Shasta Regional Community Foundation has news to share!
Happy 100th Anniversary, Charitable Deduction
Our friend, Thomas Peters, Ph. D. and CEO of Marin Community Foundation recently published an article about the 100th anniversary of the charitable deduction. "
In just a few months, one of the oldest 'preferences' in the U.S. tax code, the "charitable deduction," will have been in effect for fully 100 years..."
The Community Foundation is a proud partner in CollegeQuest, an upcoming event for college bound students and their parents. Mark your calendars and come visit us in the North State Scholarship booth on Tuesday, September 20th at Simpson University to learn about the many scholarship opportunities available under the Shasta Regional Community Foundation umbrella. All scholarship applications will be available online at our website beginning November 1, 2016.
Community Disaster Relief Fund - 2 Year Report
Regional fires have raised even more concern for communities to be prepared in the event of a disaster, whether the impact be physical, social, economic or otherwise initiated. The Community Foundation is poised to respond as you all did after the 2014 Boles Fire in Weed, CA. Read this report to see how your donations made a difference at this two-year anniversary of the disaster.
Meet Jeffrey Miller, working in the investment industry for over 15 years, joining Stifle in 2008. "Being long time residents and having offices in both Shasta and Siskiyou counties, it's very important to us to give back to our community. For so many of us, we strive to leave this place better than we found it and we try to teach that to our kids. The Community Foundation can be such a valuable tool in achieving that goal. With the wide array of community projects and funds already established, clients can choose to donate to many great causes or create one of their own." You can
contact Jeffrey at his Fort Jones office in the Scott Valley.