We Were Awarded With a Grant!

The Guillermo J. Valenzuela Foundation announced that it has awarded $225,000 to nine community organizations, one of them being Time for Change Foundation, to continue to provide relief during the coronavirus pandemic.

Guillermo J. Valenzuela Foundation gave out the grants several months earlier than in past years to help with the unprecedented events related to the pandemic and calls for racial justice.

“In the midst of these challenging times, it is impressive to see how our grantees are continuing to adapt by adjusting their services in real time to meet the evolving and expanding needs of their clients, patients and students,” Valenzuela said.

 

We Are So Grateful for the Grant from Valenzuela Foundation!

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“We are grateful to the Valenzuela Foundation for trusting our work and providing additional support this year. Some women who have become self-sufficient through our housing program from previous years have lost their jobs due to COVID and have reached out seeking basic support to maintain housing for their families. Receiving this grant early allows us to respond to our clients’ needs in a timely manner.” –Vanessa Perez, director of Time for Change Foundation.

Read more about the story from Fontana Herald News.