Our 2019 Non Profits

Since 2005, The Bella Vista League has given over $2,000,000 to Silicon Valley non-profit agencies who help families and children in crisis.

Cityteam's Heritage Home
At Heritage Home, we are helping pregnant women overcome homelessness, abuse, addiction, and other hardships while becoming loving mothers to their newborn babies. We look at their whole situation to meet their immediate needs and work out long-term solutions. Heritage Home is a structured program that provides housing, meals, clothes, strollers, car seats, and diapers in addition to mentorship, education, parenting classes, Bible studies, AA meetings, life transformation classes, and career workshops to give them the tools necessary to succeed and move forward with new hope and excitement for a new life with their precious babies.


Canterbury Foundation
The Episcopal Chaplaincy at San Jose State University, under the oversight of the Canterbury Foundation, is a non-profit dedicated to serving the underserved student at SJSU.  In 2016, the chaplain, the Rev. Kathleen Crowe, envisioned and began a residence for students who were unable to afford the high cost of rents in the area impeding their ability to achieve academic goals.  Students, most of whom are first-generation college students, now live in the Episcopal residence at no cost because of the generous contributions of our donor base.


Support4Recovery is a grassroots movement made up of individuals and their families in recovery from alcohol and other drugs. Our mission is to assess the needs of the recovering community. With our findings, we will help to develop action plans that support, educate, and empower our community to advocate and bring about changes that are barriers to successful long term recovery.