Wild Rivers Community Foundation



The Wild Rivers Community Foundation was established in 2004 to improve the quality of life for residents of the Wild Rivers Region of Del Norte County, California and Curry County Oregon. The Foundation serves as a vehicle that enables private citizens, their families and friends to realize their plans and dreams for their communities.



    

Recent News from Wild Rivers Community Foundation


THE ECONEWS REPORT: Community Benefits from Offshore Wind? | Lost Coast Outpost
Foundation: Wild Rivers Community Foundation

... in 2021 by regional leaders in climate resilience and it's based and incubated at the Humboldt Area and Wild Rivers Community...more

Letter: We did it | Opinion | currypilot.com
Foundation: Wild Rivers Community Foundation

Wild Rivers Community Foundation. Many, many volunteers! Together - we did it! Rev. Sister Cora Rose. Love. 0. Funny. 0. Wow. 0. Sad. 0. Angry....more

Rails deliver more band instruments for Del Norte schools | Community | triplicate.com
Foundation: Wild Rivers Community Foundation

Money for the new instruments comes from the Nick and Lisa Rail Fund established at the Wild Rivers Community Foundation. The fund is focused...more

Historic lease sale for offshore wind In California advances | News | triplicate.com
Foundation: Humboldt Area Foundation, Wild Rivers Community Foundation

... Community Resilience Hub (CORE Hub), an incubated program of the Humboldt Area Foundation and the Wild Rivers Community Foundation...more

$10K in grant funding available to local Humboldt artists - KRCR
Foundation: Humboldt Area Foundation, Wild Rivers Community Foundation

... one year after Jacoby's death in 1997, and are sponsored by Humboldt Area Foundation and Wild Rivers Community...more

Business briefs | Clarity watermelon production expands; well being grants available
Foundation: Humboldt Area Foundation, Wild Rivers Community Foundation

Humboldt Health Foundation prioritizes funding for organizations and groups that support the health and wellbeing of Black, Indigenous, and people...more

Wild Rivers Community Foundation Survey Seeks Info From Unemployed, Out-of-School ...
Foundation: Wild Rivers Community Foundation

The Wild Rivers Community Foundation hopes to hear from a segment of the population that is difficult to reach — youth ages 16-24 who...more



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Co-founders William Mann and David Mravyan devised the Sensimat during a mandatory project for their MBA at the Richard Ivey School of Business in Canada. Sensimat is a device that helps manage and assess pressure among wheelchair users.




Federal Government Grant and Assistance Programs



Edited by: Michael Saunders

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