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“There Is No Manual.” Inside a Community Foundation’s Response to a Mass Shooting

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Wildfire Relief Fund Commits $11 Million to Support California Communities Impacted by 2018 Wildfires

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The Christina Grimmie Foundation Announces Its Third Annual Fundraising Gala Honorees

Hosted by E!’s Hunter March, The Gala Will Honor Veteran Emmy-Winning Voiceover Artist Maurice LaMarche, Award-Winning Author Travis Flores And Ventura County Community Foundation on September 26, 2019   “In the immediate aftermath of the tragedy at Borderline, The Christina Grimmie Foundation was there as a partner. We, at the Ventura County Community Foundation, could
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Nonprofit Spotlight: Connecting Funds with Regional Needs

   
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Speaker stresses importance of census

Every 10 years the U.S. Census Bureau rolls out a survey to collect general data about residents in the country. A local leader says that some people may not realize that if they don’t complete the survey it can mean a loss of federal funding to pay for medical, educational and housing programs, as well
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Local Family Donates $35,000 to Support Housing and Education Programs

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Tri-Counties face funding loss if 2020 census inaccurate

(This story originally appeared in the Pacific Coast Business Times here.) The Tri-Counties face a massive loss of federal funding if there is an undercount of its hard-to-count populations during the 2020 census. In Ventura County alone, an undercount could mean a potential loss of $2 billion in federal funding over the next decade, said
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Chamber Touts 20% Growth Over Past Five Years

This piece was originally published on the Camarillo Acorn, and can be found here. It’s been five years since the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce was faced with a lawsuit by one of its department heads and the abrupt resignation of its president. It was a low point for the organization, which has long served local
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2020 Census Undercount Concerns Voiced at Roundtable

This piece was originally published in the Santa Barbara Independent, and can be found here.  Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties are the 58th and 59th counties most at risk of a census undercount in the nation, said president and CEO of Ventura County Community Foundation Vanessa Bechtel at a roundtable meeting with Attorney General Xavier
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Attorney General Comes To Santa Barbara To Discuss Census

This piece was originally published in the Pacific Coast Business Times, and can be found here. In a roundtable discussion at the Santa Barbara Foundation, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and community leaders from the Tri-Counties pondered the 2020 census and the impacts of an undercount. Becerra, famed for breaking the record of lawsuits filed
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Irwin Dubs VCCF Her Nonprofit Of The Year For Its Post-Tragedy Work

This piece was originally published on the Thousand Oaks Acorn, and can be found here.  Each year, members of the California Assembly are asked to name an outstanding nonprofit to recognize during a ceremony on the floor of the Assembly. This year, Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin selected Ventura County Community Foundation as her Nonprofit of the
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Chamber Moving, Headed to VCCF building

In a May 17 letter, Chamber CEO Gary Cushing notified the city that the nonprofit business networking and marketing organization of some 600 members is “desiring to exercise our lease termination” for the building at 2400 E. Ventura Blvd. “Our last day to occupy the space is Dec. 31, 2019,” Cushing wrote. The Chamber has
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Ventura Set To Finalize Agreements For Year-Round Homeless Shelter

This piece was originally published in the VC Star, and can be found here. Ventura’s policymakers will vote on a lease and operating agreement to get a permanent, year-round homeless shelter up and running in an industrial part of town. The city will, according to terms of the lease, pay $90,000 per year to occupy the
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Community Foundation Names New Board Members

Ventura County Community Foundation has added five new members to the board of directors. The new board members are: Mike Powers, CEO for Ventura County; Sean Leonard, president and CEO of S.L. Leonard & Associates; Jim McGee, COO of Dyve Biosciences; Geoff Dean, retired sheriff of Ventura County, and Veronica Quintana, senior manager at CBIZ
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Community Foundation Names New Board Members

Ventura County Community Foundation has added five new members to the board of directors. The new board members are: Mike Powers, CEO for Ventura County; Sean Leonard, president and CEO of S.L. Leonard & Associates; Jim McGee, COO of Dyve Biosciences; Geoff Dean, retired sheriff of Ventura County, and Veronica Quintana, senior manager at CBIZ
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County could spend $1.5 million to expand free health clinic, internship program to Oxnard

