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  • LHS Science Expo

    New LCF Video!

    The students of Lincoln High School Video Production under the direction of their teacher Matt Tofft, have produced an outstanding video describing the foundation, its purpose, and a few of the many grant recipients that have benefitted from community donor support. The foundation would like …

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  • 2019 Spring Photos of Lincoln

    Spring Photos of Lincoln

    Here’s a gallery of photos taken in mid-April of our wonderful (and very artful) historic downtown Lincoln. It’s amazing how many fun things you can see within four square blocks!

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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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  • Bingo March 15, 2019

    It’s BINGO Night Friday March 15th, 2019

    Lincoln Community Foundation Presents BINGO at McBean Park Pavilion Doors open 5:30 p.m. with Bingo at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are a $25.00 non-refundable donation. Ticket includes 12 games and dauber; Food, beverages, raffle tickets and, pull tabs will be available for purchase. (Must be 21 …

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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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  • The Lincoln Theatre Company used their grant for a new projection system.

    Annual Grant Applications for 2019

    The Lincoln Community Foundation’s annual grant application period is open in September 2018 for grant funds available for use in the 2019 calendar year! The LCF annual grant application form will be available on our website, or at the Lincoln City Hall 1st Floor City …

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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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  • MudRun4Life Fundraiser 2018

    Baseball Fundraiser on June 21st

    MudRun4Life, one of the programs we support, is teaming up with the Lincoln Potters on Thursday, June 21, 2018. Lincoln vs. Chico 7:05 PM Tickets are $17 for the basic entrance ($10 goes to MudRun4Life) or $27 for the VIP Tent and includes all you …

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