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Highland Ridge Community Development Corporation, Independence Conservancy honored
The Washington County Community Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Margi Shrum as Manager, Marketing & Communications
From June 6-12, the WCCF will host its annual web-based contest for charities who have registered to participate in its upcoming WCCF Gives day of giving.
The WCCF has named Virginia Vasko, a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) educator from Bentworth School District, the recipient of this year’s Dr. Howard Jack Outstanding Public Educator Award.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that it has selected Traci McDonald to receive its annual Louis E. Waller Humanitarian Award.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that Kenneth Donahue has been named the recipient of this year’s Richard L. White Excellence Award for Board Service.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that it has received a $5,000 gift from the Bowles Rice law firm to serve as the Signature Sponsor of the Legacy Luncheon donor appreciation and awards event.
The WCCF is pleased to announce that it has received a $2,500 gift from Community Bank to serve as the exclusive sponsor of the Foundation’s new Heart of Giving Charity Storybook website.
Washington County Community Foundation (WCCF) Allocations & Programs Coordinator Amy Shope recently accepted an $85,000 contribution in support of the EIO Fund from EQT Corporation
The WCCF is raffling four Pittsburgh Penguins tickets for the Sunday, April 3, 2016 game against the Philadelphia Flyers at CONSOL Energy Center.
The WCCF recently presented EIO Fund grants totaling $79,500 to Burgettstown Area School District, Canon-McMillan School District, Charleroi Area School District, and Chartiers-Houston School District
The WCCF is currently accepting applications for post-secondary scholarships.
The WCCF recently accepted a $20,000 contribution to the ESO Fund from Dollar Bank.
The WCCF’s Building Charitable Capacity Learning Institute will host a Fundraising 101 workshop on Thursday, March 3 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Samuel T. Brownlee House.