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MISSION We empower all people to become philanthropists who have a permanent impact and leave a lasting legacy in our region.

VISION We envision an inclusive and engaged culture of philanthropy that grows an abundance of resources, achieving perpetual impact in a thriving region.

OFFICE LOCATIONS Bedford County Endowments

Somerset County Endowments

Community Foundation for the Alleghenies

Penn Square Centre

Union Kimberly Building

116 Market Street, Suite 4

127 South Juliana Street

166 East Union Street

Johnstown, PA 15901

Bedford, PA 15522

Somerset, PA 15501

814.623.0044

814.525.9020

kreynolds@cfalleghenies.org

ptokarickes@cfalleghenies.org

814.536.7741 info@cfalleghenies.org

For a full list of all of our donors, grants, and scholarships, please visit our website: cfalleghenies.org.


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Board Chair’s/President’s Letter

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Our Impact

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Our Funds

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Our People

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Board Chair’s/President’s Letter

Each year the Council on Foundations surveys community foundations and four “Top 100” lists are produced. This year, the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies made it onto three! We placed in the top 100 of all community foundations for our distribution rate of 7%. This tells you we are getting your support into the community. We made almost 11,000 transactions: gifts in; grants, scholarships, and expenses out. This ranked 31st of all community foundations surveyed, including those many times larger than us. This is because together with our donors we work not only on larger gifts, we support grassroots projects—the new playground in Jennerstown, free books throughout Johnstown, youth leadership in Bedford County, the back-to-school clothing drive in Indiana County, and so on. Many community foundations are not active at this level because of the work involved relative to the size of the projects. We are busy embracing it. Finally, based on the population of Bedford, Cambria, and Somerset counties, we received $44.25 per capita in donations. The median for other community foundations our size was just over $28. There are other statistics in these pages that we are happy to share. We had 5,558 separate donors donate $10.8 million. We grew to 698 funds and $71.8 million in total assets. We distributed a record, by a large margin, of $805,000 in scholarships and granted $6.3 million. We are proud of our community because these numbers reflect something really special. They reflect a community made of people invested in its present and its future, who have ideas and feelings and good will for the place we all call home. With sincere thanks,

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Mike Kane President and Executive Director


FAQs

Freq uentl y A s ked Q ue s tion s

What is a community foundation?

What is an endowment?

A community foundation is a nonprofit organization that receives charitable gifts from people, grows those gifts, and awards grants and scholarships to people in a specific geographic area.

An endowment is an investment in the future. Your endowment is never spent, and a portion of your return is used annually to make grants to the causes of your choice.

How did the Foundation get started?

How do students apply for scholarships?

The Community Foundation for the Alleghenies was started in 1990 by a group of civic leaders who thought our region needed a vehicle for people to provide for the community in ways that were important to them.

In most cases, the first step is for a student to inquire with his or her high school counselor or principal as to available scholarships. You can also search our website by school district for available scholarships. Many of our scholarship applications can now be filled out online.

How are funds invested? Funds are invested through Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management, Inc. Donors have the option of recommending advisory services. Most, but not all, funds are permanently endowed.

How do nonprofit organizations receive grants? They can apply online for grants from our Distribution Committee Funds twice a year (deadlines are the last Fridays in January and August) at cfalleghenies.org. Grants from other funds are recommended by fund representatives.

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PHILANTHROPY Scholarship Dollars at Work Community members added 33 scholarship funds to the CFA family this past year. Combined with increased awards from existing scholarships, this grew CFA’s scholarship distributions nearly 50% over last year’s, providing $805,000 to local students improving their lives through education. This is philanthropy at its most practical, improving the welfare of our next generation with hands-on tools to ensure productive, meaningful lives. And this year, many of the new scholarships recognized the value of trade schools in this region. The Ryan Carosi Memorial Scholarship Fund, Mary Alice (Hall) Mock Memorial History Award Fund, Frank E. Roman Memorial Scholarship Fund, and Y.S. and Y.W. Nam Scholarship Fund were all created to help students go to vocational technical, trade, or other two-year post-secondary schools. These scholarships provide opportunities for students to learn useful, marketable skills in cosmetology, automotive technology, nursing, culinary arts, and a variety of other programs. With numerous technical schools to choose from locally, students from Bedford, Cambria, Indiana, and Somerset counties can prepare for careers right here at home, and graduate to local jobs in their chosen fields.

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PHILANTHROPY Love for the Arts The Earl and Jeanne Berkey Fund shows the endurance of philanthropy, long after a donor has passed away. Earl Berkey was a President of the former County Trust, now PNC Bank, in Somerset. The Berkeys also owned the May Fair Creamery there. Jeanne and Earl loved their community and left a lasting impact, still felt today. Through the fund they established with CFA in 1998, the Berkeys continue to provide grants for artistic and creative needs in Somerset and Bedford counties. The amounts awarded so far reach almost $280,000. The results are easy to see: the new Bedford branch of the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art was made possible, in part, by

support from the Berkey Fund, combined with a significant gift from the

Lynn and Craig Ashe Fund, another CFA partner. This is how philanthropy works, and it works best when we come together with common goals. CFA makes that happen every day.

