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  • Grantee Profiles
    Notable Excitement a 125 page paperback book describing and celebraing the organization s 30 year history Inspired by the belief that the arts strengthen communities Music at Kohl Mansion presents world class chamber concerts in the historic Kohl Mansion and music education in public schools on the San Francisco Peninsula It is the only such classical series on the upper Peninsula with outreach to the schools and internationally known performers The book captures the history of the series the dedication of staff and volunteers and the importance of the Music at Kohl mission To produce the book interviews were conducted with loyal audience members musicians staff and board members in order to reflect the true excitement and creativity the concerts have generated Noteworthy Outcomes Revenue Opportunity The book has the potential to be sold and shared with subscribers prospective donors individual corporate and foundation as well as other music lovers and those interested in the history of the area Remembering the Past to Move Forward Highlighting the organization s history and discussing its lessons learned will aid in its future vitality and will guide others involved in presenting the arts Return to Search Area of Funding Music Visual Arts Type

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Notable-Excitement-30-Years-of-Music (2016-05-01)
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    to bring live professional entertainment to its day long community wide event entitled the Paso Robles Festival of the Arts This admission free event draws 7 000 8 000 attendees each year significantly boosting the downtown economy on Festival weekend Typically the Festival boasts unique forms of entertainment from stilt walkers and sculptors to orchestral groups and professional sand masters Critical to the event s success these talented performers engage attendees 50 of which are children and families giving participants focal points for attention direction and entertainment Noteworthy Outcomes Open to All The Paso Robles Festival of the Arts is a community arts event that is free to the public giving children families and individuals of all ages the opportunity to enjoy professional entertainment they may not otherwise experience Collaboration for Youth Engagement Various local groups such as SLO Symphony Cambria YMCA the Paso Robles Library Foundation the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art the Paso Robles Art Association the Youth Arts Foundation and many more come together to produce engagement Youth Zone activities Return to Search Area of Funding Music Visual Arts Type of Funding Supplemental Grant Amount Funded 2 500 Year Funded 2014 Year Completed 2014 About the

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Paso-Robles-Festival-of-the-Arts (2016-05-01)
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    In 2009 the Hind Foundation granted 150 000 to the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation SBTHP for the restoration of the El Presidio de Santa Bárbara State Historic Park northwest corner project which consisted of reconstructing a large section of the western and northern defense walls The project enclosed a corner of the Presidio quadrangle associated adobe yard walls and stonework on Canon Perdido Street by reconstructing more than 240 feet of the massive four feet thick and ten feet high Presidio outer defense wall SBTHP is the primary force in the reconstruction and preservation of El Presidio de Santa Bárbara State Historic Park Santa Barbara s 18th century birthplace Noteworthy Outcomes Quadrangle Experience When complete visitors will experience an entire wing of the Presidio quadrangle from corner to corner creating a sense of the size and scale of the original adobe fort marking Santa Barbara s birthplace Return to Search Area of Funding Historical Landmark Restoration Type of Funding Standard Grant Amount Funded 150 000 Year Funded 2009 Year Completed 2010 About the Organization Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation 123 East Canon Perdido Street Santa Barbara CA 93101 805 965 0093 http www sbthp org Founded in

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Historic-Park-Reconstruction-Project (2016-05-01)
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    shaped granite and bronze sign will consist of two large rectangular granite panels measuring 12 feet in length and 5 feet in height Faces of Freedom Veterans Memorial will be engraved in the granite and to one side of the engraving will be a large bronze relief that replicates the original Faces of Freedom statue by sculptor Mark Greenaway Additionally both sides of the sign will be illuminated and it will be flanked by stone pillars that complement the Park s soon to be constructed split rail and stone fencing Noteworthy Outcomes Honoring Our Veterans The Faces of Freedom Memorial dedicated on Veterans Day 2008 is recognized on the Purple Heart Trail which was created as a symbolic and honorary system of roads highways bridges and other monuments across the country that give tribute to the men and women who have been awarded the Purple Heart medal The Purple Heart Trail originates at a monument in Mt Vernon Virginia the burial location of George Washington Return to Search Area of Funding Historical Landmark Restoration Type of Funding Standard Grant Amount Funded 20 000 Year Funded 2011 Year Completed 2011 About the Organization Atascadero Veterans Memorial Foundation Atascadero CA 93422 805

