“We know that business continuity is critical for non-profits throughout Mendocino County,” Jennifer Gray Thompson, Executive Director of Rebuild Northbay Foundation tells me. “We are in unprecedented times, and organizations and businesses of all sizes are exploring ways to ensure their important services continue to be available. That is why we are providing funds to The Community Foundation of Mendocino County to support non-profits in Mendocino Also, County with Zoom subscriptions.”
Zoom, now a household name, is a web-based video conferencing platform that allows organizations to continue providing services with both internally- and externally-facing meetings. This communication tool allows non-profits critical business continuity opportunities. From face-to-face meetings with clients to staff or board meetings, Zoom can bring together everyone on your team so you can focus on the work ahead.
Through our partnership with Rebuild Northbay Foundation, Mendocino County organizations can now receive a grant to cover the cost of a one-year subscription.
During the COVID-19 crisis The Community Foundation is focused on connecting individuals, families, and non-profit organizations in Mendocino County with much needed resources. Our COVID-19 Relief Fund has granted $165,000 to date for food relief and immediate assistance. This funding from Rebuild Northbay Foundation will allow us to provide up to $5,000 in funding for Zoom subscriptions for use during the COVID-19 crisis.
To apply for a Zoom subscription grant, organizations should visit:
Grants are available on a first-come, first-serve basis to eligible non-profit organizations in Mendocino County.
To learn more about The Community Foundation of Mendocino County’s COVID-19 Relief Fund, or to make a contribution, visit: