Community Services

These funds support services that benefit the entire community, including public safety, public services and economic development.

Project Biggs

Our focus, our passion, our entire reason for existing is to create a beautiful new community. A place that we are proud to call our hometown, and where the citizens actively contribute to the betterment of the people. We commit to making sure that every project that we touch improves the quality of life in the City of Biggs.

Radio Chico/Redding Radio Community Partners Foundation

Contact: Robert Wolf   Fund Purpose The primary purpose of this fund is to address public needs through raising awareness and...
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Ron and Alice Reed Family Foundation

Contact: Alexa Benson-Valavanis 530.891.1150 x. 28 Purpose One of the focus areas of the Ron and Alice Reed Family Foundation is...
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Six Degrees Coffee – Camp Fire Relief Fund

To help those that have lost their homes and businesses, evacuees and first responders recover from the devastation of the Camp Fire.
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Society Co.

Society Co. is a nonprofit startup studio that builds social enterprises. We unite social entrepreneurs with other impact leaders, spark world changing collaborations, and deliver solutions to society's most pressing challenges.

Steve Harrison and Linda Zorn Foundation

Contact: Linda L. Zorn   Fund Purpose Promotion of cycling, youth cycling development, environmental causes, and the arts.    

Stiefvater Senior Endowment

The Emil & Leonora Stiefvater Senior Endowment exists to support the emotional, physical, and/or spiritual needs of older adults. Its grant program provides financial and infrastructure support to nonprofit organizations that serve seniors.

STOP Trafficking Foundation

Contact: Brenda Sherman   Fund Purpose: Public education about human trafficking, assistance to victims.   More Info: STOP Trafficking Foundation’s goal...
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The Alex Project

Contact: Daniel Strauss   Fund Purpose The Alex Project promotes text messaging access to lifesaving crisis center services. The Alex Project...
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The Stream Team

As a regional leader in natural resource protection efforts, The Stream Team has significantly improved locally-led dialogue and coordination toward greater conservation of natural resources in the North State. The Stream Team provides opportunities for citizens, schools and community organizations to participate in restoring stream-side habitats, monitoring water quality and implementing Low Impact Development (LID) strategies that reduce water quality impacts associated with storm water runoff pollution. Your support will help us: 1) maintain and replace water quality sampling equipment and supplies (calibration fluids), and laboratory costs; 2) provide supplies for Clean Water Science Ambassador Program in Butte County schools (native plants, rain gages, gloves, boots, field trips); 3) provide volunteer training and educational workshops; 4) support monthly water quality monitoring; 5) provide storm water education and outreach; and 6) prepare and manage water quality grants.

Women’s March on Washington in Chico

On January 20, 2018 the Women’s March on Chico will unite again along with multiple other marches nationally to reaffirm our commitment to building a positive and just future for all, and to celebrate inspiring resistance efforts over the last year. The National March will happen on the same day in Washington, DC and in other cities across the United States. We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families -- recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country" We will meet at the City Plaza at 11:00 a.m.. Everyone interested in women's rights and human rights are invited.

You Know You’re From Chico Festival

The primary purpose of this fund is to provide a fun and family friendly festival with live music, local arts & crafts and local non-profits to promote the feeling of community.