Paideia Classical School – Scholarship Funds

27 Jun 2017, written by

For the last 16 years, Paideia has had 30 families in need of financial aid. For 10 years, they have utilized a third-party evaluator (Family Financial Needs Assessment) and Independent School Management Financial Aid for School Tuition (ISMFAST) to provide the school with financial aid recommendations. Paideia has been providing ISMFAST’s scholarship recommendation, up to […]

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San Juan Community Theatre – Up Close

27 Jun 2017, written by

Up Close is an art project that pairs local artists with elders on San Juan Island. Composers, playwrights, choreographers, and poets will meet weekly with elder partners. The artists gather stories and engage their elder-partners directly in the creation of original creative work. The Community Theatre was awarded a grant for the process itself and […]

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Hospice of San Juan – Caregiver & Volunteer Training

27 Jun 2017, written by

Hospice of San Juan regularly provides caregiver training to its volunteers, since one of its primary services is caregiver respite. While providing caregiver respite, they have witnessed non-licensed, or informal, caregivers in homes who need such training to protect themselves and their clients from injury. Additionally, they receive frequent requests from families for paid caregivers, […]

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SJICF Awards $164,000 in College Scholarships for 2017-2018

15 Jun 2017, written by

Twelve graduating seniors from Friday Harbor High School and one graduating senior from Spring Street International School were awarded scholarships for the 2017/2018 academic year from two different funds held at the San Juan Island Community Foundation. Inskeep Legacy Scholarship Fund Isabella Brown, Santa Clara University, $3,000 Eli Cooper-West, University of Washington, $3,000 Griffin Cuomo, […]

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2017 Inskeep Scholarship Application Deadline

15 Feb 2017, written by

Inskeep Scholarship Application Deadline Date: May 10, 2017 by 5pm. Please call us at (360) 378-1001 with questions.  Thank you!

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Charles Anderson

14 Jan 2017, written by

A forty-year resident of San Juan Island, Charles Anderson is celebrating his twelfth year as the Foundation’s chairman. During his tenure, annual grants to the community have grown by an average of 50 times. In 1976 he founded Cogent Data Technologies, a successful computer hardware networking company headquartered in Friday Harbor with offices in Seattle, […]

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Scott Boden

14 Jan 2017, written by

Originally hailing from the Quad Cities, Scott moved to Southern California in the early 70’s. After going to school for Architecture and Astronomy, he became a video game designer, toy designer and electrical/software/hardware engineer. After founding Enerdyne Technologies in 1984, and developing a myriad of products for the aerospace industry and NASA , he sold […]

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Tom Cable

14 Jan 2017, written by

A retired venture capitalist, Mr. Cable was a founder of Cable & Howse Ventures as well as Cable, Howse & Ragen, a Seattle investment banking firm now known as Ragen MacKenzie, a division of Wells Fargo. Mr. Cable is a founder and past chairman of the Washington Research Foundation, a technology transfer and early stage […]

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Maude Cumming

13 Jan 2017, written by

Maude Cumming has been working around the local public school system for the past 20 plus years, and

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Pamela Gross

13 Jan 2017, written by

Pamela traveled around the world on a 31’ sailboat for 10 years before settling in Friday Harbor in 1997.  Highlights of her travels to isolated places – including the Galapagos Islands, Papua New Guinea and southern Japan – sharpened her interest in the natural world and preservation.  For nine years, she worked for the County Land […]

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