HONESDALE, PA — Wayne County Community Foundation is putting its money where its mouth is. Or more accurately, it’s fulfilling its mission to systemic philanthropy that preserves and …
HONESDALE, PA — Wayne County Community Foundation is putting its money where its mouth is. Or more accurately, it’s fulfilling its mission to systemic philanthropy that preserves and enhances the quality of life for all people in Wayne County.
In first quarter of its 2022/23 fiscal year, the board of directors approved the following grants:
$1,500 to the Children’s Service Center of Wyoming Valley, to help purchase new chairs and improve the Honesdale office for clients.
$2,500 to Growing Older Together, to supplement donations for general operating expenses and expansion.
$2,000 to Wayne Memorial Hospital, to help purchase compression garments for lymphedemia patients.
$5,000 to the Institute, to conduct comprehensive surveys of Wayne County, assessing the county’s needs.
$500 to Project Linus, to purchase materials to make blankets for children and families in need.
$3,000 to the Forest City Area Historical Society, for the purchase of aluminum trail-signage.
$2,000 to the Wayne Highlands Interact Club, to help fund a kayak trip down the Lackawaxen.
For more information about the foundation’s grant-making process, or to apply for an organizational grant, visit WayneFoundation.org.
The deadline for second-quarter applications is Tuesday, November 1.
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