Together, making a difference

Whidbey Community Foundation connects people who care to causes that matter. Founded in 2016, our mission is to improve the quality of life on Whidbey Island by providing support for the nonprofit sector, assisting donors to build and preserve enduring assets for charitable purposes, and meeting community needs through financial awards.

Looking Forward, Giving Back
2021-2022 Impact Report

Whidbey Community Foundation’s 2021-2022 Impact Report is a reflection of our Island’s radical generosity. Looking back on the sixth year of WCF – it is evident that we are hitting our stride as an effective community foundation. Sharing our passion for doing good in our community propels us into the next year – and beyond.

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Introducing the 2022 Pewter Sculpture:
Loon with Chicks

Whidbey Community Foundation is excited to announce its 6th annual partnership with renowned sculptor Georgia Gerber and her husband Randy Hudson on the Holiday Sculpture Fund. This year’s pewter sculpture is the Loon with Chicks. Also available for purchase are the 2021 Penguin Pair, 2020 Three French Hens, the 2019 Dashing Turtle, the 2018 Sheepish Rabbit, and the 2017 Settling Owl. Georgia and Randy will work with Whidbey Community Foundation on donating the proceeds from sculpture sales to Whidbey nonprofits.

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Strategic Planning in Nonprofits
for Whidbey Nonprofits

Is strategic planning on your radar? Do you need to clarify the strategic direction of your organization and the strategies that will be used to achieve your vision while also ensuring organizational health and sustainability? WCF is pleased to bring back nonprofit fundamental trainings to Whidbey Island beginning in 2023. The first workshop series we will be hosting in partnership with Nonprofit Association of Washington is Strategic Planning in Nonprofits (SPiN) – a four-part hybrid series.

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