If you're someone who:  Is a mission-driven philanthropic professional who embraces collaboration, open communication, and constructive team partnerships Has been told on more than one occasion that you are an excellent active and empathetic listener Shows up with a sense of purpose, heart, and authenticity Embraces an analytical work strategy, coupled with compassion for the challenges inherent in the...

Community Foundation Sonoma County’s board of directors has appointed a search committee to identify CFSC’s next president and CEO. The committee’s work has begun in earnest, developing a transparent, equity-centered process to guide the entire search. The committee announced the selection of an executive search...

About Community Foundation Sonoma County Based in Santa Rosa, CA, CFSC has, for the last 39 years, leveraged its local knowledge and love of place to bring together community-minded donors and diverse nonprofit grantees to catalyze change in disaster response, health and human services, education, environment,...

Sonoma County educational leaders and partners in the nonprofit world are digging into an unprecedented amount of feedback on how our schools are meeting the needs of students, staff, and parents and guardians. As part of a monthlong survey campaign that wrapped up in late January,...

The Sonoma County Vintners Foundation’s Sonoma County Wine Auction brings together caring vintners, growers and donors to support all communities across Sonoma County. The Sonoma County Vintners Foundation Community Grants program is a broadly accessible, responsive grants program to address the most pressing needs in our communities, offering...

We are delighted to welcome Sheryl Alexander to our team this week. Sheryl joins us as our Interim CEO, a role she is well prepared for with past leadership experience that includes serving as President and CEO at Inland Empire Community Foundation, among other leadership...

After announcing Beth's departure back in December, our staff and board offered bon voyage toasts to our very own Elizabeth Brown this week. As we celebrate Beth’s nine years of leadership and wish her the very best in her coming role with the Arthur M....

Living in Sonoma County is expensive. The high cost of living makes it challenging for low- income residents to cover their basic human needs—a situation made worse by the compounding effects of the wildfires, coronavirus pandemic, and subsequent inflation. Families are increasingly forced to choose...

PRESS RELEASE New study on local well-being, inequities to be unveiled at Jan. 26 launch event for Portrait of Sonoma County SANTA ROSA, CA — A detailed look at the well-being of people living in Sonoma County will be released to the public on Jan. 26 in...

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