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Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Bedford

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Empowerment Harnessing Technology

Community Foundation for the Alleghenies empowers donors with the latest tools—soon allowing for easy access to funds 24-7, and an even closer partnership in distributing those funds. We’ve been working behind the scenes all year to bring you Donor Central. This online fund management tool gives fund reps unfettered access to their CFA accounts. You’ll be able to check your balance, see how your funds have been distributed, and work online with CFA staff to direct awards. This doesn’t mean you’re on your own. CFA staff members are still here with all the traditional support you’ve come to rely on. Donor Central is one more tool for individuals who appreciate self-guided service. We’re rolling it out in late 2018. Many of you already use Classy, an online platform we offer to our fundraising partners. Classy is the industry leader, supporting Internet-savvy event organizers and fundraisers with beautiful, user-friendly donation pages that are optimized for sharing on social media.  As of this summer, we’ve raised $620,000 through Classy, and that number grows continually. Our use has grown so quickly and consistently, CFA landed among Classy’s Top 100 Organizations in 2018. This is national recognition for our local online fundraising, a direct result of the community spirit driving our work.

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Empowerment Youth Perspective For the sixth year in a row, Community Foundation for the Alleghenies hosted eight Youth Philanthropy Interns, led by two senior interns, who spent the summer exploring the world of nonprofit funding and management. This has become a highlight of our year, as we see the effects that this nonprofit immersion has on our rising generation. Young people arrive fresh out of local high schools, before they head off to college. They spend eight weeks discovering what the region holds beyond their childhood experiences. They meet with community and business leaders, activists, nonprofit organizers, and philanthropists to see how we all come together to meet the needs of our community. They use what they learn to award $50,000 to local initiatives, generously provided by our partners at The Heinz Endowments. This is empowerment. Interns are empowered when they see and feel the weight of their grant distributions. Those of us working in philanthropy are empowered by fresh perspectives and creative ideas. We are all empowered by synthesizing our energy, engaging young minds in our collective future, and cultivating our next class of community leaders.

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Integrity Legacy Society There is no greater honor than being entrusted with someone’s final act of generosity. We are profoundly grateful for the individuals who come to us with a long-term vision for impacting their community, and know that we’ll protect their legacy forever. Our Legacy Society demonstrates the compassion that binds our region. Individuals from all backgrounds, each with their own interests and their own story, rely on CFA to administer a philanthropic fund that they established through their estate planning. Working closely with financial advisors and estate planners, CFA maintains the integrity of your fund—in practice and in spirit. Your wish is our guide for putting your endowment to its intended use. Your estate planner is with us every step of the way, so you’re surrounded by the people you trust most with the resources you’ve built. You’ve spent a lifetime working for something greater than yourself. Maybe it’s your family, your community, or a specific cause. With the right planning, you can provide for everyone and everything you care about. We’re here to help you do that.

Shirley Wagner

“My family has been in Johnstown for five generations. Jim and I wanted to support the communitywe love.”

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LEGACY SOCIETY

The Community Foundation honors individuals who have committed to supporting our community and charitable causes most important to them through a gift from their estate. Making a legacy gift reflects thoughtful intention to make a difference well beyond your lifetime. Our Legacy Society allows individuals to be acknowledged for their future gift commitment today, ensuring that our members’ names and spirit of giving will be honored forever. Consider the Community Foundation as a resource to help you create your legacy.

* Robert A. Allen * Walter C. Allen, Jr. Anrmjl Anonymous (33) Lynn and Craig* Ashe Dr. George Ashman and Mrs. Suzanne Ashman * Ridley Banks * Abe Beerman * Beverly Berkebile *Susan Berkstresser Dr. Frank T. Carney * and Mrs. Kathryn Carney *Jinnie Davis Raymond P. DiBattista * Charlotte Ellis *Irene Panci Gladstone * Dan Glosser * William Glosser H.C. “Joe” Harned Bill and Doris Horner Mike Kane & Elizabeth Mayer Robert and Judith Koveleskie * Johanna M. LaBuda Elmer and Barbara Laslo Charles and Susan Levy Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Scott Quinn Little Sandra Mackel *David R. Madigan Dick and Connie Mayer William Mock * Elizabeth H. Neff * Margaret Ossola *Ethel J. Otrosina Mark Pasquerilla Steve Purich * Dr. Harry M. Rhoads Dorothy Robinson David Roderick Donna Jean Russian Richard and Carol Sarlouis Sara Shahade * Marlene J. Sipe * Jane B. Slep Carol D. Stern Robin Strachan Dr. Robert* and Caryl Swanson John and Donna Venzon James C.* and Shirley Wagner *Anna Marie Weinzierl * Walter Wood * Deceased

New for 2018

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Integrity PLAN for the Future

Community Foundation for the Alleghenies collaborates with professional wealth advisors, maintaining our reputation for integrity through continuing education and transparency in every step of the philanthropic process. CFA’s Philanthropic Leaders Advisory Network—PLAN—is our commitment to supporting the important work of local financial planners and attorneys, and the relationships they’ve cultivated with the clients who trust them. CFA doesn’t interfere with this relationship—we enhance it. We offer professional wealth advisors our broad-based knowledge of community needs, along with a deep well of experience in charitable giving. Through educational seminars, support materials, and relationship building, we make sure the right people have the best information for making choices that reflect good intentions and good sense.

