GEYSERVILLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Geyserville Community Foundation supports and promotes the history, creative arts, recreation and enrichment of the Geyserville community.

CURRENT PROJECTS

 

Our current projects are the 101 Sculpture Trail, Gigantic Galloping Horse, and Geyserville History Museum.

The  Geyserville Community Foundation is officially exempt from federal income tax. The IRS notified the organization of its 501c3 status in a letter received January 3, 2014.  The group was founded with a grant from the Geyserville Chamber of Commerce.

The foundation’s charter is to support and promote the history, creative arts, recreation and enrichment of the Geyserville community. As a public charity we are eligible to receive tax deductible donations that qualify dating back to May 17, 2012.

The GCF coordinates Geyserville’s portion of 101 Sculpture Trail. The 2015 Sculpture Trail has been installed with 9 new pieces and 18 pieces total.

The Foundation is working closely with all interested parties in an attempt to resolve the issues at the Corner Lot in the center of town as quickly as possible.

In addition to the sculptures, GCF mounted a $25,000 capital campaign to replace the aging roof at the Oriental Community Hall, raising $50,000.  Originally the Oriental School, it became a Grange Hall in 1926 and was purchased by Oriental Community Hall, Inc. in the 1960s. Oriental Hall Roof has been completed! Thank you to all who donated.

P.O. Box 593, Geyserville, CA 95441