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CCCF Surprises Shoppers with Free Groceries

As part of its COVID-19 Emergency response efforts, the Carbon County Community Foundation assisted area residents with their grocery bills on Tuesday, May 19, 2020.  During the morning hour reserved for senior citizens and immunocompromised individuals, customers...

CCCF Announces Grants to Support Early Childhood Education

CCCF Announces Grants to Support Early Childhood Education

The Carbon County Community Foundation is pleased to announce grants totaling more than $4,000 to nine area educators and organizations through the Penny Allison Early Childhood Fund.  Educators from all five school districts in Carbon County will receive grants...

Foundation Announces New President

Foundation Announces New President

After a search that lasted more than three months, Carbon County Community Foundation is pleased to announce Sharon Alexander, CFRE will be taking over as foundation president/CEO this month. Ms. Alexander has worked in nonprofit development for more than a decade,...

COVID-19 Response Fund Launched

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...

Five Tips for Planned Giving

Five Tips for Planned Giving

A message from Attorney R. Nicholas Nanovic, Partner at Gross McGinley, LLP: Five Tips for Establishing a Charitable Gift in your Estate Plan   Are you considering leaving money to a charity in your Will or Trust?  If so, consider the following tips, and discuss with...

Foundation Announces Leadership Transition and Job Opportunity

A message from CCCF President Amber Breiner: With the goal of spending more time with my family and our photography and winery businesses, I have announced my intention to resign as President of the foundation in the spring of 2020. It has been my honor and privilege...

Apply to EITC on July 1

Apply to EITC on July 1

Businesses Can Partner with the Community Foundation to Put Tax Dollars to Work Locally  EITC has been described as a deal that seems almost too good to be true. There may be a chance for new applicants to get in the program this year, but you must apply...

Arts Fund Gets New Logo

Arts Fund Gets New Logo

The Carbon County Creative Arts Fund now has its own logo! We recently hosted a design contest with the Graphic Design department at the Carbon County Technical Institute (CCTI) and found our winner! Students drew inspiration from all aspects of the arts, as well as...

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