Below is an archive of past achievements and works in which the Foundation was involved.
The Elk County Community Foundation recently met with local organizations and groups that will benefit from the creation of a new Fund at the Foundation.
The St. Marys Pounder Girls Softball Travel Teams was the grateful recipient of a donation from Barb Fiedler, a new member of WWC. Barb made the donation of $250 to help the new group that formed in the area.
The Animal Emergency Care Fund was established to provide shelter animals with life threating medical care.
Recently the Community Links, executive director, Pam FinGado met with Ted Schneider one of the donor advisors of the Harrison and Muriel Dauer Stackpole Family Fund to express their gratitude for their recent grant.
The Elk County Community Foundation (ECCF), announces their annual granting cycle applications are now available to area nonprofit organizations.
The Michelle A. Campbell Memorial Nursing Scholarship Fund, administered by The Elk County Community Foundation, recently awarded $1,600 to Rhianon Fowler, a 2013 graduate of Johnsonburg Area High School.
Two new scholarships with the North Central Community Foundation of PA are the Ole Bull Violin and the Inez Bull Piano Scholarships that were established by the Spunky Norwegian Foundation.
Recently, the Joseph A. Williams Medical Scholarship for $4425 was awarded to Emily Detsch of St. Marys, by the Elk County Community Foundation.
Women Who Care Grant Applications are currently available with a deadline for submission by August 14th, 2015. The granting dollars available for this granting cycle will be $21,000.
Working to Empower Non-Profits and Keep Communities Strong Friday, October 23, 2015 ~ 8 to 1:30
The Elk County Community Foundation has recently awarded a grant of $3,000.00 to the Headwaters Charitable Trust.
The Pheasants Forever Youth Outdoor Endowment was created to help take local challenged or ill youth on outdoor excursions. Of course, we always find time for pheasant hunting!
Recently, Donor Advisors of the Harrison and Muriel Dauer Stackpole Family Fund, held at the Elk County Community Foundation (ECCF) met with members of a number of local agencies. The St. Marys Public Library and the Ridgway Area Little League shared in the $17,223 distributed for projects.