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Faces-of-Freedom-Veterans-Memorial-Sign (2016-05-01)
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    Canadian province Lichens make important contributions to natural ecosystems by providing food and nesting material for wildlife supplying fixed atmospheric nitrogen and preventing soil erosion Additionally they are such sensitive indicators of an ecosystem s health that they are studied by scientists responsible for monitoring air pollution and since lichens level of diversity is highest in undisturbed habitats they are significant identifiers of ecosystems that are necessary to preserve such as old growth forests The only existing field guide to California lichens Lichens of California Hale and Cole University of California Press 1988 is out of date The updated Guidebook will combine accurate information for 400 500 species with striking images and will serve as a tool for the general public scientists and resource managers The book is anticipated to be completed in one year and cost around 70 000 Noteworthy Outcomes Filling a Void Because lichens are important indicators of air quality wildlife and an ecosystem s overall health an updated field guide is essential for an informed management plan The guidebook will serve all those who are interested in the natural landscape and biological diversity of California This includes casual observers nature lovers and also scientists and resource

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/California-Lichens-Guidebook (2016-05-01)
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    Foundation granted 100 000 to the Cayucos Land Conservancy CLC for the acquisition of development rights for 1600 hillside lots directly above Cayucos The lots which originate from a subdivision established in the 1920 s in today s standards are found to be outside the Urban Reserve Line and most are deemed unbuildable by the County due to geological restrictions The CLC plans to preserve the land by including the lots in the existing greenbelt To date the CLC has been able to acquire 175 lots of the 1600 thanks to a Coastal Resource Grant and other private donors and foundations like the Hind Foundation Noteworthy Outcomes Land Acquisitions Since most of the land is undevelopable the CLC has successfully negotiated with many willing landowners The grant funds donated by the Hind Foundation went to the pool of monies used to purchase 175 lots of the 1600 i e 10 of the total lots Return to Search Area of Funding Ecosystem Conservation Type of Funding Standard Grant Amount Funded 100 000 Year Funded 2009 Year Completed 2009 About the Organization Cayucos Land Conservancy P O Box 336 Cayucos CA 93430 805 540 8929 www cayucoslandconservancy org To preserve the coastline

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Hillside-Lot-Acquisition-Program (2016-05-01)
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  • Step 1 Determine Eligibility Be sure you have read the Supplemental Grant Overview and Eligibility Requirements sections outlined above and the Areas of Funding section of our website before submitting an application If you have any questions uncertainties or concerns contact the Hind Foundation Step 2 Create New Account or Log In To begin the application process click the Apply Now button on the right navigation or found throughout the site and Create a New Account or Log In if you already have an account previously Step 3 Complete an Online Application Once you create an account you may begin the online application process providing detailed information about your organization and your project or program You may log in at any time to work on your application If you do not make significant updates to your application for more than four weeks it will be considered inactive and a grant will be denied Once your application is complete the Hind Foundation will begin the evaluation process and will notify you when it is accepted or denied You may log in to your account at any time to check on its status Grantee Profiles Learn more about some of our grantees

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Funding/Types-of-Funding/Supplemental-Grants-Process (2016-05-01)
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    garden landscapes by recreating the naturalistic landscape and gardens that surrounding the Stow House as they existed at Rancho La Patera RLP from 1871 The project addressed the problem of considerable deterioration of flora throughout the gardens safety and accessibility issues for visitors environmental considerations related to water usage and preservation of the gardens for future use and enjoyment by our community The Hind Foundation grant helped fund the finalize phase of the three phase project including rehabilitating and reestablishing driveways recreating and installing historic period benches installing a water conservation irrigation system for the remaining two acres performing significant planting projects and completing cleanup of the property s remaining two acres Noteworthy Outcomes Reintroducing Historical Landscape A new area of the pre 20th century gardens surrounding Stow House are now open for additional use and enjoyment by the public which previously had been inaccessible due to the dense overgrown foliage Education Recreation The restored Arboretum creates additional educational and passive recreation opportunities for visitors Through the use of marked paths botanical labels educational materials and docent led tours visitors learn the historical significance of the property Volunteer Opportunities Additional volunteer opportunities are now available to many residents in the

    Original URL path: http://www.hindfoundation.org/Grantees/Arboretum-Restoration-for-Rancho-La-Patera-Stow-House (2016-05-01)
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