Click on the image above to register for the first session of our Nonprofit Leadership & Engagement Educational Series. On February 7, a panel of six local foundation and corporation representatives will discuss how to craft winning grant proposals. We hope to see you on our screens!
The African American Community Fund seeks to promote and support the African American community in Washington County. As the WCCF's newest pooled, special interest fund, contributions through current and planned gifts are welcome.
The WCCF is excited to announce our new Community Snapshot project. To learn more about Community Snapshot and how to get involved, click on the image.
Interested in sharing your perspective on Washington County's needs? The WCCF will be convening focus groups in seven interest areas to collect input from a wide cross-section of community stakeholders for the Community Snapshot project. Those interested in serving in one or more focus groups can register by clicking the image.
The WCCF joins the community in mourning the loss of local entrepreneur and philanthropist, Joseph Hardy, whose heart was always "close to home." Read more about Mr. Hardy's extraordinary life, as well as his perspectives on charitable giving and service by clicking the image.
Congratulations to Louis E. Waller Humanitarian Award Honoree, Dr. Geraldine M. Jones, & Northrop Family Excellence Award for Community Philanthropy Honoree, Ann K. Drach.
The Washington County Community Foundation (WCCF) was initiated by community leaders to encourage charitable giving. Its mission is to improve the quality of life in Washington County by promoting and facilitating philanthropy.