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  • Grantee Profiles
    Project Arboretum Restoration for Rancho La Patera Stow House Arts Education Scholarships for Children Asian Art Galleries Full scale Re installation Atascadero Lake Park Bandstand Atascadero Library Expansion Big Sur Sanctuary Property Acquisition Blue Garden Renovation Blue Whale Interactive Exhibits Blue Whale Skeleton Restoration Botanical Garden Enhancement Bravo SLO Performing Arts Showcase California Lichens Guidebook Carmen A City Wide Arts Collaboration Cemetery Restoration Project at Mission San Antonio de Padua

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees (2016-05-01)
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  • Mission, Vision, And Story
    in their communities for today and for future generations collaborate with others from diverse backgrounds and viewpoints with an open mind and desire to learn from their experiences in order achieve the community s goals and cultural awareness Our Story Before the Hind Foundation came to be our family placed significant value on community volunteering time and resources to organizations that impacted community growth and success Having always been inspired by and passionate about nature history music and visual arts and ecosystems it was in these areas that we tended to focus our efforts Through our involvement in local programs we had the opportunity to meet other individuals dedicated to making a difference in their own local communities We quickly realized that many organizations were unable to make the impact they desired they needed more funding education and or mentorship to truly make a difference In 2006 we founded the Hind Foundation to fund community based projects and programs that encourage people to work together to build an enduring legacy for future generations Since that time we have supported deserving nonprofits by funding their projects and programs and just as importantly by providing education and business resources to guide them

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/About-Us/Mission-Vision-And-Story (2016-05-01)
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  • the Hind Foundation for awarding the Atascadero Friends of the Library organization 100 000 Your generosity is greatly appreciated by our community As a parent with young girls we enjoy frequent visits to our library As much as we enjoy going we very much look forward to the time when there will be more space and resources available at the larger library Thank you most sincerely for contributing to the library fund and for investing in our future Erin McCall Parent Atascadero Library Supporter Just a note to thank you for meeting with Marina and us at the Dana Adobe We were very excited to share our progress of the Adobe s restoration with you and to talk about our future plans for the historical park We appreciate your enthusiasm generosity and support for our project We look forward to talking further with you Dan Helen Co Presidents of DANA On behalf of the entire Civic Ballet board of directors I want to thank you for funding our grant request The funds will help further our dancers training and bring new choreography to the stage Amy Salas Board Member Civil Ballet of San Luis Obispo Grantee Profiles Learn more about

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/About-Us/Acknowledgements (2016-05-01)
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  • Hind River Ranch
    Ranch which provide a rare opportunity for Central Coast and national nonprofit organizations to conduct research and studies on the property The more we understand the opportunities challenges and experiences our grantees face the more we can help them reach their goals Hind River Ranch Programs at Work Seed Collection Program Wildlife Studies Initiative Education Shared Resources Nonprofit organizations involved in seed propagation are utilizing native plants on Hind River Ranch to support the re establishment of native species in the County Nonprofit groups whose interests and initiatives coincide with the wildlife on Hind River Ranch are utilizing the property to further their cause All the statistics gained from Hind River Ranch research is being documented and will be provided to groups who can benefit from this detailed and rare data Hind River Ranch Habitats at a Glance Chaparral Habitat Riparian Habitat Foothill Woodland Habitat Chaparral is a Spanish term that comes from the word chaparro which means small evergreen oak The term chaparral literally translates to the place of scrub oak Chaparral habitats support drought resistant woody shrubs On Hind River Ranch Chamise is the most abundant and widespread shrub species in the chaparral habitat Hind River Ranch harbors

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/About-Us/Hind-River-Ranch (2016-05-01)
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  • Conservation Nonprofit Support Types of Funding Standard Grants Supplemental Grants Continuing Education Grants Funding History Grantees Resources About Us Mission Vision Story Acknowledgements Hind River Ranch Contact Us Apply Now Login Contact Us Name Email Phone Message Security Code Different Image Contact Information Mailing Address Hind Foundation PO Box 13259 San Luis Obispo CA 93406 Phone 805 544 0914 Hind Foundation PO Box 13259 San Luis Obispo CA 93406 805

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Contact-Us (2016-05-01)
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  • Apply Now
    Apply Now Before you begin the application process please review the Areas of Funding and the Types of Funding sections of our website to confirm that your project or program fits within our requirements Once you have determined your project or program is eligible create a new account or log on to begin the application process Grantee Profiles Learn more about some of our grantees Alhecama Theatre Restoration Project Devereux

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Apply-Now (2016-05-01)
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  • Grantee Profiles
    goal was to restore the Alhecama Theatre back to its original purpose as a community hall where performances and rehearsals could take place A historic part of the Plaza de Alhecama in the El Presidio de Santa Barbara State Historic Park the Alhecama Theatre began its major restoration in 2009 including service upgrades exterior repairs and much needed maintenance Essential ADA improvements to the building include an accessible path of travel from designated ADA parking to the building a new accessible entry patio and a new accessible restroom Noteworthy Outcomes Original Form Function The original stage and auditorium were restored by removing the existing stage extension and raked seating to expose the original oak tongue in groove floor the original French doors and sash windows on the east side of the auditorium were restored and returned to working condition A Historic Community Space With the new upgrades the Theatre can accommodate rehearsals for performing arts organizations rehearsing for any of the venues in Santa Barbara including the Granada Theatre Lobero Theatre and Center Stage Theatre The hall is now also available for concerts recitals and celebrations such as wedding receptions Return to Search Area of Funding Music Visual Arts Type

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Alhecama-Theatre-Restoration-Project (2016-05-01)
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  • Grantee Profiles
    Association In 2012 the Hind Foundation granted 17 459 to the Salinan Heritage Preservation Association to restore the 20 000 square foot Salinan Cemetery located at Mission San Antonio de Padua Work included repairing and stabilizing 120 feet of the adobe wall that encloses the Cemetery and producing the 400 authentic adobe bricks needed to rebuild the walls to the existing height of four feet In addition Tribe members built and installed a gate to replace the entry gate In addition the Hind Foundation funded development of a new brochure and new interpretive signage to help engage the public as well as a new docent training program to improve educational outreach at the Mission Noteworthy Outcomes Strengthening Culture In an effort to educate current and future generations about Salinan culture the restoration was completed by Salinan tribal members under the direction of expert adobe brick maker Tim Aguilar The bricks were made using an authentic recipe and materials readily available on site Return to Search Area of Funding Historical Landmark Restoration Type of Funding Standard Grant Amount Funded 17 459 Year Funded 2012 Year Completed 2014 About the Organization Salinan Heritage Preservation Association 7070 Morro Road A Atascadero CA 93422

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Cemetery-Restoration-Project-at-Mission-San-Antonio-de-Padua (2016-05-01)
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