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Each year the WCCF awards some grants from its discretionary grant-making resources through an open, competitive process that addresses the changing needs of the community. Currently, the Foundation is accepting grant requests in six areas.
The WCCF has released the results of its recent web-based “Clicks for Cash” contest for charities registered to participate in WCCF Gives – Washington County’s official day of giving on September 9.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that Trustee E. Alex Paris, III has been named the recipient of this year’s Richard L. White Excellence Award for Board Service.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that its annual Director’s Choice Award was recently presented to CASA for Kids. The award included a $10,000 unrestricted grant from the Acorn Fund.
The Washington County Community Foundation (WCCF) has completed its post-secondary scholarship cycle for 2015, awarding 62 scholarships totaling a record-breaking $106,500.
The Washington County Community Foundation is seeking volunteers from the community.
The WCCF is currently accepting applications for its Field of Interest Funds.
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.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that it has selected Dave Richards to receive its annual Louis E. Waller Humanitarian Award.
In June, the WCCF will host a web-based contest for charities who have registered to participate in its upcoming WCCF Gives day of giving. The winning organizations will receive a total of $3,000 in unrestricted grants from the Foundation’s Acorn Fund.
The seventh annual Peters Township Jazz Band Reunion Concert will be held on Saturday, May 16 at 7 p.m. in the Peters Township High School Auditorium
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.
The WCCF recently awarded a $25,000 EIO Fund grant 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. Funding for the grant was provided by CONSOL Energy.
The WCCF is accepting applications through April 1 for its annual Director’s Choice Award, which includes a $10,000 grant.
The WCCF is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy Shope as its Allocations & Programs Coordinator.