Timothy Dabbs, Courtney Custer, and Paula Hencel

PLAN is growing. This year, we saw a 20% jump in membership, which means more of our colleagues in financial and estate planning are helping their clients engage in our community. We value these partnerships, which propel our region forward with a solid base of sound financial stewardship.

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PLAN Members Lisa Bittner Somerset Trust Company Theresa M. Bogovich Stifel Investment Services *Dean Carpenter Carpenter Financial Services Joseph A. Carpenter Carpenter Financial Services *Lindsay Carpenter Carpenter Financial Services *Samuel Carpenter Carpenter Financial Services *W. Jeffrey Carey Carey & Associates *Donna M. Christopher State Farm Insurance Donald Cowie AXA Advisors, LLC Courtney Custer Custer-Hindman Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo

Timothy Dabbs Custer-Hindman Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Matthew DiFrancesco DiFrancesco Financial Concierge Robert Eyer Wessel & Company Monica Garver RTD Financial Advisors, Inc. Barry R. Gilchrist Wessel and Company *Dennis Hunt AmeriServ Trust & Financial Services John Paros Paros Financial Michelle Petrosky Moon Barnes Saly & Company, P.C. Doug Puchko Puchko Financial Associates, Inc. Kayla Puchko Stephenson Puchko Financial Associates, Inc.

Roberta Ream AmeriServ Trust & Financial Services Co. Bill Rice Laurel Highlands Financial Services Michael Sahlaney Sahlaney & Dudeck Law Office John Saracena Barnes Saly & Company, P.C. *Ethan Stewart Centennial Financial Group Tiffany Sturtz Barnes Saly & Company, P.C. *C. Clyde Thomas Northwestern Mutual *Richard Tims Tims Insurance Agency Michelle Tokarsky Silverman, Tokarsky, Forman & Hill Bob Vamos AmeriServ Financial Services *New member

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LE A D E R SH I P #SomersetCountyGives Citizen leaders rely on Community Foundation for the Alleghenies to give grassroots initiatives a framework for success. Over 20 years ago, a group of people living in Somerset County came together to establish the Somerset County Community Fund through CFA. They saw the wisdom in pooling resources for a single endowment to empower local nonprofits. Since then, the SCCF has provided more than $235,000 to local causes. The SCCF has grown to become a major force in local grantmaking, and with the #SomersetCountyGives campaign it is poised to become even stronger. With your help, this campaign will add a million dollars to the SCCF in the next five years, making it the largest endowment dedicated solely to supporting Somerset-area nonprofit activity. When it reaches its goal, the Somerset County Community Fund will have enough funding available on a yearly basis to shape the region’s future—forever. It is truly a grassroots investment in grassroots activity. If you have an idea or a passion for helping people, or if you simply love your hometown and want to see it thrive, the #SomersetCountyGives campaign can be the catalyst for your philanthropic goals. You make this region great. Together, we form the civic leadership to make it even better.

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Understanding, identifying, and responding to community opportunities

The Somerset Somerset County County Community Fund has supported a wide variety of organizations from after-school learning to feeding programs. 17


LE A D E R SH I P Trail Blazing Friends of the Inclined Trails, a Vision2025 Capture Team, took to the green scene to promote community involvement and outdoor activity, seizing an opportunity to improve mountain bike and hiking trails right in Johnstown. The team created a more scenic route for the trails that travel down Yoder Hill, along the Inclined Plane. They also made it more accessible for nature lovers on foot and bicycle. The labor-intensive cleanup was 100% volunteer, spearheaded by project coordinator Mike Cook. Weekend trail cleanups and downhill biking meetups rallied community engagement, with funding through a small Capture Award, which comes through Community Foundation for the Alleghenies’ support of Vision2025. The finished trails opened in early August, bringing renewed vitality to the area surrounding the world’s steepest vehicular inclined plane. This also adds to the growing number of trails capitalizing on our community’s abundant natural resources, raising the region’s profile as a must-visit destination for outdoor enthusiasts near and far. CFA provides practical resources for individuals who choose to be leaders in their community, taking it upon themselves to create vibrant spaces and activities that enhance life for all of us.

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Understanding, identifying, and responding to community opportunities

A mountain bike race kicked off the opening of the trail on Yoder Hill.

