Calaveras Community Foundation (CCF) Adds New Board Member
Liz Gimble has recently joined the Calaveras Community Foundation as its newest Board Member. She has a diverse background in project coordinating, grant writing, and sales, along with her BA degree from CSU, Sacramento.
“I am really excited about joining the Foundation Board” Gimble said. “It really is quite an honor to represent an organization that does so much good for the local community.”
Liz has resided in Valley Springs since 1992. She and her husband, Dale, enjoy gardening, boating, and entertaining. They have a grown daughter, Stephani, who is studying at UC Merced.
CCF President Linda Kangeter adds, “We are pleased to welcome a new board member from Valley Springs. Liz’s experience in project coordination and grant writing will be especially helpful as CCF continues its efforts to support recovery from the Butte Fire. Welcome Liz.”
Calaveras Community Foundation is very proud of what has been accomplished since its founding in 2000. Now in it’s 16th year, CCF manages over 45 charitable funds and fiscal scholarships. As of this date, more than $1,200,000 has been distributed in scholarships, competitive grants and assistance. Students have been helped to pursue their educational dreams. Other funds have gone to support a wide range of projects to improve the quality of life from one end of our County to the other.