Kaye Bird loved to write. “Writing and reading were her two passions,” says Kaye’s husband, Gary. “I think there was almost a biological necessity that...
With so many worthy causes in your local community,
where do you start?
Your Community Foundation for the Alleghenies has the answer. We are local and dedicated to improving the community where you live.
Here’s how it works: you can start your own fund by giving cash, stock, real estate, or other assets. If you wish, the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies will even help match your fund with your interests in the community: the arts, education, economic development, or other charities that share your passion. Plus, you can decide to give now or later.
The Foundation offers tax advantages and personalized services that create a seamless giving process for you. CFA will work with you or your professional advisor. It’s your choice!
As your giving works to better our community, everyone benefits now and in the future. The Foundation helps you on your path to personal philanthropy, making it easier for you to do good.
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The Community Foundation for the Alleghenies is proud to announce its newest summer interns for the 2017 Youth Philanthropy Internship. As of this year, the...
Every week, veterans can pick up $5 worth of vouchers to spend however they’d like at the Bedford Farmers' Market. Starting June 7th, families can bring children to get vouchers, too.
Farmers' Market Manager Gwen Querry started the program last year with a few hundred dollars, funded by a handful of local businesses and the VFW. This year, she’s been able to expand the program through a $1,000 grant through the Community Foundation, supplemented by the Hyndman Health Center and an anonymous donor, for a total of $850 available to children and $650 for veterans.