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C O L L A B O R AT I O N Forging Ahead In the very mountain town that was shaped by the rise and fall of the steel industry, two individuals—Patrick Quinn and Dan Neville—are turning Johnstown’s metalworking heritage into art. The Center for Metal Arts moved into Johnstown’s historic Cambria Iron Works early in 2018, establishing a unique school for artists whose medium is metalworking. This reuse of an abandoned manufacturing facility represents much more than a revival of old equipment. The Center for Metal Arts proves how an inspired idea can capitalize on our region’s heritage, propelling us toward a diverse and vibrant economy combining education, tourism, and the arts. Its successful start is a testament to the spirit of cooperation here. Community Foundation for the Alleghenies collaborated with multiple groups to help the school move from New York into the Johnstown landmark. The site was prepared by the Johnstown Redevelopment Authority, which acquired the property around the turn of the millennium and offered the school a long-term lease. Korns Galvanizing Company helped Quinn and Neville develop a business and financial plan. CFA granted $70,000 to cover a large portion of the Center’s relocation expenses. The Center for Metal Arts’ primary mission is education, providing the tools, space, expertise, and encouragement for metal artists to explore and hone their craft. It’s also a model of sustainable income for other nonprofits, proving the utility of resources right here at home.

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Leveraging and connecting community resources to maximize impact for all

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C O L L A B O R AT I O N Building Community Community Foundation for the Alleghenies is the only call you need to make if you’re looking for a partner in addressing community needs with the biggest impact. Earlier this year, CFA collaborated with a Johnstown resident who wanted to explore best uses for the significant funding he was willing to contribute. CFA drew upon its institutional knowledge and deep well of relationships to present a handful of options. This generous individual provided $150,000 for local initiatives, nearly doubling the amount of funding CFA distributed during its spring grant round. This addition allowed for the completion of 17 miles of bike trails around Quemahoning Reservoir, enhancing local options for family-friendly, outdoor recreation. Our donor also chose to clean up his hometown, putting enough funding toward blight eradication to tear down several abandoned buildings in Roxbury. By providing resources to get rid of dilapidated buildings, one person is creating a safer, prettier community that welcomes newcomers and their dreams for the future. Collaboration is at the heart of what we offer, bringing together those with the compassion and resources to help, with agencies, organizations, and individuals best aligned with our donors’ goals.

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Leveraging and connecting community resources to maximize impact for all

Quemahoning Reservoir

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Fund for the Future

Building our community’s endowment Building our Fund for the Future ensures that our region will always have philanthropic resources available to meet future community needs. Our Fund for the Future is comprised of Distribution Committee and Field of Interest Funds. These resources are pooled together to achieve greater impact both now and into the future. Community Foundation for the Alleghenies uses a portion of these funds each year to invest in community change across a broad range of issue areas.

DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE 15 FUNDS, $6.7 MILLION IN ASSETS, $255,000 IN 2018 GRANTS, $179,000 IN 2018 GIFTS Distribution Committee Funds provide flexibility by allowing our Distribution Committee and staff to use their knowledge and expertise in determining which efforts or initiatives would be most impactful for the community. These funds address our community’s pressing needs and promising opportunities. We receive more than 200 applications annually from local nonprofits seeking these funds.

FIELD OF INTEREST 21 FUNDS, $12.1 MILLION IN ASSETS, $1.3 MILLION IN 2018 GRANTS, $904,000 IN 2018 GIFTS Field of Interest Funds allow donors to identify an area of personal interest, such as the arts, economic development, education, the environment, health, housing, basic human services, seniors, or youth. Within that area of interest, the Foundation identifies the best philanthropic use of the fund’s distributions, now and into the future.

Types of projects our funds support

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Strengthening the Nonprofit Sector

Capital

New Programs

Existing Programs (one-time expenses)

Research & Planning

Special Requests

$18.8 MILLION IN ASSETS $1 MILLION $1.5 MILLION IN GRANTS IN GIFTS

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Donor Services

$9 MILLION IN GIFTS

$7.6 MILLION IN GRANTS

2018

Helping donors achieve their charitable goals Having a partner can help make giving easier. Community Foundation for the Alleghenies provides services to help you identify the best way to achieve your charitable plans. We help you give the optimal asset and support your giving so that your dollars are used effectively. Our primary tools for achieving these goals are Donor Advised Funds, Agency Funds, Scholarship Funds, Partnership Funds, Designated Funds, and Supporting Organizations.

DONOR ADVISED

112 FUNDS, $4.6 MILLION IN ASSETS, $625,000 IN 2018 GRANTS, $623,000 IN 2018 GIFTS

Donors enjoy administrative convenience, cost savings, and tax advantages. Each year, they recommend nonprofits in which they want to invest, and CFA does all the work in administering the grants.

AGENCY

34 FUNDS, $7.3 MILLION IN ASSETS, $31,000 IN 2018 GRANTS, $222,000 IN 2018 GIFTS

Benefit a pre-determined nonprofit by providing ongoing support, while CFA handles investments and administrative responsibilities, allowing the organization to focus on their mission.

$52 MILLION IN ASSETS

SCHOLARSHIPS

210 FUNDS, $13.4 MILLION IN ASSETS, $581,000 IN 2018 SCHOLARSHIPS, $2.4 MILLION IN 2018 GIFTS

Scholarships are established to honor loved ones, inspire young people, and invest in the community’s future.

PARTNERSHIP

122 FUNDS, $1.8 MILLION IN ASSETS, $2.3 MILLION IN 2018 GRANTS, $1.7 MILLION IN 2018 GIFTS

With these funds, CFA accepts donations and funding is redistributed to benefit local initiatives.

