The Calaveras Community Foundation (CCF) proudly announces the addition of Paul Goldberg of Valley Springs to its board, fortifying its mission to uplift and empower the community. With a commitment to service and a wealth of diverse experiences, Goldberg brings insight and expertise to CCF’s strategic endeavors. A Valley Springs resident since 2007, his multifaceted career journey in the food industry includes running his own industrial food ingredient brokerage for 8 years and 15 years as president of an international dessert manufacturing and sales company.

Currently Goldberg and his wife Stephanie work as a marketing and sales team for Century 21. He has shown his commitment to service by volunteering at the CCF sponsored blood drives for the past four years, exemplifying the spirit of philanthropy that defines CCF’s mission.

CCF depends on volunteer board members to continue its projects and grant programs, scholarships, and community service engagements throughout Calaveras County. CCF is currently the only all-encompassing non-profit philanthropic organization in the county.

The addition of Goldberg to the CCF board underscores the organization’s commitment to diversity, excellence, and community engagement. Goldberg’s expertise, passion, and dedication will help propel CCF forward as it continues to serve the organization’s ongoing efforts to improve the lives of Calaveras County residents.

For more information about CCF and its initiatives, please contact the office at (209) 736-1845 or visit