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Grants

Tam Pacific makes direct grants to other organizations that develop and provide affordable housing. Grants are based on an experienced applicant organization's assessment of the environmental, physical, communal, social needs and feasibility plans necessary to acquire and develop sites; the ability to construct and rehabilitate housing; and the ability to provide related social services for lower- and moderate-income families, elderly people, and people with disabilities. Applicants request and submit a Grant Application Form, which specifies the plans, resources, time-lines, regulatory approvals and other monetary commitments. Grant Applications are presented at quarterly meetings of the full Board of Trustees. Several grants are awarded each year.

Since inception, Tam Pacific has awarded and funded over forty grants, totaling over $3,000,000. Grantees and projects supported include:

  • Homeward Bound: OMA Village, 14 family units, and Next Key two-year transitional housing, Novato.

  • Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco: 10 units in Novato.

  • EAH, Inc.: Point Reyes Housing, construction of 27 apartments and 3 houses I Point Reyes; San Clemente—44 apartments in Corte Madera; and Drake’s Way—29 apartments in Larkspur.

  • Bridge Housing: construction of Fairfax Apartments and Belvedere Apartments in San Rafael.

  • Eden Housing, Inc.: The Fireside Apartments—55 units in Mill Valley. Grants and a repaid short-term loan for the Warner Creek Senior Apartments—61 units in Novato.

  • CLAM: contribution to purchase of an existing four-unit apartment building, Mesa Apartments in Point Reyes.

  • Buckelew Programs: Drake house and Avanti House repair, crisis housing and repair of group homes for the mentally ill.