DESIGNATED

177 FUNDS, $21.2 MILLION IN ASSETS, $1.2 MILLION IN 2018 GRANTS, $1.7 MILLION IN 2018 GIFTS

Donors may support the work of up to four specific charitable organizations, responsive to changing circumstances and/or award scholarships.

Gifts can come in all shapes and sizes

SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS

4 FUNDS, $3.5 MILLION IN ASSETS, $2.8 MILLION IN 2018 GRANTS, $2.2 MILLION IN 2018 GIFTS

Act under the Foundation’s fiscal and administrative oversight, but with their own board and mission.

Cash

Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds

Closely Held Stock

Real Estate

401K and IRA Accounts

Life Insurance Policies

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List of CFA Funds by Type *New Fund

AGENCY FUNDS

Admiral Peary Career Foundation Fund Alleghenies Preschool Fund Alleghenies United Cerebral Palsy Fund Archangel Saint Raphael Fund Bedford County Library Fund Bedford County Regional Education Foundation Fund Beginnings, Inc. Agency Fund Beth Sholom Congregation Fund *Blacklick Creek Watershed Association Fund Cambria County Conservation District Fund Cambria County Library Fund Camp Allegheny Fund Charles Crain Memorial Resident Director Fund Clearfield Creek Watershed Association Fund Community Arts Center of Cambria County Fund Community Foundation - Everett Area Fund Conemaugh Valley Conservancy Fund Ferndale Area School District Endowment Fund Fisher Mining Co., Inc. Trust Friends of the Inclined Plane Endowment Fund Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania Endowment Fund Greater Johnstown Community YMCA Fund Gristmill Fund Indiana Area School District Fund James B. Stoughton and Louise Stoughton Maust Producers Fund Keating Mine Treatment System Learning Lamp Fund New Florence Community Library Fund Sevenzo Fund Southern Alleghenies Conservancy St. Benedict Parish Educational Endowment Fund Susquehanna River Basin Commission Fund Thousand Book Endowment Fund (Everett Free Library) Westmont Family Counseling Ministries Fund YWCA of Greater Johnstown Fund

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FracTracker Alliance SWPA Environmental Health Project

DONOR ADVISED FUNDS

AAABA Hall of Fame Fund Abe and Janet Beerman Fund Abrahams Family Fund Anonymous Fund Anonymous Family Fund Ann and Michael Smith Family Fund Autumn’s Angels Fund Bryan J. & Catherine Ann Lohr Fund Casey and Erin Craig Family Fund C. B. Ellis Canal Fund *Chad Delier Scanlon Memorial Fund Clara Lasky Fund Clark Family Foundation Fund Commonwealth Commonsense Education Fund CONCEPT Playground Distribution Fund Coney Island Lunch Fund Daniel and Marcia Glosser Memorial Fund David A. Glosser Foundation Fund Debra Mayer Fund DeMario Fund for Children Diamond-Kaminsky Fund Diane Stephenson Memorial Fund Dick and Connie Mayer Family Fund Donald L. Green Charitable Trust Fund Donato and Nancy Zucco Family Fund Dr. Albert Mall Family Fund Dr. Joel A. Bezek and Family Foundation Dylan’s Heart Fund *The EADS Group Charitable Foundation Fund Ed and Julie Sheehan Family Fund Edwin and Rosemary Pawlowski Fund Elmer and Barbara Laslo Fund Eugene and Evelyn Eyer Fund Felix Family Adoption Foundation Fund Flower Barn Fund Frances Hesselbein Fund Frank and Assunta Yocca Family Endowment Fund Ganzy Family Charitable Trust Fund Garbarino Family Charitable Trust Fund Garden Club of Johnstown Gella Family Fund Genovese Market Fund Hilda Ellis Mayer Fund Hit The Dusty Trail: Send Cancer Packing Fund In Memory Of Gary Fulton Horowitz Family Fund

Indiana County Parks and Trails Legacy Fund iPACT Fund Italian Abruzzi Cultural Heritage Fund James Ellis Mayer Fund Jane and Albert Francis Fund John A. Fiesta Family Fund John and Grace Strachan Fund John Khuri Leukemia Support Fund John R. Fiesta Fund Johnstown Area Arts Endowment Johnstown Regional Indian Subcontinent Association Fund Joseph A. and Christine F. Carpenter Family Fund Junah Nelson Krupper Fund for Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Keystone Christian Leadership, Career Development and Community Improvement Fund Kriak Family Fund Linda Diamond Fund Lymphedema Fund Lynn and Craig Ashe Fund Mark F. Gojmerac Fund Mark and Lisa Pasquerilla Children Fund Mark Pasquerilla Fund Mary Mudry Trust Fund Mayer/Kane Family Fund Medical Community Endowment Fund Michael L. Bodolosky and Winsome W. Garland Fund Mihalko Family Fund Milton I. Friedman Memorial Fund *Morton Glosser Memorial Fund Narahari Family Fund Nicholas J. Grillo Foundation Fund Norman S. Slick Memorial Fund Our Mother of Sorrows Parish Fund Pamela J. Mayer Fund *Patrick and Pamela Torchia Donor Advised Fund Paul J. and Stella M. Repak Memorial Fund Picking Family Trust Fund Portage 10,000 Name Board Fund Portage Regional Endowment Fund Pouring Hope Foundation Fund Purich Family Donor Advised Fund Quaker Sales Charitable Fund Ray and Nancy Rizzo Foundation Fund Ray DiBattista Charitable Fund Robert A. Allen Memorial Fund Robert and Beverly Eyer Family Fund

