We get it: you’re busy. You have a tight budget. Sometimes you just need a great (free!) space for your meetings, trainings, and workshops. A flexible space with plenty of light, and free parking.
Not to worry, we’ve got you covered.
The Central Valley Community Foundation offers meeting spaces at no cost to Central Valley non-profits, community benefit organizations, and educational-, religious-, and local government-affiliated groups.We have four spaces: a board room, a conference room, a small meeting room, and our largest meeting space, the Center for Community Room with a 98-person occupancy.
As the largest and most-used space, the Center for Community (C4C) holds up to 98 people and is where our community partners and large groups from across the Valley gather to share ideas and work together to make change happen. The C4C has A/V capabilities and can be easily configured to suit the needs of any group seeking to hold a meeting or event.
This May, the Central Valley Community Foundation is proud to offer the nationally-acclaimed BoardSource curriculum, presented by Dr. Don Simmons of the Humanics Program at California State University, Fresno. This Board Governance series will examine strategies for creating a collaborative board culture that delivers higher levels of organizational leadership, productivity, and satisfaction within your organization. Over five sessions, participants will gain valuable skills in order to become a high-functioning board with a strategic focus on boardmember roles, responsibilities, and oversight.
If you have any questions about the upcoming BoardSource trainings, please contact Kelvin F. Alfaro, CVCF Senior Programs Officer, at 559-325-4515, or at: email@example.com.
In addition to the events held by our community partners, CVCF utilizes the Center for Community for receptions for our grantees, workshops, and as a convening space for CVCF partner programs such as Fresno County Cradle 2 Career and Next Generation Philanthropy.
For inquiries related to meeting space availability, reservations, and capacity, please contact the Community Engagement Associate, Ann-Marie Padilla, via phone at: 559-226-5600, or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you soon!
Please note that all reservation requests are schedule to review by CVCF staff. All necessary paperwork must be submitted and reviewed upon full before reservations are finalized. CVCF staff reserves the right to refuse a reservation request for any reason.