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Total Charitable Assets - $387 Million

Total Funds Established - 370

Overall Grants Distributed in 2023 - $22 Million

Total Grants Since Inception

$311 Million

How Can We Help?

Welcome to the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington. Our donors and staff are a charitable force for regional good, and together we help make our community a better place for all. Join us and discover how your impact on southwest Washington can become lasting and effective.

30 Years of Giving

With three decades of community philanthropy in the books, we asked some of our donors and leaders to tell the story of the Community Foundation. The result shows that our sustained success is the result of a very generous community and a clear vision. Let’s work together to continue building a stronger, more vibrant southwest Washington.

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