Whidbey Community Foundation awarded its first round of grants from the newly established COVID-19 Community Resilience Fund to 9 nonprofits, totaling over $40,000.Continue reading “WCF Awards First Round of COVID-19 Grants”
The COVID-19 Community Resilience Fund will provide resources to nonprofit organizations on Whidbey Island working with our friends and neighbors who are impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak. The fund will be hosted by the Whidbey Community Foundation, and is designed to complement the work of public agencies by expanding local capacity to address aspects of the outbreak as efficiently as possible.Continue reading “WCF Launches COVID-19 Community Resilience Fund with $25,000 Seed Funding”
Whidbey Community Foundation is excited to support Freeland Library in hosting their “Introduction to Finding Grants” event on Saturday, February 29th, at 10:00am.Continue reading “Join us for “Introduction to Finding Grants” at Freeland Library”
Whidbey Community Foundation is hosting two free 2020 Census workshops: January 29 at the Freeland Library from 10am to 12pm, and on Friday, February 7 at the Oak Harbor Library from 10:30am to 12:30pm. We invite you to join us and our partners—Washington Nonprofits, Island County, the US Census Bureau, and Sno-Isle Libraries—for a fun, informative, and action-oriented workshop.
The Census determines how funds are distributed for schools, nonprofit services, roads, and other programs that make our community special. We all care about our State’s and Island’s future, and we have the power to work together to ensure that everyone is counted next year.
Attendees will learn:
- The why, what, how, and when of the 2020 Census; and why it matters to Washington state, Island County, and nonprofits.
- How to support the count as community organizations and individuals.
- Who to connect with to support the 2020 Census.
- What resources are available for getting out the count.
- Tools and strategies to effectively communicate about the 2020 Census.
The workshops are tailored to nonprofits, and the general public is welcome to attend. Space is limited; we ask you to please register in advance.
Thank you and we look forward to working together to ensure that everyone is counted in the Census this year!
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”