Ronald J. Spinelli Family Fund Russell Lauf Family Fund Sally Sargent Fund Sara Fine Davidson Fund Saul and Eva Glosser Fund Scott and Diane Little Fund Spadafora Family Fund Stephenson Family Fund Stern Family Fund Strachan Fund for Education and the Arts Fund Tim and Jackie Ayres Family Fund Tribune-Democrat Family Fund Valley Pike Manor Fund Walter J. and Darla J. Kleinmeyer Family Fund Warner Family Fund Wendy Hollern Spencer Memorial Fund William L. Glosser Family Fund Zamias Galleria Fund

DESIGNATED FUNDS

Abe Beerman Trust Fund *Adams-Croyle Recreation Authority Fund Alternative Community Resource Project (ACRP) Endowment Fund *Anna & Michael Mazur, Sr. and Margaret & Chester McGivney, Sr. Memorial Fund Anonymous Fund (5) Anrmjl Fund Art Burkett Memorial Award Fund *Arts Patron Fund B. Elkins, Sr., MD and Margaret Griffith Longwell Fund I B. Elkins, Sr., MD and Margaret Griffith Longwell Fund II Bako-Penksa Family Fund Berlin Brothersvalley School District Foundation Fund Birthright Endowment Fund *Birthright of Somerset Fund Blanche Beerman Holocaust Museum Fund Bobby L. Miller Memorial Athlete Award Fund Boys & Girls Club of Somerset County Fund Brian Swank Memorial Award Fund Cambria/Somerset Easter Seals Fund Camp Cadet of Somerset County Fund Care Project Fund Cecil and Rose Sipe Memorial Fund Charcot-Marie-Tooth Foundation Fund Chestnut Ridge Christian Fund Christian Home of Johnstown Fund


Christian Science Fund Christopher T. Macey Fund for Mentally Challenged Individuals Community Intervention Program Fund Conemaugh Township Area School District Fund Conemaugh Township Elementary Backpack Project Conemaugh Valley Alumni Fund Copley Fund for Critters Daniel Glosser Designated Fund Daniel and Marcia Glosser Fund I Darryl Myers Memorial Fund Dave Seidel Memorial Scholarship Fund David A. Glosser Foundation Scholarship Fund for the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown David A. Rizzo Memorial Soccer Fund David R. Madigan Fund I David R. Madigan Fund II Donald Costlow Memorial Fund Donald L. Green Designated Fund I Donald L. Green Designated Fund II Donald L. Green Designated Fund III Dorothy Kunkle Charitable Gift Annuity Fund Dr. B. Elkins Longwell, Jr. Memorial Fund Dr. George Katter Honorary Fund Dr. James and Christine Richey Fund Dr. Max Goldstein Award Fund Edward J. Sheehan, Sr. Family Fund Edward and Susan Wagner Family Fund Everett Area Alumni Association Fund *Everett Area Better Business Association Fund Frank and Rosella Blackington Fund Friends of Johnstown Flood National Memorial Friends of the Parks (Indiana County) Fund Goodwill Industries of The Conemaugh Valley, Inc. Fund Greater Johnstown Career and Technology Center Fund Greater Johnstown/ACRP Innovative Education Enrichment Program Fund Habitat for Humanity of Cambria County Hastings Public Library Fund Hauger-Zeigler Memorial Fund Helen L. Maruhnich Memorial Fund Holy Trinity Byzantine Catholic Church Cemetery Fund from the Dyak Family

*Homer Center Public Library Fund Howard Picking, Jr. Memorial Fund Hyatt Walker Fleegle Memorial Trust Fund, Hyatt’s Angels Inclined Plane Flag Fund Indiana Community Garden Fund Indiana Community Garden Youth Garden Fund Isadore Suchman Fund Jackson Community Benefits Fund James E. Mayer and William S. Mayer, Jr. Fund James Ellis Opera House Fund James V. and Concetta M. Saly Fund Janet Beerman Free Dental Clinic Fund *The Jessie Tree Fund, In Memory of Jessie Sutherland Gordon John and Joyce Murtha Educational Fund John and Vanessa Wozniak Tricentennial Investment Fund Johnstown Area Heritage Association Fund Johnstown Christian School Fund Johnstown FolkFest Endowment Fund Johnstown Police Support Fund Johnstown Symphony Orchestra Fund Kai’s Legacy Kaye Bird Visiting Writer Series Fund Laurel View Village Fund Majerski Fund Mark and Sophie Gojmerac Family Fund Mary Madigan Bishop McCort Fund Mary Madigan Lee Hospital Fund Memorial Hospital of Bedford County Foundation Fund Meyersdale Area School District Awards Fund Meyersdale Area School District Fund Meyersdale Elementary School Educational Boosters Fund Meyersdale Lion’s Club Flag Fund Michael and Mary Locke Dorosh Trust Fund Michael’s Fund NAACP Johnstown Legacy Fund New Day, Inc. Fund Nicholas and Donna Antonazzo Fund North Star School District Foundation Fund Northern Cambria Public Library Fund Otrosina Fund Paul and Catherine Mangarella Endowment Fund in Memory of

