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UPCOMING TRAINING OPPORTUNITY

Register online by Friday, March 17.

Brought to you by Wild Rivers Community Foundation, with support from The California Endowment and Northern California Association of Nonprofits (NORCAN). Click here for more events and training opportunities from NORCAN.

To be effective, nonprofits must recruit board members who support their ideals, represent the diversity of the community, bring a wide range of skills, and can help chart the organization’s path to success. 

This workshop covers:
- Measuring success and sustainability for your organization
- How boards change as organizations grow and change
- Finding and filling the gaps on your board
- Creating and using a board “job description”
- Financial Management 101 for board members
- Training and motivating your board to raise money

Donor Resources

Contribute to an existing Wild Rivers Community Foundation fund, or start your own fund. Learn about planned giving options to support causes you care about now and into the future. 

Donor Resources

About Us

Learn more about the Foundation, who we are, what we do and how we can work together.

About Us

Grants and Scholarships 

Summer Youth Mini-Grants, Holiday Partnership Program and annual scholarship opportunities.

Grants and Scholarships

IN OUR REGION

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Upcoming Events

Wednesday March 22, Workshop: Your Best Board: How to Recruit, Train and Empower Your Most Important Volunteers.
Click here for more information about this workshop.

Third Tuesdays: Del Norte Nonprofit Leader Meetings, noon to 1:30 p.m., Family Resource Center of the Redwoods, 494 Pacific Ave., Crescent City, CA 

Third Thursdays: Curry Nonprofit Leader Meetings (South), 12-1 pm, Curry Community Library meeting room, 405 Alder St., Brookings OR

Second Tuesdays: Curry Nonprofit Leader Meetings (North), 12-1 p.m., Soroptomist Bldg, 94202 Caughell, Gold Beach, OR; and Port Orford Library, 1421 Oregon St., Port Orford, OR

Literacy Symposium 2017, 5 to 8 p.m. May 4, Location TBA.

Local events: Wild Rivers Connect

 Publications

View the 2015/2016 'Strengthening Our Region' Wild Rivers Community Foundation Yearbook

View the 2015/2016 'Opportunity' Humboldt Area Foundation Yearbook


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