Camp Fire Recovery Efforts

Golden Valley Bank Community Foundation has been committed to the recovery efforts in the aftermath of the Camp Fire. During the 3rd quarter of 2021, $25,000 was donated to the Camp Fire Collaborative Unmet Needs Roundtable. The Unmet Needs Roundtable is a collaborative group of funders that meet on a monthly basis to review cases that have been fully vetted and presented by case managers with the goal of providing long term, sustainable housing solutions for Camp Fire Survivors that have fallen through the cracks in other programs. This is the last resort for these individuals. There are many success stories of families that have been given a new start through the efforts of the Unmet Needs Roundtable.

Laurie Kee from Golden Valley Bank and Seana O’Shaughnessy from CHIPSupporting CHIP

This quarter we have committed $47,500.00 to Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP). These funds will assist in building additional Single Family Residences on the ridge as well as helping with their rental communities.



(Pictured above: Seana O’Shaughnessy, President/CEO of CHIP and Laurie Kee, SVP Director of Relationship Banking for Golden Valley Bank)

Valley Contractors Exchange

We are partnering with Valley Contractors Exchange to help fund a program that will train the numerous volunteers and upcoming workforce with a mobile classroom/construction trailer. More details on this program will be available in the future. We are excited to be a part of this much needed project!

For more information on the efforts of the Golden Valley Bank Community Foundation, check out our Foundation page.  

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