The Ventura County Board of Supervisors has pushed forward a proposal to spend $1.5 million to help a Thousand Oaks free clinic that includes medical career training for high school students expand to Oxnard. The long-running Westminster Free Clinic receives 8,000 visits a year from uninsured patients, most of them immigrants with low-paying jobs, in its
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Ventura County Community Foundation Wants To Triple Assets By 2026

This story was originally published on the Pacific Coast Business Times, and can be found here. The Ventura County Community Foundation has announced an ambitious goal of tripling in size to around $500 million in assets by 2026. VCCF CEO Vanessa Bechtel told about 250 community leaders at a May 22 luncheon that the foundation
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Church donates funds to local charities

This piece was originally published by The Acorn and can be found here. Leaders of Ventura County Community Foundation and Harbor House were honored at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church annual meeting May 5. Susan Seale, VCCF director of community relations, and Karen Guetschoff, Harbor House program manager of emergency services, accepted $10,000 contributions for
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[PODCAST] On Point from NPR

This podcast from NPR aired on March 28, 2019 and featured a discussion about the long-term support needed for survivors following mass shootings.
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Relief for shooting survivors – VCCF ft. in LA Times

This feature was published in the LA Times on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. By Alejandra Reyes-Velarde. Charity distributes $3.6 million donated to aid families of Borderline bar attack. THE SCENE outside the Borderline Bar and Grill after the 2018 shooting. The Ventura County Community Foundation has distributed donations of $3.6 million to help 200 people
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Census 2020: Quest to tally hard-to-count populations

This post was originally featured on VC Reporter, and can be found here.  Jose works in the strawberry fields in Ventura County. He is worried about filling out the upcoming census questionnaire. Although he is living in this country legally, he has friends and family that are not. He has heard stories of what might
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$3.6 million sent to families, survivors in Borderline shooting

This story was originally published on VCStar, and can be found here.  About $3.6 million in contributions has been sent to families of the 12 people killed in the Borderline shooting and those who escaped the scene, an official at the Ventura County Community Foundation said this week. CEO Vanessa Bechtel said the funds came from all 50 states
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Open and shut: Fun, games and revamped menu await at Dave & Buster’s in Thousand Oaks

This story was originally shared from VCStar and can be found here. How big is the opening-soon Dave & Buster’s in Thousand Oaks? So big that it’s hard to imagine the location’s previous tenant, Sports Authority, ever needing quite so much space to sell basketballs, athletic shoes and yoga gear before the store closed in 2016. When it debuts at 11 a.m.
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Wildfire Relief Fund Gives $5 Million to Support California Communities Impacted by 2018 Wildfires

This post was originally shared by California Community Foundation and can be found here. LOS ANGELES, March 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The California Community Foundation’s (CCF) Wildfire Relief Fund announced it would give $5 million to support immediate and longer-term recovery efforts in communities impacted by the Camp, Woolsey and Hill Fires. In November
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Ventura County Community Foundation Awards Salvation Army $1 Million For Fire Victims

This piece was originally published by the Salvation Army and can be found here. Ventura, CA. March 20, 2019 – The Salvation Army received a $1,099,882 grant from the Ventura County Community Foundation to better assist those affected by the recent wildfires in Ventura County and Los Angeles County. The grant – the largest one-time gift
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Pacific Mercantile Bank Invests $500,000 in Clearinghouse CDFI

This story was originally published on PRweb.com and can be found here. Investment will be leveraged for community development throughout California’s low-income and distressed communities LAKE FOREST, CALIF. (PRWEB) MARCH 20, 2019 – Clearinghouse Community Development Financial Institution (Clearinghouse CDFI) announced today a $500,000 Class A equity investment from Pacific Mercantile Bank. Based in Costa
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Museum of Ventura County wins Ventura’s Support

This article was originally published on VCStar, and can be found here.  With near agreement that the Museum of Ventura County is successfully revamping after a near closure, Ventura’s elected officials voted to set aside $250,000 for the downtown institution in the city’s 2019-20 budget. The taxpayer-funded contribution will be considered and finalized once the City Council
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Wildfire Relief Fund Gives $5 Million to Support California Communities Impacted by 2018 Wildfires

