The Community Foundation works hard to maximize every dollar we invest in the community. We knew that the 416 Fire would affect nonprofits' ability to raise money because businesses were hit hard with significantly reduced numbers of visitors. We used $100,000 to support the nonprofits, who in return supported our local businesses. This was a win-win-win proposition. It offered an opportunity for nonprofits to strengthen existing business relationships and forge new relationships. Stories from the nonprofits and businesses have been heartwarming.