Redding Rancheria Community Fund Awards $100,000 to Nonprofits

The Redding Rancheria Community Fund has awarded grants to 29 nonprofits in Shasta and Trinity counties totaling $100,000. This year the fund focused on general operating support, which offers these organizations the flexibility to put grant dollars toward their most pressing needs.

“Through the Redding Rancheria Community Fund, we continue to actively play our part in helping to address the breadth of need in our communities,” said Tracy Edwards, Chief Executive Officer at the Redding Rancheria.

The Rancheria Community Fund supports a variety of causes including cultural, historic, and educational activities.

“Often times we find that organizations need funds for ongoing operational expenses,” said Kerry Caranci, Chief Executive Officer at Community Foundation of the North State. “These grants allow the organizations to focus on foundational areas, which enable them to continue to serve our communities.”

The Redding Rancheria Community Fund – established in 2002 to support worthy causes in Shasta and Trinity counties – is one of the longest-standing funds at the Community Foundation. The fund has recently surpassed $4 million in grants. For a detailed list of recent awards from Redding Rancheria Community Fund, visit the website at or view the attachment.