The Women’s Giving Circle
of the Central Susquehanna Community Foundation
Community Service Day at Camp Victory
The Women's Giving Circle invites you to join us for a day or few hours of volunteering at Camp Victory. Together, we will be brightening bathroom facilities to bring more smiles to camper faces. Volunteers can help clean, paint and offer some assistance with light construction. Everyone will receive a T-shirt, sponsored by Marr Development, and Camp Victory is pleased to provide lunch in their Dining Hall.
S'more donation - Please consider bringing a donation of Hershey chocolate bars to contribute to Camp Victory's Summer of S'mores supply!
8:00am-9:00am - Registration at the Dining Hall 9:00am-12:00pm - Morning Shift
12:00pm - Group picture at Tree House 12:15pm-1:00pm - LUNCH at Dining Hall and Afternoon Shift Registration
1:00pm-4:00pm - Afternoon Shift
Upon arrival, please park at Camp Victory's Welcome Center and walk to the Dining Hall for registration.
Wednesday, April 4
8:00am - 4:00pm
Register at Eventbrite:
The Women’s Giving Circle of the CSCF empowers, connects, and inspires women and girls by supporting initiatives and resources that better their lives.
Through the Central Susquehanna Community Foundation, the Women’s Giving Circle is being established as a means to raise funds to distribute to projects and initiatives that improve the lives of women and girls throughout the Central Susquehanna Region.
Twelve women from across the Foundation's 5 1/2 county service area, have come together to play an active role in changing the lives of women and girls. Learn more about the impact each has within her community.
There are many reasons to consider giving circles when deciding to participate in philanthropic giving. The Women's Giving Circle offers several donation levels of membership, allowing you to choose the level of giving that best suits your financial needs.
The Steering Committee held its first meeting in November 2016. Since then, they have been learning about programs and initiatives that offer women and girls opportunities to thrive. Professionals and volunteers in the fields of self-sustainability, STEAM, poverty, sexual abuse, and financial confidence, have presented to the Steering Committee.
Charitable organizations that invest in community programs and projects benefiting women and girls are encouraged to apply to the competitive grantround which occurs annually, December - January.
A giving circle is a form of participatory philanthropy where groups of individuals donate their own money or time to a pooled fund then decide together what projects and charities to make investments. In the process, they seek to increase their awareness of and engagement in the issues covered by the circle. Read more...
To learn more about Women's Giving Circle please contact:
Holly Morrison [email protected]
President and CEO
Kara G. Seesholtz [email protected]
Director of Donor Relations and Communications