Donor Newsletter

We share your heartbreak and desire to do something in support of our friends and neighbors affected by the devastating Valley Fires. If you would like to make a gift through your donor advised fund at the Community Foundation, please contact your philanthropic advisor to learn...

Be one of the first to enjoy the beautiful new book about Oliver Ranch (supporting organization of the Community Foundation.) The book, Oliver Ranch, by acclaimed art author and curator Joan Simon, chronicles the 30 years of Steve and Nancy Oliver’s development of place-based outdoor...

Community Foundation Sonoma County has expanded our efforts to better serve you. We are pleased to announce our new home at 120 Stony Point Road, Suite 220, Santa Rosa, CA 95401. If you haven’t stopped by for a visit, please give us a call to...

Giving USA reports the fastest recession recovery in the past 40 years; charitable giving rose 5.4% last year to set a new record. An article by the Chronicle of Philanthropy about the study is provides an overview and brief analysis or download a n executive...

The Greater Good for Donors Newsletter is taking a summer vacation while the staff at the Community Foundation prepares to move our offices from downtown Santa Rosa to 120 Stony Point Road. The newsletter will be back in September. What fun plans do you have for...

A Man and His Mountain is a fascinating read not simply because it is remarkable story about how Kendall Jackson rose to be a major force in the national and international wine industries, but it is an even better story about Jess Jackson’s search for...

Impact 100 Redwood Circle, a new giving circle for women, expects to grant a $100,000 impact grant in 2016. Before they can begin granting, however, Founding Members are recruiting new individuals to join. Read the Press Democrat story about their goals and see images from their...

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