Since 1996, Safe Passage has given hope and enhanced the life stories
for thousands of local children, youth, and families through an array of services.
We are committed to working hard to raise the funds we need, spend wisely,
and to provide transparent financial records.
How do we use those funds?
We offer a variety of programs and classes, and we assist families with many different issues related to housing, health, and parenting.
Most of our classes are free, and we provide childcare at no charge to the parents and caregivers who attend.
We do our best to help everyone who comes to us, regardless of income level.
County Contracts (56%)
School District (12%)
Foundation Grants (8%)
State Contracts (10%)
Pass-through Support for
Needy Families (8%)
DURING THE 2019/2020 FISCAL YEAR, FUNDING COMES FROM:
We are grateful for the support provided by our funding and community partners.
Click on their links below to learn more about them
James G. Cummings Foundation
Ray Solem Foundation
Coastal Adult School
Mendocino Coast Assoc for the Education of Young Children
Presbyterian Church of Fort Bragg
Rotary Club of Fort Bragg
Trinity Lutheran Church
Partner with Us!!
Find out more about how your business or organization can support the Safe Passage Family Resource Center through event sponsorship, volunteering,
grant making, contributions and providing pro bono professional services.
Meaningful partnerships are vital to the sustainability of organizations like Safe Passage. We value the depth of knowledge, experience and ongoing learning that community alliances bring. We look forward to collaboration and finding innovative ways to address the complex social challenges that our coastal communities face.
We seek to partner with companies and organizations who:
Share our vision of a transformed community.
Commit to journeying with us and our clients for the long-term.
Intentional about understanding the needs in rural community.
Desire to engage with and make a difference in the local community.
Understand the importance of capacity building in the nonprofit sector.