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WAHEO's primary services:

  • 501c3: grant writing, end-to-end capacity building, technical assistance, consultant services (legal compliance, risk assessment, funding strategies, nonprofit outreach and marketing, graphic design, web design)

  • Ring of FYRE: Youth-focused community event collaboratives and community re-engagement event series.

  • Co-working spaces, think tank / incubator for economic development for the nonprofit sector

  • Preferred Partner networking and resource connections

  • Create the Message scholarship program for local residents from marginalized or underserved backgrounds.


Projects provided fiscal sponsorship and/or co-developed by WAHEO:


  • Food is Free Solano (now Food is Free Bay Area) - through fiscal sponsorship by WAHEO, Food is Free Solano was able to access mass food quantities for Solano County, Napa County, and surrounding areas through the USDA Farmers2Families food program, and the Food Banks of Contra Costa, Solano, and Napa Counties, as well as access grant funding from First 5 Solano, Solano Community Foundation, No Kid Hungry, the EPA,  etc., partner with the Solano County Fairgrounds for space for a centralized distribution hub, and qualify as a Cal Nonprofit of the Year recipient for 2022 as recognized by 11th District Assemblywoman, Lori Wilson. Development support of capacity from one city, to countywide, to regional. Technical assistance in grant writing, legal business compliance, risk assessment, etc. FIF now has its own 501c3 designation! 

  • Playing to Learn Childcare - development from 14 children in-home family childcare to 150 children childcare center with a 1 year+ waitlist. PTL was the first to offer childcare on a sliding scale fee in Solano County. Developmental support provided in legal business and licensing compliance, web design, HR, outreach and events, etc.

  • BrandGov "Together Toward Health" - Through fiscal sponsorship by WAHEO, BrandGov was able to carry out grant activities for its Together Toward Health initiative such as facilitating new workforce development opportunities for culturally and linguistically competent Californians most impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic; Enhancing communication, public awareness and health education to increase the adoption of behavioral change that reduces the spread of COVID-19 in California; Supporting targeted efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in vulnerable and/or highly susceptible populations. 

  • SafeQuest Solano -  Implementing innovative, best practices-informed program development, funding and training/certification compliance, risk assessment, etc. Coordinate trauma-informed, victim-centered trainings, meetings, and events for all staff. Arrange, and attend meetings, conferences, events, etc. to connect with community stakeholders, potential sponsors, and take advantage of opportunities to increase awareness of the organization and its services. Multi-million dollar grants management (CDPH, Cal OES, county, state, foundational, private), and expansion of service offerings and quality. 

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