FREDERICK, MD – June 21, 2018: The Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County announces that 35 grants totaling $190,000 have been presented to 22 area nonprofits serving women and children.
The Glenn E. and Helen H. Biehl Charitable Fund has been established with The Community Foundation of Frederick County. The fund becomes one of more than 690 funds under management.
The Colleen M. Remsberg Memorial Fund has been established through estate provisions with The Community Foundation of Frederick County and becomes one of more than 690 funds under management.
A grant from The Frederick County Business Roundtable for Education Fund, one of more than 690 funds managed by The Community Foundation of Frederick County, is providing partial funding to the Youth Apprenticeship Maryland program in Frederick County.
Two grants totaling more than $28,000 recently benefited Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center of Frederick and Montevue Assisted Living by providing hand railings in the Memory Garden and two new pianos.
The Community Foundation of Frederick County’s Board of Trustees approved a $25,000 grant at its May 2018 board meeting from unrestricted funds to jumpstart the YMCA of Frederick County’s rebuilding and renovation from recent flood damage.
Beginning May 1, 2018 through May 31, 2018, The Community Foundation of Frederick County is accepting online applications for dance instruction scholarships at www.ScholarshipsFrederickCounty.com. All application requirements and details can be found at this address. No paper applications are accepted.
From May 1 through May 31, 2018, The Community Foundation of Frederick County is accepting online applications for music instruction scholarships at www.ScholarshipsFrederickCounty.com.
The Community Foundation of Frederick County will be accepting nominations for the 2018 Wertheimer Fellow for Excellence in Volunteerism and Youth in Action Awards from May 1 through May 31, 2018.
Every community has residents who require assistance with basic human needs – food, shelter, clothing – as well as mental health services.
The Community Foundation of Frederick County is pleased to announce its scholarship application is available for the 2018-2019 academic year beginning Thursday, March 1, 2018.
The Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County will begin accepting grant applications for the 2018 grant cycle on February 15, 2018, and up to $190,000 will be provided from The Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County Fund.
To lower barriers to post-secondary education, a coalition of local organizations known as the Frederick County FAFSA Coalition announces five workshops to assist in completing the FAFSA form.
Grants totaling more than $65,000 have been provided from five funds that were created specifically to benefit Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center and Montevue Assisted Living.
Employees of all Maryland Public School Systems are eligible to apply for one of three $2,000 scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Mount Olivet Cemetery is more than just a place for the deceased. It is a place full of history, life stories and accomplishments, and a cultural landmark within our community.
The first grant from The Frederick County Business Roundtable for Education Fund is providing partial funding to the Youth Apprenticeship Maryland program in Frederick County.
From January 1, 2018 through February 15, 2018, students in grades 6 through 12 may apply for financial aid scholarships to attend spring and summer 2018 athletic and sports activities or athletic camps.
Lewistown Elementary School will soon have a National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP), thanks to a grant from The Davey Long and Mike Compton Memorial Fund, one of more than 690 component funds of The Community Foundation of Frederick County.
A $10,000 grant from The Mark and Susan Butt Saturday Mornings Fund helped Frederick County Department of Social Services Foster Care and Adoption Unit provide more than 500 foster families with toys, gift cards, holiday items and other necessities for children and youth in foster care, seniors, and vulnerable adults.
The Community Foundation of Frederick County recently presented 22 music and dance scholarships totaling $10,200 from three funds to talented young musicians, in support of vocal, instrumental music, or dance instruction and training.
Twelve youth received athletic scholarships totaling $3,000 from The Dustin and Courtney Muse Memorial Fund, one of more than 690 component funds of The Community Foundation of Frederick County.
Public sector employees once again have an opportunity to support the community where they live by directing their donations to The Community Foundation of Frederick County through employee giving campaigns.
The Community Foundation of Frederick County welcomes three new members to its board of trustees: Alejandro Cañadas, Ph.D., Taitia L. Elliott, and Nicole Chafitz Orr.
A generous heart, a life full of laughter, and a blessing to everyone who knew her are just a few of the ways that family and friends described Gina Cumberland, who passed away in late June 2017. To honor and remember her, The Gina M. Cumberland Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established by her husband, Michael D. Cumberland.
September 27, 2017: RaeAnn Butler, Daniel Campbell, and Vanessa Fox will be honored in November as 2017 Wertheimer Fellows.
September 14, 2017: The Linwood T. Offutt, Jr. Fund for the Frederick County 4-H Camp Center has been established.
September 12, 2017: Three nonprofits were the recipients of grants totaling $16,700 from The Julie Ann Robertson Cashour Memorial Fund.
August 9, 2017: Agriculture runs deep in the Lucey family, thus, Barry Lucey’s desire to honor his late wife Kathleen and create a scholarship fund supporting post-secondary agricultural studies has been brought to fruition with The Barry and Kathleen Lucey Fund.
August 7, 2017: The Richard and Betsy Reinders Fund has been established.
July 28, 2017: The Community Foundation of Frederick County recognized its FY2017 Strategic Funding Partners who supported its strategic grantsmaking through donor-advised funds and direct contributions in the areas of health care, services to the homeless and precariously housed, and school-readiness for children.
July 21, 2017: Grants totaling $1,228.26 from The Halleman Family Fund were presented to Friends of Carroll Creek Urban Park, Inc. to support its Color on the Creek initiative, and The Flowers Over Frederick Fund, to support its downtown Frederick hanging flower basket program.
July 20, 2017: The first scholarships from The Frederick Police Department Endowment Fund have been presented to Kayleigh Day and Morgan Figgins.
July 20, 2017: The first scholarships from The Will Group Fund have been presented to Chloe Houck, Erin Lafferty, Thomas Morris, and Sydney Rossman.
July 17, 2017: The George D. Ford, Jr., and Barbara S. Ford Scholarship Fund has been established through Mrs. Ford’s estate, and becomes one of more than 679 funds managed by The Community Foundation of Frederick County.
July 14, 2017: In honor and memory of Virginia K. Draper – wife, mother, grandmother, educator, author, and historian - Mark and Frances Draper and their daughter Sadie Wiles have established The Virginia K. Draper Memorial Scholarship Fund with The Community Foundation of Frederick County.
July 13, 2017: Helping seniors with dental care has been near and dear to Grace Winpigler’s heart for many years.
July 13, 2017: The Carolyn D. McGolerick Scholarship Fund has been established through Mrs. McGolerick’s estate.
July 12, 2017: The Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County announces that 33 grants totaling $173,000 have been presented to 20 area nonprofits serving women and children.
July 12, 2017: The Sgt. David J. Smith Memorial Fund recently provided a $15,404 grant to Operation Second Chance for an all-terrain power chair to help Sgt. Ryan Major, an Army veteran.