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Recently, the WCCF facilitated a tour of the Village of FPC for First Niagara Bank Washington Branch Manager Michael Pujia. Since 2011, First Niagara has contributed a grand total of $38,000 to the EPK Fund.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that the Washington County Commissioners have officially proclaimed September 10 as “WCCF Gives Day” in Washington County.
The WCCF has presented the Chartiers Houston Community Library with an opportunity to raise $40,000.
The WCCF is currently accepting grant requests in all six of its funding areas.
Eligible charities are reminded that July 31 will be the final day to register for WCCF Gives, Washington County’s official community-wide day of giving on September 10.
The WCCF is pleased to announce the election of officers and two Trustees at its recent annual meeting.
Washington County Community Foundation (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 10.
To date, CONSOL has made contributions totaling more than $540,000 to the WCCF’s EITC program.
WCCF Allocations & Programs Coordinator Jacqueline Palko recently accepted a total of $10,000 in contributions ($5,000 to the ESO Fund and $5,000 to the EOS Fund) from Dollar Bank Vice President, Treasury Management Joe Stromei.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that its annual Director’s Choice Award was presented to the Bradford House Historical Association. The award included a $10,000 unrestricted grant from the Acorn Fund.
The Washington County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that Trustee William G. Stough has been named the recipient of this year’s Richard L. White Excellence Award for Board Service.
The WCCF is currently accepting applications for its Field of Interest Funds.
The Washington County Community Foundation has completed its endowed scholarship cycle for 2014, awarding 51 scholarships totaling $76,300
The WCCF has named Matthew Cheran, a Social Studies teacher from Peters Township Middle School, the recipient of this year’s Dr. Howard Jack Outstanding Public Educator Award.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that it has selected Nellie (Housel) Chester to receive its annual Louis E. Waller Humanitarian Award.