The Brian M. Stocker Fund was established at the Community Foundation of San Joaquin through a generous legacy gift from the Brian M. Stocker Estate. The Fund aims to support recreational and wellness programs, and promote healthy living for youth and children in San Joaquin County.

Participation to submit grant proposals is by Invitation Only.

2018 Grantees

Aspire Public Schools – $20,000

 

 

 

To provide greater recreational opportunities for students from South Stockton by promoting the game of soccer through the renovation of Port City Academy’s soccer field into a dual-use field.

Positive Coaching Alliance – $20,000

 

 

 

To support teaching positive coaching strategies to improve coaching in youth sports throughout San Joaquin County.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Tracy – $20,000

 

 

 

 

To support a comprehensive health and wellness program whose focus is on promoting healthy eating habits and physical activity for the youth in the City of Tracy.

The First Tee of San Joaquin – $20,000

 

 

 

 

 

To promote the game of youth golf through a partnership between the Housing Authority of San Joaquin, One.TLC School for the Homeless, and The Children’s Home of Stockton.

Special Olympics Northern California – $10,000

 

 

 

To provide greater recreational opportunities for students with disabilities through the expansion of school partnerships with Stockton Unified School District.

Lodi Junior Giants – $10,000

 

 

 

 

 

To promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles for diverse communities in the City of Lodi, by providing capital improvements to support the game of junior baseball.

Stockton Rowing Club – $5,000

 

 

 

To support the Junior Program Revitalization Project that will provide greater access to opportunities for youth to learn the skill of rowing.

Lodi Boosters of Boys and Girls Sports – $5,000

 

 

To provide scholarships to underserved youth in the Lodi community to engage in youth sports and provide mentoring services.

Delta Health Care and Management Services – $5,000

 

 

 

To support a comprehensive breastfeeding and quality lactation care program for low-income women and their infants.