WCCF Trustees Gwendolyn Simmons & Lynne Stout read to students from the Mon Valley YMCA's pre-school program. The Mon Valley YMCA recently received $45,600 in pre-school scholarships from the EPK Fund.
The Genesis Center of Washington received an unrestricted grant totaling $3,409 through WCCF Gives. How the grant was used might surprise you. Click on the photo to read Genesis's Gives Grant story.
Employees of the Bowles Rice Southpointe Office pose for a photo. Bowles Rice law firm will serve as the Signature Sponsor of the Foundation's 2014 Legacy Celebration donor appreciation and awards event.
The historic Samuel Brownlee House located at 1253 Brownlee Road (State Route 519) in Eighty Four, PA, was generously donated to the WCCF by William & Saundra Stout.
WCCF Chairman William Campbell poses with Range Resources Community Relations Specialist Andrea Cooper & Communications Manager Mike Mackin. This year, Range Resources is a first-time sponsor of WCCF Gives.
Domestic Violence Services of SWPA received an unrestricted grant totaling $3,806 through WCCF Gives. How the grant was used might surprise you. Click on the photo to read DVSSP's Gives Grant story.
The WCCF recently awarded a $25,000 EIO Fund grant to Ringgold School District to initiate a steel drum band program.
The sixth annual Peters Township Jazz Band Reunion Concert held this past March raised more than $3,100 for the Dave Pew Memorial Scholarship at the Washington County Community Foundation.