|Donate||Richard Ostrander Foundation for Youth Sports
Richard dedicated much of his life to his family and the greater Kitsap County youth sports organizations. His hard work and dedication resulted in the official naming of Ostrander Field in Bremerton, the current home of North Perry Pee Wees. With his passing in 2022, this fund was established to continue his passion for supporting youth sports in the Kitsap County area for improvements, financial assistance, and necessary boosts to needful organizations.
|Donate||Shirley Hecker Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship has been created to memorialize Shirley Hecker, who passed away in December 2021, after a short battle with cancer. Shirley worked as a bus driver and more recently a custodian with the North Kitsap School District until her retirement in May 2021. Shirley’s family would like her memory to live on by providing scholarships to students in the North Kitsap School District. Shirley enjoyed interacting with many of the students at the schools she worked at, and she would be honored to assist some of them with funds to help in their pursuit of higher education.
|Kitsap Community Foundation Operations|
If you make an annual donation of $1,000 or more to KCF in support of our mission, you will become a Cornerstone of the Foundation. Gifts of all sizes are welcome and appreciated.
To support KCF programs and operations. Select this fund to support our general operations.
An endowed fund that will provide funding in perpetuity for local nonprofits through our competitive grants process.
|Donate||Jonny Haywood Memorial Foundation
Please help us honor Jonny Haywood's memory and legacy. This fund has been created by his family and community to support Jonny's passion for youth sports, especially baseball.
|Donate||KCF Youth Fund
Through our competitive grant process, funds are available for qualified charitable and educational programs for the youth of Kitsap County and other emerging youth issues that may arise.
|Donate||Kitsap Environmental Stewardship Fund
Grants from this Fund may be made only for the purpose of supporting environmental stewardship on the Kitsap Peninsula with preference to be given to the protection of nature, environmental education of children, and benefit of wild birds. Grants from this Fund shall be made by the Foundation through the Foundation's annual competitive grant process or a different grant process as determined by the Foundation.
|Donate||Kitsap Racial Equity & Empowerment Fund (KREEF)
A diverse representation of community leaders have come together as a Steering Committee in partnership with Kitsap Community Foundation and United Way of Kitsap County to launch a new focus area of the Unity in the Community Kitsap COVID-19 Response Fund called the Kitsap Racial Equity and Empowerment Fund. There is an ongoing need to address systemic inequities, which disproportionately impact Black and other marginalized communities. Meanwhile, there is an urgent need to address how these inequities are amplified by COVID-19, with increased disproportionate adverse impacts on the Black community. We are in a cycle where awareness of systemic racism and anti-Blackness is increasingly being acknowledged; now is the time for a focus on racial equity.
|Donate||Kitsap Small Business Response Fund
All six Kitsap Chambers of Commerce have been working together since the shutdown to support ALL local businesses, not just their members. During this unprecedented blow to our local economy, our chambers have been providing the information and tools that our local businesses need to access emergency funding, to reopen safely and continue to operate safely in the weeks and months to come.
However, as 501c6 non-profits, chambers have not been included in access to most of that same federal and state emergency funding. Their operating income is derived from membership dues and fundraising events, both of which have been hugely impacted by COVID-19. They have continued their very important work for and on behalf of local businesses in their respective communities, but fear what a decline in membership and cancellation of events will mean for their ability to continue to provide support to distressed businesses.
The Kitsap Small Business Response Fund will allow chambers to keep providing education and other support related to COVID-19 to all local businesses, including current guidelines for specific industries, PPE resources, and procurement, and participation signage to promote their own efforts. By donating to the Kitsap Small Business Response Fund, you will help us make sure our local businesses have the information and tools they need to recover and thrive. Help us help our local businesses by supporting the Kitsap Small Business Response Fund.
|Donate||Unity in the Community Kitsap's COVID-19 Response Fund
The Unity in the Community COVID-19 Response Fund is managed by Kitsap Community Foundation and United Way of Kitsap County and funded by a coalition of philanthropy and business partners on the Kitsap Peninsula with the purpose of helping our local nonprofits respond to this epidemic and maintain their own Resilience.
For more information, click here.
|Donate||KCF Annual Grant Fund
Provides grants during the current year's grant cycle to local nonprofits.
|Donate||West Sound Cycling Club Pump Track Project
Build a Pump Track in Bremerton Visit any pump track and the first thing you’ll notice is that they are a magnet for kids of all ages. Two year-olds on their balance bikes run up the “hills” of the track and coast happily down the other side. 10 year-olds are racing around the track without peddling and catching air on the jump line. It can be very busy - van loads of kids will arrive during off-school hours. A pump track is an amazing skills development playground for any budding cyclist!
|Women's Giving Circle of Kitsap Peninsula|
|Donate||Women's Giving Circle ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP DUES
Your Annual Membership Dues donation for the Women's Giving Circle of the Kitsap Peninsula is tax-deductible, and greatly appreciated!
Step 1.If you are paying your annual dues in full, select “One-time Donation Amount” and enter the amount being paid today. If you want to pay your dues in installments, use the "Recurring Donation Amount" box and enter the information. Step 2. Click the “Add to Cart” button to continue with credit card information. Optional.The Women's Giving Circle would love to know your birth month and day. Please share in the Notes box if you choose.
If you have any questions, contact Shaine at 360-698-3622 or email@example.com. Thank you for joining!
|Donate||Women's Giving Circle DONATIONS
Your donation supports the mission of the WGCKP to support women and/or children on the Kitsap Peninsula now and in the future. Your tax-deductible donation is greatly appreciated. To direct how your donation is used, type one of the following: *Operations, *Endowment Fund, *Sponsor a Member in the "Notes" box below. If you have questions, please call 360-698-3622 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Three Ways to Pay
1. Pay ONLINE with Credit CardEnter the amount in one of the boxes below. Then click "Add to Cart" button to continue with credit card information.
2. Call 360-398-3622 to pay over the phone.3. Mail check payable to Women's Giving Circle or (WGC), PO Box 3670, Silverdale, WA 98383.
NOTE: To pay your ANNUAL DUES, please click here here. If you have any questions, contact 360-698-3622 or email@example.com.
|Donate||Kitsap Alliance FC Scholarship
|Donate||Maria Mercedes Mackovjak Memorial Artist Scholarship
This scholarship has been created to memorialize Maria Mercedes Mackovjak who lost her life to pancreatic cancer in 2022. Mercedes was a master picture framer of 27 years and was the owner and manager of Old Town Custom Framing and Gallery in Silverdale & Bremerton, WA. She was very active in promoting Art in the Kitsap community working with numerous businesses and city organizations to encourage the incorporation and support of artists.
|Donate||Rosemary Goodhue Memorial Scholarship Fund
Rosemary (Rose) was an Occupational Therapist in the Bainbridge Island School District from 1998 to 2019. She worked with students from preschool to age 21 and had a life changing impact on them and the lives of their families. Rose recognized an increased need for services, training, and equipment for students in high school. She was adamant that all students of high school age have full access to needed resources and support. The intent of the Rosemary Goodhue Memorial Scholarship Fund is to support the unmet needs of individual students in grades 9th through 12th who receive special education services at Bainbridge Island High School.