Below is an archive of past achievements and works in which the Foundation was involved.
Recently Paula Fritz Eddy, the Executive Director from the Elk County Community Foundation (ECCF), met with the Board of Trustees from the Stackpole-Hall Foundation to thank them and report to the Trustees how their investment in the Elk County Community Foundation has contributed to the success of the organization.
Elk County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of North Central PA is pleased to announce the election of the new Board Officers.
Recently the Elk County Humane Society showed off their facilities to representatives from the Charles and Doris Schloder Memorial Fund.
The Taylor Schutz Memorial Scholarship, administered by the Elk County Community Foundation, is one of the newest scholarships available to a SMAHS graduating Lady Dutch Basketball player.
The Elk County Community Foundation (ECCF), an affiliate of the Community Foundation of North Central Pennsylvania, announces their annual granting cycle applications are now available to area nonprofit organizations. Applications will be accepted through July 15, 2013 and are available by calling the ECCF’s office at 834-2125 or via their website.
The Elk County Community Foundation awarded a total of 97 scholarships to local students this year totaling over $117,000 in scholarship funds.
Recently, the Elk County Community Foundation Board of Directed approved grants to be distributed from the Harrison and Muriel Dauer Stackpole Family Fund. The Advisors for that Fund recommended four organizations to receive $22,170. These organizations are the Community Education Council, Elkland Search and Rescue, City of St. Marys Police Department, and the Elk County Catholic High School.
Women Who Care Grant Applications are currently available with a deadline for submission by August 15th, 2013. The granting dollars available for this granting cycle will be $16,000.
The Non-Profit Academy is a partnership between the Elk County Community Foundation and a network of Leadership Elk County Alumni. In this 6-hour conference, attendees will network, share and learn.
Calling all women who care about their community to become a member of Women Who Care!
Recently Northwest Savings Bank presented a $40,000 check to the Elk County Community Foundation. These funds will be included in the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC) which then will make grants available to area public schools to support innovative educational programs that do not fall within the typical academic program.
The Elk County Community Foundation (ECCF) brought together non profit organizations that serve the residents of Ridgway, who where chosen to receive a grant from the Borough of Ridgway Charitable Fund.