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June 13, 2024

WCCF Range Resources Good Neighbors Fund Announces Awards

A total of $213,552 in grants from the Range Resources Good Neighbors Fund at the Washington County Community Foundation was recently awarded to 49 first responder organizations in Range Resource’s core operating area. The grants will help purchase a variety of items including rescue tools, personal protective equipment, and communication devices as well as support critical facility upgrades.

May 28, 2024

WCCF Seeking Applications for Presidential Awards

The Foundation is currently seeking applications for its Presidential Awards, which are presented at two levels: the Silver level that includes a $25,000 grant and the Crystal level that includes a $10,000 grant. The deadline for both levels is July 1.

May 1, 2024

Beltane at the Brownlee House

Samuel and Catherine Brownlee have returned home in celebration of Beltane on this May 1 with the help of local artist, Jessica Burkley. Ms. Burkley used small portraits obtained from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania to create a pair of stylized paintings for Catherine and Samuel. The portraits serve as a wonderful addition to the Brownlee House Heritage Rooms, which have been curated to tell the story of how wealthy Scottish immigrants, like the Brownlee Family, might have lived on the 19th century American frontier.

April 4, 2024

Community Foundation Announces WCCF Gives 2024

The Washington County Community Foundation has cumulatively awarded close to $12 million in unrestricted grants to Washington County charities through WCCF Gives. Each year, this annual community-wide giving event is supported by thousands of donors and provides grants to more than 100 local charities providing diverse programs throughout Washington County.

April 2, 2024

Internship Grants Available for Local Nonprofits

The WCCF is currently seeking applications from local nonprofits for internship grants.

March 11, 2024

The Community Snapshot Project

The Community Snapshot is a new concept.

Using data-driven research, the Washington County Community Foundation looked at our County’s strengths and weaknesses, and then created the Community Snapshot website to profile those needs and opportunities. Go to - you can learn about services local non-profits offer or educate yourself about great causes to support. It shows where we are as a county and where we need to go. Check out