The Port Wildlife Impact Mitigation Project As a Community Benefit Round 6 grant recipient, International Bird Rescue (IBR) was awarded funds to explore and mitigate issues affecting wildlife in and around the Port of Los Angeles. As part of the Port Wildlife Impact Mitigation Project, analysis was conducted using historical information from International Bird Rescue, […]
In April 2018, HCBF hosted a community workshop to share findings from the Harbor Community Off-Port Land Use Study conducted by Raimi + Associates. Beth Altshuler of Raimi + Associates facilitated the workshop with introductions by Meghan Reese and the former HCBF Board Chair David Sloane. Spanish interpretation was conducted by Rocio Pacheco and a […]
Here’s what Gisele has to say! Right now, I’m most excited about HCBF’s Air Quality Mitigation Fund which means approximately $5 million for projects to reduce port-related air emissions in the San Pedro Bay area. And we have a special emphasis on zero-emissions technologies. While there is still a high priority to support projects that address, clean […]
Harbor Community Benefit Foundation (HCBF) is committed to benefiting the communities of San Pedro and Wilmington by providing grant funding to organizations that address the impacts of Port operations and improve the quality of life in these communities. HCBF’s 70+ grantees have executed outstanding projects and programs throughout our 7 years of existence; these have […]
On September 18th, HCBF hosted a webinar to share information about the AQMF application process and answer any potential questions from interested applicants. The presentation slides from the webinar are now available on the AQMF webpage. You can also access the presentation slides and supplemental notes using the links below.