With the success of this year’s Community Grant Project, the Foundation is hoping to offer three more $5,000 awards in 2019. Join us in building community by making a contribution to Foundation’s 2019 Community Grant Project Fund.
What donations are used for:
With your generous donation to this Fund, the Woodside Community Foundation will continue the tradition it started this year, and award three more community grants of $5,000 in 2019.
Why this fund is important:
We think you’ll agree that each of the three final projects chosen in the 2018 Community Grant Project benefits the Woodside Community in a unique and lasting way. Perhaps of greater importance, this program encourages volunteerism and “giving back” close to home.
New audio-visual equipment for the Wunderlich Park Public Programs, through the Friends of Huddart and Wunderlich Parks.
Construction of a new judge’s stand at the Kiely Equestrian Center, by J. B. Pellegrin, a local eagle scout.
The Methuselah Tree Project, spearheaded by Ann McCormick, featuring creation of a website, eBook and print activity book for children detailing historic events around the famed Methuselah tree.