The Almanor Foundation, a non-profit that grew exponentially following the Dixie Fire, donating to fire survivors and providing community support, has launched a new opportunity to further develop the Lake Almanor area. Susan Bryner, Executive Director of the foundation, said they have opened Charitable Impact Funds to the community as a charitable organization. The program allows individuals with an idea to raise money under the foundation’s name. Seneca Hospital, for instance, has taken advantage of the Charitable Impact Funds to raise money for the hospital’s new build and the Chester Cemetary to rebuild following the Dixie Fire. The program is available to anyone with an idea. Through the ALamnor foundation, that idea can be fully focused on without worrying about the complexities of fundraising.
You can visit almanorfoundation.org for more information.