The Stanwood-Camano Area Foundation is committed to fostering and promoting a culture of philanthropy in our local community. We work with community members, businesses, and other local non-profit organizations to connect people who care with the causes and initiatives that matter most to them. We build a healthy, sustainable community through a variety of programs that provide basic needs, promote arts & culture, support education, and enhance quality of life.
The Stanwood Camano Area Foundation, in partnership with Stanwood High School and the American Legion Post 92, traditionally hosts an annual Scholarship Night Event to present Stanwood-Camano Community Scholarships for local seniors. This year, an online presentation was aired on May 26, available at https://shs.stanwood.wednet.edu/event_streaming.
The Stanwood-Camano Online Resource Hub is a hyper-local well-being resource, created in partnership with Providence Institute for a Healthier Community. It features community resource listings and simple search tools that make it easy for you to connect with resources serving the Stanwood-Camano area.
The Stanwood Camano Area Foundation recently awarded six local adults with scholarships to further their education.
Gladys Heintz Memorial Scholarships were awarded to Kellyn Miller and Sarah Titus. The Kathy Peebler Caregiver Scholarship went to Brittany Collins. Sarah Margaret Macdonald Nursing Scholarships went to Keesha Downing and Danielle Felzer. The Stanwood Democrats/Delores Haglund Jones Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Christopher Mayhew.