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Aug. 22, 2022

Oakland A’s Community Fund Provides $250,000 in Grants to Local Organizations
Twenty-two general grants and 10 social justice grants distributed to nonprofit organizations


OAKLAND, Calif. — The Oakland A’s Community Fund has provided $250,000 in grants to local organizations through its 2022 Grant Program presented by Delta Dental. The A’s awarded 22 general grants to local organizations that support the greater Bay Area. In addition to the general grant program, the A’s awarded 10 social justice grants to organizations committed to uplifting the Bay Area through systemic change, advocacy, policy reform, and innovative direct service programs to underserved communities. The A’s will recognize all the recipients before the team’s 6:40 p.m. game versus the Miami Marlins on Tuesday, Aug. 23, at the Coliseum.

The following organizations received a grant through the 2022 Grant Program:

General Grants
Presented by Delta Dental

  • Acta Non-Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project
  • Bay Area Community Services
  • City Slicker Farms
  • College Track
  • Community Kitchens
  • Downtown Streets Team
  • East Bay SPCA
  • East Oakland Youth Development Center
  • George Marks Children’s House
  • Inner Explorer
  • Mindful Life Project
  • Mothers Against Drunk Driving SF Bay Area 
  • Niroga Institute
  • On-Site Dental Care Foundation
  • Reading Partners
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities Bay Area
  • School of Imagination
  • Seneca Family of Agencies
  • Service Opportunities for Seniors
  • Student Programming for Academic and Athletic Transitioning
  • Upward Scholars
  • Youth Radio

Social Justice Grants

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area 
  • Camp Common Ground
  • Centro Legal de la Raza
  • Developing, Organizing, Visioning Everyone, Inc. (DOVE)
  • East Bay Children’s Law Offices
  • Oakstop Alliance
  • The Hidden Genius Project
  • Health Career Connection
  • Urban Ed Academy

The Oakland A’s Community Fund’s annual grant program provides grants to nonprofit organizations. Grants typically range between $2,500 and $10,000 and may also be provided in the form of in-kind contributions. All organizations are encouraged to apply, but priority is given to East Bay organizations who focus on the health and vitality of the local community, educational initiatives and programs, and youth sports support. For more information about the A’s work in the community, visit


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