Are you a people person interested in making a difference for nonprofits serving our community? The Whidbey Community Foundation is searching for its first staff member, a person that will help our board and volunteers provide excellent, knowledgeable service that achieves results for the nonprofit sector on Whidbey Island.
As our first staff member, the Program Support Specialist will be an independent, well-organized professional who thrives in a dynamic environment of multiple priorities. In concert with a volunteer Executive Director and active Board of Directors, you will focus on maintaining smooth program operations and contributing to the overall efficiency, quality, and capability of our programs and services. You will be called on to show initiative, persistence, and commitment to supporting the nonprofits on Whidbey Island and the donors who desire to support our community in perpetuity.
More than 80 nonprofit staff, board, and volunteers attended
a free workshop on fundraising in November, hosted by Whidbey Community
Foundation. WCF was pleased to partner again with Washington Nonprofits to
bring professional training entitled, “Ask, Thank, Report, Repeat.”
The Christmas Sculpture Fund is a gift to our community from renowned sculptor Georgia Gerber and her husband, Randy Hudson.
In their words:
Welcome to the 20th year of our Christmas Sculpture Project. This is the second year we have collaborated with the Whidbey Community Foundation. Last season was our most successful to date and we thank WCF for all they do. We also want to thank the Rob Schouten Gallery for helping us with distribution this year.