WE ARE MORE
JUNTOS SOMOS MÁS
Corazón's Mission Statement
“Our mission is to build a compassionate and just community by empowering and dignifying individuals and families, advocating against injustices, and uniting people to celebrate diversity.”
Corazón Healdsburg works to create a more just and compassionate community for all. Corazón operates a bilingual family resource center and offers family-centered case management, as well as a cradle-to-career approach to education for all ages. We amplify the local Latin-American voice, and host community events, trainings and discussions to promote and celebrate diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Our staff works with hundreds of low-income families from the communities of Healdsburg, Windsor, Cloverdale, and Geyserville. The individuals and families we support are 100% low-income, 95% are Latin American and approximately 75% are monolingual Spanish speakers.
Together we are more!
Corazón Healdsburg's Impact
Everything we do supports our goals of overcoming cycles of poverty for participating families and empowering them to create new relationships—with each other, with the community at large and with local systems and services that are meant to exist for everyone.
Diversity in the Arts Grant
Attention all artists and arts and culture workers! Are you looking for an opportunity to fund your creative project or develop your artistic skills? Look no further than the Diversity in the Arts grant! Whether you’re a craftsperson, writer, media artist, multidisciplinary artist, performer, traditional or folk artist, or visual artist, this grant is for you! With this grant, you’ll have the opportunity to create material objects by hand, write poetry or novels, use digital media, explore multiple artistic disciplines, perform on stage, celebrate your cultural heritage, or express yourself visually.
Applications are open now and close on May 1 for the series of grants, which could be for as much as $10,000 each. The grants are being made possible thanks to a grant from the William + Flora Hewlett Foundation to promote more equitable funding in the arts.