This press release was shared by The California Community Foundation and can be found here.  LOS ANGELES – February 28, 2019 – The California Community Foundation’s (CCF) Wildfire Relief Fund announced it would give $5 million to support immediate and longer-term recovery efforts in communities impacted by the Camp, Woolsey and Hill Fires. In November 2018,
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Rams tackle Andrew Whitworth wins 2019 Alan Page Community Award

This article was originally featured on ESPN.com and can be found here. Los Angeles Rams left tackle Andrew Whitworth was named the 2019 NFLPA Alan Page Community Award winner on Thursday. Whitworth will receive $100,000 for his Big Whit 77 Foundation with the award, which was voted on by NFL players. The other finalists were the Bengals’ Geno Atkins,
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Nonprofit Donations to Benefit Borderline Shooting, Hill/Woolsey Fire Victims

This article is written by Kateri Wozny and was originally published on Conejo Valley Lifestyle and can be read here. A local nonprofit has dedicated its time and energy by focusing on preserving Ventura County and giving back to its residents who were affected by two recent tragedies. The Ventura County Community Foundation was founded in
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Census outreach organizers fear missing people and dollars in Ventura County

This article was originally published on VC Star and can be found here.  Organizers are trying to raise more than $1 million and mount a major campaign to reach Ventura County residents likely to be missed in next year’s federal census. “It is going to take all hands on deck,” said Mike Pettit, an assistant
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100 days since the Borderline shooting: A guest column in VC Star

This article was originally published in VC Star and can be read here.  Guest column: 100 days since the Borderline shooting Feb. 14 marks 100 days since the Borderline mass shooting. What has been done in these one hundred days: Four hours after the shooting: The Reunification Center opens at the Thousand Oaks Teen Center
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Tyler Rich Helping To Heal

This video originally aired on NBC Los Angeles and can be found here.  Country star Tyler RIch is using his voice to help heal the loved ones of the California Borderline shooting victims.  
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REO Speedwagon Honors Victims of Borderline Shooting and Woolsey Fire

This video originally aired on ET Live Online and can be found here. REO Speedwagon Honors Victims of Borderline Shooting and Woolsey Fire The legendary rock band is giving back to their Thousand Oaks community following the heartbreaking Borderline shooting and destructive Woolsey Fire.
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Thousand Oaks community rallies for benefit concert that helps mass shooting victims’ families, survivors

This article was originally published on abc7.com and can be found here.  THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (KABC) — The community of Thousand Oaks rallied together Sunday for a benefit concert at the Civic Arts Plaza, honoring the victims and survivors of the 2018 mass shooting at Borderline Bar and Grill. The concert, called Music Strong, was
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‘The Rams Are Our People:’ How L.A.’s Team Lifted the Community After a Week of Tragedy

This story was originally published on Sports Illustrated. The first call came in at 11:20 p.m. on Nov. 7. Shots fired. Borderline Bar & Grill. Tim Hagel, the Chief of Police in Thousand Oaks, Calif., hopped in his squad car and sped toward the scene. He didn’t anticipate anything unusual, maybe an angry customer firing a shot
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Andrew Whitworth Awarded Alan Page MVP

This article was originally published on Pro Player Insiders.  Earlier this week, The NFL Players Association (NFLPA) held a press conference in downtown Atlanta, Georgia ahead of Super Bowl LIII. Los Angeles Rams left tackle, Andrew Whitworth, was honored with the Alan Page Community (APC) MVP award – the highest honor the NFLPA can give to
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Ventura County Community Foundation Responds to Community Tragedies

This story was originally published on NBC Los Angeles and can be viewed here.  Just a few short months ago, Ventura County was hit by two devastating tragedies. The first was the horrific shooting of twelve community members at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks on the evening of November 7. Less than
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Deana Carter, Morgan Evans, and Gone West feat. Colbie Caillat Added to ‘Borderline Strong’ Concert Lineup

