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Veronica Blake. (2020, Jan 1) Supes, stay firm on affordable housing at Placer Ranch. Auburn Journal, p. A4 Approval of the development plan for Placer Ranch offers a fresh take on how Placer County is prioritizing and enforcing the affordable housing policy. The...read more
Placer Community Foundation’s Annual Nonprofit Leadership Summit will take place on Wednesday, March 4, 2020. This year’s topic is “Fearlessly Fundraising! Fundraise with Confidence TODAY!” Effectively fundraising requires the right information and confidence in your...read more
Placer Community Foundation invites Placer County nonprofits to attend our first Nonprofit Initiative training of 2020: Board Essentials: Getting to Great Thursday, January 30, 5-8:30 pm The Flower Farm Events Barn, 4150 Auburn Folsom Road, Loomis, CA 95650...read more
Placer Community Foundation invites local high school seniors and current college students to apply for scholarship awards for the 2020-2021 year. The Community Foundation utilizes an online system, Smarter Select, for most of the applications. Eligibility criteria...read more
"A Team Approach to Estate Planning" with Speaker David Gaw Estate Planning, Trust Administration and Elder Law expert David Gaw will lead an information session geared for Estate Planning Attorneys, CPA's and Financial Planners. When: Thursday, January 09, 2020 from...read more
For those tricky people on your list who seem to have everything...you're welcome. Looking for an alternative to a traditional gift that also perfectly captures the spirit of the season? Charitable giving in honor of a loved one or important person in your life is...read more
There are new developments to report from the on-going effort to create more affordable housing. While the developments are not in the form of new construction, there is building momentum within the County’s strategy and approach. As reported by the Auburn Journal,...read more
Most of you have probably never heard of Frank or Gladys Porter. We didn’t know the Auburn couple either until their bequest (gift from a will) unexpectedly arrived at Placer Community Foundation (PCF) in 2010. This happens every so often, and it’s an act that reminds...read more
Placer Community Foundation (PCF) granted $5,000 to the Downtown Lincoln Association (DLA) to support downtown revitalization efforts. Gifts came from the Community Needs Fund and the Elizabeth M. Jansen Fund at the Community Foundation. The Downtown Lincoln...read more
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