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 The 2022 COVID-19 Emergency Response Grant cycle will open on or about July 1, 2022.

Qualified 501(c)(3) charitable and faith-based organizations serving Solano residents are eligible to apply.  Our nonprofit partners (as second responders) continue serving families and indiviuals who have been severely impacted due to illness, business closures, and loss of income.

As the coronavirus and ensuing economic fallout have ravaged our country, we’ve seen firsthand how this crisis heightens social and systemic inequalities.  Structural racism, disparities in the labor market, and differences in citizenship status contribute to how this pandemic has impacted our communities.   


These COVID-19 Emergency Response Grants will support Nonprofit partners as "second responders" who provide essential health care services and protect at-risk populations during a crisis. Eligible organizations are those currently providing emergency support services (basic needs, e.g., food, rent and utilities payments, and direct financial support) to vulnerable and marginalized individuals and families impacted by COVID-19 in Solano County. 

        Direct Basic Needs Support. SCF’s first priority is to provide funding to help low-income children and families, adults, and older adults struggling to secure basic needs (i.e., food, shelter, financial assistance, medicine) due to the hardship causedby COVID-19. Grantees will use these funds to support individuals and families ingreatest need.

        Nonprofit Operating Support.  SCF will also fund charitable organizations to helpthem continue operating and delivering services. Grantees will use these funds to address the hardships caused by COVID-19 (i.e., payroll, rent, I.T. support, general operating expenses).


Organizations in search of COVID-19 Emergency Response funding should first read the eligibility and application instructions.  Download and save the blank application--this will allow you to sign the request digitally.  


For all grantees who received a SCIF grant in 2020, your Final Grantee Report is past due.  For grants awarded in 2021, your final report is due on or before April 30, 2022.  Use the link below to download, complete and return the fill-in-the-blank report form below to

            SCF COVID-19 Emergency Funding Grantee Final Report 

SCF is forever grateful to all of our donors who have made contributions to our Solano Community Impact Fund. We are especially honored and thankful for the the generous funding and leadership received from Silicon Valley Community Foundation.  We also received funding support from the League of California Community Foundations (made possible by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) for our grantmaking efforts.  Because of donor generosity SCF is able to continue providing COVID-19 funding support for Solano communities in 2022. 


Solano County - COVID-19 Updates and Resources

California - COVID-19 homepage     FAQ

United States (CDC) - COVID-19 homepage     FAQ 



The Solano Community Impact Fund was originally created to further SCF’s mission to support and cultivate sustainable and long-term resilient communities in Solano County.  Emergency response grantmaking efforts from this fund will focus on vulnerable and under-served populations (e.g., seniors, homeless, unemployed, marginalized) during times of crisis. 


Mar 13, 2020

Interest Area

Community Development & Recovery