Upcoming Event: June 8, 2021
May 12, 2021
Bainbridge Community Foundation has heard from many nonprofit leaders that they want their programs and services to be more accessible for people of all abilities. BCF has invited Elizabeth Ralston, . . .
The Hazel Kleiner Fund to Flourish, the Marina Miller Memorial Fund, and the Hannah Wachsman Memorial Fund
April 12, 2021
There are no words that can describe the immense tragedy of losing three of Bainbridge Island’s beloved teenagers on March 16, 2021. Hannah Wachsman (16), Marina Miller (14), and Hazel Kleiner . . .
Take Control of Your Financial Future
April 11, 2021
Financial literacy is empowering—yet good, practical education about financial management is too often out of reach for people, especially those with limited incomes. BCF Board member Paul . . .
Foundation Starts Year by Analyzing Community Needs
February 16, 2021
This year, BCF conducted its survey prior to its sector gatherings, and nonprofit leaders discussed its most urgent findings.
Introducing Bainbridge Community Foundation
November 18, 2020
We aim to help create and maintain a strong, connected, and collaborative community-- one in which we support each other in the best and worst of times. Enjoy learning a little more about Bainbridge . . .
Community’s Response to COVID Honored by Foundation
November 13, 2020
Watch our video honoring the entire Bainbridge Island community as its Outstanding Philanthropist.
Our Response to COVID-19
November 10, 2020
We are stronger together. This is a phrase we hear often today, but how do we know it’s true? Imagine our forests. Individual trees can flourish on their own, but they are stronger when living . . .
Nurturing Our Animals #BainbridgeTogether
October 25, 2020
Even though it might feel that the world has come to a standstill, some activities never cease—and our animal community is no exception. Wildlife creatures always need rescue and . . .
Protecting Our Outdoors #BainbridgeTogether
October 18, 2020
In times of uncertainty, breathing in the fresh morning air on a hike or enjoying the water view at a public park might reinvigorate a sense of belonging. There is little doubt that being . . .
“It’s only an intermission,” read the sign in front of Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA) when COVID-19 hit Bainbridge Island. When many of us were forced to put our lives . . .