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Humboldt Area Foundation Opportunity Fund


(2017) The needs of our community evolve over time and many of those changes are difficult to foresee. Humboldt Area Foundation serves a unique role in our ability to address these changes. The HAF Opportunity Fund allows the Humboldt Area Foundation Board of Directors to respond to challenges and opportunities in our region by utilizing the foundation's unrestricted resources.

Humboldt Area Foundation Opportunity Fund


The needs of our community evolve over time and many of those changes are difficult to foresee. Humboldt Area Foundation serves a unique role in our ability to address these changes. The HAF Opportunity Fund allows the Humboldt Area Foundation Board of Directors to respond to challenges and opportunities in our region by utilizing the foundation's unrestricted resources.
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Youth & Family


(2016) Improving the lives of young people and their families, including learning and recreation opportunities, addressing basic needs, and other enrichment and support

Youth & Family


Improving the lives of young people and their families, including learning and recreation opportunities, addressing basic needs, and other enrichment and support
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The Social Work and Elder Support Scholarship Fund


(2016) The Social Work and Elder Support Scholarship Fund was established in 2016 by Robin Wolff, LCSW who has supported frail older impoverished adults in the local Humboldt County community for over 20 years. This scholarship is designed to support social work students at Humboldt State University who want to commit to working with older adults in the local area. Robin wants to dedicate this scholarship to the memory and generosity of her parents and hopes to inspire all of us to care more about our local elders.

The Social Work and Elder Support Scholarship Fund


The Social Work and Elder Support Scholarship FundThe Social Work and Elder Support Scholarship Fund was established in 2016 by Robin Wolff, LCSW who has supported frail older impoverished adults in the local Humboldt County community for over 20 years. This scholarship is designed to support social work students at Humboldt State University who want to commit to working with older adults in the local area. Robin wants to dedicate this scholarship to the memory and generosity of her parents and hopes to inspire all of us to care more about our local elders.
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Watershed Fund


Compliant Farms recognizes the opportunity for our communities to move beyond the trend of boom and bust natural resource extraction. Guided by permaculture principles and focusing on individual efforts that have great, cumulative effects, as a community we can participate in the process of adaptive land management for a regenerative future. Compliant Farms was formed as the cultural, regulatory and ecological worlds of small, private cannabis farms collided. Through the design and implementation of site specific management plans we facilitate an approach for our community to become better land stewards. In business plan and process, through education and resource sharing, from the generosity of our clients, cannabis farmers, the Watershed Fund was born. The Watershed Fund supports collaborative, action-based projects that generate data to quantify improved resource use. The results can develop a replicable framework and inform decision making as we transition to a regenerative model.

Watershed Fund


Watershed FundCompliant Farms recognizes the opportunity for our communities to move beyond the trend of boom and bust natural resource extraction. Guided by permaculture principles and focusing on individual efforts that have great, cumulative effects, as a community we can participate in the process of adaptive land management for a regenerative future. Compliant Farms was formed as the cultural, regulatory and ecological worlds of small, private cannabis farms collided. Through the design and implementation of site specific management plans we facilitate an approach for our community to become better land stewards. In business plan and process, through education and resource sharing, from the generosity of our clients, cannabis farmers, the Watershed Fund was born. The Watershed Fund supports collaborative, action-based projects that generate data to quantify improved resource use. The results can develop a replicable framework and inform decision making as we transition to a regenerative model.
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Yurok Tribe Klamath Salmon Restoration Fund


Yurok Tribe Klamath Salmon Restoration Fund


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Gary W. Cahill Memorial Fund


Gary W. Cahill Memorial Fund


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Fern Cottage Fund


Fern Cottage House Museum is your local history museum displaying a collection of artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, and historical importance to the Eel River Valley and Humboldt County. Fern Cottage Historic House Museum makes this available for public viewing through permanent or temporary exhibits during regular hours throughout the year. The mission of Fern Cottage Foundation is to provide a solid financial basis to preserve, maintain and promote Fern Cottage Historic House Museum through expanded community awareness and involvement, increased educational opportunities and celebration of its historic value.

Fern Cottage Fund


Fern Cottage FundFern Cottage House Museum is your local history museum displaying a collection of artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, and historical importance to the Eel River Valley and Humboldt County. Fern Cottage Historic House Museum makes this available for public viewing through permanent or temporary exhibits during regular hours throughout the year. The mission of Fern Cottage Foundation is to provide a solid financial basis to preserve, maintain and promote Fern Cottage Historic House Museum through expanded community awareness and involvement, increased educational opportunities and celebration of its historic value.
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Cole Family Fund


This fund was established in 2016 by Donn and Judy Cole and Mick and Janice (Cole) Miller to honor our parents G. Milton (Coley) and Gladys Cole, and our grandparents George Jacob and Edith Cole, and William and Georgiana Allen, pioneers of our area. The purpose of the fund is to support the efforts of CASA in Humboldt county.

