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Welcome to the Carbon County Community Foundation!

Join the 20/20 Circle!

A New Vision for Charitable Giving in Carbon County

Fund Spotlight : The 20/20 Circle

The 20/20 Circle is a perpetual fund that is designed to serve our community’s ever changing needs. Donors pledge at least $1000 to become a member of the Circle and meet annually to vote to award grants to the most deserving community projects and organizations. Learn more.

Now Accepting Applications for 20/20 Fund Grants

The Carbon County Community Foundation invites all area non profit organizations to submit an application for this year’s 20/20 Fund Grant cycle.  Qualified applicants will be invited to present at the 20/20 Circle Annual Meeting in October, where members will vote on the community project they would like to fund with a grant of $2,500.  Applications are due August 30th.  Apply Now.

Why choose us?

Learn why to give to the Carbon County Community Foundation.

Why people give.

Many reasons for giving, all with one goal in mind: to make Carbon County a better place.

How does it work?

Setting up a fund is easy because we handle all the work for you.

A donation to the Carbon County Community Foundation is an investment in our community’s future.

Become A Founder

Founders pledge $25,000 to the Community Foundation’s “Fund for Carbon County,” may opt to serve on the Board of Directors, and will forever be recognized for their role in helping to launch this important community resource.  Join this special group of local philanthropists and build a strong future for our region today.

Want to know more?

Speak to any founding board member or contact the Foundation directly.

CCCF Founders

Bill and Penny Allison
Chris and Sheri Anthony
Joe and Debra Kay Bennett
Michael and Marian Carty
Jim and Tiffani Christman
John and Tina Dowd
Dr. Michael Everett
Mark and Pam Fludgate
Dr. Grace Emanuel Gilkeson
Colette and Steve Kresge
Richard and Darlene Nothstein
RF Ohl
Dr. Lou and Maxine Vermillion
Attorney Joseph Velitsky
Marshall Walters

In the News

Check out news coverage on the Foundation’s work in the region.

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Our Own Community Foundation...

Learn more about this important new resource for our region.

COVID-19 Response Fund Launched

COVID-19 Response Fund Launched Carbon County Community Foundation (CCCF) has joined forces with area funders to create the Greater Lehigh Valley COVID-19 Community Response Fund which aims to strengthen safety-net services for community members who are...

Impact Story: CCTI is Breaking Down Barriers at Nontraditional Summer Camp

Carbon County Community Foundation (CCCF) has partnered with Carbon Career and Technical Institute (CCTI) to seek EITC funding to launch the Nontraditional Summer Camp as a regular annual opportunity to encourage students in grades 5 - 8 to explore and...

Impact Story: Health & Wellness

CCCF Community Impact Story: Dental Van     In 2017, Blue Mountain Health System (now part of St. Luke’s) was awarded $1,000 toward their "Healthy Smiles Happy Kids" Dental Van. The dental van was a project that grew out of the Carbon County Partners for...

Impact Story: Neighborhood and Community Development

CCCF Community Impact Story: Always on Call In 2018, CCCF awarded Kidder Township a grant for a project to recruit and retain members for their volunteer emergency services teams. ‘Always on Call’ was created to encourage community support for the emergency services...

With Gratitude

We thank the following foundations and donors for providing vital operating support as we grow and help strengthen our community:

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