5 Ways to Make Your Website More Accessible – Website Workshops for Whidbey Nonprofits

As nonprofits navigate a more virtual world, websites are increasingly critical to advance nonprofits’ missions, raise funds, and communicate impact. Whidbey Community Foundation has partnered with website developer Scott Marlow to offer a suite of virtual workshops for Whidbey nonprofits interested in exploring website redesigns, and how to optimize of their sites for user accessibility and […]

5 Ways to Prepare Your Website for a Virtual Fundraiser – Website Workshops for Whidbey Nonprofits

As nonprofits navigate a more virtual world, websites are increasingly critical to advance nonprofits’ missions, raise funds, and communicate impact. Whidbey Community Foundation has partnered with website developer Scott Marlow to offer a suite of virtual workshops for Whidbey nonprofits interested in exploring website redesigns, and how to optimize of their sites for user accessibility and […]

How to Be an Anti-Racist Organization on Whidbey Island – Level 2 Workshop: Anti-Racist Organization in Action: Sustainability & Accountability Day 1

The journey towards racial equity and being an anti-racist community requires that each of us, individually and collectively, do our parts. Nonprofits on Whidbey Island are at varying levels of readiness for anti-racism work. Some have attended trainings, while others have yet to begin. Whidbey Community Foundation has partnered with Kenesha Lewin and Diana Sandoval […]

How to Be an Anti-Racist Organization on Whidbey Island – Level 2 Workshop: Anti-Racist Organization in Action: Sustainability & Accountability Day 2

The journey towards racial equity and being an anti-racist community requires that each of us, individually and collectively, do our parts. Nonprofits on Whidbey Island are at varying levels of readiness for anti-racism work. Some have attended trainings, while others have yet to begin. Whidbey Community Foundation has partnered with Kenesha Lewin and Diana Sandoval […]

WCF’s Year-End Reception

We are thrilled to celebrate 5 years of Whidbey Community Foundation (WCF)! We exist to serve you and the community we love—anchoring, investing, and collaborating to improve the quality of life for all who call Whidbey home, now and in the future. Whidbey Community Foundation is holding our Year-End Virtual Reception via Zoom. We would […]

Whidbey Nonprofit Zoom Gathering

WCF invites all staff, board members, and volunteers from nonprofits across Whidbey Island to join us for our next scheduled Zoom gathering on Tuesday, March 29 at 3pm. Join WCF Executive Director Jessie Gunn for a facilitated conversation. The main objectives for the hour-long Zoom gathering will be to: Get to know other nonprofits working […]

Making an Impact on Whidbey: Giving in the present & leaving legacy for the future

Are you passionate about the work of South Whidbey nonprofits? Are you curious about how to donate to your favorite charities beyond writing a check? Would you like to learn how to transform a portion of your estate to leave an enduring charitable legacy? Join Whidbey Community Foundation and participating South Whidbey nonprofits for this […]

June Zoom Community Forum: Q&A for Annual Grant Cycle

Please join us to learn more about WCF's 5th Annual Grant Cycle and the 2022 grant topic areas. Register today! For more information: Apply for a Grant - Whidbey Community Foundation (whidbeyfoundation.org)

I Support The Girls – Whidbey Island Drive By Donation Event

Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce 32630 SR-20, Oak Harbor, WA

I Support The Girls - Whidbey Island invites you to their first donation event of the year. Please help to make homeless and distressed women, girls and folx, Valentine's Day […]