Three Finalists Chosen for $50,000 Endowment Grant

We are excited to announce the three finalists for the $50,000 Endowment Grant: Children’s Home Society of Washington (Wenatchee), Mobile Meals of Wenatchee, and the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society!

There will be one final awardee who will have a permanent endowment at the foundation that will provide an annual stream of income, forever. As the endowment grows through added donations and investments, so does the income disbursed to the agency. This is a great opportunity for these nonprofits to add to their sustainability and continue to serving their community for generations to come.

The three finalists have completed the application process and selected to advance to the second round of evaluation where they will have an opportunity to present how their organization will best benefit from the grant.

The final Endowment Grant awardee will be announced on July 20th.

These are three AMAZING organizations that are all very deserving of this award. Please join us in congratulating them on making it this far in the process and recognizing the great work they do in our communities!

Children's Home Society

Children’s Home Society, from left to right: Kari DeMarco, Mary Hyde, Alejandra Gonzalez, Chris Collier, Sharon Osborne, and Doug Head

Mobile Meals of Wenatchee

Mobile Meals of Wenatchee, from left to right: Sally Atkin, Sandy Briggs, Nita Paine, and John Kamperschroer

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Wenatchee Valley Humane Society, from left to right: Joni Pepperl, Pam Arena, Dawn Davies, Jennifer Sands, Tamra Hively

 

1 Comment

  1. Martha on June 30, 2016 at 11:54 PM

    So happy to hear that Children’s Home Society is one of the three posible recipients. They support many, many families!
    Thanks CHS!!!

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