News from Pickaway County Community Foundation
The Pickaway County Community Foundation unrestricted fund in conjunction with the Yamarick Family Fund and the Chris Gary Memorial Fund are pleased to announce the issuance of a grant in the amount of $7,750 for the assistance in the support of the Foundations 4 Youth Program.
The Pickaway County Community Foundation is pleased to announce the issuance of a grant in the total amount of $1,500 to support the Ronald McDonald House of Central Ohio. This grant is being made in conjunction with the unrestricted fund of PCCF, the Yamarick Family Fund and the Chris Gary Memorial Fund.
The Pickaway County Community Foundation in conjunction with the Yamarick Family Fund issued a grant in the amount of $1,500 to support the Ted Lewis Museum to assist in the presentation of the concert on June 2, 2018 of the “Tribute to Rubinoff and His Violin Concert” at Circleville High School.
The Westfall Education Foundation and the Pickaway County Community Foundation are pleased to announce that a new fund has been established in memory of Emily Nelson. The Emily Nelson Memorial Fund will enable the Westfall School District and the Westfall Education Foundation to partner together to provide additional learning opportunities for the district’s students.
Abby Helser is a 2015 graduate of Teays Valley High School and the recipient of the Warren Sneed-Wally Yamarick Scholarship at Ohio State University. This award was presented at the Engineering Scholarship luncheon held at the Ohio Union.
The US Bank Fund of the Pickaway County Community Foundation Issues Grant to Logan Elm Art Department
Kelly Sockman, District Manager of the US Bank, presented a check from the US Bank Director’s Fund to Logan Elm art teacher, Heath Bennett and high school principal, Nate Smith. This grant will be used to buy iPads for the art department which will assist the “student population by exposing them to the world of visual arts through history, studio production and technology” according to Heath Bennett.
Caring about a community is more than just where you live, raise your family or work. It is about what that community means to someone or the impression it has left.
The Pickaway County Community Foundation’s mission is to enhance Pickaway County through philanthropy. Founded in 2001, The Pickaway County Community Foundation (PCCF) administers a charitable endowment consisting of approximately 82 separately identified funds serving Pickaway County.
The Pickaway County Community Foundation (PCCF) is pleased to announce that the Pickaway County Agricultural Foundation Fund issued a grant totaling $1,000 to the Pickaway County Soil and Water Conservation District and Pickaway County Farm Bureau.