigate existing mental health resources and support them in moving through challenges on the path to obtain care.Indivisible Arts $5,000After School Visual Arts Program to address our current youth mental health crisis and the growing addiction to technology.Torrance – South Bay YMCA $5,000Summer Resiliency & socialization Initiative creating opportunities for 1st – 5th graders to play in an active and social setting, allowing them to gain age-appropriate coping skills among their peers.Mira Costa high School Fitness and Nutrition Class $4,538Using Heart Rate monitors for students to have more moderate and vigorous physical activity and for students to make improvements in their fitness levels.St Andrews Church $5,000Project Joy – Focus on feeding and clothing homeless and food insecure residents of the three Beach Cities.