Community Benefit Grant

The City Council of the City of Healdsburg established a Community Benefit Grant Program funded by interest earned on the proceeds from the sale of the former city hall facility. This program was created to provide funding to local non-profit organizations with programs or projects designed to meet and/or enhance community needs.    

The Council is interested in projects that benefit a large cross section of residents, offer a sustainable benefit to Healdsburg and support community participation. Of particular interest are programs and projects that have a direct correlation to resident services and enhancement in the areas of recreation, support services and the environment. A total of $50,000 is available for the 2016 program year.  Individual grant awards typically range from $2,000 to $10,000.   

Congratulations to the 2016 Community Benefit Grant Recipients.


  • Alliance Medical Center
  • H Town Youth Theatre
  • Healdsburg Active 20-30 Club #205
  • Healdsburg Community Nursery School
  • Healdsburg Center for the Arts
  • Healdsburg High School Greyhound Booster Club
  • Healdsburg Performing Arts
  • Healdsburg Shared Ministries
  • Healdsburg Jazz Festival
  • Farm to Pantry
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church
  • Social Advocates for Youth