This press release was distributed by the Academy of Country Music Lifting Lives®. Deana Carter, Morgan Evans, and Gone West feat. Colbie Caillat Added to Performace Lineup for ACM Lifting Lives® Presents: Borderline Strong. Special Benefit Event to Take Place on Monday, February 11 at the Fred Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks, CA. WHAT: ACM Lifting
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VCCF Update on Conejo Valley Victims Fund, Fires and Scholarships

This article was originally shared from Conejo Valley Guide and can be read here.  A good place to start for those seeking aid in recovery from local disasters is Ventura County 2-2-1. Visit THIS LINK for an intake form to start the process (THiS LINK for Spanish). Note that VCCF continues to raise support for
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Ventura County Community Foundation Finalizes Protocol for Conejo Valley Victims Fund Disbursement

CAMARILLO, CA – The document which will determine the process and distribution protocols for awarding financial support to qualified applicants of the Conejo Valley Victims Fund has been finalized. This Final Protocol, formerly the Draft Final Protocol, was shared with the general public to ensure that concerned community members had an opportunity to provide comment
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Conejo Valley Victims Fund Town Hall [VIDEO]

On January 3rd, 2019, the Ventura County Community Foundation hosted a public forum at the Scherr Forum Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza to provide an opportunity for community members to provide feedback to the Draft Final Protocol for the Conejo Valley Victims Fund. This document will determine the process and distribution protocols for awarding financial support to qualified
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Foundation to Discuss Disbursements from Borderline Fund

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VCCF Update #3: Conejo Valley Victims Fund and Fires

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Ford Motor Company Fund Contributes $50,000 to Ventura County Community Foundation

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Casting Announced for Thousand Oaks Benefit at Feinstein’s/54 Below

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Showing Their Roots

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Express Employment Professionals Holiday Event Helps Victims

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REO Speedwagon to Play Benefit Shows with Eddie Money, Richard Marx for California Fire & Shooting Victims

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Wildfire Relief Fund Grants $1.2 Million to Support Communities Affected by California Fires

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Greater Conejo Chamber Raises $50,000 for Wildfire Relief

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Wildfire Relief Fund Grants $1.2 Million to Support Communities Affected by California Fires

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Kevin Bull and Team Give Back to the Thousand Oaks Community

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Activist Theater Company, Thursday Night Theater Club, Announces Second Production

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REO Speedwagon To Donate Proceeds From Thousand Oaks Performances to Borderline Bar & Grill, Woolsey Fire Victims

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Newbury Park Jewelry Designer Donates Her ‘Love for California’

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6 Timely Causes to Give Back to This Holiday Season

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FHLBank San Francisco Commits $250,000 in Matching Donations for Disaster Relief in Arizona, California, and Nevada

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Realtors Donate Funds for Shooting, Fire Victims

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Donations Flowing to Victims’ Families

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Boxing Gym Hosts Borderline Fundraiser

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Generosity in Action

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Kaiser Permanente Commits $1.65 Million to California Wildfire Relief Efforts

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Biz Buzz

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Kaiser Permanente Provides $650,000 to Help Communities Impacted by Woolsey Fire

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$300,000 in Response Grants to Support Communities Devastated by California Fires

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Update #2: The latest from VCCF on fund disbursement, scholarship program, seeking applications

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Update From Ventura County Community Foundation Regarding Distribution of Funds

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Commentary from Angela Nardone (November 29, 2018)

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‘Conejo Strong’ Benefit Set for Sunday

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Editorial: #GivingTuesday and Season of Sharing

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Here’s How to Help Victims of the Woolsey Fire

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Join Conejo Players Theatre for CONEJO STRONG: A Vaudeville Revue

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Many California Farmworkers Forced to Stay Behind During the Wildfires

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Foundation Gathers Donations for Fires, Shooting

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Satirist’s Show Benefits Shooting, Fire Victims

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Here’s How to Help Victims of the Woolsey Fire

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How You Can Help the Victims of the Woolsey Fire, Hill Fire and Borderline Shooting

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Wells Fargo Donates $1.75 Million Toward Wildfire Recovery

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REO Speedwagon to Perform Benefit Show

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Epic Lemonade Stands Raises Thousands of Dollars for Borderline and Fire Victims

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SoCalGas and Sempra Energy Foundation Pledge as Much as $350,000 to California Wildfire Victims

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Why United Airlines Sprang Into Action When Wildfires Hit California

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League-Leading Rams and Chiefs to Play at Coliseum

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Here’s How You Can Help Victims of the California Wildfires

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Wells Fargo Donates an Additional $1.5 Million to California Wildfire Relief Efforts

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Verify: How do I Help Victims of the CA Wildfires?

