Author Archive for: ‘LCF’

  • Sugar Works Cakes

    Featured Grant Recipient: Glen Edwards Middle School

    Cake Decorating, Sugar Work, is offered at Glen Edwards Middle School. It’s an after school extracurricular activity which teaches students how to decorate cakes and cupcakes using fondant. Beginners and advanced students meet once a week on Mondays and Tuesdays. This year they have been …

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  • BINGO

    Join us for BINGO – March 16, 2018

    Back by popular demand… “As Luck Would Have It” BINGO! Friday, March 16, 2018 at McBean Park Pavilion. TWO BINGO sessions this year! BINGO #1: Afternoon Doors open at 12:30 pm — BINGO at 1:00 pm BINGO #2: Evening Doors open at 5:30 pm — …

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  • Lighthouse

    Featured Grant Recipient: Lighthouse

    “In One Short Hour” On any given day at the Lighthouse, sometimes within as little time as an hour, lives are transformed. On one particular day this past December, three…what we like to refer to as “mini-miracles”…occurred in one short hour. First, a new client …

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  • "Every 15 Minutes" Program

    Featured Grant Recipient: “Every 15 Minutes” Program

    The “Every 15 Minutes” program is a two-day program for Lincoln High School and Phoenix High School juniors and seniors; challenging them to think about drinking, driving, personal safety, the responsibility of making mature decisions and the impact their decisions have on family, friends, their …

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  • BINGO

    Annual BINGO Event – March 17, 2017

    “As Luck Would Have It” BINGO! Friday, March 17, 2017 at McBean Park Pavilion. Doors open at 5:30 PM; BINGO games begin at 7:00 PM. Tickets — Tickets are now available only at the door. Your $30 ticket buys 12 games and 1 dauber. Beer, …

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  • 2017 Grant Recipients

    The 2017 Annual Grant Recipients are Announced

    The Lincoln Community Foundation Board of Directors are pleased to announce the 2017 Annual Grant Recipients. The grantees are: Axiom, Lincoln Lincoln High School Drama Department St. Vincent de Paul Society Lincoln Theatre Company Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Lincoln High School Sober Grad Program …

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  • LCF

    Letter from the President – Nov. 2016

    November 8, 2016 On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Lincoln Community Foundation, thank you for your interest and ongoing support. The Lincoln community is growing, improving, and thriving. We are proud and honored to serve as trustees of the important community resource …

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  • Seniors enjoying activities

    Featured Grant Recipient: Seniors First

    Seniors First’s Recreation and Respite adult day care provides recreation for the participant and respite for the caregiver.  The program provides an assortment of recreational activities for the participant, including social interaction, arts and crafts, chair exercises, pet therapy, and games.  The program also provides …

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    How can a grant from the Lincoln Community Foundation support your program?

    A prominent Lincoln Community Foundation initiative is that of growing our ability to provide grant support to community nonprofit programs to build a stronger more resilient community. The Lincoln Single Parent Support Group is one such program utilizing grant resources to provide a community enriching …

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  • Student mentoring a younger student.

    Lincoln Hermanos Mentors: Lives changed

    Since 2005, Jeaninne Kato of “Lincoln Hermanos Mentors” has relied on grants from the Lincoln Community Foundation to fund a substantial portion of college scholarships for the mentors in the program. Hispanic male high school juniors and seniors are recruited three days a week to …

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The Lincoln Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible. Our tax ID number is 73-1677611.