SJICF Helps Build Sustainable Nonprofits

The San Juan Island Community Foundation is more than just a local grant maker. It’s a nonprofit dedicated to bringing together the financial resources of individuals and families to support the missions of local nonprofits. In turn, these organizations fill the many needs of our community through programs that nourish, enrich and inspire the lives of all San Juan islanders.

In late 2019, SJICF launched a new brown bag luncheon series for local nonprofit staff and board members. This season’s focus: building a sustainable nonprofit.

Representatives from 22 local nonprofits from a wide variety of interest areas joined SJICF at the Grange Hall to learn the basics of planning for and building an endowment fund.

Part 2 of the series will be held March 19th at the Grange Hall from 11:30am to 1pm. A brief overview of Part 1 will be reviewed as well as information about other ways to build sustainability. These include marketing tools for legacy gifts and case studies for successful endowment campaigns. As always, the session will include time to network with nonprofit peers.

If you wish to join the series, please email Amy Saxe-Eyler at amy@sjicf.org to be added to the upcoming session. Nonprofit board members are welcome and encouraged to attend.

SJICF – Your Partner in Philanthropy

SJICF is part of a larger group of more than 750 community foundations operating in every state in the USA. Nonprofit education and grants are just a few of a long menu of services offered to the San Juan Island community, including:

  • Charitable fund management for donors and nonprofits
  • Grants to sustain and enhance nonprofits
  • Scholarships for local students
  • Nonprofit campaign fundraising and general support
  • Legacy and “living legacy” donor options tailored to personal philanthropic goals

For more information, call Carrie Unpingco at 360-378-1001 or visit sjicf.org.

Posted on February 28, 2020 at 5:48 am by

Categories: Community

No comments yet. Be the first!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

By submitting a comment you grant the San Juan Update a perpetual license to reproduce your words and name/web site in attribution. Inappropriate, irrelevant and contentious comments may not be published at an admin's discretion. Your email is used for verification purposes only, it will never be shared.

Receive new post updates: Entries (RSS)
Receive followup comments updates: RSS 2.0
%d bloggers like this: