Funds established under the Community Giving Foundation: Selinsgrove are listed below. Click here to donate online and view all funds managed by the Foundation.
Community Giving Foundation: Selinsgrove is dedicated to the enrichment of the quality of life in the Selinsgrove area and surrounding communities through superior stewardship of enduring charitable gifts. Established in 1994, and affiliating with Community Giving Foundation in 2006, Selinsgrove exists to assist and encourage donors of all levels to achieve their diverse philanthropic interests while providing a legacy that will serve the communities for present and future generations.
A lifelong resident of the Selinsgrove community with family ties to the area for generations, Gloria Faylor Karchner is concerned with providing for the charitable needs of area residents. Gloria is an enthusiastic philanthropist and supports healthcare, education, the arts, recreation and community concerns. The Gloria Faylor Karchner Charitable Fund provides support for local Selinsgrove area organizations.
The Irwin Lentz Fund benefits deserving and qualified charitable organizations in Community Giving Foundation: Selinsgrove's service area. This field of interest fund focuses specifically on youth programs that involve the creative arts and sciences, as well as conservation and the environment.
The Keiser Family Trust was established in memory of Lot Burns and Agnes Brouse Keiser, and supports charitable purposes in the Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania area.
Former Snyder County couple Patricia and Richard made the thoughtful decision to leave an estate gift to benefit youth in the community where they were born and raised. They were a couple who truly believed in giving their time, knowledge, and financial support to numerous organizations. Their field of interest fund benefits youth programs for residents of Selinsgrove, Richfield, Freeburg, and Mt. Pleasant Mills, Pennsylvania.
Dick and Anna Mary called the Selinsgrove community home for most of their lives. They knew creating the Richard and Anna Mary Wetzel Unrestricted Fund would provide the greatest help to the community by offering flexibility to meet ever-changing needs. The Fund continues to carry on the Wetzel family legacy in the Selinsgrove area, granting annually to local community nonprofits.
The Robinson Donor Advised Fund is a family established fund supporting charitable causes in Snyder County.
The Selinsgrove Area High School Legacy Fund benefits short-term charitable purposes for the benefit of the Selinsgrove Area High School. This pass-through provides for needs including, but not limited to, academic program support, supplies, or athletics.
The Selinsgrove Commons Endowment Fund provides resources to assist the Selinsgrove Commons Committee in its beautification and management of the community park owned by Selinsgrove Projects, Inc.
The Selinsgrove Rotary provides awards for various charitable purposes in the Selinsgrove area. This pass through fund was established for charitable donations, which are directly awarded to various charitable endeavors in the Selinsgrove area.
The Soper Family Fund benefits (1) the Selinsgrove Area School District, to support needs of the band and orchestra, (2) Selinsgrove Area Recreation, Inc., to support current needs of the community pool, and (3) Community Giving Foundation: Selinsgrove, for discretionary grants.
The Summer Seals Day Camp is an innovative summer learning program in the Selinsgrove area, designed to give hands-on multifaceted assistance to students during a six-week camp, creating an enriching social and academic environment in a relaxed and fun environment. Their agency fund provides support for the benefit of the Camp so long as it is recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization.
The Celebrate the Life of the Patients of Cancer Care of Central Pennsylvania Fund provides an annual post-secondary scholarship to a Selinsgrove High School senior who attains the highest GPA in Biology.
The John A. Bolig Seals Alumni Scholarship Fund is a one-year award that benefits high school seniors or graduates (alumni) of the Selinsgrove Area High School who will be enrolled in a post-secondary program at an institution of higher education or technical school. Special consideration is given to students who are pursuing a technical career (including heating, plumbing, etc.).
The Kreamer Feed Scholarship Fund provides an $800 award ($200/year for 4 years) for the benefit of a graduating Midd-West High School senior who will be pursuing a career in agriculture.
Though they spent the majority of their lives in Western New York, Patricia and Richard Garman never forgot where they came from. Their need-based scholarship fund supports Selinsgrove Area High School graduates attending post-secondary school, enabling the Garman’s legacy to continue in perpetuity in their hometown.
The Selinsgrove Area Scholarship Fund provides awards to a graduating Selinsgrove Area High School senior. Special consideration is given to student's academic achievement, financial need, and potential for success in college.
The Selinsgrove Rotary Scholarship Endowment Fund was established to support the annual Selinsgrove Rotary/Selinsgrove Area Community Foundation scholarships to graduates of Selinsgrove High School who are pursuing a 2- or 4-year program or degree. Special consideration is given to student's academic achievement, financial need, and potential for success in college.
Simon B Rhoads is recognized as a founding donor to the Selinsgrove Area Youth Foundation in 1996. By his generous charitable gift, he assisted Selinsgrove with initial efforts to provide scholarships and grant awards to deserving students and community projects of the Selinsgrove area. The Simon B. and Kathryn J. Rhoads Family Scholarship Fund is awarded to graduating or former Selinsgrove Area School District students, with a preference for students pursuing higher education in a field of study related to agriculture.
The Steven and Judith Bottiger Scholarship Fund provides scholarship awards for second, third, fourth, and graduate year students attending an accredited Bachelor of Architecture Degree program, with first preference to students studying at a college or university within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Preference is given for graduates of any school district in Snyder or Union Counties.
The Wayne and Nancy Van Kirk Scholarship Fund awards scholarships for graduates from Selinsgrove High School entering trade, technical, LPN, business, computer, certificate and/or similar associate degree programs. Students must participate in extracurricular activities or community service, demonstrate financial need, and have a minimum GPA of 2.0.