Give Back, Get involved
The first Community Foundation was established over 100 years ago, Community Foundations are set up to improve their local community and provide a means to remember a loved one or give back to the community that you have made your home?
A Community Foundation offers individuals and their families, corporations and other agencies a wealth of insight into the social, cultural, and recreational needs of their community. They bring with them years of experience in setting up and managing endowment funds and offers a tangible expression of what it means to give back and get involved in your community.
Would you like to assist in some of the activities of the Foundation as a volunteer?
North Shore Mayors’ Golf Tournament
Our annual North Shore Mayors’ Golf Tournament could use a few helping hands both prior to and during the event.
Or you might be interested in assisting with review of grant applications received.
Serve as a board member
Are you active in the community and wish to give something back to make the North Shore a better place? You might consider volunteering to serve as a board member with the Foundation.
Ways to Give
Gifts to the Foundation can be made during your lifetime or after your death. You may make a gift to:
establish a new fund for the charitable purposes specified by you. To start a new fund, we need a minimum donation of $10,000, received as a lump sum or in installments over a period of time. The fund can be tailored to your specific interests and wishes.
- be added to an existing fund to be chosen by the Board of Directors
- a specific existing fund
WAYS YOU CAN DONATE
Donate in support of an area currently supported by the Foundation. We have a number of existing endowment funds that support specific programs in our community.
Considering establishing an endowment?
If you are considering setting up your own fund by making a bequest or endowment, our Foundation can assist you with drafting your fund agreement and then managing your donation, alleviating the burden of administering the fund. If you wish to do so or wish to discuss this with the Foundation please contact us directly.