2013 Quail Roost Foundation Grants

Names of recipients appearing in green are links to that recipient's website.

Sector Recipient
Amount
Purpose of Grant
Administrative: CarbonFund.org
750
Reforestation/Avoided Deforestation Project.
Grassroots.org 750 Capacity Building support for free technologies and resources to nonprofit organizations.
All Creatures: Eagle Nest School's Barn Project 3,000 Support for barn project at Eagle Nest School.
Equine Spirit Sanctuary
3,000
Horse rescue and rehabilitation program offering therapeutic and educational equine experiences.
Horse Protection Association of Florida
3,000
Equine rescue, rehabilitation, education and adoption.
Stirrups 'n Strides
3,000
Enhancing the quality of life for individuals who have physical, mental or emotional challenges through therapeutic horseback riding and driving program.
The Wildlife Center
4,000
Conservation and restoration of native wildlife and their habitats through education, strategic partnerships and responsible rehabilitation.
Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation
1,000
Saving former racing Thoroughbred horses from possible neglect, abuse and slaughter.
Discretionary: Arts Without Boundaries Foundation 1,000 Writing in the Schools program, education enhancement or where needed.
Housing Resources Board 1,000 Affordable housing opportunities in the Bainbridge Island community.
Human Resources Development Center Inc. (HRDA) 500 Restorative justice program in Taos.
Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers of Bainbridge Island 1,000 Trained volunteers assiting the elderly and those in need to maintain their dignity, independence and quality of life.
Mennonnite Central Committee 1,000 Syrian Refugee relief efforts.
Mennonnite Central Committee 8,000 Typhoon Haiyan Relief efforts in the Philippines.
1,000 Educational and cultural programs.
Nina Elizabeth Nilssen Scholarship Fund 1,000 Support for Scholarship program (for the benefit of a music composition student).
Partner for Surgery 2,000 Supporting healthcare needs in rural Guatemala.
Peacock Family Services 1,000 Promoting children's healthy social and emotional development by providing nurturing and enriching care and family support.
Tides Center/The List 500 Support for the successful and safe resettling of Iraqi and Afghan allies.
Tides Center/The List 2,000 Support for The List Project goal of successful and safe resettling of Iraqis who are imperiled due to their affiliation as employees of the United States government and military.
Education Adopt-a-Classroom 2,500 Supporting classrooms in need, particularly those areas hardest hit by the tornado in Henryville, Indiana.
Educational Empowerment 1,000 Charitable organization promoting books, schools, libraries and community enrichment in Southeast Asia.
Horse Tales Literacy Project 1,000 Support for children's reading program in Marion County, Florida. (Formerly Black Stallion Literacy Project).
Institute for Peace Studies
7,000
Educational programs promoting peace.
Islandwood 2,500 Support for Island Wood graduate program in Education Environment and Community.
Kateri Education Fund 4,000 Providing education and vocational training opportunities for Guatemalan women and girls.
ShuariHands, Inc. 2,000 Improving the medical and educational infrastructure for populations in need in developing countries.
Emergency & Contingency American Refugee Committee 5,000 Support for ARC's refugee relief efforts in Darfur, Sudan.
African Dream Initiative 2,000 Educational leadership initiative for abandoned children affected by AIDS, war, and poverty in Uganda.
Mennonnite Central Committee 5,000 Refugee relief in Syria.
Mennonnite Central Committee 2,000 Typhoon Haiyan Relief efforts in the Philippines.
Not Forgotten Outreach 3,000 Coordinating veterans services and supporting therapeutic activities for veterans.
Mercy Corps 5,000 Syrian Refugee relief efforts.
Health Burma Humanitarian Mission 3,000 Providing trauma care and long-term healthcare to Karen and other ethnic groups in Burma.
Friends of the Casa Materna 3,000 Support for Follow-up Program of Casa Materna in Matagalpa, Nicaragua.
Prevention International: No Cervical Cancer 3,000 Materials and equipment for certified health clinic.
Northern New Mexico Birth Center 3,000 Financial assistance to clients in need.
Prosthetics Outreach Foundation 2,000 Restoring mobility to the disabled.
Home Community: Bridges Project for Education 4,000 Comprehensive college and financial aid counseling, focusing on students who are the first-generation in their families to pursue higher education.
Community Against Violence
2,000
Individual and group counseling for children impacted by domestic violence.
DreamTree Project
1,000
Community-based organization for homeless, abused, and neglected youth.
El Pueblito Methodist Church 3,000 Providing food and other necessities to people in need in Taos County.
Harwood Museum of Art
2,000
Neighborhood Art Project: education outreach program bringing quality art activities into Taos’ low-income neighborhoods.
Localogy 2,000 Sangre de Cristo youth ranch camp.
Four Corners Animal League
1,500
Addressing the needs of domestic, agricultural and wild animals, and offers care, adoption and spay/neutering
Rivers and Birds
3,000
Funding for one 5th grade class to have the benefit of Rivers and Birds' entire water curriculum.
Youth HeartLine
1,500
Counseling and legal services for abused children.
Justice: Creativity for Peace
5,000
Promoting peace by nurturing young Israeli and Palestinian female leaders and peacemakers at Peace Camp in New Mexico.
Hand in Hand
5,000
Enhancing reconciliation, equality, partnership and coexistence between Arab and Jewish children, their families and communities through a network of integrated, bilingual schools for Jewish and Arab children.
Human Resources Development Center Inc. (HRDA) 2,500 Restorative justice program in Taos.
T'ruah (formerly Rabbis for Human Rights North America) 5,000 Human rights advocacy.
The Tides Center - The List Project 2,500 Program offering pro bono legal assistance from attorneys at top law firms with the goal of safely resettling Iraqi and Afghan allies (former U.S. government employees and affiliates).
Scholarship: Florida Thoroughbred Charities 12,000 Scholarship support for "non-traditional" students.
UNM Taos 12,000 Scholarship support for "non-traditional" students attending UNM-Taos.
Sustainability: Conservation Trust for Florida
3,000
"Protecting Horse Country" program.
Northern Plains Resource Council 5,000 Protection and conservation of Montana’s quality natural resources, and the character and viability of family-based agriculture.
Sustainable Berea
2,000
Supporting the continued development of a sustainable community by contributing toward a paid staff member.
Western Lands Project
5,000
Advocacy and education to keep public lands public.

Total Grants: $173,500

Burma Humanitarian Mission
American Refugee Committee

Providing trauma care and long-term health care
Clinic in Kalma Camp in Darfur

"The Burma army has attacked my people, the Kachin. The Burma army fights us for our land. When they do not have food, they steal food. My people has many problems and diseases. There's no health care for the community. We provide that for them. I treat people with Diarrha, malaria and pneumonia. I am going to be a medic for a long time. I want to continue to help my people." Ja Bawu, Backpack Medic.

"In this [emergency medical] shelter [at Kalma Camp in Darfur], families will have access to prenatal care for pregnant mothers, immunizations for kids, and other vital, lifesaving services. Thank you again to Quail Roost in responding for displaced families in Darfur. Your support was critical." Chris Kindler, American Refugee Committee

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