Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation – General Information
This video was developed by the Amador High School digital team of Seth Harlan and Nolan McMahan.
A new flag, aluminum flagpole, and installation came in the form of a donation to the school and SCCBF from long-time Amador County resident Mary Lou D’Agostini.
We would like to thank everyone who was on hand for our Flag Raising and Tour of the Historic Sutter Creek Grammar School.
The event was held on Sunday, September 19, 2021 at the Historic Sutter Creek Grammar School in observance of its 150th anniversary.
Flag Raising Service Presented By:
American Legion Post 108
Cub Scout Pack 63
Jake Guidi Singing the National Anthem
The Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation is dedicated to the restoration, preservation and development of the community’s historic assets both now and for future generations.
WHO WE ARE
Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation was founded in 2012 by a group of Sutter Creek residents with deep roots in the community. We are dedicated to the restoration, preservation and development of Sutter Creek’s historic assets both now and for future generations.
As a not for profit organization under the umbrella of the Amador Community Foundation, we can offer all the tax benefits of a 501 ( c ) 3 Community Benefit Foundation.
- To increase public awareness of our diverse history and our cultural heritage.
- Encourage private giving for public good.
- Build and maintain permanent endowments to respond to community needs.
- Address those needs through grant making.
- Provide an opportunity for private donors to make a lasting contribution to our community.
Become a member
Donate your time or money … or both
Check out the benefits of giving
Learn about the people behind Sutter Creek Benefit Foundation
Charming Sutter Creek makes great weekend getaway.
Press Democrat features Sutter Creek and Sutter Creek Community Benefit Foundation Projects. “Gold Rush history buffs and their companions can have a great weekend in Sutter Creek, containing many boutiques, eateries, wine-tasting rooms and old-fashioned charm in a walkable Sierra Foothills town just 45 miles southeast of Sacramento.“