Yakima Valley Community Foundation



The Yakima Valley Community Foundation (YVCF) began operating as a certified nonprofit organization in December, 2004. Initial funding (approximately $8,000,000) was provided by the Sisters of Providence.


When the Sisters made the decision to sell Providence Yakima Medical Center and Providence Toppenish Hospital, they contributed all assets of Providence Health Foundation to this new, independent foundation to support the well being of Yakima Valley residents.


The purchaser of the hospitals, Health Management Associates, pledged an additional $10,000,000, payable over ten years.

Web Address

www.yvcf.com

Social Media Links

Twitter - @yakimavalleycf


Assets and Giving for Yakima Valley Community Foundation

Assets

2019 - 69,156,852
2018 - 60,411,596
2017 - 65,904,499
Domestic Grants

2019 - 3,641,177
2018 - 3,206,676


    

Recent News from Yakima Valley Community Foundation


Guest Column: Nonprofits Work to Strengthen Local News Choices
Foundation: Yakima Valley Community Foundation

"It's not a journalism problem. It's a democracy problem." That's what a journalism professor at Washington State University in Pullman has to say about the state of local news in Washington...more

Grant will address health equity for Yakima County's Latino population
Foundation: Yakima Valley Community Foundation

The Yakima Valley Community Foundation and the Opportunities Industrialization Center are the recipients of the state...more

2022 State of Reform Federal Health Policy Conference
Foundation: Dell Foundation, Yakima Valley Community Foundation

Genentech, Pioneer Human Services, Yakima Valley Community Foundation. Gilead Sciences, Point B. If you or anyone you know wants to join...more

Historic status considered for Wapato's Filipino Community Hall; celebration planned in ...
Foundation: Yakima Valley Community Foundation

Announcing the event on Friday at the Yakima Valley Community Foundation offices are, from left, Dori Peralta Baker, Lorena Bucsit Silva, Rey...more

APOYO food bank obtains grant funding | News | dailyrecordnews.com
Foundation: Yakima Valley Community Foundation

The 2021 Kittitas Strategic Grant was awarded to APOYO by the Yakima Valley Community Foundation. APOYO received the money, close to $30,000 on July 1...more

A Call for Solidarity and Collective Action: Asian American Philanthropy Letter of Intention | AAPIP
Foundation: Gates Foundation, Blue Shield of California Foundation, Boston Foundation, California Community Foundation, Central Indiana Community Foundation, Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga, Essex County Community Foundation, Initiative Foundation, Jacobs Family Foundation, Kalamazoo Community Foundation, Liberty Hill Foundation, Maine Community Foundation, Marguerite Casey Foundation, Marguerite Casey Foundation, Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, Nellie Mae Education Foundation, New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, Northwest Area Foundation, Omaha Community Foundation, Public Welfare Foundation, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Rose Community Foundation, Sierra Health Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Southwest Initiative Foundation, Stanislaus Community Foundation, Surdna Foundation, California Endowment, Chicago Community Trust, Cleveland Foundation, Columbus Foundation, Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, James Irvine Foundation, Kentucky Foundation for Women, Minneapolis Foundation, Missouri Foundation for Health, Nathan Cummings Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation, San Diego Foundation, San Francisco Foundation, Vermont Community Foundation, Wallace Foundation, Wallace Foundation, Wallace Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, William Penn Foundation, Washington Women's Foundation, Whatcom Community Foundation, William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund, William T. Grant Foundation, Yakima Valley Community Foundation, Irvine Foundation, Wallace Foundation, Open Society Foundations, California Wellness Foundation, Simons Foundation, Central Valley Community Foundation

Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy. As Asian American philanthropic leaders, we are outraged and horrified by the racially...more

Commerce Department announces second round of grants to assist child care programs
Foundation: Yakima Valley Community Foundation

... Friends and Neighbor (FFN) Opportunities for Ongoing Learning project serving Okanogan and Ferry countiesOrcas Island Community...more

Community Child Care Center in Pullman to Receive $62775 Grant to Expand Capacity
Foundation: Yakima Valley Community Foundation

Orcas Island Community Foundation, $68,000 – Collaborative Planning for Early Childhood Education Access and Quality project serving...more

Foundation distributes $2.7M in relief to Yakima Valley nonprofits on a tight timeframe
Foundation: Yakima Valley Community Foundation

The Yakima Valley Community Foundation on Nov. 30 awarded grants to 16 Yakima County nonprofits through an agreement with the...more

Yakima Valley Community Foundation participating in virtual nonprofit showcase
Foundation: Yakima Valley Community Foundation

8, with a live panel discussion on navigating philanthropy in Seattle. ... It's very unusual that community philanthropic organizations work...more



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