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November 16: Following Mass Shooting and Devastating Fires, Local Students Turn Lemons into Lemonade

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Banding Together to Aid County

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VCCF Webinar on Update on Disbursement of Funds for Wildfire and Borderline Tragedies

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Wells Fargo Donates an Additional $1.5 Million to California Wildfire Relief Efforts

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Ojai Women’s Fund to Award Community Grants

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After Thousand Oaks Shooting, Almost 200 Turn to Victims’ Center for Aid

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How to Help After the Mass Shooting in Thousand Oaks

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Rosa Van Parys Jewelry to Donate Holiday Proceeds to Wildfire-Ravaged Ventura County

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SCE Provides Update on Woolsey and Hill Wildfires

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Dine Around SoCal, Help Fire Relief Efforts

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HFPA Donates $300,000 to Fire and Other Relief Efforts in California

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United Airlines Offers Funds, Bonus Miles and First Responder Assistance in Response to California Wildfires

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VCCF Webinar, Friday, 8:00AM – Update on Disbursement of Funds for Wildfire and Borderline Tragedies

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Apply for Funding – Hill and Woolsey Fire Sudden and Urgent Needs Effort Fund

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United Airlines Will Give Away 5 Million Bonus Miles to Fliers who Donate Money to Southern California Wildfire Relief

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Southern California Fire and Shooting Victims Support

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Relief Assistance Pours in for Fire Victims

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Earn United Miles for Donations to California Wildfire Relief Efforts

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Wells Fargo Donates $250,000 to Support Communities Impacted by California Wildfires

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Woolsey and Hill Fires: How You Can Help

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United Airlines Responds with Donations and Bonus Miles to California Wildfires

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Emergency Resources in Ventura County

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Firefighters Make Progress as Donations Pour In

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Clippers Continue to be Moved to Action by Thousand Oaks Shooting

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Kings Say Enough is Enough as they Spread the Word of Acts That ‘Can’t be Accepted’

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How to Help Victims of California’s Camp, Hill and Woolsey Wildfires

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REO Speedwagon Will Perform a Pair of Concerts to Help Thousand Oaks Heal From Woolsey Fire, Borderline Shooting

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NBA Players Stand Tall Against Gun Violence, Honor Shooting Victims

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Rams LT Andrew Whitworth Donates Game Check to Victims of Thousand Oaks Shooting

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Los Angeles Sports Teams Join LA Kings in Saying Enough

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Amgen Pledges $750,000 to Fire and Mass Shooting Victims

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Thousand Oaks Shooting Victims: Here’s How You Can Help

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After Tragic Week in L.A., Rams do Their Best to Rally the Community

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Amgen Foundation Pledges $500,000 in Relief to Victims of Ventura and Los Angeles County Wildfires

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Whitworth Donating Game Check to Shooting Victims

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California Wildfires: How to Help Victims of Camp, Woolsey, Hill Fires

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CalOES Publishes Your Guide to Donating to California’s Wildfire Survivors

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Here’s How You Can Help the First Responders and Residents Affected by the Woolsey Fire

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Through Fires, a Shooting and Tragedy, California’s Sports Community Bonds to Ease the Pain

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Funder Briefing: How to Help the Northern and Southern California Fires

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Wells Fargo Donates $250,000 to Support Communities Impacted by California Wildfires

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Rams Tackle Andrew Whitworth Donated his Entire Game Check to Victims of the Thousand Oaks Shooting

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California Fires: How to Help Victims of Woolsey Fire, Hill Fire in Greater Los Angeles

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Rams LT Andrew Whitworth to Donate Game Check to Thousand Oaks Shooting Victims

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How to Help After the Mass Shooting in Thousand Oaks

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California Wildfires: How to Help Victims and Firefighters

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Update #1: Key Information on Borderline Shooting Response

