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https://vimeo.com/98246070 Update on "The S Word" The documentary film "The S Word," featuring stories of courage and insight shared by survivors of suicide attempts, will be screened at Clover Theater in Cloverdale on March 19 at 7 p.m. It will be hosted by the Alexander Valley Film...

Over the past few months we have heard from many of you about the critical work you are doing to address the myriad of impacts the fires have had on our community. We’d like to hear from you about how we move forward toward a just...

After a disaster happens in a community--and the immediate danger has passed--a long term recovery group is created. A collaborative network of nonprofits, faith-based organizations, and government agencies, the group works in partnership with FEMA to ensure a coordinated recovery effort. Our long term recovery group,...

Welcome to our new Philanthropic Planning Assistant, Emily Johnson! Emily comes from a history of personal communication and hands-on managing – which, combined with her interest in philanthropy, makes her a perfect fit for the Community Foundation Sonoma County. As a Philanthropic Planning Assistant, Emily supports...

We are honored to remember our friend and donor Richard Kunde, who passed away last week at the age of 75. Richard and his late wife Saralee became donors to Community Foundation Sonoma County in 1995, and we highlighted their legacy of giving in our...

Welcome to our new Communications Director, Caitlin Childs! Caitlin Childs developed a deep love of community service in high school, and co-founded her first non-profit organization at 18. She studied political science at San Francisco State University while volunteering every weekend to cook and serve food...

The North Bay Business Journal recognized Community Foundation Sonoma County CEO Beth Brown as a visionary committed to the well-being of Sonoma County. On October 31, 2017, she was awarded the Nonprofit Leadership Award for executives. Her skills and passion couldn't come at a better time...

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