Category Archive for: ‘Grant Recipient News’

  • 2020 Grantees, from left to right: 3 students for the LHS Art Dept, Janet Hutchinson for Rotary, Marilou Edwards for LHS Science Expo and Robotics, Linda Derosier for Friends of Lincoln Library, Tammy Crosthwaite for Golden Sierra Life Skills, Paul Apfel for Art League of Lincoln, Linda Miller for the LHS Art Dept, Thomas Grayson for Golden Sierra Life Skills, Kris Knutson for LCF, and Carolyn George for Lincoln Girls Softball Association.

    2020 Grant Recipients Announced

    This year, we are proud to announce that eight local non-profit organizations were awarded a total of $23,500 during the City of Lincoln Council Meeting on January 28th. Here are the organizations with their program names and amount of grant funding received: ORGANIZATION PROJECT TITLE …

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  • Students with their vaccine display

    Mini Stories about Four Mini-Grant Recipients

    Sometimes just a little financial boost can make the difference between staying home or having a memorable outdoor experience, putting on a great play, or providing a meaningful educational experience to the public. For these four groups, receiving that little boost made a big difference! …

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  • Woman reading a book in front of a large shelf of books.

    Lincoln Public Library Gets a Boost for Their Community Room

    With the help of a grant from the Lincoln Community Foundation, Friends of the Lincoln Library (FOLL) was able to purchase room darkening shades for the Library Community room earlier this year. Now the Lincoln Public Library can offer a better experience for the Free …

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  • Lincoln Veterans Memorial Coalition

    All About the Lincoln Veterans Memorial

    With Memorial Day just around the corner, we wanted to highlight a very special community service group – the Lincoln Veterans Memorial Coalition (LVMC). The LVMC was one of our grant recipients this year and we couldn’t be prouder of their mission. The Lincoln Veterans …

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  • Two guys discussing their ceramic animals.

    Funds Help LHS Art Department Build Outdoor Kiln Yard

    This Lincoln Community Foundation grant has afforded the Lincoln High School Art Department the opportunity to expand electricity in a first step towards building a new outdoor kiln yard. The Western Placer Unified School District Maintenance Department has recently invited multiple electricians to analyze the …

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  • 2019 Annual Grant Recipients

    2019 Annual Grant Recipients Announced

    The Lincoln Community Foundation is pleased to announce the 2019 Annual Grantees. A total of $22,000 was awarded at the Lincoln City Council meeting on January 22, 2019, to the following organizations: Thank you to all of the great local non-profit organizations that applied this …

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  • Shopping with Chris

    The Assistance League of Greater Placer Goes Shopping with Families

    This year to date, the Assistance League has clothed 201 students in the Lincoln area with help from the Lincoln Community Foundation. Each child and their parent or guardian attend a shopping event staffed by volunteers from the Assistance League’s local (Greater Placer) chapter. This …

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  • Auburn Ravine

    Wildlife Heritage Foundation Leads Walking Tour of Auburn Ravine

    The Wildlife Heritage Foundation was awarded a $750 mini grant and we just received an update from Education Coordinator Veronica Griffiths about how their organization used some of the funds:

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  • 2018 Mini Grant Recipients

    2018 Mini Grants Awarded

    Along with our annual grant program, the LCF offers mini grants throughout the year as long as funds are available. From July 2017 through June 2018, over $4,000 in mini grants were awarded to the following organizations: Friends of McBean Park/Leadership Lincoln – Bark Park …

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  • Lincoln Bark Park

    Lincoln Leadership Class of 2018 Builds New Bark Park

    The Lincoln Leadership Class of 2018 was inspired to organize the building of a dog park within McBean Park. Their goal was to provide a safe place for families with large and small dogs to congregate in a controlled environment. The dog park also serves …

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