Elk County Community Foundations gives grant to Headwaters Charitable Trust
The Elk County Community Foundation has recently awarded a grant of $3,000.00 to the Headwaters Charitable Trust. The Grant will be used to help support a team of 4 AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteers, who have relocated to Elk County from all over the country to develop and implement the Living Greener Program. The Headwaters’ Living Greener project will connect at-risk kids to employers seeking workers. The Community Foundation is a nonprofit organization that manages endowed funds established by donors for area nonprofit organizations as wells as administers a number of scholarships for individuals and groups. Donor gifts to the Foundations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Pictured L to R:
Erika Ratliff, Kindra Aschenbrenner , both AmeriCorp VISTA volunteers with Paula Fritz Eddy Executive Director of the Elk County Community Foundation and Betty Kruger and Bri Pursley the other two AmeriCorp VISTA volunteers.