The Board of Whidbey Community Foundation is excited to announce our first staff member, Jessie Gunn, who takes the position of part-time Program Manager. Jessie joined WCF in April 2019 after more than 10 years of experience in the social sector having worked with national foundations, government programs, nonprofits, and corporate philanthropy.Continue reading “Jessie Gunn Named First Program Manager for WCF”
We value the great work our Whidbey nonprofits do to improve the quality of lives on the island and are committed to supporting your efforts.
One of our projects is to create a directory of all nonprofits on Whidbey. We have started the database with downloads of information from the Secretary of State and IRS. You can see the first phase on our website here. We believe this information will be useful to folks who are looking for a particular interest or service, for people looking for a place to volunteer, and for donors interested in a specific cause.
We need your help to update and complete the information we currently have for your organization. Please take a few minutes to complete this online form.Continue reading “Updating Our Directory of Whidbey Nonprofits”
NOTICE: Due to snow the session in Oak Harbor was cancelled last February. It has now been rescheduled for Saturday, September 14, 10:00 – 2:00. Please follow the links below to register for this rescheduled event.
Whidbey Community Foundation is partnering with Sno-Isle Libraries to provide free training for nonprofits. Introduction to Finding Grants will be presented at Oak Harbor Library on 9/14/19. Refreshments will be included. Preregistration is required as space is limited.Continue reading ““Introduction to Finding Grants” Rescheduled for September”
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”