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.

You Can Strengthen Your Foundation and Your Community

The Whidbey Community Foundation’s Foundation Fund is the heartbeat of our organization, providing flexibility to meet our community’s evolving challenges. Your support will enable us to continue nurturing the arts, conserving our natural landscapes, and providing essential services to those in need.

Invest in the strength and future of your Foundation and your community by donating today!

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Introducing the 2023 Holiday Sculpture: Cat Tales!

WCF is excited to announce our 7th annual partnership with renowned sculptor Georgia Gerber and her husband Randy Hudson on the Holiday Sculpture Fund. This year’s pewter sculpture is the Cat Tales.

If you would like to become a collector, or add to your growing collection, your donation will be made to Whidbey Community Foundation. Georgia and Randy will work with WCF to decide where to direct the proceeds.  The price for each sculpture is $250. The materials cost is $90 per sculpture, which means that $160 of your contribution for each sculpture is tax-deductible and will go to nonprofits.

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2023-2025 Strategic Plan

At Whidbey Community Foundation (WCF), we envision a vibrant, healthy, and unified Whidbey Island community. In the second half of 2022, the WCF board and staff came together to reflect on our purpose and look ahead to how we will achieve our vision. We are pleased to present our 2023-2025 Strategic Plan, which includes strengthening nonprofits, increasing grantmaking impact, and reaching donors with more options to leverage their philanthropic interests.

View Our Strategic Plan