Whidbey Community Foundation is pleased to again partner with Washington Nonprofits and the Office of the Secretary of State to bring three workshops to Whidbey Island – All are free to Whidbey Island participants.Continue reading “Trio of Free Workshops Coming to Whidbey in April, May, and June 2019”
Are you a people person interested in making a difference for nonprofits serving our community? The Whidbey Community Foundation is searching for its first staff member, a person that will help our board and volunteers provide excellent, knowledgeable service that achieves results for the nonprofit sector on Whidbey Island.
As our first staff member, the Program Support Specialist will be an independent, well-organized professional who thrives in a dynamic environment of multiple priorities. In concert with a volunteer Executive Director and active Board of Directors, you will focus on maintaining smooth program operations and contributing to the overall efficiency, quality, and capability of our programs and services. You will be called on to show initiative, persistence, and commitment to supporting the nonprofits on Whidbey Island and the donors who desire to support our community in perpetuity.Continue reading “Position Announcement Program Support Specialist”
With the help and encouragement of our neighbors and supporters, the Whidbey Community Foundation has been successful in achieving our 2018 goals:
- Numerous free trainings offered for Non-Profits, with over 300 participants;
- Strategic communications with key community members and civic groups;
- Fifteen grants provided to support the work of non-profit groups.
NOTICE: Due to the expectation of snow this weekend, the February 9th session in Oak Harbor has been canceled. Check back for a rescheduling of that workshop later in the spring, or join us in Freeland on February 23.
Whidbey Community Foundation is partnering with Sno-Isle Libraries to provide free training for nonprofits in February. Introduction to Finding Grants will be presented on Saturday, February 9 (1:00 – 4:00) at Oak Harbor Library and on Saturday, February 23 (1:00 – 4:00) at Freeland Library. Refreshments will be included. Preregistration is required as space is limited.Continue reading ““Introduction to Finding Grants” Offered in February”
More than 80 nonprofit staff, board, and volunteers attended a free workshop on fundraising in November, hosted by Whidbey Community Foundation. WCF was pleased to partner again with Washington Nonprofits to bring professional training entitled, “Ask, Thank, Report, Repeat.”Continue reading “80+ Attend Free Workshop on Fundraising”