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Washington County Community Foundation

This month the Mon Valley Regional Chamber’s spotlight shines on the Washington County Community Foundation (WCCF).

 

MVRCCspotlight Dec 2018
Washington County Community Foundation

 

Photo at right:  Seated (L to R): Richard White, secretary, Lynne Stout, Chair, Thomas Hoffman, Vice Chairman, Sandra Guthrie, Treasurer. Standing L to R): Andrew McIlvaine, Thomas Northrop, Michael Anderson, Dorothy Tecklenburg, William Kline III, Geraldine Jones, Alex Paris, Tammy Hardy, James McCune, Brian Smith, Deb Keefer, and Michael Mackin. Missing from photo is Edward Morascyzk, Kurt Salvatori, and Pat Obrien.

For those with a giving heart, the Washington County Community Foundation (WCCF) is a local 501(c) (3) charity that makes charitable giving easier, more satisfying, and more effective. In its mission to promote and facilitate philanthropy, the WCCF assumes four different roles: grant-maker, fundraiser, donor service organization, and community leader.

After ending its first year with a mere $5,000 in assets, the WCCF has grown to manage more than $35,000,000 in assets and is the largest publicly-supported Foundation headquartered in Washington County.

And in addition to hosting Washington County’s annual day of giving, WCCF Gives, the WCCF administers a broad grant-making program and provides free educational seminars for charities serving our community. Cumulatively, more than $13,500,000 in grants and scholarships has been awarded to local charities and students through the Community Foundation.

For more information or to make a gift, please visit www.wccf.net or call 724-222-6330.

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