Marin Community Foundation (CA)



The mission of the Marin Community Foundation is to encourage and apply philanthropic contributions to help improve the human condition, embrace diversity, promote a humane and democratic society, and enhance the community's quality of life, now and for future generations.

Web Address

www.marincf.org/

Social Media Links

Twitter - @MarinCmtyFdn


Assets and Giving for Marin Community Foundation

Assets

2019 - 649,972,869
2018 - 571,672,594
2017 - 444,817,716
Domestic Grants

2019 - 92,114,992
2018 - 46,512,755


    

Recent News from Marin Community Foundation


Marin Nonprofits Allotted $2.5M through Public Voting Program
Foundation: Marin Community Foundation

"What would you do with $2.5 million dollars to advance racial equity?" That's the question community members in Marin County, Calif., were asked as part of a pilot project to invest in...more

Editorial: Canal Alliance Continues to Connect as It Expands
Foundation: Marin Community Foundation

When the Covid-19 flu pandemic struck, many Latino residents of San Rafael, Calif., were among the "essential" workers in the city. Now, a community nonprofit is taking a big step to help those...more

Editorial: Plan for Emergency Housing in Bolinas Comes at Right Time
Foundation: Marin Community Foundation

Some 60 low-income Latino families in Marin County, Calif., are getting a new home thanks to the efforts of a local nonprofit. The Marin Independent Journal reports that the Bolinas Community...more

Editorial: Marin Community Foundation Changes Reflect Next Steps in Philanthropic Legacy
Foundation: Marin Community Foundation

In 1987, a couple in Marin County, Calif., left $1 billion to the Buck Trust, a charity that has since grown to more than $1 billion. But the couple's wishes weren't exactly spelled out in the...more

Marin Community Foundation Announces Major Changes
Foundation: Marin Community Foundation

The community foundation in Marin County, Calif., that handles hundreds of millions of dollars in donations is shaking up its approach to grantmaking. The Marin Community Foundation, which has $3...more

Report: Nearly 25% of Marin Households Can'T Afford Decent Living
Foundation: Marin Community Foundation

A family of four in Marin County, Calif., needs to make $146,087 a year to afford a decent standard of living, according to a new report from the United Ways of California. That's nearly a...more

Marin Voice: Community Schools Offer Strategy Toward Educational Equity
Foundation: Marin Community Foundation

"We all have a stake in ensuring that every child thrives in school, and that each child in every part of our county has the opportunity to learn and achieve to the best of their ability." Those...more

Marin Health Nonprofit Gets $1M State Grant to Aid Youths
Foundation: Marin Community Foundation

"If you were to investigate the health of pre-colonial people, there was no addiction. Substances were prevalent but they were used with a sense of respect for their ancestors." That's what...more

Bay Area Philanthropy Groups Step Up For Disaster Relief
Foundation: California Community Foundation, Marin Community Foundation, Sacramento Region Community Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, San Francisco Foundation

The ongoing flooding in the San Francisco Bay Area has prompted a call for help from some of the region's biggest donors. The San Francisco Chronicle reports seven community foundationsincluding...more



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