Supporting Children’s Success

We support programs that improve quality of life for our most vulnerable fellow citizens; placing special emphasis on those that provide the disadvantaged with the tools to succeed educationally and professionally.

The foundation was formed in March of 2012 through the vision of John Jordan, CEO of Jordan Vineyard & Winery. We are excited to have you visit our website to learn about our goals and programs.

John Jordan believes in active philanthropy and focusing locally to impact programs for educational attainment and enhancing people's lives. The Foundation will encourage collaboration for the most impact to our community and help organizations excite their donors with matching grants.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Our Goals.

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Identify and close the gaps in the educational system

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Improve school performance and career readiness

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Decrease the negative health impacts associated with poverty

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Create opportunities for underserved communities and improve quality of life

Learn more about what we do by visiting our blog, Words + Actions.

Jonathan Coe

The John Jordan Foundation is a unique asset for our community. Not only does it provide grant funding for important youth related programs, it also, through its Executive Director, provides insightful leadership for our ongoing efforts to improve educational outcomes in Sonoma County.

Jonathan Coe CEO Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce
Angie Dillon-Shore

First 5 Sonoma County is committed to ensuring that every child in our community is ready to succeed when they enter kindergarten. We're proud to co-invest with the John Jordan Foundation to support optimal early childhood development, including expanding access to quality preschool and the availability of pediatric dental care for low-income children. Through aligned and leveraged funding, we multiply our power to mitigate the negative impact of poverty on children and change the trajectory of their lives.

Angie Dillon-Shore Executive Director First 5 Sonoma County
Mike Kallhoff

Our partnership with the JJF has allowed us to expand Schools of Hope and Earn It! Keep It! Save It! to underserved communities. Working with a funder like the JJF, we have the opportunity to explore the most impactful ways we can improve our community through collaborative efforts.

Mike Kallhoff CEO United Way of the Wine Country
Susan Gilmore - Executive Director, North Bay Children's Center

The John Jordan Foundation is committed to improving opportunities for children and families by targeting programs that provide the disadvantaged with tools to succeed educationally and professionally. NBCC would not be able to reach those that need our help the most without this valuable resource.

Susan Gilmore Executive Director, North Bay Children's Center
Madeleine Keegan O’Connell - Chief Executive Officer, YWCA Sonoma County

YWCA Sonoma County is beholden to The John Jordan Foundation for funding therapy and advocacy for Sonoma County families who struggle with the devastating effects of domestic violence. For children, witnessing violence between one’s parents or caretakers is the strongest risk factor of transmitting violent behavior from one generation to the next. JJF’s investment in YWCA Sonoma County directly impacts our ability to address risk factors of domestic violence including chronic homelessness, poverty and neglect while providing nurturing environments to heal from the trauma of violence.

Madeleine Keegan O’Connell Chief Executive Officer, YWCA Sonoma County

Grant Request

For grant requests please click below and follow our guidelines.

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Winery Request

For winery requests please click below and follow our guidelines.

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