Documentary offers glimpse of Tribal coming-of-age ceremony

The award-winning film shares the journey of Ahty Allen as she prepares for her Ihuk, a Karuk coming-of-age ceremony, with the loving support of her family and community.

Historic Lease Sale for Offshore Wind In California Advances Amidst Calls for Greater Community Investments in the North Coast

A historic network of Northern California Tribal Nations, local governments, community leaders and institutions, community-based organizations, environmental groups, and academics have come together to call for 50 percent local investment and protections for Tribes, the environment, and underrepresented communities. The network was convened by the Redwood Region Climate and Community Resilience Hub (CORE Hub), an incubated program of the Humboldt Area Foundation and the Wild Rivers Community Foundation (HAF+WRCF).

Katerina Oskarsson Named Executive in Residence of Redwood CORE Hub

-- The Redwood Region Climate and Community Resilience Hub (Redwood CORE Hub) has selected Katerina Oskarsson, Ph.D. to lead a groundbreaking collaborative effort to help attract new resources to the Redwood region to reduce the many impacts of climate emergency, while lowering the emissions that cause climate change.

HAF+WRCF demonstrates diversity and regional commitment with new Board appointments

New directors: Dr. Keith Flamer, Alex Azaki-McNeill and Alan Nidiffer

Community Foundation Stands United with Native American Leaders to End Humanitarian Crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous People

Humboldt Area Foundation and Wild Rivers Community Foundation are standing with Tribal communities in the Pacific Redwoods region to mark Missing and Murdered Indigenous People’s (MMIP) Awareness Day.

2022 Feria de Inmigración / Immigration Fair

Información de la Feria de Inmigración de Caridades Católicas // Immigration Fair Event information from Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa

HAF+WRCF Offers Local Training for Federal Grant Applications

Intensive grant-development course gives Del Norte and Curry County community leaders a better shot at landing federal grant dollars.

New Partnership Looks to Boost Regional Capacity for Public and Private Investment

HAF+WRCF and AEDC partnership uses innovative model to bolster economic development with eye toward equity, environment, and a just economy.

2022 Scholarship Season Open January 14 through March 1

The Humboldt Area Foundation & Wild Rivers Community Foundation Universal Scholarship Application opens January 14. Applications will continue to be accepted until March 1, 2022.

Holiday Funding Partnership Grant Program Provides $71,115 in Grants

The Humboldt Area Foundation and Wild Rivers Community Foundation have awarded 62 grants through the 2021 Holiday Funding Partnership Grant Program. A total of $71,115.29 was disbursed to charitable organizations and projects.

Victor Thomas Jacoby Award Recognizes Local Visionary Artists

Three Eureka artists are winners of the 2021 Victor Thomas Jacoby award for artistic vision and creativity. Winners receive $10,000 each to support their work.

Make the Most of Your Year-End Charitable Giving

At Humboldt Area Foundation & Wild Rivers Community Foundation, we continue to be inspired by the resilience and tenacity of local organizations despite the challenges of the last two years. In addition, we have deep gratitude for the generosity of donors who continue to step up and support them with financial gifts.

Grant boosts immigrant legal services in Humboldt and Del Norte

Catholic Charities efforts to provide legal services to individuals and families navigating the immigration and visa system in Del Norte and Humboldt counties were extended an extra year by a $15,000 grant from the Humboldt Area Foundation and Wild Rivers Community Foundation.

Final Call for Applications—Trinity Trust Offers Grants for Urgent Needs; Deadline Oct. 15, 2021

Community members are invited to apply for grants through the Trinity Trust’s Community Response Grant Program by Friday, Oct. 15, 2021. Community Response Grants are designed to help projects where a small investment can make a lasting difference. Additional guidelines are available on the grant application, which can be found at

New Redwood CORE Hub Proposes Ambitious ‘Carbon Negative’ Goal for 2030

Announcing the launch of the new HAF initiative, the Redwood Region Climate And Community Resilience Hub.


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