The Claremont Community Foundation strengthens our community by making grants to fund important needs in Claremont and beyond.
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Nonprofit community organizations serving Claremont and the surrounding communities in the Inland Valley are invited to submit proposals for Grant awards. Submission deadline is November 5, 2014. An optional applicant workshop will be held on Thursday, October 16 at the Foundation office, 205 Yale Avenue, Claremont. Prospective applicants can call 909.398.1060 or email email@example.com to reserve a seat.
The Claremont Community Foundation (CCF) seeks an Executive Director to provide dynamic leadership and to build upon the successes of CCF's first 25 years. This executive will increase philanthropic support from individuals, foundations, and businesses; strengthen outreach efforts to prospective donors; enhance CCF’s reputation and mission locally and in neighboring cities; develop CCF’s strategic direction, in consultation with the Board of Directors; establish initiatives to fulfill its mission; safeguard its financial health; ensure its compliance with best practices of community foundations; and increase its visibility and prominence. This executive will also direct CCF’s major events and annual fund drive that yield income for grants to community non-profit organizations; manage CCF’s finances, working closely with the President and Board; and supervise a part time administrative assistant.
Executive Director, Nickia Cleaves honored by Senator Carol Liu. Check out our photos from the event on Facebook.
Please join us Friday, October 3, 2014 from 6-8pm for a reception in honor of Althea Sachs and her show "Negative = Positive II". This show will be up throughout the month of October.