Cole Family Fund


Cole Family FundThis fund was established in 2016 by Donn and Judy Cole and Mick and Janice (Cole) Miller to honor our parents G. Milton (Coley) and Gladys Cole, and our grandparents George Jacob and Edith Cole, and William and Georgiana Allen, pioneers of our area. The purpose of the fund is to support the efforts of CASA in Humboldt county.
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Mike Stone Memorial Fund


Mike Stone Memorial Fund


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Ted Souza Memorial Fisheries Fund


(2017) The Ted Souza Memorial Fisheries Fund was established by the Friends of Del Norte to commemorate a dedicated life as a conservationist and activist, serving as our board member and treasurer for forty years. Ted was an avid outdoorsman with a true love for the Smith River. He was a fisherman who committed his life to saving and restoring our historic salmon and steelhead runs on the Smith River. Ted worked hard to keep state fishing regulations commensurate with the decline in fish runs. He supported laws like no bait fishing and catch and release only policies. With his youthful energy and pragmatic outlook, Ted stayed actively involved in local environmental issues into his nineties, an inspiration to us all. Ted’s personal motto was: “It is OK to grow older, just don’t get old.” These funds will be used to further Ted’s interests in fisheries habitat restoration and scientific research to help further the health of salmon and steelhead populations on the Smith and other local rivers.

Ted Souza Memorial Fisheries Fund


Ted Souza Memorial Fisheries FundThe Ted Souza Memorial Fisheries Fund was established by the Friends of Del Norte to commemorate a dedicated life as a conservationist and activist, serving as our board member and treasurer for forty years. Ted was an avid outdoorsman with a true love for the Smith River. He was a fisherman who committed his life to saving and restoring our historic salmon and steelhead runs on the Smith River. Ted worked hard to keep state fishing regulations commensurate with the decline in fish runs. He supported laws like no bait fishing and catch and release only policies. With his youthful energy and pragmatic outlook, Ted stayed actively involved in local environmental issues into his nineties, an inspiration to us all. Ted’s personal motto was: “It is OK to grow older, just don’t get old.” These funds will be used to further Ted’s interests in fisheries habitat restoration and scientific research to help further the health of salmon and steelhead populations on the Smith and other local rivers.
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Keehn Family Fund


Keehn Family Fund


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Chetco Bar Fire Animal Fund


Support for the total care and displacement costs associated with the Chetco Bar Fire happening right now in Curry County. To date 70,000 acres have burned in Curry County and displaced many livestock and pets and a huge effort is currently underway to rescue several hundred more throughout the evacuation zone and relocate them to a safe location.

Chetco Bar Fire Animal Fund


Support for the total care and displacement costs associated with the Chetco Bar Fire happening right now in Curry County. To date 70,000 acres have burned in Curry County and displaced many livestock and pets and a huge effort is currently underway to rescue several hundred more throughout the evacuation zone and relocate them to a safe location.
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Clark S. Jackson Memorial Scholarship Fund


Clark S. Jackson Memorial Scholarship Fund


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Victims of the Curry County Chetco Bar Fire Fund


(2017) Victims of the Curry County Chetco Bar Fire Fund has been created by Wild Rivers Community Foundation to support nonprofit organizations and agencies which are doing the direct work on the ground to assist the Curry County, Oregon victims of the Chetco Bar Fire.

Victims of the Curry County Chetco Bar Fire Fund


Victims of the Curry County Chetco Bar Fire Fund has been created by Wild Rivers Community Foundation to support nonprofit organizations and agencies which are doing the direct work on the ground to assist the Curry County, Oregon victims of the Chetco Bar Fire.
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North Coast Healthcare Scholarship Fund


(2017) In an effort to assist our community in providing and retaining healthcare professionals, David and Gail Turner have established the North Coast Healthcare Scholarship Fund. This fund is designed to assist local students who are pursuing degrees or certifications in either nursing, advanced practice registered nursing or physician's assistant programs. Such students with a financial need, a record of academic achievement, and a demonstrated commitment to both healthcare and remaining in our community are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Candidates with healthcare work experience and/or with a meaningful record of volunteer community service or who have worked with and served our community's underserved populations will be given additional consideration. (2017)

North Coast Healthcare Scholarship Fund


North Coast Healthcare Scholarship FundIn an effort to assist our community in providing and retaining healthcare professionals, David and Gail Turner have established the North Coast Healthcare Scholarship Fund. This fund is designed to assist local students who are pursuing degrees or certifications in either nursing, advanced practice registered nursing or physician's assistant programs. Such students with a financial need, a record of academic achievement, and a demonstrated commitment to both healthcare and remaining in our community are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Candidates with healthcare work experience and/or with a meaningful record of volunteer community service or who have worked with and served our community's underserved populations will be given additional consideration. (2017)
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Animal Care Fund


Animal Care Fund


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Del Norte Senior Center Endowment Fund


(2005) The Del Norte Senior Center Endowment Fund was established as a means of supplementing the funds received by the Del Norte Senior Center from Federal and State grants to carry out its programs for Del Norte County seniors. The ultimate goal of the Endowment Fund is to ensure the long-term continuation and expansion of the many life enriching and supporting programs for seniors through the Senior Center. The programs involve the three essential elements of healthy living for seniors: nutrition, health maintenance and socialization. This planned giving program will support the Senior Center in providing these services for generations to come.

