The East Bay Community Foundation is a leading resource for mobilizing financial resources and community leadership to transform the lives of people in the East Bay with pressing needs.
We do it through research on those needs and through joining our own financial and leadership resources with those of the private, public, and non-profit sectors on a few pressing issues in order to transform people's lives.
... upon an African American in philanthropy. The James A. Joseph Lecture and Awards Ceremony served as the centerpiece of ABFE's annual program and conference, held April 16 in Memphis, Tennessee,...more
The East Bay Community Foundation representing Black-Led or operated nonprofit community organizations and businesses recently hosted more than 130 leaders from nonprofit, local businesses, municipal...more
Meet and network with Bay Area business women. The event includes networking, lunch, and a panel discussion by three nonprofit leaders: Sister Ann Weltz of Bay Area Crisis Nursery, Jeri Boomgaarden...more
The panel of judges included Jeri Boomgaarden, managing director of donor services and senior development officer of the East Bay Community Foundation; Mark Flower, senior vice president and regional...more