Donors Help Washington County Community Foundation Award Over $26K in Grants
Thanks to our generous donors and the Foundation’s Touch Tomorrow Funds, Washington County nonprofits will be receiving over $26,000 in grants.
Outside the Walls received a grant in the amount of $1575.00 to assist with building three wheelchair ramps to provide a safe way for individuals to enter their homes.
A grant in the amount of $6600.00 was awarded to Dare to Care for the Backpack Buddy Program. The program provides low-income children proper nutrition to get through the weekend.
Focus on financial education and literacy is the focus of Junior Achievement. They received a grant in the amount of $2500.00
The Washington County Food Bank is the recipient of a $3500.00 grant. The grant will be used to purchase supplemental food for the Food Bank in order to serve the many clients the receive on a monthly basis.
Get ready for “Cinderella” to hit the stage in Washington County soon. A $7870.00 grant has been awarded to Pied Piper Productions for four performances of the play.
The Humane Society of Washington County will be showcasing cats in style with a new bank of cat cages. They were awarded a grant for $2229.54.
The Salem-Washington Township Senior Citizens Center has been awarded a grant for $706.00 to purchase a new computer for the center.
The Women’s Fund of the Washington County Community Foundation has awarded a grant of $1500.00 to Salem Community Schools for the Salem Middle School Sister Circle. The program provides a safe space for open discussion, guest speakers, and service projects to assist middle school girls to become strong, empowered women of society.
Washington County Community Foundation is a nonprofit public charity established in 1993 to serve donors, award grants, and provide leadership to improve Washington County forever