Father Canice Welsh, O.S.B. Paul Carbaugh Memorial Award Fund Paul Monteleone Fund for Business & Financial Material Acquisitions for the Cambria Co. Library *Pennsylvania Envirothon Fund Pine Grill Open FBO Somerset Volunteer Fire Department Fund Point Stadium Preservation Fund *PRIDE Fund REACH Service Award at St. Michael Catholic Church Fund Resick Broad Horizons Award Fund Reynolds Family Fund Richland School District Foundation Fund Ridley Banks Memorial Fund to Benefit the Students of Ferndale Area School District Robert T. Koveleskie Family Endowment Fund Rockwood Area School District Fund Rockwood Area SD Fund - Kids Come First Rockwood Area SD Fund - Rocket Fuel Backpack Progam Saint Rochus Parish Family Fund Salisbury-Elk Lick School District Elementary STEAM Program Fund Salisbury-Elk Lick School District Fund Salvation Army Supowitz Fund Samuel G. and Patricia Carpenter Fund Sandyvale Memorial Gardens Fund Shade-Central City School District Fund *Shanksville-Stonycreek School District Education Foundation Viking Family Fund Slep Woodland’s Maintenance Fund Somerset Christian School Awards Fund in Memory of Michael Shaffer FBO Physically or Mentally Disadvantaged Children *Somerset County Economic Development Foundation Fund Somerset County Rails-To-Trails Fund for Emergency Trail Maintenance Somerset County Technology Center Building Maintenance Fund *Somerset County Youth Shooting Sports Foundation Somerset School District Foundation Fund Somerset School District Snyder Library Fund Somerset School District Special Projects Fund

Stackhouse Park Fund *Stephen Deal Memorial Fund *Stiletto Network W.I.S.E. Fund Stone Bridge Lights Maintenance Fund Stonycreek/Conemaugh River Improvement Project Fund Summer Youth Football Camp Fund Sylvia T. Pasquerilla Good Shepherd Fund for Social Services & Spiritual Care Terry and Vivian Dunkle Fund Tom & Linda Fleming Family Endowment Fund Turkeyfoot Valley Historical Society Fund Vintondale AMD and ART Park Treatment System and Wetland Fund Virginia Jean Wright Endowment for Tenley Park Fund Walter C. Allen, Jr. Fund U/W FBO Memorial Hospital of Bedford County Fund Westmont Hilltop - CPR Project Westmont Hilltop School District Endowment Fund Westsylvania Heritage Corporation Fund WWII Commemorative Committee Fund WWII Monument Preservation Fund

SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS

Aaron Coyle Scholarship Fund Academic Alumni Scholarship Fund A.H. Chatfield, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund Alan Stept Music Scholarship Fund Alice McGivney Mazur Memorial Scholarship Fund American Red Cross Blood Services Appalachian Region Fund American Red Cross Blood Services High School Scholarship Fund AmeriServ Financial Scholarship Fund Anderson Family Scholarship Fund Andrew and Erma Margo Scholarship Award Fund *Andy Koma Memorial Registered Nurse Scholarship Fund Ann Mazur Memorial Scholarship Fund Anthony F. and Ann R. Urbas Education Fund Apollo Award Fund Arthur Hagadus Scholarship Fund 27


ATHENA Award Scholarship Fund Baker Memorial Scholarship Fund Barbara and John (Jack) Yerger Scholarship Fund Bedford County Bar Association Scholarship Fund *Bedford Grange Mutual Scholarship Fund *Beulah Harvey Memorial Scholarship Fund Bishop McCort Catholic High School Class of 1966 Scholarship Fund Brad Wess Scholarship Fund Brian Lamar Scholarship Fund *Camp Cadet of Somerset County Scholarship Fund Camp PARC Helping Hand Scholarship Fund Candida Martella and Sylvia Martella Webster Scholarship Fund *Caramela Charitable Trust Scholarship Fund Carl and Anna Sherbine Elementary Education Scholarship Fund Catherine Riley Johns Scholarship Fund Christopher “Bub” Ream Scholarship Fund Clea and Levi Hollis Scholarship Fund Clifford Maust Scholarship Award Fund *Coach Larry Layton Memorial Scholarship Fund College in High School Scholarship Fund Conemaugh Township Class of 1945 Arrowhead Award Scholarship Fund Conemaugh Valley Culinary Association Robert Forquer Memorial Scholarship Fund Conemaugh Valley Alumni Association Scholarship Fund Corey Leech Memorial Scholarship Fund Daniel L. Sterner Scholarship Fund David F. Brouse Memorial Scholarship Fund David J. Rizzo Scholarship Fund David A. Rizzo Soccer Sportsperson of the Year Scholarship Fund David W. Griffith Memorial Scholarship Fund *Dean and Angela Damin Scholarship Fund Doris Jean Lazere Scholarship Fund Dorothy Pekala Scholarship Fund Doug Harnden Memorial Scholarship Fund Dr. Bert and Lucile Wiley Scholarship Endowment Dr. Clyde E. Harriger Scholarship Fund 28

