Blue Mountain Community Foundation



Blue Mountain Community Foundation started in 1984 based on the idea that the area needed a place for donors who cared about the community to make long-term investments.


A group of 36 local citizens, under the guidance of Pete Peery and John Reese, were the initial corporate members that resolved to form a non-profit corporation. Since securing its first endowed fund, the Foundation has grown to over $20 million in 170 charitable funds.

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Recent News from Blue Mountain Community Foundation


Foundation offers health-improvement grants
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

A new fund at Blue Mountain Community Foundation offers $134,500 in grants for initiatives designed to improve the health of Walla Walla...more

Foundation offers health-improvement grants
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

A new fund at Blue Mountain Community Foundation offers $134,500 in grants for initiatives designed to improve the health of Walla Walla...more

Blue Mountain Community Foundation seeks grant applications
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

WALLA WALLA — Blue Mountain Community Foundation is pleased to announce that its Discretionary Grant Guidelines and Application Form...more

ADA upgrades enhance patron service
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

A partnership with Blue Mountain Community Foundation for grant funds awarded in September 2017 for upgrades made the ADA devices...more

Yes, Micro-Business Program has great potential
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

I wish to point out, however, the omission of the Blue Mountain Community Foundation in this coverage. The Community Foundation is one of...more

Informational meetings set on foundation grants
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

A series of meetings will be held next week for people interested in Blue Mountain Community Foundation Discretionary grants. Each meeting will...more

Legacy of Milton-Freewater's Jack Yantis brought to life
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

Soon after his death, they established the Jack Yantis Integrative Arts in Classrooms Fund through Blue Mountain Community Foundation. Thus a...more

Blue Mtn. Community Foundation Scholarship Deadline is March 18
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

WALLA WALLA – The deadline for scholarship applications for one of over 70 scholarship funds at the Blue Mountain Community Foundation is...more

Blue Mountain Community Foundation scholarship apps. due March 18
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

The deadline to apply for scholarships through Blue Mountain Community Foundation is rapidly approaching, said Kari Isaacson, executive...more

New fund aids MF, Athena, Weston communities
Foundation: Blue Mountain Community Foundation

... Athena and Weston area of Umatilla County, the latter of which has been part of the Blue Mountain Community Foundation's service area since...more

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