We Help You Manage Your Giving

Our core work at the Community Foundation is helping people manage their charitable giving. This is our central expertise. We provide a broad range of services and tools to help you make your giving more effective and efficient. Explore some of the solutions we offer below,  see how we continue to serve you over the years after you open your fund, and explore our interactive fund map. Then give us a call to find out more!


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What next after I upload my song?

Mastering: Once your file is received, we will begin to work on it and it should be ready to download after 3 days. Ocassionally check on your status and we will also send out an email to let you know when your song is ready for download. Mixing: You should expect to receive a finished mix within 3 - 5 days

Can I upload more than one songs?

Mastering & Mixing: Yes! You can upload more than one song but make sure you've paid for this songs.

How long will it take to get my master or mix?

Mastering: You will have your master ready for download within 1-3 days. Mixing: Your mix will be ready within 3-5 days

Can i upload an mp3 file?

Yes. You can upload an mp3 file, however we recommend uploading a .wav or .aif file, as these files have a higher resolution than a mp3 file and they sound much better. If mp3 is all you have, the result would still be desirable, so there is no need to fret. is just that .wav or .aif sounds better.

How do you master my song?

We listen and critically analyze your song(s) and then we make different adjustments as needed. And because we want the best for you, we may ask you to make some re-adjustment in the mixing stage and then send the track back to us at no additional cost.

The minimum dollar amount to establish a permanent fund is $5,000, although the fund must reach $10,000 in donated assets within 3 years.  Non-permanent funds (which we call "pass-through funds") do not have a minimum. You can see the fees we charge to manage these funds here.