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.
HCBF Staff and Kat Janowicz of 3COTECH Inc. will be sharing more information about the AQMF program objectives, eligibility criteria, and application submittal process. We will also have an interactive question and answer session after the main presentation. Following the webinar, be sure to check the AQMF webpage for the presentation slides, additional FAQs, and […]
The Harbor Community Benefit Foundation (HCBF) is gearing up to release the RFP for the Air Quality Mitigation Program. HCBF plans to award $5 million for technology demonstration projects to reduce port-related air emissions in the San Pedro Bay Area. With technical support from Kat Janowicz of 3COTECH Inc., HCBF will be conducting outreach to eligible applicants and answer […]
HCBF’s Round 6 of Community Benefit Grants awards $644,794 to organizations serving the communities of San Pedro and Wilmington. The Board of Harbor Commissioner’s approved the 10 grants for Round 6. The following is a list of the 10 organizations that HCBF is proud to support in Round 6: Broad Avenue Elementary School: This grant will fund two projects […]