PROGRAM AREA

GGS Healthy Living

Pathways to a Bright Future

The GGS Healthy Living program supports organizations that enable youth to thrive and live up to their full potential by building resiliency, promoting healthy coping strategies and positive decision-making, and preventing unhealthy behaviors.

ORGANIZATIONS WE FUND

Those serving  at-promise middle and/or high school students in Marin and San Francisco counties.

PROGRAMS WE FUND

Those which:

  • Work with students facing adversity, particularly those who may be homeless and/or in the foster care system
  • Employ sound youth development and trauma-informed practices
  • Use dedicated curricula in their programming
  • Have leadership and program staff who reflect the communities they serve
  • Focus on anti-bullying, mentoring (peer and adult), personal development and empowerment, mental health, general health, substance use prevention, and/or school gardens

NEW APPLICANTS

HOW TO APPLY

If you have reviewed the application criteria above and would like to apply, please begin the application process.
Our Application Questions can be viewed
here.

GGS HEALTHY LIVING GRANTEES

HOW TO REAPPLY

Grantees who have received funding within the past year and wish to be considered for subsequent grant funding should submit a Final Report as outlined in the grant agreement, and then submit a Returning Grantee Application.

ADDITIONAL

PROGRAM AREAS

WATERSHED RESTORATION

The Watershed Restoration program focuses on restoration and revitalization of key watershed ecosystems within specific geographic areas in California and Oregon.

GGS EARLY LITERACY

The GGS Early Literacy program promotes literacy for children, including acquisition of reading, writing, and comprehension skills, and application of literacy skills to critical thinking and self-expression.

PRE-3 SUPPORT

The Pre-3 Support program focuses on building resiliency among families facing adversity or trauma by helping parents and caregivers cope with toxic stress.