Our Funds

This fund provides financial assistance to subsidized child care providers for low-income families in San Mateo County especially in the areas of North Fair Oaks and Redwood City.

This fund provides much-needed help to the women and men who make their livelihood in Woodside and who have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

A group of Woodside residents started this Fund to honor the commitment that the Robert’s of Woodside employees have made and will continue to make to our community during the COVID-19 crisis. Our goal is to raise a total of $75,000.

Donations to the Foundation's General Fund are always greatly appreciated, and are spent at the discretion of the Board of Directors for charitable purposes in the Town of Woodside and its surrounds.

The Friends of Woodside Village Church (FWVC) is a community-oriented group working to keep the Village Church beautiful, inviting and safe.

The Light the Tree Fund was created to cover the costs of lighting the Christmas Tree and installing the Nativity at the corner of Canada and Woodside Road each year during the Christmas season.

These funds will be used for future natural disasters (wildfire, earthquake, etc.) that may occur in and around the Town of Woodside.

Your contribution will be used to purchase 14 new Valley Oak trees in 15-gallon containers, and the materials and labor required to plant them. It will also provide for maintaining and pruning both new and re-sprouting trees for the next five years.

The Woodside Landscape Committee (WLC) is a volunteer group of residents who work on projects to beautify certain Town-owned properties here in Woodside.

Donations are used for ongoing historical projects, acquisitions, and the creation of new exhibits at the Museum. We keep our costs low by using volunteer expertise whenever possible.

The Woodside-area Horse Owners Association's works to preserve the fundamental role of horses in maintaining the rural character of the Town of Woodside and neighboring foothill communities.

This Fund builds and maintains trails in the Town of Woodside and surrounds. While this Fund has historically built and enhanced equestrian trails, current projects include trails for all user groups.

Donations are used to cover the basic costs of rehearsal and equipment space, advertisements, concert programs, and the purchase of new music. With additional funds, the group will start awarding scholarships to high school seniors in the band that are pursuing musical careers.

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Donating is fast, easy, convenient, and completely secure! You may donate with your PayPal account or with your credit card.

You may also send a check payable to:

Woodside Community Foundation
P.O. Box 620494
Woodside, CA 94062

Taxpayer ID #94-6108531

NOTE: If you are making a sizeable gift, mailing a check can eliminate our paying significant bank processing fees.

Call 650-275-4886 to donate by phone.

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