The WCCF has a new home! The Foundation office is now located on the second floor of the historic Samuel T. Brownlee House. Rehabilitation work on the first floor continues.
The WCCF recently awarded a $25,000 EIO Fund grant to Charleroi Area School District to initiate a technology-driven stream stewardship program for its Middle School science classes. Funding for the grant was provided by EQT Corporation.
A $25,000 EIO Fund grant, sponsored by CONSOL Energy, was recently awarded to McGuffey School District to initiate a technology-based water quality monitoring program for its fifth grade classes in Claysville Elementary School and Joe Walker Elementary School.
As part of our strategic planning process, the WCCF recently hosted a Community Forum to learn more about how the Foundation can chart a strategic direction that will best serve the residents of Washington County. Many community partners were in attendance.
The WCCF is celebrating 20 years of local philanthropy in 2015. Watch us grow from "acorn" to "oak" through our Anniversary Timeline.
What a year! In 2014, the WCCF's cumulative grant-making surpassed $5,000,000! It is amazing to consider how each of those dollars has made an impact in our community.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that it has selected Dave Richards to receive its annual Louis E. Waller Humanitarian Award.
The WCCF has named Thomas Trettel, an English teacher from Trinity High School, the recipient of this year’s Dr. Howard Jack Outstanding Public Educator Award.