Sunbury

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Meeting A Multitude Of Charitable Needs in The Greater Sunbury Area.


Formed in 2005 out of the sale of the Sunbury Hospital, Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury is helping to meet a multitude of charitable needs in the greater Sunbury area through the superior stewardship of enduring charitable gifts. It affiliated with the Community Giving Foundation in 2006 for investment, development, and back office support.

Annually, more than $175,000 in grants are awarded to organizations that invest in programs and projects that specifically target health-related goal areas. Over $40,000 is provided in scholarships on a yearly basis to support students continuing their education.


Sunbury Funds
Foundation History

A Story of Local Giving

DIG was established to promote the overall health and well-being of local low-income residents by meeting furniture needs. Through a Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury grant, DIG's Good Night's Sleep Fund will purchase new mattresses, box springs, bed frames and pillows for clients.

"As a new nonprofit in the area, we are blown away by the number of requests we've been receiving for furniture assistance. Support from members of our community means that we will be able to continue to provide this much needed resource to our most vulnerable families. Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for helping us instill dignity through household goods." (Emily Mrusko, DIG Founder)

Impact Stories
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Your support of Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury makes an impact on the lives of people in your community. This story is just one example of the power of giving happening now because of the generosity of our donors.



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Sunbury's geographic service area includes residents of the Shikellamy, Line Mountain, and Selinsgrove School Districts.

Sunbury's Mission

With more than $3 million in assets from the sale of the Sunbury Hospital in 2005, Sunbury's goal was to improve healthcare in the local community. Grant investments supported programs and projects focused on children's health, oral health, coronary care, and issues regarding the working poor. After affiliating with the Community Giving Foundation in 2006, Sunbury continued to provide for charitable healthcare needs and expanded its mission to meet a multitude of charitable needs in the greater Sunbury area.

Through Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury, donors are establishing meaningful impact both now and into the future.

"Your partnership can help cement a charitable legacy right here, and help promote a stronger, healthier community through your contributions." (Adam Purdy, Former Board Member)



Grants Awarded

Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury supports charitable healthcare needs and a multitude of other community programs throughout the Sunbury area. It recently awarded over $160,000 to local nonprofits during its competitive grantround.

2020 Grant Recipients
Support Future Grants

Creating a Legacy

There is a place for you here! Through the collective work of neighbors, families, businesses, and nonprofits, the Community Giving Foundation: Sunbury will continue to leave a greater impact in your community for years to come.

Donors can help meet local charitable needs by supporting current Sunbury funds or by creating a fund in their own name to establish a personal charitable legacy. Please contact a member of Sunbury's board or Foundation staff to discuss how you can partner with your local community foundation to make a difference in the greater Sunbury area.


For More Information

Please contact us to learn more about the Foundation.


Sunbury News

Board Members
2021

Jeff Hollenbach (chair)
Craig DeFazio (vice chair)
Steve Engle (treasurer)
Steve Dagle
Cory Fasold
Mike Martz
William Roll
Donna Spangler-Boop
Robert C. Zimmerman

Board Members are charged with evaluating grant applications, monitoring community strengths and needs, and making site visits as needed to verify progress.



Legacy Society Members

Cory and Diane Fasold
Jesse and Maxine Woodring

Sunbury's Legacy Society is made up of individuals who have included the Community Giving Foundation in their estate planning.