|Fundraising||Annual donation of $1,000 or more to KCF in support of our mission.|
|KCF Operations||To support KCF programs and operations. Select this fund to support our general operations.|
|Women's Giving Circle of Kitsap Peninsula|
|Women's Giving Circle of the Kitsap Peninsula Annual Giving Fund||This is the webpage to use to pay your membership dues for the Women's Giving Circle of the Kitsap Peninsula. Your dues are a tax-deductible donation. To pay your dues, type in the amount you are paying in the box below under one-time Donation Amount, click on "Add to Cart," then click on "Checkout", and follow the prompts from there. If you want to pay your dues in installments, use the "Recurring Donation Amount" choice below. If you have any questions, contact Shaine at 360-698-3622 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for joining!|
|Women's Giving Circle Operations|
|Bremerton Symphony Association Fund||Distributions are made to Bremerton Symphony Association by donor designation|
|DRC of Kitsap County Endowment||Endowment to support the Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap County|
|Holly Ridge Center Endowment Fund|
|Leadership Kitsap Endowment Fund|
|Operating Endowment||Endowment that offsets the Foundation's future operating costs, thereby maximizing KFC's philanthropic force in the county|
|Port Orchard Tornado Relief Fund||The fund will be used to help people cover the costs of a natural disaster like this that are not covered by insurance, such as debris removal, temporary housing, hot meals, etc. The United Way will coordinate the use of the donated funds with the Red Cross, Salvation Army, and any other organizations involved in relief efforts.|
|Barnacles & Bees|
|Coffee for Hope||A non-profit documentary about The Coffee Oasis, and the homeless and at-risk teens whose lives they are affecting throughout Kitsap County. The film will follow a group of teens who are trying to better their lives with support from The Coffee Oasis, as well as the staff who are helping the youth overcome their adversities and achieve their goals. With your support, we will show communities across the nation how one small business can make a world of difference.|
|Eat Local First Olympic Peninsula||
The Eat Local First campaign strengthens Olympic Peninsula farms and producers by engaging the community through education, promotion, and access to build a diverse and vibrant local food economy.CAMPAIGN GOALS
|Local Food Trust||Thank you for your support of The Local Food Trust! We are working with key constituents to identify needs in our community and cultivate investment partnerships. Your donation will help support staff time to develop strategies and ensure that direct operational assistance can be offered to our local food actors starting in the second quarter of 2017. The Local Food Trust has partnered with the Kitsap Community Foundation as our fiscal sponsor. Donations to The Local Food Trust can be made through KCF and are a tax deductible.|
|Saint Francis Center Fund||"Saint Francis Center - a place of Refuge and Healing"is to be a "Homeless Center". The purpose of this "Homeless Center" is to provide emergency and long-term room and board for homeless in the area. The long-term component is for those who wish to: be healed of the traumatic events in their lives, participate in drug and alcohol treatment programs, receive schooling or training, become employed, taught personal budgeting skills, and save money to eventually get their own apartment; thus, leaving the program, able to stand on their own.|
|Salish Recovery Coalition|
|Kitsap County Sheriff's Benevolent Foundation (KCSBF)|
|Kitsap County Sheriff's Benevolent Foundation Benevolent Fund||Supporting Kitsap County Sheriff's Benevolent Foundation causes.|
|Kitsap County Sheriff's Benevolent Foundation Citizens on Patrol|
|Kitsap County Sheriff's Benevolent Foundation Community Outreach||Supporting Kitsap County Sheriff's Benevolent Foundation causes.|
|Kitsap County Sheriff's Benevolent Foundation (KCSBF)||General Fund - supporting KCSBF general operations|
|Kitsap County Sheriff's Benevolent Foundation Scholarship Funds||To provide college financial assistance to students who have career aspirations in law enforcement.|
|Officer Safety, Training, Equip & Tech -Kitsap County Sheriff's Benevolent Foundation|
|Bill and Cheryl Benson Foundation||
The Bill and Cheryl Benson Foundation would like to buy books for Olympic College students who are unable to afford their own books. This is a reality for many students attending Olympic College or who wish to attend.Please donate to the Bill and Cheryl Benson Foundation. They will use your donated funds to purchase books for Olympic College students in need. The Bill & Cheryl Benson Foundation is managed by the Kitsap Community Foundation. You can donate with a credit card using the form below or if you prefer to mail a check, make it payable to Kitsap Community Foundation to P.O. Box 3670, Silverdale, WA 98383. Include a notation indicating the donation is for the Bill & Cheryl Benson Foundation.
