Pasadena Community Foundation is pleased to announce the 2016 Capital, Senior, and Education program grantees. The Board approved 33 grants totaling $581,827. PCF is proud to support so many worthy organizations in Pasadena, Altadena, and Sierra Madre.
Announcing the launch of our “Be 1 in 100” campaign to increase to 100 the number of generous Endowment Builders who have created named funds with PCF. Consider establishing an endowment to support us in reaching our goal of awarding $1 million in annual grants to qualified local non-profits making a significant difference in the lives of those living the greater Pasadena area.
Thanks to the generosity of philanthropists who call our community home, PCF continues to thrive and expand its influence.
years of prudent stewardship
charitable assets through 2014
growth of assets 2012-2014
number of active funds
awarded to non-profits
Hillsides is an important part of the Pasadena community. They are dedicated to improving the overall well-being and functioning of vulnerable children, youth, and their families. Their vision is to create lasting change in the lives of all at-risk children and youth they serve by providing high quality care, advocacy, and innovative services that promote…
Research has revealed that one in 10 children has a mental illness serious enough to impair how they function at home, in school, and with peers. Foothill Family’s field-based mental health staff work throughout the Pasadena Unified School District to provide behavioral health services for students. A proponent of prevention and early intervention, Foothill Family’s school-based…
Pasadena Community Foundation would like to thank the accounting firm of Lucas Horsfall for generously fundraising for us with its first Lucas Horsfall Kickball Frenzy! The tournament was held on Saturday, May 21st in memory of Corene Pindroh, who was not only a partner at Lucas Horsfall, but also a Board Member for PCF. Corene’s…
“If you love your community, there is no better place to make a philanthropic investment than the Pasadena Community Foundation.”