In this role, Blake will share with other foundations what she’s learned about addressing community needs in Placer County such as hunger, youth development, literacy, and economic development, as well as best practices for managing a foundation.
“I’m grateful to be working with a dedicated group of colleagues to advance community philanthropy throughout our state,” Blake said of her appointment.
Comprised of 29 community foundations, the purpose of LCCF is to support and strengthen community philanthropy throughout California, with a focus on education and training programs for foundations as well as information sharing and technical assistance.
About Placer Community Foundation
Placer Community Foundation (PCF) grows local giving to strengthen our community by connecting donors who care with causes that matter. Known for sound financial management and knowledge of the nonprofit sector, the Community Foundation continually monitors the region to better understand the nature of local needs, so that it can invest in areas such as arts and culture, education, health and human services, and the environment. The Community Foundation provides regular trainings and technical assistance for the many local nonprofits that are experiencing growing public demand for programs and services. To learn more about establishing charitable funds, visit www.placercf.org