Whidbey Community Foundation (WCF) recently awarded grants to 19 Whidbey Island nonprofits. Awards were distributed at a reception held by WCF on December 4th.Continue reading “WCF Awards Grants to 19 Nonprofits”
On November 6, Whidbey Community Foundation (WCF) provided the first of its targeted training opportunities to local nonprofit organizations for the 2020 Census. WCF partnered with Washington Nonprofits, Island County, the US Census Bureau, and Sno-Isle Libraries at the Coupeville Library. This workshop was available for free thanks to a grant provided by the Washington Census Equity Fund. Represented at the Coupeville workshop were nonprofit staff and volunteers from over ten organizations serving Whidbey Island.Continue reading “WCF Hosts First Census Training for Local Nonprofits”
Whidbey Community Foundation is excited to announce the addition of its two newest board members: Lance Gibbon of Oak Harbor, WA, and Jerry Millhon of Langley, WA.Continue reading “Lance Gibbon and Jerry Millhon Join Whidbey Community Foundation’s Board of Directors”
Whidbey Community Foundation has partnered with Washington Nonprofits, Island County, Sno-Isle Libraries, and the US Census Bureau to host a Census 2020 workshop at the Coupeville Library on November 6 from 10am – 12pm.