|Kitsap County Parks Foundation||To support a specific park, please include the name of the park under "Tribute". Then you may make the donation In Honor of "XYZ Park. "|
|Restorative Justice Foundation|
|Tracy Family Foundation|
|Great Give||Give to the Kitsap Great Give - our annual giving day! Kitsap Community Foundation organizes the Kitsap Great Give for free. If you have any problems donating, please call 360.698.6043.|
|Fergus/SPICE||We created The Fergus Fund at the Winslow Animal Clinic to raise money for furry babies who needed help but couldn't t afford it. To date, we have paid nearly $4,000 for the care and treatment of kitties and doggies at WAC.|
|Healthy Start Kitsap||To provide grants to the Kitsap Public Health District's Nurse-Family Partnership.|
|Kitsap School Lunch Fund||Kitsap, our local school districts are in need of our help! Please join me in helping make sure no child gets turned away at lunch time for having no funds. My School Lunch Fund campaign is ran through our local Kitsap Community Foundation. Each donation made will contribute 100% to our 5 school districts in Kitsap County.|
|Kitsap Sun Bellringer Fund||Readers have helped the Kitsap Sun Bellringer raise money for local food banks for nearly a century, the continuation of a tradition that pre-dates the founding of the Bremerton Sun newspaper. Every December our readers and other friends raise amounts that have topped $100,000 to be distributed now among nine local food banks, including the Salvation Army, St. Vincent DePaul, and those in Belfair, South Kitsap, Bremerton, Central Kitsap, Poulsbo, Kingston and Bainbridge Island.
The money raised will be donated to the food banks in January, to help each agency restock the shelves after the holiday season and start 2018 in a positive way. Thank you for your support from the entire staff of the Kitsap Sun.
|Manette Park Improvement Project Fund||Funds to redevelop the Manette Park/Playfield. If you are purchasing a brick, please write "Brick Donation" under comment.|
|Powers Family Foundation (Bonnie Schober Powers Memorial Fund)|
Bainbridge Self Storage presents SPICE (Saving Pets in Crisis Everywhere) and The Fergus Fund. We are a small group of people who are taking action to be of some assistance in the event of a natural disaster. The supplies that we gather will not save the world but they will save and help some community. The monies we raise are not staggering amounts but those monies will allow us to purchase animal food and medical supplies when we need to. We are one small group of people but we hope that we can spread out into other communities to form SPICE groups in Poulsbo, Suquamish, Sklallam, Silverdale, Bremerton, Port Orchard. Our aim is simple. To assist with Saving Pets In Crisis Everywhere.
|Stephen A. Wald Memorial Fund|
|The Lost Continent||Click here for more information on Phase 2 of The Lost Continent|
|Bremerton High School Pay it Forward Scholarship||
A scholarship specifically for an underrepresented segment of Bremerton High School grads--those with 2.5 - 3.5 GPAs, who are low-income and among the first in their family to seek further education at college/trade school. We believe these students are viable and have great potential, yet they often are overlooked by other scholarship associations.
BHS PIF scholarship is unique: We give $14K awards. We require each recipient to Pay It Forward by giving 15 hours of community service each year. Character/ motivation are more important to us than perfect GPAs.
|Nicole (Lyle) Tranilla Memorial Scholarship||Need-based scholarship of $500 or more for Central Kitsap female graduating senior pursuing degree in electronics, electrical engineering, computer science, or a related field.|