We partner with Whatcom organizations of all shapes and sizes to increase capacity and tackle community needs and challenges.
Beyond grantmaking, we support local organizations with training, networking opportunities, and specialized endowment fund management.
Our team would love to meet with you to share more! Please contact Pamela Jons, Senior Vice President of Learning, Opportunities & Impact, at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a meeting.
Whatcom Nonprofit Network
Whatcom Nonprofit Network (WNN) strengthens local nonprofits by building relationships, sharing resources, and communicating the vital role of the sector in our community. Our monthly newsletter is packed with local, state and national opportunities and resources.
Send content to email@example.com by the first Friday of each month.
Below are just a few of the many local and regional resources we like:
501 Commons provides expertise to nonprofits through 30+ services, including a full range of management consulting; technology consulting (IT planning and database development); outsourced HR, accounting, IT infrastructure, and database management services; professional development and board training; and free information and referral services
Bellingham Public Library Nonprofit Resource Center Information and tools to help grant-seekers find funds and to help nonprofits grow into vital community organizations.
Guide to Public Service Careers includes government, nonprofit, education and NGOs.
Nonprofits need strong, well-equipped leaders. Board Match is designed for people interested in nonprofit board service; it offers a way to give back while advancing professional and personal goals, and it teaches skills for first-time or new board service.
Board Match is currently being redesigned, with plans to relaunch the program in early 2024.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-671-6463 with questions or to be notified of registration details for our next session.
“Kudos to the WCF for stepping up and providing this much needed forum for sharing. I have found it very helpful to hear what other nonprofits are up to.”
– Local Executive Director