Silicon Valley Community Foundation is one of the largest community foundations in the world with $2.9 billion in assets under management and more than 1,600 philanthropic funds. Created through the landmark merger of Peninsula Community Foundation and Community Foundation Silicon Valley, the new community foundation received its IRS exemption in November 2006 and officially launched in January 2007. We operate on a calendar year.
The community foundation's capacity to serve the community is directly tied to its ability to preserve and enhance its financial assets. To ensure that the goals of the community foundation continue to be met, the board of directors has developed investment policies and guidelines that provide for prudent asset management. An investment committee, comprised of board members and volunteers knowledgeable in the investment field, oversees the investment activities of the community foundation.
Financial Documents Available
- 2010 Independent Auditors Report
- 2010 Investing in the Common Good
- 2010 Advised and Discretionary Grants
- 2010 IRS Form 990 and 990-T
- 2009 Independent Auditor's Report
- 2009 Investing in the Common Good
- 2009 IRS Form 990
- 2009 IRS Form 990-T
- 2008 Independent Auditor's Report
- 2008 Investing in the Common Good
- 2008 IRS Form 990
- 2008 IRS Form 990-T