Nonprofit InitiativeHelping local nonprofits thrive.
Strengthening Local Nonprofits
In 2021, Placer Community Foundation commissioned a study to examine how the Covid pandemic affected our local nonprofit sector. The goal was to illuminate the economic and social contributions the sector provides our county, the affect the pandemic had on their operations, and why public and private dollars to support their operations is critical to their work. Read the report here.
Placer Community Foundation designed the Nonprofit Initiative to help local nonprofit organizations thrive and grow. Targeted to nonprofits serving residents along the western slope of Placer County, the program helps organizations deliver higher quality, more sustainable, more valuable community services.
In 2021, this program served 165 nonprofits with free training on a variety of relevant topics. By accessing the programming of this initiative, local nonprofit organizations can more effectively assess progress, develop people, plan growth, and manage operations.
The Nonprofit Leadership Summit has done more to advance our charity than any other single event.
Cultural Intelligence Series: January 18 and February 9
Grant Series: March 1, 15, and 29
Nonprofit Leadership Summit: March 30
Volunteer Management: April 26
Start Telling Your Nonprofit’s Story Using GuideStar: April 29
Board Essentials: June 1
Advocacy 101: September 21
Year End Fundraising Best Practices: October 12 at 9am
How To Plan 3 Months of Content in 1 Day: November 16 at 9am: Register here
Armrod Charitable Foundation
County of Placer Board of Supervisors
Robert and Stephanie Snyder Fund
Robert Kemp Community Fund
“Placer Community Foundation has shown exceptional leadership in our community by providing this thoughtful programming. Our nonprofit sector is stronger because of it.” – Carol Garcia, former Mayor, City of Roseville
“Placer Community Foundation has been a proven source of state of the art training for Placer’s nonprofit leadership. The Foundation is now the trusted voice for ‘call to action’ throughout Placer’s communities, ensuring citizen support for the good work performed by our priceless nonprofits. Thank you, Placer Community Foundation, for your amazing work and your professionalism!” – Susan Rohan, former Mayor, City of Roseville
“We are so fortunate to have Placer Community Foundation working with our local nonprofits. Not only do they strengthen those organizations through training and development opportunities like the Nonprofit Leadership Summit, they also make it easy for our community to take part in local philanthropy, which creates a real sense of community pride.” – Kirk Uhler, former Supervisor, County of Placer
“I proudly support Placer Community Foundation’s Nonprofit Initiative because it makes Auburn’s nonprofit sector stronger and therefore makes the city a better place to live.” – Bridget Powers, City of Auburn
“Placer Community Foundation has helped strengthen hundreds of nonprofit organizations in our County. Their work will pay dividends in our community for years to come.” – Paul Joiner, City of Lincoln