Private Funders

We sincerely thank our private funders for their support. Their contributions enable us to adapt and expand our services to meet the changing needs of our local communities and to strengthen our capacity to provide critical services. We are honored to partner with these foundations and organizations in caring for the children, families and individuals who seek our services to improve their lives.

The Morgan Hill Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) is committed to providing local and national support to AAUW’s mission, promoting equity for women and girls. Community Solutions is grateful to receive funding from the AAUW Morgan Hill Wildflower Fund to support our art therapy program for survivors of domestic violence.


The Community Foundation for San Benito County is dedicated to building a stronger community and enhancing the quality of life in San Benito County through the support of philanthropic activities. Community Solutions is grateful to receive funding to provide services to victims and residents at risk of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.


FIRST 5 of Santa Clara County provides all children ages 0-5 with programs and services that ensure children are born and remain healthy, receive more from their education, and become productive adults. It is their mission to support the healthy development of children ages 0-5 and enrich the lives of their families and communities. We thank FIRST 5 Santa Clara County for their continued partnership as we serve young children and families in our community.


Gilroy Assistance League

The Gilroy Assistance League (GALs) is dedicated to supporting the youth of the Gilroy Community. Community Solutions is grateful for a grant that provides backpacks and school supplies to youth receiving services at our agency.


The Gilroy Foundation provides a way for individuals, families and corporations who share a common commitment to the future prosperity and well-being of the Gilroy community to support its needs in the areas of health, education, recreation, technology, culture and civic services. Community Solutions is grateful for the Foundation’s grant for supplies and equipment essential to the care of our clients.

Hurlbut-Johnson Charitable Trusts

For the past decade, the Hurlbut-Johnson Charitable Trusts has generously supported Community Solutions’ domestic violence shelter and agency operations.





The Monterey Peninsula Foundation enhances the quality of life in Monterey County and surrounding areas by strengthening services, programs and support that contribute to healthy, vibrant communities. The Foundation provides support for Community Solutions to provide better access to culturally-responsive services for victims of crime in San Benito County including survivors of intimate partner abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking.


The Morgan Hill Community Foundation connects donors with local needs for a long-lasting, effective impact on our community. The Foundation provided essential supplies for use by clients of our Family Justice Center, a secure location where victims of family violence can receive multiple services that protect their safety, ease their distress, and put them on the path to recovery.

The Pinpoint Foundation supports nonprofit organizations addressing domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, foster youth, maternal health, and open space preservation. Community Solutions is grateful to receive operating support for its Solutions to Violence services.

Sunlight Giving is dedicated to supporting the basic needs of low-income families with children ages 0-5. The Foundation supports access to food, safe and stable shelter, family support resources and quality health care necessary to sustain healthy families and strong communities.  Community Solutions is grateful to receive operating support for its Solutions to Violence services.


I don’t know where I’d be without the help of Community Solutions. It provides me with stability. It means having support and people who believe in me. [Today] I am going to school. I am respecting myself. I am appreciating myself more.

Melanie, age 19, FSP-TAY Program

I no longer feel alone. I know I have an entire community that is ready to support me if I need it in the future.

Marta, age 40, Solutions to Violence

There's a lot of good things happening here. And I'm living proof of that. Change is possible.

John, age 49, FSP Criminal Justice Services Program

My grandson and my entire family would not have made it through this trying time without you. We were so lost and you helped us through.

Gloria, age 50, FIRST 5