Our Tithing Recipients

We use most of our offertory collection to support local and global organizations which support the poor, homeless, and needy.  Since 2009 we have donated to the those listed below.  Click on those underlined to learn more about them.

  • Children's Village of Santa Rosa,

  • White Earth Land Recovery Project,

  • Friends of Sabeel (Bay Area)

  • Pennies for Peace (Schools in Afghanistan),

  • Non-Violent Communication (Bay Area),

  • What If? Foundation (Haiti),

  • Little Sisters of St. Therese (Haiti),

  • Bethlehem University,

  • Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN),

  • Middle East Children's Alliance (MECA),

  • Peace and Justice Center of Sonoma County,

  • Redwood Empire Food Bank,

  • Disability Services and Legal Center for Sonoma, Napa, Lake and Mendocino Counties,

  • Starcross Monastic Community,

  • All of Us or None Bay Area,

  • Catholic Institute for Lasallian Social Action, SOA Watch,

  • Albergue Jesus el Buen Pastor Shelter,

  • Daily Acts of Sonoma County,

  • Pilgrims of Ibillin,

  • Sonoma Overnight Support,

  • Kenya Catholic Justice and Peace Commission,

  • Alternatives to Violence Project,

  • COTS (Committee on the Shelterless),

  • Capuchin Mission Panama,

  • Taller San Jose,

  • Worth Our Weight,

  • North Bay Organizing Project,

  • Living Water Center/Bangkok,

  • Restoration House (Sacramento),

  • Community Aqueduct Project of Vallecito, Panama,

  • Redwood Adventure Camp,

  • Food for Thought (Sonoma County Aids Food Bank),

  • SPLC- Southern Poverty Law Center,

  • Meeting Point International in Kireka, Uganda,

  • Notre Dame de Namur University in its First Generational University Scholarship Program,

  • Ongoing Support of SOS (Sonoma Overnight Support),

  • Eudist Servants of the Eleventh Hour (Tijuana),

  • Catholic Worker,

  • Therapy Works: Healing Beyond Survival,

  • Camp ReCreation (Sacramento),

  • Bethany: A Transition Home for Homeless Women,

  • Auburn U. Audiology Outreach in Guatemala and

  • Our sister community in El Salvador - Pueblo de Dios.

  • Get on the Bus

  • Brown Bag Lunch Program

  • Network

  • Water Partners International

  • Just Faith

  • North Bay Institute of Green Technology

  • FINCA International

  • SOA Watch

  • Friends of Cantera for Nicaragua

  • ANERA (American Near East Refugee Aid)

  • Global Belief Project

  • SVCHC (Sonoma Valley Community Health Center) Capital Campaign

  • ESNA (El Salvador North America) – Solar Lights

  • Maryknoll Sisters – HIV AIDS program (Sr. Mary Grenough’s Burma Account)

  • CATS Program for Autism

  • ESNA Village Network – separate from Solar Lights

  • North Bay Organizing Project

  • South Sudan Eye Project

  • Valley of the Moon Children’s Foundation

  • Social Advocates for Youth (SAY)

  • Nepal SEEDS

  • National Women’s History Project

  • Friends of Cantera (visiting spokesperson)

  • Mentor Me

  • Maryknoll Society (Nepal)

  • VOICES

  • The Living Room

  • Starcross Monastery (in honor of Sister Marti)

  • ARTescape

  • Forget Me Not Farm

  • Centro Arte para la z in Suchitoto, El Salvador

  • Topu Honis Children's Home, East Timor