Healdsburg AAUW 2017-2018 Year in Review

Membership: Over 200

Community Services

  • Reading Rocks: volunteers meet weekly with first graders at Healdsburg Elementary School and Westside School and with first and second graders
    at Healdsburg Charter School
  • Tech Trek: nine junior high girls selected to attend week long camp at Stanford University
  • GEMS (Girls Engaged in Math and Science): field trips and programs for junior and senior high school girls to see women using STEM education at work
  • Future Prep: Career Choices and Life Skills: programs offered at Cloverdale High School
  • Speech Trek: Third year that Branch has enabled high school students from Cloverdale, Geyserville, Healdsburg, and Windsor to compete in AAUW California contest
  • Healdsburg AAUW Forum: 5 six-week lifelong learning courses at the Raven Theater for adults in the community.

2017-2018 Source of Funds (Funds Pie Chart)

  • $52,000 – 28th Annual Healdsburg Homes Tour
  • $29,000 – Healdsburg AAUW Forum
  • $11,000 – Donations not including Homes Tour Supporters
  • $250,000 Al Garren Fund (restricted funds)
  • Tech Trek directly funded by generous donors

Scholarships and Grants Total: $85,000.00 (Scholarship/Grants Pie Chart)

  • $28,000.00 – Santa Rosa JC reentry women continuing on to a four-year college
  • $27,000.00* – Scholarships for local female high school graduates attending a 4-year college (Healdsburg, Cloverdale, Windsor & Geyserville High Schools)
  • $11,000.00 Healdsburg Education Foundation
  • $ 7,950.00 – Teck Trek – summer STEM camp for girls at Stanford
  • $ 6,000.00 – AAUW FUNDS (advancing AAUW’s National mission & programs)
  • $ 5,000.00 – North Bay Children’s Center
  • $ 4,110 – Community Programs (Expanding Your Horizons, Science Fair, Reading Rocks, Speech Trek, Corazon, Healdsburg Museum

*Scholarships are allocated in the fiscal year ending on June 30th, but are awarded in September upon proof of enrollment at a four-year college