Funders & Partners
For more than two decades, Homebridge has been the sole provider of IHSS contract mode services and workforce training to the City and County of San Francisco's Human Services Agency. For the past several years, Homebridge has also held contracts for case management with the Office on Aging and for workforce training and placement with the Office of Economic and Workforce Development.
Metta Fund is a philanthropic organization whose mission is to improve health in the City and County of San Francisco. Metta Fund provided funds to expand Homebridge Online's personal care giver registry program. Additionally, Metta Fund has provided valuable general operating support.
The Walter & Elise Haas Fund believes in collaborating with partners whose work provides access and opportunity, building a more equitable community. They invest in their Bay Area neighbors because doing so fosters a more just and vibrant society for current and future generations.
The Women's Foundation of California trains and invests in women to become policy advocates and philanthropic leaders who strengthen the economic well being of California's women and their families. As part of the Foundation's Bridge to Living Wage Initiative, a strategic effort to ensure economic security for low-income women and families in California, the Foundation provides funding to Homebridge to improve retention and success for home care providers through a full-time work life success coach counseling position and financial literacy trainings.
The SCAN Foundation is an independent public charity devoted to transforming care for older adults in ways that preserve dignity and encourage independence. We envision a future where high-quality, affordable health care and supports for daily living are delivered on each person's own terms, according to that individual's needs, values, and preferences.
Sutter Health and Homebridge partnered to develop a program of transitional, non-medical care to patients discharged from both the Emergency and in-patient departments of Sutter. Homebridge's Caregivers accompanied these patients from the hospital to their home and provided ongoing follow up care including field based assessments and case management work to stabilize clients' in their homes and reduce readmisisons.
The Northern California Community Loan Fund's mission is to promote economic justice and alleviate poverty by increasing the financial resilience and sustainability of community-based nonprofits and enterprises. The Northern California Community Loan Fund, in partnership with the Urban Solutions, has supported Homebridge through a Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program grant.
Seligman Group develops, acquires, and manages commercial and residential properties throughout the western United States. Their Family Foundation, founded in 1987, is an annual funder of Homebridge.
Homebridge was proud to partner with First Republic Bank during Homebridge for the Holidays, our annual client gift campaign during the holiday season. In 2017, with First Republic Bank’s support, we were able to give nearly 400 individualized gifts that added richness to the lives of Homebridge clients. Found in 1985, First Republic and its subsidiaries offer private banking, private business banking, and private wealth management, including investment, trust, and brokerage services.