Foundation of Art Award

Congratulations to the 2015 Foundation of Art Award nominees! This year, thirteen artists were nominated for this prestigious award. View their work in our online gallery. 

33 Years of Impact

Read our 2014 Annual Report to learn about some of the many successes achieved over the last year in partnership with our donors and grantees.

Supporting Future Leaders

The Community Foundation supports student achievement through scholarships to technical colleges and 4-year universities. Starting a fund or investing in one of our scholarship funds is a valuable way to give back.

President & CEO Announces Retirement

After 11 years of service to the Pierce County region, Rose Lincoln Hamilton announced to the board on September 22, 2014 her plans to retire in June 2015. 

Flexible Giving

At The Community Foundation, we honor your intent to give by providing structure and flexibility. There are multiple ways you can invest in your community without starting a fund. Visit our Ways to Give page for more information.


Learn more!The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation is your community foundation, committed to helping build a stronger future for the Pierce County region.

For over 33 years, we've partnered with generous individuals, families, community leaders, nonprofit organizations and other people just like you to strengthen our community through philanthropy.

We make it easy for people to make a difference—now and for generations to come.  Join us!

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Tacoma Welcomes Aquil Basheer

Program Officer, Holy Chea, attends Aquil Basheer's training in Tacoma.

Artist Spotlight: Jeremy Gregory

Meet one of our 2015 Foundation of Art Award nominees-- Jeremy Gregory

Artist Spotlight: Daniel Martin

Meet one of our 2015 Foundation of Art Award nominees-- Daniel Martin
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Press Release: 2015 Foundation of Art Nominees Announced

Congratulations to the Foundation of Art Award Nominees

Community Foundation featured in The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Community Foundation partakes in a national movement surrounding the film Selma.
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