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Shinnyo-en Foundation Grants

The Shinnyo-en Foundation, a San Francisco-based nonprofit organization that promotes public service and peacemaking, has awarded almost $500,000 in grants to 20 different community organizations and programs throughout the United States. The grants are awarded in recognition of the applicants’ efforts to establish a strong ethic of volunteerism and community building. The recipients include the following:

California: Buena Vista Community Institute, Alameda; The Center for Sustainable Change, Palo Alto; Burlingame Neighborhood Network and Community Wish List, Burlingame; Destiny Arts Center, Oakland; The Diocese of San Jose, San Jose; The Islamic Networks Group, San Jose; Delancy Street Foundation, San Francisco; Pachamama Alliance, San Francisco; Pathways to Peace, Larkspur; Silicon Valley Conference for Community and Justice, San Jose; The Stanford Center for Buddhist Studies, Stanford.
Colorado: Passage Works Institute, Boulder.
Hawaii: The Volunteer Resource Center of Hawaii, Kaneohe.
Minnesota: The National Youth Leadership Council, St. Paul.
New Mexico: The National Indian Youth Leadership Project, Inc., Gallup.
New York: City Year New York, New York City.
Pennsylvania: The Triskeles Foundation, Exton.
Rhode Island: What Kids Can Do, Inc., Providence.
Vermont: The Putney School, Putney.
Washington: The Environmental Science Center Foundation at Seahurst Park, Burien.

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