The Bay Area Community Foundation works with individuals, families, businesses and organizations to create permanent endowment funds that help the region meet the challenges of changing times.
The Foundation invests and administers these funds and then uses their earnings to award grants each year to many of the humanitarian, educational and cultural organizations in this remarkable region.
The Foundation goes beyond simply making grants that advance charitable activities - it also identifies current and emerging issues, stimulate local resources to address those needs and help this region prepare for the future.
The Midland Area Community Foundation also partially matches donations. Over the past four years this event has raised 870 thousand dollars. Now the foundation is eager to see if this year gets them...more
The daylong fundraiser, now in its fourth year, is organized by the Bay Area Community Foundation to raise money for participating endowments it manages. Donor Relations Officer Lisa Krause said the...more
Those wishing to donate can do so online through the Bay Area Community Foundation. For two days last week, vehicles with Confederate flags lined up outside Bay City Western High School in Auburn....more
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Bridges Self-Management Limited is now officially launched as a social enterprise. The organization used to be a program that empowers and rehabilitates stroke survivors.