Edward C. Morascyzk
Total Assets: $18,000,000
Cumulative Grant-making: $7,975,000
Total Funds: 184
Chairman: Edward C. Morascyzk
Marketing Theme: Heart of Giving
Adopted a Strategic Plan to chart the direction for the Foundation over the next five years.
Presented the President's Choice Award, previously the Director's Choice Award, to Highland Ridge Community Development Corporation and Independence Conservancy. This year marks the first time the Foundation has been able to issue two of these awards
Recognized Kenneth Donahue with the Richard L. White Excellence Award for Board Service
Recognized Virginia Vasko (Bentworth School District) with the Dr. Howard Jack Outstanding Public Educator Award
Recognized Traci McDonald with the Louis E. Waller Humanitarian Award
Awarded a $25,000 Acorn Fund grant to Washington City Mission to assist in rebuilding after a fire did extensive damage to the Mission's facilities.
Received a $500,000 grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation to continue rehabilitative work at the historic Brownlee House.
Awarded a $10,000 grant from the Arts Fund to the LeMoyne Community Center for the Threading Through Our History quilting project.
Awarded a $10,000 Mother's Fund grant to the Greater Washington County Food Bank for the Country Thrift Market Project.
Recognized Cox Market, cfsbank, and Community Bank with Charles C. Keller Excellence Awards for Corporate Philanthropy
Honored Andrew Uram as the Philanthropist of the Year.