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Take the Pain & Fear out of Preparing Grant Proposals Wednesday, April 17, 9 am-12 pm Auburn Recreation District's Canyon View Community Center, 471 Maidu Drive, Auburn, CA 95603 Register here Presenter: Miriam Houghton Attendees will learn: What funders want in...read more
Engaging Volunteers: How to Appeal to Different Generations with Trudy Harris Thursday, February 21, 9am-12pm Placer SPCA, 200 Tahoe Avenue, Roseville, CA 95678 Register here There are many unique and distinct generations in society today, and knowing how each one...read more
Placer Community Foundation’s Annual Nonprofit Leadership Summit will take place on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. This year’s topic is “Be a Board Super Hero: Raise More Money and More Engagement.” Board members and executives from local nonprofit organizations will...read more
Placer Community Foundation invites local high school seniors and current college students to apply for scholarship awards for the 2019-2020 year. The Community Foundation is utilizing an online system, Smarter Select, for most of the applications. Eligibility...read more
Placer Community Foundation invites Placer County nonprofits to attend our next Nonprofit Initiative training: Board Essentials: Getting to Great Wednesday, January 30, 2019, 5-8:30 pm Maidu Community Center Main Hall, 1550 Maidu Drive, Roseville, CA 95661 Presenters:...read more
As news of the Camp Fire tragedy unfolded, Placer Community Foundation (PCF) rallied financial support for the thousands impacted. PCF’s Board of Directors and donors quickly responded. Individual gifts from board members were matched by a grant from the Community...read more
(Stock fire photo by Joanne Francis/Unsplash) The board and staff at Placer Community Foundation are saddened and concerned by the Camp Fire in Butte County. It’s too close to home for all of us, and we are keeping in our thoughts evacuees and first responders working...read more
Placer Community Foundation (PCF) earned the High Five Luminary Award in recognition of its collaborate advocacy work to achieve more affordable housing in Placer County and for founding Placer Housing Matters, an on-going initiative to educate the public and shine a...read more
Shriners Hospitals for Children — Northern California has received a gift for $198,000 to benefit its pediatric hand program. The gift to the hospital was made at the direction of anonymous donors, who have a personalized charitable fund at Placer Community Foundation...read more
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