Vote for the WYCF with Chase Bank Giving

Chase Bank is giving away $5 million in donations. Help us win a chance to get chosen for a $25K donation but voting for us through their facebook app! http://www.facebook.com/ChaseCommunityGiving#/ChaseCommunityGiving?v=app_162065369655

Part time job opening at the WYCF!

Hi Everyone, The Wyoming Community Foundation has a job opening. Check it out: Job opening: The Wyoming Community Foundation is seeking a part-time grants administrator to help us with data entry and the general grantmaking and scholarship processes. The…Read More

Check out the WYCF's video on YouTube!

Hi Everyone, Check out the Wyoming Community Foundation's video on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YB1P8fz0Jk The Meeteetse Youth Employment Program is an innovative solution to workforce issues in the tiny town of Meeteetse, Wyo. (population 351).…Read More

Job opening at the WYCF - we want YOU!

The Wyoming Community Foundation is seeking applicants for a full-time office manager/communication officer position. Applications will be accepted immediately, with work starting in mid July. The office manager/communication officer is responsible for both…Read More

Immediate Needs grants for Wyoming food pantires

This morning, the Wyoming Community Foundation announced a $100,000 grantmaking campaign to aid food banks and food pantries around the state. With requests for help being greater than usual, and charitable donations being lower, a program like this is both…Read More

Gift ideas from the WYCF

Hi Everyone, The three big holidays (Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa) are all next week. Do you have all your gift shopping done? If not, why not check out the WYCF's Holiday Giving Catalog 2008? It's online at…Read More

Young philanthropists are now emerging... power to Generations X and Y!

Here's an article from Barron's Online that I thought you might all be interested in - since it's about young people like us becoming philanthropists. Next-Gen Givers By SUZANNE MCGEE Generous Gen-Xers are putting their own spin on charitable giving,…Read More
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