Learn about North Valley Community Foundation's work, financials and initiatives through our annual reports and other publications.
Annual Report 2022-2023
The publication highlights the work we did in the past fiscal year in Butte, Glenn, Tehama, Colusa and Plumas counties. We issued more than $15.1 million in grants, scholarships and charitable projects during the year and raised nearly $12.5 million.
Annual Report 2020-2021
North Valley Community Foundation has awarded nearly $45 million in grants for community recovery since the Camp Fire, more than $3 million to address the COVID-19 pandemic and more than $600,000 for Bear/North Complex Fire projects so far. And we are still awarding grants on all fronts.
These are among the interesting items in our 2020-2021 Annual Report, which encompasses the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2021.
Annual Report 2021-2022
NVCF issued $17.2 million in grants in 2021-2022 and raised $11.6 million. Learn more about the vital work we do for our communities in our Annual Report, just released Aug. 1.
Annual Report 2019-2020
More than $22 million was raised by the North Valley Community Foundation in the past year, and more than $25 million in grants were issued for projects that made our world a better place.
These are among the interesting items in our 2019-2020 Annual Report, which encompasses the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2020.
Five Years of Building Hope
For the five-year anniversary of the Camp Fire, as a way to honor this community and the donors who have made so much possible in the recovery, we have created an anniversary report encompassing the work that has been done over the last five years.
Dixie Fire Impact Report
Cooperation has been vital with Dixie Fire recovery efforts. Many organizations received donations from across the country. Sixteen organizations recognized that pooled resources could have a larger impact and organized the Dixie Fire Funders Roundtable. Read about a few of the programs funded by the roundtable.
Strengthening the Safety Net in Butte County
The California Community Foundation and North Valley Community Foundation, with the help of csb consulting, have produced a report titled “Strengthening the Safety Net in Butte County – Findings and Recommendations.”
We hope this thorough and alarming statistical analysis can be a tool for advocacy, collaboration and development of a deeper understanding of how Butte County rebuilds its social safety net after the devastating Camp Fire.
Greenville Town Center Design Guidebook
This guidebook summarizes the Phase 2 work completed by LMNOP Design, SERA Architects and a team of architecture interns throughout the summer of 2023, building off of Phase 0 [Discovery] and 1A [Visioning] reports as well as continued community feedback.
This guidebook was created in service to the community, and is meant to provide Greenville with recommendations for building practices that are in line with community needs.
Six-month Camp Fire Relief & Recovery Report
Read our report to the community on North Valley Community Foundation's Camp Fire relief and recovery effort — with details on $55 million raised $14 million granted by the six-month anniversary, and the long-term strategies for collaboration and grants going forward.
Bear/North Complex Fire Impact Report
The Berry Creek and Feather Falls areas remain in the long-term recovery mode after the Bear Fire in 2020, but more than $1.1 million in grants from NVCF has helped jumpstart the process. Learn more about the projects funded through the North Complex Fire Grant Program.
Disaster Recovery Blueprint for Philanthropic Organizations
NVCF has created a 35-page guide for organizations that are thrust into a disaster response and recovery role after fires, floods and other disasters. The blueprint answers questions about how a small community foundation transformed into the lead philanthropic organization responding to the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history (the Camp Fire) and several other disasters.
Plumas County Social Safety Net Needs Assessment
The need for a social safety net assessment was identified by the Dixie Fire Funders Roundtable. These funders collectively held concerns about the fragility of the safety net in Plumas County in the wake of the devastation of the Dixie Fire. This analysis was made to assist nonprofit organizations open to innovation, adaptive strategies and collaborations to better serve populations most in need.
12-month Camp Fire Response & Recovery Report
Read our 12-month Camp Fire response and recovery snapshot report breaking down approved grants and donation financials within the year following the Camp Fire.
Thrive, A Year in Review
Thrive is NVCF's response to the suffering in our community from decades of trauma compounded by consecutive crises.
It has been a busy, productive year for Thrive, our healing initiative. Learn more about all we are doing and have done by reading this report.