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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.
The WCCF is currently accepting applications for more than 30 post-secondary scholarships.
The WCCF is raffling four Pittsburgh Penguins tickets and a parking pass for the Wednesday, April 1, 2015 game against the Philadelphia Flyers at CONSOL Energy Center.
WCCF Board Chair Deborah Takach recently accepted a $15,000 contribution to the EOS Fund from Dollar Bank Vice President, Treasury Management Joe Stromei.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that its Samuel T. Brownlee House Project has been approved for a $50,000 grant from the Washington County Local Share Account (LSA).
The WCCF is pleased to announce that President & CEO Betsie Trew has been elected to serve as a member of the Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania Board of Directors.
The WCCF is encouraging eligible charities to register for WCCF Gives, Washington County’s official community-wide day of giving set for Wednesday, September 9.
FTS International’s Northeast Division Manager Raymond Dyson recently presented a $10,000 EIO Fund contribution to the WCCF.
Members of the community with a valid email address are encouraged to participate in a brief eSurvey (email survey) that is being conducted as part of the WCCF’s strategic planning process.
The WCCF recently received a total of $81,500 in contributions from Northwest Savings Bank in support of local education programs, making the bank the single largest contributor to the Foundation’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) programs in 2014.
The WCCF is currently accepting nominations for four annual community awards: the Dr. Howard Jack Outstanding Public Educator Award, the Louis E. Waller Humanitarian Award, the Charles C. Keller Excellence Award for Corporate Philanthropy, and the Philanthropist of the Year Award.
The WCCF recently awarded its annual $10,000 Arts Fund grant to Washington Symphonic Orchestra, also known as the Washington Symphony Orchestra, (WSO) to be used toward the hiring of an executive director.