Greetings!

2019 is coming to an end, and so we take a moment to reflect on another year gone by. We have met some fabulous new organizations, like Zumix, Inc. in East Boston (pictured above). We have also reconnected with organizations that Milagro Foundation has partnered with for many years. It is impressive to see the steady growth, from small grass roots agencies to well established institutions. Each of these organizations are led by incredibly dedicated and inspiring people. It is these community leaders and changers that are doing the important work necessary to make a difference in the lives of underserved children. This year the Milagro Foundation granted over $500,000 to non profits working with children in the areas of health, education and the arts. Of that funding, $40,000 supported victims of two natural disasters, the wildfires in Northern California and the people of the Bahamas affected by Storm Dorian. Some of Milagro's 2019 grantees are featured here. Learn more about them by clicking on the images.

On behalf of Carlos Santana and the Milagro Foundation we wish everyone the happiest holiday season and a bright new year.
World Central Kitchen
The Bahamas
When disaster strikes, WCK’s Chef Relief Team steps out of the kitchen and on to the front lines to provide meals to those in need.

Larkin Street Youth Services
San Francisco, California
Larkin Street Youth Services has given more than 75,000 young people a safe place to rebuild their lives. It provides housing, education and employment training, and health and wellness supports to help young people get off the street for good.
10,000 Degrees
Marin County,
California
California’s leading college success nonprofit, 10,000 Degrees® helps students from low-income backgrounds get to and through college.

Safe Nest
Las Vegas
Safe Nest is committed to ending domestic violence in Clark County Las Vegas.


Project 150
Las Vegas, NV
Project 150 provides support and services to homeless, displaced, and disadvantaged high school students so they can remain in school, graduate, and build a bright future.

Conscious Kitchen
Marin City, CA
The goal of Conscious Kitchen is to address food equity, education, and access by shifting the paradigm around school food service, while cultivating a local, ecological food system, and building nutrition literacy into school meals.

Shelley Brown
Ruthie Moutafian
415.460.9939