Del Norte Senior Center Endowment Fund


Del Norte Senior Center Endowment FundThe Del Norte Senior Center Endowment Fund was established as a means of supplementing the funds received by the Del Norte Senior Center from Federal and State grants to carry out its programs for Del Norte County seniors. The ultimate goal of the Endowment Fund is to ensure the long-term continuation and expansion of the many life enriching and supporting programs for seniors through the Senior Center. The programs involve the three essential elements of healthy living for seniors: nutrition, health maintenance and socialization. This planned giving program will support the Senior Center in providing these services for generations to come.
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Redwood Rural Health Center Fund


Redwoods Rural Health Center (RRHC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center located in Southern Humboldt County. RRHC was established in 1976 to create access to health care services for disenfranchised members of the community by offering an income-based sliding fee scale. The mission of the organization is to provide responsive, preventive, high quality primary health care services, through a variety of healing disciplines, to all people without regard to social or economic status. RRHC currently operates two school based clinics as well as a mobile dental van. In 2015, RRHC served 5,380 patients through more than 18,000 clinic visits. Approximately 57% of the health center's patients were living in poverty, 26% were uninsured, and 7% were Hispanic. RRHC's preventive services encompass immunizations, cancer screening, women's health, well child exams, diagnostic labs, dental care, counseling, physical therapy and acupuncture. In addition to primary care services, RRHC offers enabling services, such as transportation and food assistance, insurance eligibility, telemedicine, and homeless outreach.

Redwood Rural Health Center Fund


Redwood Rural Health Center FundRedwoods Rural Health Center (RRHC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center located in Southern Humboldt County. RRHC was established in 1976 to create access to health care services for disenfranchised members of the community by offering an income-based sliding fee scale. The mission of the organization is to provide responsive, preventive, high quality primary health care services, through a variety of healing disciplines, to all people without regard to social or economic status. RRHC currently operates two school based clinics as well as a mobile dental van. In 2015, RRHC served 5,380 patients through more than 18,000 clinic visits. Approximately 57% of the health center's patients were living in poverty, 26% were uninsured, and 7% were Hispanic. RRHC's preventive services encompass immunizations, cancer screening, women's health, well child exams, diagnostic labs, dental care, counseling, physical therapy and acupuncture. In addition to primary care services, RRHC offers enabling services, such as transportation and food assistance, insurance eligibility, telemedicine, and homeless outreach.
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Lavina Bowers Suicide Prevention Fund


(2016)

Lavina Bowers Suicide Prevention Fund


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Elizabeth Florence Gupton Memorial Fund


(2016) "The flame that burns twice as bright burns half as long" -- Lao Tzu. On Nov. 25, 2015, the world lost one of its brightest flames when Elizabeth Florence Gupton passed from this world into the next. Lizzie, as she was known, made this world a better place on Jan. 15, 1998, by joining her loving family and beginning her journey on the North Coast. In the fleeting time she was with us, Lizzie filled every day with love, smiles, warmth and her laughter. From elementary school to junior high and finally at Eureka High School, those of us blessed enough to know her watched as she blossomed from the shy wallflower to the goofy and sarcastic person that made all of us better for knowing her. This fund, will support the Betty Chinn Fund for the Homeless, has been collected by friends and family in Honor of her Unforgettable life.

Elizabeth Florence Gupton Memorial Fund


Elizabeth Florence Gupton Memorial Fund"The flame that burns twice as bright burns half as long" -- Lao Tzu. On Nov. 25, 2015, the world lost one of its brightest flames when Elizabeth Florence Gupton passed from this world into the next. Lizzie, as she was known, made this world a better place on Jan. 15, 1998, by joining her loving family and beginning her journey on the North Coast. In the fleeting time she was with us, Lizzie filled every day with love, smiles, warmth and her laughter. From elementary school to junior high and finally at Eureka High School, those of us blessed enough to know her watched as she blossomed from the shy wallflower to the goofy and sarcastic person that made all of us better for knowing her. This fund, will support the Betty Chinn Fund for the Homeless, has been collected by friends and family in Honor of her Unforgettable life.
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