Help ensure all our Woodside Elementary School families pull through these difficult times. We hope you’ll join us in supporting our local students and their families with a contribution today.
B.O.K. Ranch, located at the Woodside Horse Park, is raising funds to cover the cost of providing full inclusion riding lessons to aspiring equestrians referred by the San Mateo County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to advocate on behalf of children in the Foster Care system.
The Angel Food project is a small, mobile food pantry that helps local families/individuals with healthy groceries, and delivers thoughtfully packed bag lunches and snacks to schools, injured veterans, seniors, and the disenfranchised. With heart.
The purpose of the Woodside Community Theatre (WCT) Fund is to provide a high-quality theatre experience at an affordable price. We are proud to say that WCT continues to be the least expensive of all the community theatres on the Peninsula.
In 2001, parents came together to solve a major problem in Town. While Woodside is home to many beautiful trails and two County Parks, at that time the only field space available for local sports teams was on the site of Woodside Elementary School.
While we didn’t quite get ‘back to normal’ as hoped when we put 2020 behind us, we have all found new and creative ways to deal with the continuing challenges. Our community continues to respond to needs and help us prepare to deal with threats of natural disasters and other emergencies. The WCF is looking ahead and, with your help and guidance, planning projects for the benefit of our Town and greater community.
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The Woodside Community Foundation (WCF) was created in 1952 to provide a tax-deductible platform for Woodsiders interested in putting their charitable contributions to work in their community. Like our community, the WCF has changed a bit over the years—connecting with the community through the website and social media, improving our administrative practices, benefiting from alliances with other Bay Area non-profits. But what hasn’t changed is the extraordinary philanthropic spirit of Woodsiders, resulting in a wide range of projects that make our Town a better place to live, work and play.
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