Our 2021 Impact Report celebrates the 5th anniversary of WCF–sharing stories of the power of philanthropy on Whidbey Island.
On behalf of the Whidbey Community Foundation, we hope you will continue to join us in recognizing our collective impact and the difference we can make together. View the full report by clicking below.
Community Foundation Week, November 12-18, 2021, is a nationwide celebration to recognize the increasingly important role that community foundations play in strengthening localities and mitigating social issues like homelessness, polarization, and discrimination. Continue reading “WCF Celebrates Annual, Nationwide Community Foundation Week”
The Holiday Sculpture Fund is a gift to our community from renowned sculptor Georgia Gerber and her husband, Randy Hudson. This year’s offering is modeled on a larger sculpture of two King Penguins Georgia created in 2008. Continue reading “Introducing the 2021 Holiday Sculpture: Penguin Pair”
These are exciting times for Whidbey Community Foundation. We’re growing and embracing the next stage of impact through relationships, trust, and community. It’s more vital than ever to have broad community participation and diverse voices at the table to help guide our grantmaking, steward the community funds entrusted to us, and lead our strategic work.
We’re pleased to announce that we’re openly seeking community members to serve on our Board of Directors. This opportunity is a great way to inspire local philanthropy and support the Whidbey community you love. Please consider whether this may be a good fit for you, nominate yourself, and help us spread the word to your networks! Continue reading “WCF Open Call for Board Candidates”
Whidbey Community Foundation is excited to announce it has granted awards to 30 nonprofits from its 4th Annual Grant Cycle. Grants this year were focused on three categories: Childhood Wellness, Environment, and Racial Equity. Continue reading “WCF Awards 30 Nonprofits in 4th Annual Grant Cycle”