The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County is seeking a Vice President for Finance and Administration. To read more about this opportunity click here.
Shasta Regional Community Foundation has enabled their Community Disaster Relief Fund to receive donations for those in the North State impacted by the Carr Fire.
A growing movement sees community foundations invest in local financial institutions and development projects, empowering entrepreneurship in the underserved communities that need it most.
June 25, 2018 (Santa Rosa, CA) Steph Curry prevailed against Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul in a showdown on ABC’s Celebrity Family Feud on Sunday June 24. The stakes? A $25,000 donation to the player’s charity of choice.
Equity and Recovery Series | Part I: Megan Barber Allende, CEO of The Community Foundation of Mendocino County
Natural disasters are the great equalizers, razing a cruel path regardless of income, heritage, or history. When the firestorm blazed through Redwood and Potter Valleys on the night of October 8th over 7,000 residents fled, leaving behind a lifetime of belongings. A week later when the evacuation was lifted, over 380 residences were lost, nearly 25%… Read more about Equity and Recovery Series | Part I: Megan Barber Allende, CEO of The Community Foundation of Mendocino County
The League of California Community Foundations welcomes Mary O’Connell to the family as new Executive Director
The League of California Community Foundations named Bay Area social marketer and strategist Mary O’Connell as our new executive director of the League. Read the full announcement here Transition announcement LCCF members
This document provides findings from a landscape scan of cross-sectoral stakeholders in L.A. County who will participate in U.S. Census 2020 outreach, review of secondary research, as well as recommendations for CCF’s leadership to consider for an outreach campaign. Read the full document here CCF 2020 Census Landscape Scan
Perusing the recently passed U.S. tax bill can leave the reader fundamentally aghast at its painfully skewed priorities. Read the full article by Thomas Peters, President and CEO of the Marin Community Foundation by Clicking Here