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Fund Name Description
PCF
Emerging Needs Fund The Peninsula Community Foundation's work in nonprofit resource development, homelessness, early child development and most recently in neighborhood revitalization is changing the Peninsula landscape and impacting the quality of life for the residents who live here. The energy and hope being generated is greater than ever. Your contribution to the Emerging Needs Fund allows us to quickly respond to the issues most affecting our area's quality of life.
Neighborhood Revitalization Fund The Foundation is working with citizens and local governments to create new strategies for strengthening our oldest neighborhoods. Too many of our older neighborhoods are physically deteriorating, while their residents struggle to attain financial stability. Education levels are often well below the city averages in these neighborhoods and residents often feel unsafe. We are bringing together nonprofit, government and Foundation resources to reverse these trends and create a stronger, safer community.
Education/Workforce Development Fund ​We currently manage eleven scholarship programs that serve a variety of students on the Peninsula. Last year we provided 87 local youth with over $144,000 to attend college. The Foundation has also created an internship program with the purpose of bringing our scholars back to the Peninsula.
Impact 100 Greater Peninsula Impact 100 Greater Peninsula is a collaborative effort that champions the power of women working and giving together to improve our community. Our Mission is to provide transformative giving in the Greater Peninsula region through an annual collective financial investment. We welcome all women to participate and have their voice heard to make our community a better place to live. Annual membership dues are as follows: Individual: $1,100 / Circle of 2: $550 / Circle of 3: $366.67 / Circle of 4: $275
Daily Press Holiday Fund The Holiday Fund began in 1929 with a mission to help the poorest Peninsula area families with gifts for children. During the Great Depression, the fund broadened its focus to include fuel, food and clothing. In the years since, the fund has emphasized helping needy families especially during the holidays but also throughout the year.
Early Childhood Venture Fund Tragically, many thousands of children living on the Peninsula lack what is considered to be the most basic building blocks in their early years. This is why the Peninsula Community Foundation is organizing a collaborative impact approach that promises to change the course of early childhood development. We invite you to help us change the future of our children in need.
Leadership Society The Peninsula Community Foundation's Leadership Society A group of concerned community leaders, joining together for the greatest collective impact and making a difference in the lives of our citizens. We can’t accomplish what we need to do without the essential support from community leaders like you. Help us sustain and grow our capacity to serve larger populations. Only then can we provide the essential tools they need to become successful citizens.
Peninsula Community Foundation General Fund The Peninsula Community Foundation's work in nonprofit resource development, homelessness, early child development and most recently in neighborhood revitalization is changing the Peninsula landscape and impacting the quality of life for the residents who live here. The energy and hope being generated is greater than ever. Your contribution to the Emerging Needs Fund allows us to quickly respond to the issues most affecting our area's quality of life.
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