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|Donate||Women's Giving Circle Fund
In 2016, 12 women from across the region came together to play an active role in changing the lives of women and girls in their communities. The Women's Giving Circle was established to empower, connect, and inspire women and girls by supporting initiatives and resources that better their lives. This dynamic group of women—now 70+ strong—continues to engage in new relationships, provide valuable grants to local organizations, and share their passions with the community. ((If your donation is for a Women's Giving Circle membership, please list the level in the comments/notes box.))
|Donate||Brighter Christmas Fund
The Brighter Christmas Fund was launched in 1985 by Press Enterprise Chairman Paul R. Eyerly III as a campaign focused on giving back to the local community. Since its conception, the paper's readers donated more than $2 million to help families in need during the holiday season. Requests for help are reviewed by members of the Fund's volunteer advisory committee, which includes repsentatives from social service and educational institutions in Columbia and Montour Counties. The Brighter Christmas Fund joined the Foundation's family of funds in 2019, passing off administrative functions once based in the newspaper's business office. Your gift helps provide charitable grants to nonprofit agencies to support those in need in our community during the holiday season. (Your donation will be listed in the Press Enterprise and the Foundation's Annual Report per your donor information or designated "name recognition".)
|Donate||Madelyn L. Whitmer Education Scholarship Fund (Selinsgrove)
The Madelyn L. Whitmer Education Scholarship Fund was established by the Whitmer siblings to honor their dad's wish for a scholarship dedicated to the memory of his wife. Madelyn worked in the Selinsgrove School District administrative offices for many years. This scholarship fund awards scholarships to Selinsgrove Area High School graduating seniors pursuing a teaching career.
|Donate||Alex Wagner's Football Fund (Bloomsburg)
This fund honors the memory of Alex Charles Wagner, 23, who passed away suddenly at his home in August 2021. Alex was a graduate of Central Columbia High School, where he loved serving as the equipment manager for the Blue Jay's football team. Alex's fund will provide charitable grants to the Central Columbia School District to support Central's Football Team with equipment and supplies that benefit player safety, learning and experience. Alex loved his family more than anything. He would help anyone do anything and do so with diligence. Alex's life was not always easy, but he was resilient. He was and always will be loved beyond measure.
|Donate||Martz's Game Farm Fund (Sunbury)
The Martz's Game Farm Fund is an unrestricted fund established by a local business to support unmet needs in the Sunbury area as determined by the Sunbury board and Foundation staff.
|Donate||Neighbors Helping Neighbors Unrestricted Fund (Danville)
The Neighbors Helping Neighbors Fund supports local, unmet needs in the Danville community. Because of their desire to help others and encourage the spirit of giving in the community, the Danville Board began this fund in 2007 through their own individual donations. Neighbors Helping Neighbors is Danville's opportunity to meet current needs of the community forever.
|Donate||Regional Impact Fund
Established by the Foundation board, the Regional Impact Fund provides resources to areas of unmet need throughout the Central Susquehanna Region, following the charitable purposes and 5 1/2-county footprint of the Foundation.