Join The Giving CircleWork with your peers on our annual grant program targeted to support local youth.
The Giving Circle at Placer Community Foundation is a form of shared giving established by individuals seeking to have greater involvement in their charitable giving. Our Giving Circle is comprised of a network of caring people who are passionate about helping youth create a strong future.
Do you want to:
- Address the needs of at-risk youth in a meaningful and lasting way?
- Engage with local nonprofits serving the youth of Placer County?
- Know that your charitable contribution is making a difference?
Become a member of the Giving Circle and work with your peers to implement a grant program targeted to support local youth ages 14-21. With three levels of giving, there is something for everyone! Secure your seat on the Giving Circle with a minimum contribution of $200. Membership levels:
Emerging Philanthropist – $200 gift to PCF
Member – $500 gift to PCF
Legacy Member – $5,000 gift to PCF
Past Grant Recipients
A Touch of Understanding
Assistance League of Greater Placer
Boys & Girls Club of Placer County
Child Advocates of Placer County
Economic Partners in Change (EPIC)
Harvest Community Church
Koinonia Homes for Teens
Placer Dispute Resolution Service
Prison Families Aftercare
ReDirect Nuevo Camino
Roseville Police Activities League
Rotary Club of Roseville Foundation
Salvation Army Roseville
Sierra Forever Families
Sierra Native Alliance
Stand Up Placer
The Axiom Lincoln
2017 Giving Circle Members
Aronowitz Skidmore Lyon
Marc and Chey Bryant
Jason Cardinet, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Sheila Cardno, Spectrum Wealth Management
Community 1st Bank
Andrew Edwards & Associates
The Charles and Gail Muskavitch Endowment
Propp Christensen Caniglia LLP
Phillip and Phyllis Shopbell Charitable Fund
Kim Silvers, Silvers HR, LLC
Bernie Snyder of Snyder Wealth Management Group, Inc.
Larry and Linda Welch