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Hearts of Gold Contest

February 12, 2019 | By Washington County Community Foundation | Washington County Community Foundation

New for 2019!

Hearts of Gold Website Contest:

June 10 to June 16

You don't need to be wealthy to be a philanthropist, but you do need a heart of gold.

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Banking on a Little Kindness

January 31, 2019 | By Washington County Community Foundation; Inspired by a Story from Lori Roberts | Bentleyville Public Library

My girlfriend Karen and I were used to being ignored . . . or judged. As we slowly walked through the door of the Bentleyville Public Library, we weren’t sure that this time would be any different. However, we were willing to take a chance. We needed help.

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2018 Gives Gatherings

November 20, 2018 | By | Washington County Community Foundation

WCCF Gives 2018: One for the Record Books - Because of You!

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Frank's Back

August 24, 2018 | By Mon Valley YMCA | Mon Valley YMCA

For many, walking in the fresh air, socializing, and relaxing all contribute to the enjoyment of golf.

Frank Ruffolo spent the majority of his life playing this sport . . . until September 2016. What began as just another beautiful day on the green was only the beginning of Frank’s problems.

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A Home with a Hero

July 25, 2018 | By Pet Search | Pet Search

In the middle of winter, Roxie was living on the streets of Jefferson Hills. She was cold. She was hurt. And, she was scared.

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Calling for Help, Finding a Lifeline

July 25, 2018 | By Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern Pennsylvania | Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern Pennsylvania

After 10 years of marriage, Jennifer knew it was over. She needed to return to Pennsylvania to make a fresh start. Although nothing was more difficult, she left her children in the custody of her estranged husband, as he would be better able to financially provide for them. Jennifer and her children managed the distance as best they could.

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