Beneficiaries: 2019 Grant Groups
The Faire raises funding for participating local service organizations, called Faire Grant Groups. See this year’s list of Grant Groups and learn more about these great organizations.
By attending the Redwood Mountain Faire you will help these local service organizations:
2019 Grant Groups
Boulder Creek Elementary Parent's Club will ...
•Raise funds to supplement and enhance the student's academic enrichment
•Provide opportunities for social interaction between the students, families, and staff of BCE
•Organize events to accomplish our fund-raising and social interaction goals
•Raise and maintain sufficient funds to fulfill the BCE Parent Club mission
•Act as a forum to raise and facilitate resolution of issues through communication and cooperation
•Work to strengthen our academic community, building on BCE’s and SLVUSD’s strong foundation
Boulder Creek Recreation and Park Foundation helps to enrich and fulfill the lives of the citizens through the provision of facilities and programs that will provide and enhance creative, wholesome and imaginative leisure-time living patterns.
San Lorenzo Valley (SLV) Charter School Booster Club is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that helps promote, support, and improve the diverse programs of The SLVUSD Charter School. We are local families raising funds to sponsor educational enrichment programs to the students of five amazing alternative public education programs at SLVUSD Charter (K-12) school.
The schools use child–led education, helping children find and understand their passions, as well as offer a variety of classes and other educational and social opportunities. The Charter Family Booster Club raises money through local community events like bake sales. Money raised pays for classes in music, athletics, art, ceramics, science, history, dance, photography, funds theater productions, and field trips to museums and community events.
Within our charter are five wonderful local homeschool/in-class programs with the common goal of providing high quality alternative free public education to children. We have lofty goals for helping create the school of our dreams, but that takes funds.
With community support like this festival, we can make those dreams a reality. Our Charter Family Booster Club's mission is simple. We want to help create a school that meets the needs of diverse learners creating well rounded, well-educated individuals for a better future.
Friends of Quail Hollow Ranch is dedicated to improving and preserving Quail Hollow's ecosystem.
Mountain Community Resources is a local family resource center that has been serving the San Lorenzo Valley and Scotts Valley communities since 1982. They offer a network of programs and services designed to help people thrive, and work directly with individuals and families to build a strong community – one person, one family, one neighborhood at a time.
Mountain Community Theatre is Santa Cruz County’s longest continuously running community theater company. MCT is a member-run non-profit organization that derives its support primarily from performance proceeds and charitable donations. The company, formed in 1982 by a collective of actors, puts on live theatrical performances featuring and tailored to people living in the San Lorenzo Valley, Santa Cruz County, and beyond.
Our mission is to provide quality family entertainment; provide a creative outlet for our members, cast and production teams; and mentor & educate the next generation.
Rotary Club of San Lorenzo Valley is a worldwide organization of business, professional and retired persons who are dedicated to fostering world peace and understanding. Its mission is to provide service to others, promote high ethical standards and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace. In the 1980's Rotary International established the goal of abolishing polio by inoculating children throughout the world.
Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center supports and encourages art through education, exhibition and cultural activities.
San Lorenzo Valley Arts, Music, and Drama
San Lorenzo Valley High School Athletics is supporting sports at SLV High School.
San Lorenzo Valley Community Band provides an opportunity for community members to meet on a regular basis to play music; gives concerts in the community for the enjoyment of our members and to entertain Santa Cruz County and San Lorenzo Valley communities. And, to encourage, promote and support instrumental music in the San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District. We strive to perform at each elementary during the school year.
San Lorenzo Valley High School Football is an excellent athletics program under the direction of Coach Dave Poetzinger.
San Lorenzo Valley Museum is committed to preserving and sharing the history of the San Lorenzo Valley.
South Street Centre is a community resource and conscious social networking centre for children and their families to provide community building opportunities for families of the San Lorenzo Valley.
San Lorenzo Valley Emergency Network educates, organizes, and coordinates our community to help prepare for and respond to emergencies, particularly natural disasters and other threats to life and property. Currently in partnership with Felton Fire and Mountain Community Resources to maintain the Felton Area CERT Team.
Tara Home is a home for terminally ill individuals in their last few months of life. Around-the-clock care is provided by a “family” of trained volunteers. Tara Home is located in a cozy cabin nestled in the redwoods at the Land of Medicine Buddha in Soquel, California.
The Valley Women’s Club of the SLV is a 501-c-3 non-profit organization celebrating 40 years of community and environmental support. The Valley Women’s Club is dedicated to community action, awareness and leadership in environmental, educational, social, and political concerns that affect the health and welfare of the San Lorenzo Valley and our community. It recently awarded $3,000 in scholarships to SLV High Graduates who will be attending Cabrillo College in the Fall. It operates the three SLV Redemption/Recycling Centers as a community service under contract with the County of Santa Cruz. The Environmental Committee works to protect the watershed and to educate the public on forestry issues, erosion control, hazardous waste, recycling and other issues. The VWC also monitors government policies and procedures. The Club has almost as many men involved as women. www.valleywomensclub.org