On May 18, 2021, cities, states, elected officials, influencers and community groups are commemorating the third annual National Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Day Against Bullying and Hate, led by anti-bullying nonprofit Act To Change. Whidbey Community Foundation is committed to ending bullying and hate in the AAPI community and is proud to join this movement.Continue reading “Whidbey Community Foundation Marks Third Annual National AAPI Day Against Bullying and Hate”
Whidbey Community Foundation (WCF) envisions a more vibrant, healthy, and unified Whidbey Island community. Our mission is to improve the quality of life on Whidbey Island so those who call Whidbey home can thrive now and in the future. We cannot achieve this future without acknowledging and reconciling our past and present.Continue reading “Whidbey Community Foundation: Our Commitment to Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion”
Whidbey Community Foundation is pleased to announce its next phase of funding from the COVID-19 Community Resilience Fund. WCF awarded grants to all three school districts on Whidbey Island totaling $60,000 to support students, educators, and their families with mental health needs.Continue reading “WCF Provides Grants to Whidbey Schools for Students’ Mental Health Needs”
On December 17, 2020, WCF hosted its year-end virtual reception. We were pleased to showcase videos of our grantees’ incredible work and celebrate the collective work of our grantees, donors, and community partners.Continue reading “WCF Virtual Reception”
As we come to terms with the harsh realities this year has brought, our community persists within this new normal. Supporting our neighbors has never been more important. Click below to view our 2020 Annual Report and see how you – and others like you – have come together around critical issues impacting our community.
We are proud to be your community foundation and partner in building a more resilient Whidbey, together.