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How to Help Victims of Woolsey, Hill Fires

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19 Things You Can Do to Help California Wildfire Victims Right Now

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Amgen Co-Founds Fund to Help Conejo Valley Shooting Victims

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Editorial: Take Control After Fires, Thousand Oaks Shooting

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Funds Set Up to Help Families of Thousand Oaks Shooting and Two Fires

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Kim Kardashian Thanks Firefighters as Wildfires Continue to Spread

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13 People Die in Mass Shooting at Thousand Oaks Country Music Bar

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Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva Responds to Shooting in Thousand Oaks

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VCCF Responds to Hill Fire and Woolsey Fire

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Memorial Funds Set Up for Thousand Oaks Shooting Victims

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Thousand Oaks Shooting: Hundreds Gather at Vigils to Mourn Victims

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‘We Are Thousand Oaks Strong’: Community Gathers at Vigil to Mourn Shooting Victims

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‘Tonight, We Are a Hurting City’: Hundreds Gather at Vigil Following Thousand Oaks Mass Shooting

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Here’s What to Know About the Borderline Bar Shooting

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VCCF Responds to Mass Shooting in Thousand Oaks

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Together We Mourn. Together We Stand.

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Thousand Oaks Mass Shooting: How to Help Victims

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Hundreds Line Up To Give Blood to Thousand Oaks Shooting Victims

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Ventura County Community Responds to Mass Shooting in Thousand Oaks

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Thousand Oaks and Ventura County Respond to Mass Shooting

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Justin Meek, 2014 CHS Alum, Killed in Thousand Oaks Shooting

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Borderline Bar Shooting: How You Can Help

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Thousand Oaks Bar Shooting: How to Help Victims and Families

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Gunman Kills 12 Inside California Bar Before Committing Suicide

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Fund Launched to Help Shooting Victims’ Families

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Camarillo’s Pharos Center Helps Ideas Take Root So Businesses Can Grow

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Students Improve Reading Ability in Boys & Girls Club Program

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The Joy of Local Giving

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Show Me The Money | Thomas Fire Victims Still in Need While Area Nonprofits Continue to Distribute Monies

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Donation Doubles Support for Thomas Fire Survivors

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KidSTREAM Museum Receives Donations for Visioning Room

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Hope and Light

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Oak View Students Receive Expanded Classes, Scholarships

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Biz Buzz

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Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County Program to Help Repair Homes Damaged in Thomas Fire

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Foundation Steps in for Fire Victims

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Editorial: Our Children Deserve New Museum

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Pharos Center for Innovation Connects Entrepreneurs

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Editorial: Local Efforts Key to Accurate Census

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Camarillo Children’s Museum KidSTREAM Close to Becoming a Reality

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2020 Census: Ventura County Risks Undercounting Residents; Groups Work to Bridge Gap

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Studio Channel Islands gets Grant for Health Programs

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KidSTREAM Receives Grant for $30,000

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Biz Buzz

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Defy Convention, Focus on the Positive

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Foundation Gets New Vice President

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Ford Motor Co. Fund Gives $75,000 for Fire Recovery Efforts

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VCCF Awards 352 Scholarships as Program Celebrates 25 Years

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Ford Funds Relief for Fire Victims

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Senior Concerns Receives $35,000 from Ventura County Community Foundation

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Non-Profit Awards More Than $1.1 Million Dollars in Scholarships in Ventura County

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More Than $1 Million in Scholarships Awarded by Ventura County Community Foundation

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Community Foundation gets New VP

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Ford Fund Awards $75,0000 to VCCF to Help with Disaster Relief from Thomas Fire

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Disaster Relief for Undocumented Surpasses $1M

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805Undocufund Seeks Financial Support for Undocumented Disaster Victims

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Ford Fund Awards $75,000 to VCCF to Help with Disaster Relief from Thomas Fire

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California Mudslides: As Wealthy Town Recovers, Undocumented are Left Behind

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Vanessa Bechtel Speaking at Camarillo Chamber of Commerce Business @ Breakfast

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California Community Colleges Joins With Stanford to Launch Nation’s First Seminar Focused on Role of Civic Stewards in Workforce Development

