Each year, people from all walks of life make generous donations to Shasta Regional Community Foundation. These gifts fund grants to dozens of nonprofit organizations working to address needs and seize opportunities in our communities. Together, we are building strong communities in our region.
We invite you to read some of our stories of impact and hope from recent history to our beginnings in 2000.
With a grant from The McConnell Fund, The State Theatre in Red Bluff has successfully restored the historic blade and marquee. They celebrated the lighting of both the blade and the marquee on Ma..More Info
In an alarming 120 minutes, the Boles Fire disaster on September 15, 2014 in Weed, CA destroyed 143 homes, 2 churches, several nonprofits and businesses-including Siskiyou County's food bank pantr..More Info
The Community Disaster Relief Fund at Shasta Regional Community Foundation has been enabled to receive donations for those in the North State impacted by the Carr Fire. This fund focuses on the re..More Info
Ervin Frank Knodel was born in September, 1916 to a hardworking family in North Dakota. His father was a wheat farmer during World War I and due to Ervin’s work on the farm and with other od..More Info
Born in 1915, Joe and Esther Lawson lived full lives that included time in the military during World War II. Joe served in the Navy and Esther served as one of the few women Air Force service pilo..More Info
Each year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving we have a day to "give back" after several days of commercially oriented "deals". The Community Foundation has supported over 175 nonprofits by hosting ..More Info
For forty three years the Siskiyou Humane Society has been dedicated to instilling the values of empathy, respect and kindness not only to animals but to the children and adults who interact with ..More Info
The Community Foundation has nearly ten years experience in administering scholarship funds for the region. Scholarship awards have helped students to go to colleges and universities everywhere fr..More Info
In 2004, with well over 6,000 homeless residing in the city, The City of San Francisco was ready to do something about it. Thus Project Homeless Connect was created as a one-day, one-stop shop for..More Info