Funds established under the Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury are listed below. Click here to donate online and view all funds managed by the Foundation.
Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury is helping to meet a multitude of charitable needs in the Sunbury area. Established in 2005 out of the sale of the Sunbury Hospital, it affiliated with Community Giving Foundation in 2006 and continues to provide for both charitable healthcare needs and their expanded mission of general charitable needs in the Sunbury community.
The Clyde H. Jacobs Fund supports health-related programs and projects benefitting the residents of Shikellamy, Selinsgrove and Line Mountain School Districts.
Steve and Debbie Dagle knew creating a donor-advised fund through the Foundation would allow them to actively recommend grants for charities they cared about in the Sunbury, PA area. The Dagle Family Fund is a simple, powerful and highly personal way for their family to stay connected to the community forever.
The Gladys C. Dagle Fund supports health-related programs and projects benefiting the residents of Shikellamy, Selinsgrove and Line Mountain School Districts.
Gloria is an enthusiastic philanthropist and supports a variety of charitable concerns with a special interest in providing for healthcare needs of area residents. A lifelong resident of the community with family ties to the area for generations, the Gloria Taylor Karchner Healthcare Fund benefits charitable healthcare needs of the Sunbury area in perpetuity.
The Jesse and Maxine Woodring Donor Advised Fund benefits general charitable purposes in the area of Sunbury, Pennsylvania.
John B. Apple was a dedicated community member and previous Board Member of the Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury. Even after their passing, the John B. and Elizabeth K. Apple Donor Advised Fund continues the Apple's charitable legacy in perpetuity, recognizing their generosity and service to the community by supporting health, welfare, and general charitable purposes in the Sunbury area.
The Martz's Game Farm Fund is an unrestricted fund established by a local business to support unmet needs in the Sunbury area as determined by the Sunbury board and Foundation staff.
The Mary E. and J. Guy Lesher Fund supports health-related coronary care initiatives benefiting the residents of Shikellamy, Selinsgrove and Line Mountain School Districts.
The Mertz Family Memorial Fund was established to support charitable purposes in the area of Sunbury, Pennsylvania, and surrounding communities within Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury's service area.
The Preston Geist and Kathryn S. Geist Fund supports health-related programs and projects benefiting the residents of Shikellamy, Selinsgrove and Line Mountain School Districts.
Randy Morris worked diligently to assist Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury during a time when the previous Sunbury Community Hospital was transitioning to a charitable foundation. His guidance during this period helped Sunbury's Board achieve closure on many issues while focusing on their new direction. In honor of his dedication, the Randy Morris Fund was established to provide support for health and wellness purposes within Sunbury's service area, as approved by the Board.
The Sunbury Area Health Fund supports health and wellness initiatives that benefit residents of Shikellamy, Selinsgrove and Line Mountain School Districts. Grant investments are available for organizations that offer programs and projects that specifically target health-related goal areas including children's health, early childhood, oral health, issues regarding the working poor, and coronary care.
The J. Donald Steele, Jr. and Joanne K. Steele Fund provides support for general charitable purposes in the areas of Sunbury, Northumberland, Lewisburg, and Selinsgrove.
The Allied Health Scholarship Fund awards annual scholarships to students who reside in the Shikellamy, Selinsgrove or Line Mountain School Districts majoring in allied health. Enrollment can be in an undergraduate, graduate, or certification program at an institution of higher education, and students at any phase in their post-secondary education can apply.
Maria Culp wanted to make her community a better place for its residents to find jobs and raise families. During her time as President and CEO of the Central PA Chamber of Commerce, she realized the importance of having an educated workforce available for employers. As a founding member of the PA Early Learning Investment Commission, her goal was to provide more learning opportunities for young children. Maria hoped to accomplish this by advocating for better training and education for early childhood caregivers and teachers. Her family believes she would have also advocated for higher pay for these same individuals to remain in this important career field. It was out of this mission that her family established the Maria Evitts-Culp Scholarship Fund after her passing. The Fund supports students at Shikellamy High School who are pursuing a career in early childhood development.
The Nurse's Scholarship Fund provides an annual award to students who reside in the Shikellamy, Selinsgrove or Line Mountain school districts majoring in nursing. Enrollment can be in an undergraduate, graduate or certification program at an institution or higher education, and students at any phase in their post-secondary education can apply.
The Roger S. and Lois W. Haddon Nursing Scholarship Fund was established to award scholarships for high school graduates of Danville, Lewisburg, Shikellamy and Selinsgrove Area School Districts who are pursuing nursing degrees.