Tax Filings (Form 990)
501(c)(3) Nonprofit Determination Letter
The FUND's Tax ID # (FEIN) is 77-0070742. To see a copy of our 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Determination Letter
Other Key Documents
The Latest News...
Applications Are Now Available for Youth Making Change 2013-2014
The Fund for Santa Barbara’s Youth Making Change (YMC) program is seeking a diverse group of energetic and opinionated teens to join the 2013-2014 YMC Boards.
Youth Making Change (YMC) is a teen-led grant-making program providing young people with the opportunity to engage directly in organized philanthropy (giving grants). Each YMC Board (one meets in Santa Maria and one meets in Santa Barbara) gives out $15,000 in grants to projects led by youth that impact young people in Santa Barbara County.
Applications Are Due Friday, May 31, 2013
Applications may be downloaded at HERE or picked up at either the Santa Maria or Santa Barbara office of the FUND.
Thank you to co-authors Derrick Feldmann Kari Dunn Saratovsky who joined us for an informal discussion of the Millennial Impact study, their book and more! The Millennial Impact project has been organized annually since 2010.
For a summary of the 2012 report click here.
And thank you all who came to be part of the discussion!
2013 Social Justice Award
CONGRATULATIONS to Revolution ~ directed by Rob Stewart - winner of the 2013 Fund for Santa Barbara Social Justice Award for Documentary Film.
For the fourteenth consecutive year, the Fund for Santa Barbara partnered with the Santa Barbara International Film Festival to recognize documentary films dealing with critical social, economic, political and environmental issues.
November 6, 2012
The FUND doubled its grantmaking between 2008 and 2012.
Downloadable / printable
grants lists are available here:
2012 Northern Santa Barbara County Grants List ($213,045)
2012 Grants List ($524,045)
2011 Grants List ($424,486)
2010 Grants List ($378,740)
2009 Grants List ($295,752)
2008 Grants List ($263,203)
A Quarter Century of
Change not Charity
In celebration of 25 years of social, environmental, economic and political change work, the Fund for Santa Barbara created this 16-minute documentary film...
View it here!
Directed by Geoff Green
Produced by Candace Schermerhorn
Edited by Renee Bergan