PINC seeks applicants for '15 beneficiary

Fresno's Philanthropy Inspired by the Needs of our Community (PINC), a nonprofit founded in 2008 to support other local nonprofits, is looking for an organization to support for 2015.

Wells Fargo local grants total $120K

The Fresno Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and SCORE will both receive $50,000 as part of Wells Fargo's 2014 Economic Opportunities Grant.

Fresno Vallarta location top spot for donations

A Fresno Vallarta Supermarkets location raised the most money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals during the Southern California-based chain's recent four-week donation drive.

Fresno Regional Foundation hires new CEO

Hugh RalstonThe Fresno Regional Foundation has hired a new CEO to replace Dan DeSantis, who departed in June after nine years at the helm of one of the Valley's largest community benefit organizations.

Feeding Families food drive raises $51K

From right to left: Ray Appleton with Community Food Bank CEO Andy SouzaA fundraiser hosted by KMJ 580, KMPH Fox 26 and local agriculture company Gar Tootelian Inc. yesterday helped raise $51,000 for Fresno's Community Food Bank.

KMJ hosts Feeding Families Food Drive today

Radio station KMJ (AM 580 and FM 105.9) is teaming up with a couple of partners for the Feeding Families Food Drive today in Fresno.

Bank of America gives $373K to Valley nonprofits

Bank of America announced its year-to-date giving with grants totaling $373,000 to Valley nonprofits that support residents in need.

Foundation to award $356K in teen pregnancy grants

The Fresno Regional Foundation is hosting a reception Sept. 3 for its $356,908 in grant awards for seven organizations working to prevent teen pregnancy.

Foundation offering $275K in environmental grants

The Fresno Regional Foundation announced the opening of its 2014 Environment Grant Cycle, offering $275,000 to community benefit organizations in Fresno, Tulare, Madera, Merced, Kings and Mariposa counties.

Study: Valley lags in nonprofit services

The San Joaquin Valley has among the highest poverty rates in the state, and yet accounts for relatively few nonprofits to serve them, a new report showed.