Community Foundation Event Raises Funds for HACAP
The Community Foundation of Washington County Board transfers funds to RenElla Crawford operations manager of HACAP. Left to right :Tim Sullivan, CFWC President; Susan McClellen, CFWC Board Member; RenElla Crawford, Operations Manager of HACAP; Kirk Leiffert, CFWC Board Member, Jeremy Reynolds, CFWC Treasurer, Millie Youngquist, CFWC Executive Director; Mark Schneider CFWC Board Member.
December 13, 2022
The Community Foundation of Washington County shared proceeds raised with the Dessert Auction at their recent Chef Spotlight Fundraising Dinner with HACAP of Washington County. Pictured here are CFWC board members presenting a check in the amount of $4,782.50 to Renella Crawford, local HACAP director. “We want to thank the dinner participants, businesses and individuals who provided the desserts, and the bidders who made this the most successful event ever in our organization’s history,” said Millie Youngquist, CFWC Executive Director. “These funds will support our organization for the coming year and help HACAP as they serve families and individuals in Washington County.”
The CFWC was formed in 2006 and seeks to strengthen the communities of Washington County by promoting philanthropy, supporting non-profits and helping donors fulfill their charitable goals. The foundation is overseen by a volunteer board of local citizens and permanently endows most of its assets, insuring that gifts given will last forever. For more information about the CFWC and how to set up a fund, contact Millie at firstname.lastname@example.org.