Pasadena Community Foundation (PCF) honored their 2018 grantees at the annual Local Heroes breakfast while announcing $1 million in grants. See the list by clicking here!
PCF Board Chair, Fran Scoble welcomed over 240 civic and community leaders including representatives from over 50 non-profits at this annual celebration of local philanthropy. (Pictured above: Kelly White, Villa Esperanza CEO; Mayor Terry Tornek & Armida Baylon, HEAR Center Board President.)
According to Jennifer DeVoll, CEO of PCF, “We have grown our collection of endowments for Pasadena and that means more money flows to local non-profits in the form of grants and scholarships. The bulk of our competitive grant making activity takes place in the spring although some additional grants will go out through the end of the year. Through our donor advised and family foundation funds we will also distribute grants all over the country. Last year PCF granted $5.6 million overall.”
Pasadena Community Foundation’s core mission is to Build Hometown Legacies, permanent endowments that support work right here in the community. PCF manages about 350 charitable funds and $80 million in charitable assets.
For more information on PCF’s Grant Programs, click here.