California Giant of Watsonville is advancing its zero waste certification objective after making a particular supply to a college in Salinas final week.
The California Giant workforce loaded autos with workplace provides that had been not in use or wanted and donated them to Creekside Elementary School in Salinas to assist help the varsity wants moderately than sending greater than 400 kilos of products to the landfill.
The listing of things included ground mats, file folders, workplace chairs, and various electronics. The varsity had simply put in new carpet, so the workplace ground mats had been on the checklist of the numerous objects they have been planning to buy.
The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter not too long ago released by the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk with adopted dogs Lacey and Sampson to thank Boardwalk staff for voting to donate $5,000 to the group.
The Boardwalk’s $5,000 donation was coordinated by the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter Basis.
Kaiser Permanente Santa Cruz County has organized for two grants totaling $500,000 for Dientes Community Dental Care and Santa Cruz Community Health Centers to assemble two new buildings within the Live Oak space.
The two two-story buildings will complete 29,000 sq. ft and improve entry for these uninsured and underinsured in want of well being and dental care.
Kaiser Permanente was among the many first to help the venture, and the $500,000 is the most important grant from Kaiser Permanente since opening in Santa Cruz County in January 2017.
The Central California Alliance for Health, the Medi-Cal managed well-being care plan serving greater than 330,000 residents in Santa Cruz, Monterey and Merced counties, lately received the Outstanding Performance award within the Medium Scale Plan class for delivering excessive-high quality care to its Medi-Cal members.
The award was introduced by the California Division of Well being Care Companies, Managed Care Quality and Monitoring Division, on the DHCS annual Quality Conference, which was later held in Sacramento.
Live Oak School District introduced Dec. 19 that it has been granted a $25,000 grant from the U.S. Soccer Basis, whose packages function the nationwide mannequin for sports activities-primarily based youth improvement in underserved communities.
This grant is meant to fund the lighting on the Shoreline Middle School soccer field. Reside Oak School District was considered one of nine organizations to obtain grants.