The 5th annual ieSonoma: innovate | educate takes place this year on June 12th at Sonoma Country Day School. ieSonoma was founded in 2013 as a partnership between the Sonoma County Office of Education, Sonoma State University, and Sonoma Country Day School for the purpose...

In March 2017, Community Foundation Sonoma County hosted the second annual Women's Leadership Circle Retreat for Sonoma County nonprofit executives. The retreat is designed to support leaders through networking, self-care, and mutual support and expertise. Beth Brown, President and CEO of Community Foundation Sonoma County facilitated...

Nearly a century ago, poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay wrote, “I will be the gladdest thing under the sun! I will touch a hundred flowers and not pick one.” Although development has overtaken swaths of the wild hillsides and meadows of Sonoma County,...

Some organizations offer lavish parties or other year-end perks to their employees. At Community Foundation Sonoma County, the best perk for our staff is the opportunity to make grants to local nonprofits in our community which are personally meaningful to them. While we have so many...

In Sonoma County we consider ourselves lucky to escape the snowy, downright freezing weather that many of our fellow Americans contend with over the winter months. But that’s also taking for granted a dry, warm place to call home that insulates us from the elements....

We couldn’t be more proud. Ceres Community Project and founder Cathryn Couch have been featured by CNN’s Hero series. The honor put Ceres in the national spotlight along with 24 other nonprofits and showcases the work Ceres does to provide healthy, life-sustaining food to Sonoma County...

We are pleased to announce that we are currently accepting applications for the iREAD Competitive Grants Program. For more information click here. Significant research shows that reading aloud to children from day one is the single most important thing a parent can do to help a...

In 2015 the Community Foundation Sonoma County established the Latino Leadership Fund, recognizing the opportunity to act as a catalyst in building diverse leadership so that our future leaders reflect the demographics of the communities they are serving. Through the grants we make with this...

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