The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington has selected Matt Morton as the organization’s fifth president. Morton will take the helm on April 18, 2022, succeeding Jennifer Rhoads who led the organization for nearly a decade.
Morton currently works as the Equitable Education Portfolio Director at Meyer Memorial Trust, where he leads Oregon’s largest private philanthropic grantmaking …Learn More
The Community Foundation is returning to normal operations in accordance with the Washington Ready plan.
Our office is currently open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. excluding holidays. To welcome visitors back to our office we are following guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and our state …Learn More
The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington opened nonprofit registration for Give More 24!, the region’s largest online giving event, which is scheduled for September 23, 2021. Nonprofits can learn more and register to participate at GiveMore24.org before the registration deadline on June 30, 2021.
Registration opened with a virtual event attended by about 150 nonprofit professionals and volunteers. To participate a nonprofit must serve Clark, Cowlitz or Skamania Counties …Learn More
In light of the increase in anti-Asian violence during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington has compiled the following resources. We hope they help you learn about and take action against the racism, discrimination and violence that Asians and Asian Americans experience. In addition, we’ve provided ways to donate to local and national organizations working to counteract discrimination and uplift affected communities.
1. Learn and Share
Learning is one thing we can all do at any time. There’s a …Learn More