The Community Enrichment Fund (CEF) was created to allow the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay Inc. to contribute to the financial needs of community agencies located in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Community Agencies are eligible to apply for and receive a Grant once a year, during JLOEB’s fiscal year, running from June 1st through May 31st. Typically, we try to focus our grant giving to agencies that match our impact area. We are Women Building Better Communities by impacting the lives of women and children.
CEF grants are funded annually by distributions from the Maridel M. Moulton Sustainability Fund. All qualified 501(c)3 agencies in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties are invited to apply for a grant. Submissions are evaluated and selected by members of the Community Programs Council. Semifinalists are subject to both a telephone interview and site visit. The Board of Directors approves the final grant recipients and grant amount awarded.
2020–2021 Grant Applications are OPEN!
Applications are due by January 15, 2021. Please submit your application via email to email@example.com or mail to PO Box 2049, Danville, CA 94526. Click the following link to download the grant application.
2019–2020 GRANT RECIPIENTS
18 Reasons provides 6-week healthy cooking and nutrition classes for low-income parents and families. Classes include healthy cooking practice, nutrition education, and food resource management and budgeting tips. They also offer stipend paid train-the-trainer programs to peer educators who are low-income adult graduates of their Cooking Matters classes.
Love Never Fails helps to holistically meet the needs of survivors of human trafficking. One program includes introducing survivors to the technology field by way of an Introduction to Cybersecurity, Networking and Programming (iCAP) workshops. Grant funds will be used to help Love Never Fails to conduct three iCAP workshops in Oakland.
2015–2016 GRANT RECIPIENTS
BOSS (Building Opportunities for Self Sufficiency)
Village Community Resource Center