Last week the Community Foundation announced its collaborative partnership with Washington Federal and Chuckanut Health Foundation; bringing a much-needed specialized health service to Whatcom County. Continuing in this spirit, the Community Foundation would like to share a local resource called SEAS (Single Entry Access to Services). This comprehensive guide lists individuals and organizations providing support for children and youth with… Continue reading
Neighborliness is about getting together in a special way.
Tea is always an occasion. But high tea for 32 Lummi Island schoolchildren and their elder neighbors on Valentine’s Day? That’s a full-fledged party with hats, gloves, mustaches and manners. The event, along with the pen-pal relationships that led up to it, was supported by a Foundation Project Neighborly grant.… Continue reading
With help from many local donors, the Whatcom Community Foundation (WCF) awarded $220,000 in grants this year from the Fund for Whatcom County. The infusion of resources will bring thirty-one distinct local projects to life over the next 12 months.
President & CEO, Mauri Ingram, remarked “We are committed to creating a… Continue reading
The Whatcom Community Foundation recently awarded grants totaling more than $170,000 to 31 local charitable organizations. According to Mauri Ingram, President & CEO “In January we invited local nonprofit organizations to tell us how they wanted to make our community better. After a thoughtful review by our grants committee volunteers, we are thrilled… Continue reading
The goal of Compass Health (Formerly known as Whatcom Counseling & Psychiatric Services) is to provide the best and most effective behavioral healthcare for individuals in need, allowing their clients the opportunity to live happy, healthy lives full of purpose. As an organization, Compass Health recently decided to reinvigorate their endowment fund at the Community Foundation with a new… Continue reading