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Harold and Elizabeth Kehne’s Legacy Helps Students Pursue Careers in Education

Harold and Elizabeth Kehne’s Legacy Helps Students Pursue Careers in Education

Harold and Elizabeth Kehne were longtime educators in Frederick County. They positively influenced countless students and believed in the power of education to help shape young people’s lives. A fund in their memory at The Community Foundation of Frederick County honors their legacy by providing support to students pursuing a career path similar to theirs.
Nicholas Jarvis’ Legacy Helps Students Pursue Dreams Similar to His

Nicholas Jarvis’ Legacy Helps Students Pursue Dreams Similar to His

Nicholas Jarvis was everyone’s friend and always saw the good in people. He was a boy who had many interests, and he was a kind, caring child who was always willing to help others. A fund in his memory at The Community Foundation of Frederick County honors his legacy by helping students pursue dreams similar to his.
Forever Frederick County: How the Community Foundation is Preparing for the Unpredictable

Forever Frederick County: How the Community Foundation is Preparing for the Unpredictable

If anyone understands how unpredictable life can be, it is Michael Cumberland. As a longtime Vice President at Keller Stonebraker Insurance, Inc., he has worked with many individuals and families dealing with the fallout from unanticipated challenges affecting their health, homes, businesses, and more. While serving on The Community Foundation of Frederick County’s Grants Committee, he has read countless applications from organizations requesting funds to bridge the gap between their budgets and the cost of supporting our community’s quality of life. In June of 2017, Mike dealt with perhaps the cruelest blow of all when his wife Gina M. Cumberland passed away following a heart transplant.
Hallein Advisory Fund Established at Community Foundation

Hallein Advisory Fund Established at Community Foundation

FREDERICK, MD – July 16, 2021: The Hallein Advisory Fund has been established with The Community Foundation of Frederick County and becomes one of its more than 740 component funds. Founded by Katrina Suzanne Hallein, the donor-advised fund’s purpose is to provide grants in support of the Community Foundation’s mission.
Fund in Julie Ann Robertson Cashour’s Memory Promotes Neurofibromatosis Awareness

Fund in Julie Ann Robertson Cashour’s Memory Promotes Neurofibromatosis Awareness

Julie Ann Robertson Cashour was an inspiration to her family and everyone who knew her. In 1970 at the age of seven, she was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis, a disease she would battle for the duration of her life. A fund established in her memory at The Community Foundation of Frederick County honors her legacy by promoting awareness of neurofibromatosis and providing critical support for research and for organizations serving people with the disease.
A New Generation of Philanthropy

A New Generation of Philanthropy

Born and raised just north of Libertytown, Ashley Goldsborough wears many hats. Mother to an active 3-year-old-old daughter, Ashley is also a 15-year employee of First United Bank, an active community volunteer, and a proud supporter of The Community Foundation of Frederick County.
Jeanie Cronin’s Inspiration to Give Back to Her Community

Jeanie Cronin’s Inspiration to Give Back to Her Community

Jeanie Cronin has been tireless with her efforts in advocating for and providing services to immigrant populations in Frederick. She received a 2010 Wertheimer Fellow for Excellence in Volunteerism Award from The Community Foundation of Frederick County. Our 2021 Wertheimer Fellow and Youth in Action Award nominations are open throughout the month of May, and I would like to take the time to share Ms. Cronin’s story with the hope that it will inspire our community to nominate similar volunteers this year.
Forever Frederick County: Planning for the Unplanned

Forever Frederick County: Planning for the Unplanned

Since 1986, thousands of donors have relied on the credibility and expertise of The Community Foundation of Frederick County to help them build community and realize their philanthropic goals.
Scholarship Fund in Dawn Renee Smith’s Memory Helps Students Pursue Education in Marketing

Scholarship Fund in Dawn Renee Smith’s Memory Helps Students Pursue Education in Marketing

Dawn Renee Smith was a student who excelled at marketing. She was active in community service projects, and her kindness and goodwill toward others was experienced by everyone she met. A scholarship fund in her memory at The Community Foundation of Frederick County helps students who exhibit qualities and interests similar to hers pursue their post-secondary educational goals and career aspirations.
Henry Droneburg’s Legacy Helps Aspiring Artists Pursue their Educational Goals

Henry Droneburg’s Legacy Helps Aspiring Artists Pursue their Educational Goals

Henry Droneburg, III was a young man who lived life with a quiet kindness that he extended to everyone he met. He was an exceptional artist who was a role model to many and inspired others. His legacy is honored with a fund in his name at The Community Foundation of Frederick County that helps students pursue their educational goals.

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