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  • Grantee Profiles
    and Gardens Brochure Dallidet Adobe and Gardens Renovations Devereux Greenhouse Improvements Digital X ray System Digital X Ray System Purchase Eelgrass Recovery Program Emergency Equine Feed Outreach Enhanced Gallery Lighting Ensemble Theatre Company at the New Vic Exhibition Infrastructure Support Faces of Freedom Local Heroes Faces of Freedom Veterans Memorial Sign Feed the Rescued Horses Fog Signal Building Restoration Glosas Recording Grass Exercise Area of the New Student Residence Greenhouse

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Page-2 (2016-05-01)
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    State Park Access Road Hibbit Ranch Conservation Easement Hide House Theater at the Tannery Hillside Lot Acquisition Program Historic Main House Renovation Historic Park Reconstruction Project Hospice Supportive Music Program Interactive Clock Exhibit Installation International Choral Competition Attendees International Musicians Provide Local Performances Jack London State Historic Park Winery Ruins La Jolla Historical Society Laguna Coast Wilderness Nursery Expansion Libbey Bowl Rebuilding Libbey Bowl Site Conservation Library for Every Generation

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    Antonio de Padua Seismic Retrofit Mission Seismic Retrofit and Restoration Molera Discovery Center Renovations Montgomery Woods SNR Land Acquisition Mural Room Restoration New Dog Adoption Kennel New Irrigation System New State of the Art Audio System Notable Excitement 30 Years of Music Nursery Expansion Nutcracker 2012 Live Orchestra Old Mission Parish Hall Garden Renovations Padewerski Youth Piano Competition Parkfield Music Festival Paso Robles Festival of the Arts Pigeon Point Light

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    Wild Pollinators in California Rancho Nipomo Dana Adobe Rancho Nipomo Dana Adobe Reactivation of the Grand Villa Entrance Recovery Tank Medical Equipment Sacred Stones Project Santa Barbara Museum of Art Seismic Retrofitting Save their Feet Shield their Bodies Seed Bank for Growth Seismic Retrofitting and Renovations Shady Dell Property Sharing History with Rios Caledonia Brochures SLO County Guide Dog Veterinary Care Spirit of the Ocean Sculpture Foundation Restoration Spooner Ranch

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  • Grantee Profiles
    Grantees Resources About Us Mission Vision Story Acknowledgements Hind River Ranch Contact Us Apply Now Login Grantee Profiles Summer Opera Camp Sundays Live 2015 Sundays Live Chamber Music Updated Drainage WarBirds Museum Improvements Welcoming Garth and Interpretive Garden Page1 Page2 Page3 Page4 Page5 Page6 Grantee Search Use the options below to limit Search Results Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Area of Funding Ecosystem Conservation

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    Endowment grant allowing DANA to protect and complete restoration of the Dana Adobe making it available for public interpretation The restoration was necessary to prevent future damage from moisture weather and rodents and to prevent potential collapse in the case of an earthquake Noteworthy Outcomes Shared Culture History The grant leveraged DANA s resources to fully restore the kitchen dining room milking room storage room and courtyard which provide important opportunities to showcase the daily lives of women children and workers ensuring this critical example of California s multicultural history will be fully available to the public Capitlized on Cash Flow Since State grants functioned on a reimbursement basis they tied up DANA s limited resources for an extended period of time Hind Foundation s support allowed DANA to continue making full strides to meet deadlines and not risk losing this valuable funding due to cash flow limitations Safety First Prior to restoration the problems were impacting thirty percent of the historical structure The facility is now safe and available for public interpretation Return to Search Area of Funding Historical Landmark Restoration Type of Funding Standard Grant Amount Funded 160 000 Year Funded 2012 Year Completed 2012 About the Organization

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Rancho-Nipomo-Dana-Adobe (2016-05-01)
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    Hind Foundation granted 300 000 to the Santa Maria Valley Humane Society to help complete their dog adoption kennel building This kennel was the final portion of the organization s new much larger adoption center and spay neuter clinic This new facility more than doubles capacity accommodating up to 60 adoptable cats offering 48 indoor outdoor dog adoption kennels and providing two operating tables two prep tables and twice as many animal recovery cages Noteworthy Outcomes Relieve Overcrowding Prior to the completion of this new facility overcrowding in the Santa Maria Animal Center shelter was severe and animals were often euthanized due to lack of space The new ammenities will dramatically increase the number of animals SMVHS will be able to transfer in from the Santa Maria Animal Center to relieve overcrowding No Kill Status The additional kennel space is paramount to saving lives The upgraded infrastructure provides Santa Barbara County with the opportunity to reach no kill status Return to Search Area of Funding Plant Wildlife Restoration Type of Funding Standard Grant Amount Funded 300 000 Year Funded 2014 Year Completed 2014 About the Organization Santa Maria Valley Humane Society 1687 W Stowell Road Santa Maria CA 93458 805

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/New-Dog-Adoption-Kennel (2016-05-01)
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    Preservation of Mission San Antonio De Padua for the state mandated seismic retrofit of Mission San Antonio de Padua The Hind Foundation s grant will be used for the essential first phase of the preservation project including the retrofit of the Mission church west breezeway campanario and north mechanical room This initiative ensures that this landmark an important piece of California s history will continue serving its community effectively and remain an open historical site for future generations to enjoy The earthquake retrofit project is a comprehensive and long range project incorporating additional improvements that are needed to preserve the remaining historic fabric and Americans with Disabilities Act ADA upgrades that are essential to providing a universally safe and accessible environment Noteworthy Results Preserving the Past Preparing for the Future Preserving the Mission benefit the educational historical and archaeological communities as well as the community of visitors that seek the past to help them understand the present and prepare for the future Return to Search Area of Funding Historical Landmark Restoration Type of Funding Standard Grant Amount Funded 500 000 Year Funded 2014 Year Completed 2015 About the Organization Campaign for the Preservation of Mission San Antonio De Padua P

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