Our funders

About Our Funders

OFPC is predominantly grant-funded. Support from our funders helps us achieve our key goals:

    • Ensure food security
    • Advance public health
    • Ignite equitable community economic development
    • Protect our natural resources; and
    • Benefit and respect those that grow, produce, make, and consume food.

Although some of our funding comes from individuals, the vast majority of our funding is generously provided by the institutions below.

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The mission of the Alameda County Public Health Department is to work in partnership with the community to ensure the optimal health and well being of all people through a dynamic and responsive process respecting the diversity of the community and challenging us to provide for present and future generations.

 

 

 

HellerLogoThe mission of the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation is to protect and improve the quality of life through support of programs in the environment, human health, education and the arts.
 
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Clif Bar Family Foundation supports innovative small and mid-sized groups working to strengthen our food system and our communities, enhance public health, and safeguard our environment and natural resources.
 
 

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Kaiser Permanente’s mission is to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve.

 

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The Rose Foundation believes in the power of informed community involvement. We support grassroots initiatives to inspire community action to protect the environment, consumers and public health.

 

 

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The San Francisco Foundation mobilizes resources and acts as a catalyst for change to build strong communities, foster civic leadership, and promote philanthropy.

 

 

 

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The Y & H Soda Foundation supports nonprofit and Catholic organizations committed to the well-being of the underserved in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.