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VCCF on Our Ventura TV

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Katy Perry Announces May 19 Benefit at Santa Barbara Bowl for Area Relief Efforts

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Wells Fargo Commits $800,000 to Help in Thomas Fire and Mudslide Recovery Efforts

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Residents Respond to Workers Affected by Fire

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New West Symphony Gets $35,000 in Grants for Harmony Project

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California Resources Corp. Donates $40,000 for Thomas Fire Recovery

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AIDS Walk Funding Drop Linked to Thomas Fire

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Biz Buzz

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805 Undocufund Provides Relief to Immigrants in Need

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ReStore Offers Vouchers to Thomas Fire Victims

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$1M Grant Establishes Fund at Museum

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City Names Top 10 Award Winners

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Interfaith Sanctuary Alliance Holds Fundraiser for 805 Undocufund

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Some Non-Profits Look At How To Coordinate Thomas Fire, Flood Relief Efforts

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Fundraiser Assists Undocumented People Affected by Local Disasters

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Museum of Ventura County Receives $1 Million Endowment

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Foundation Donates $485,000 to 12 Local Organizations

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Kevin Costner, Others Take Stage at Ventura Benefit for Thomas Fire Victims

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Amgen Foundation Chips in $200K Toward Disaster Relief

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Acorn Top 10 of the Year

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Biz Buzz

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BRINGING THE LOVE HOME | The Thomas Fire Benefit Festival Promises a Star-Studded Lineup

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Editorial: A New Step Forward for County Foundation

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Ventura County Community Foundation Receives $200,000 from Amgen Foundation for Thomas Fire Relief

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Local Groups Launch 805 Undocufund to Provide Relief for Immigrants Excluded from Federal Disaster Aid Programs

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Direct Relief Commits $100,000 to 805 UndocuFund; Equips First Responders in Wake of Wildfires, Mudslide

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Ventura County Community Foundation in the Clear, Attorney General Says

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Musicians, Chefs Donate Time for Thomas Fire Benefit Festival

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Sharing the Wealth

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Kevin Costner & Olivia Newton-John to Headline Thomas Fire Benefit Festival

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Kevin Costner and his Band to Headline Thomas Fire Benefit Festival

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Fund Helps Fire Victims

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Letter to the Editor: Joy and Gratitude

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Letter to the Editor: Stepping up to help

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Who’s Who in Nonprofits & Foundations

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Live 805 on KTVA with Tom Hilton

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CSUCI Business & Technology Partnership Executive Committee Welcomes 10

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Nonprofits Affected by Fires Can Apply for Ventura County Community Foundation Funds

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Emerging children’s museum KidSTREAM gets grant

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Big Money in the 805 #22 Rebuild Ventura — VCCF, Red Cross & ThomasFireHelp.com

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VCCF Gives $477,000 to Support Those Affected by Fires, Launches Fund for Long Term Relief Efforts

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How To Help the Thomas Fire Victims

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Thomas Fire: The Best Ways to Help

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Southern California Is Burning. Here’s How You Can Help.

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Thomas Fire: Where to Give, Get Help

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Children’s Museum Receives $6K Grant

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Philanthropy Roundtable

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Nonprofits Get Early Christmas

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Elena Brokaw takes permanent position at Museum of Ventura County

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AHA! Presents About Education on Casa Pacifica

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Martin V. and Martha K. Smith Foundation Awards $485,000 in Grants

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Livingston Lighthouse – President’s Message: $105,000 Grant Award

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Youth organization receives $25,000 grant

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VCCF Supports Merger of Two Beloved Hospice Organizations

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HUNGER PAINS | FOOD Share Juggles Slimmer Budget and 74,500 Local Hungry

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Collaborative that helps Ventura County military families, vets, looking for new home

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Money Talk 1290 with Vanessa Bechtel

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Just Funded — Ventura County Community Foundation

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Editorial: Class of 2017 Deserves Recognition, Support

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Dubroff: Pacific Coast Business Times Takes Civic Duty Seriously

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Biz Buzz

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How Scholar Makes a Difference in Others’ Lives

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More than $1 million in Scholarships Awarded to Local Students

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Nonprofit Founder Named Real-Life ‘Superhero’

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