Dr. Edward Haluska Scholarship Fund for the Penn Highlands Community College Dr. Harry M. Rhoads Scholarship Fund Dr. John Melleky Memorial Scholarship Fund Dr. Joseph & Marianne Plummer Scholarship Fund *Dr. Rosemarie K. Tipton Memorial Scholarship Fund Dr. Vito E. Mantini Scholarship Fund Ed Denner Writing Award Fund Elbert and Lillie Mae Jones Scholarship Fund Eleanor and Carlton Haselrig Family Scholarship Fund Elizabeth L. Brawley Nursing Scholarship Fund Elizabeth Lindsay Davis Club Scholarship Fund Elizabeth Virginia “Liz” Sarlouis Scholarship Fund Erin Hostetler Scholarship Fund Erin Michael Bosworth Scholarship Fund Ernie Blough Memorial Fund Everett Area Alumni Association Scholarship Fund Everett Cash Mutual Centennial Scholarship Award Fund Forest Hills Alumni Association Fund Forest Hills Distinguished Alumni Class of 2014 Scholarship Fund Forest Hills School District Educational Endowment Fund Foundation Distribution Fund - Scholarship/ EITC grants Frank and Bernice Lucente Community Service Scholarship Fund *Frank E. Roman Memorial Scholarship Frank T. Carney Medical School Scholarship Fund Fred and Nancy Shaffer Scholarship Fund, in memory of Mark A. Shaffer Frederick K. Metzler Business Technology Scholarship Fund Friends for Life: Damian Fain & Todd Parker Scholarship Fund Galen Head, Jr. Scholarship Fund *Genevieve Milkie Scholarship Fund George and Eve Cook Charitable Gift Annuity Fund

George F. Wheeling Athletic and Educational Trust Fund *Glen George Memorial Scholarship Fund Gloria (Madorma) Quigley Math Scholarship Fund Hazel Jones Slater Scholarship Fund HC “Joe” Harned Scholarship Fund Heather Alt Reininger Memorial Scholarship Fund Helene and Robert Krantzler Scholarship Fund Helping Hand Scholarship Fund Homer D. Rice Sportsmanship Award Fund Hollis Family Scholarship Fund H.R. and Helen Konhaus Scholarship Fund *Hudec Family Scholarship Fund *Huston Township Alumni Association Scholarship Fund Indiana Co. Fire Chiefs Association Student Scholarship Award Fund In-Shore Technologies Scholarship Award Fund Jack Buchan, Sr. Trojan Stadium Award Fund Jack E. Tipton Memorial Graduation Award Fund Jacqueline A. Huff-McCann Memorial Scholarship Fund James Kocher Memorial Music Scholarship Fund Janet Bala Anthony Scholarship Fund Jeff Strittmatter Scholarship Fund Jennifer Hege Demuth Memorial Scholarship Fund Jerome A. and Frances D. Yetsko Family Scholarship Fund Jim Janak Memorial Student Athlete Award Jim Miller Scholarship Fund Jimmy L. Kist Memorial Scholarship Fund J. L. Martin Scholarship Fund *James and Laura Clark Scholarship Fund *Jean Hadfield Scholarship Fund *Jessie G. Ballentine Scholarship Fund Job Mann Trust Fund Joe and Tony Kompardo Portage Volunteer Fire and Ambulance Scholarship Fund Johanna M. LaBuda Trust/Estate Fund *John J. Aloi Scholarship Fund John “Jack” Lochrie Memorial Scholarship Fund

Johnstown Area Music Scholarship Fund Johnstown High School Alumni Association Fund Johnstown High School Class of 1950 Scholarship Fund Johnstown High School Class of 1955 Scholarship Fund *Johnstown High School Class of 1957 Scholarship Fund *Jonathan Y. Shirley, Jr. Scholarship Fund Joseph “Jack” Walker Award Scholarship Fund Joseph G. Hayes Family Trust Scholarship Fund Joseph L. and Georgia J. Uklayer UPJ Scholarship Fund Journey Award Scholarship Fund Judy R. Drenning Scholarship Fund *Justin Donald Ellis Jewelry Scholarship Fund Justin Goldinger Memorial Scholarship Fund Kai Paul Hrabovsky Memorial Scholarship Fund Kamona Scholarship Fund Ke-Ze Scholarship Fund Kiersten Alexandra Robertson Memorial Scholarship Fund Krista Chverchko Music Scholarship Fund Larry J. McGiboney Music Scholarship Fund *Laura Uadiski Wright Memorial Scholarship Fund Leah Guarino Memorial Scholarship Fund Leona Marian Scholarship Fund Lester D. and Grace E. Kemerer Scholarship Fund Linda McQuaide Memorial Scholarship Fund Loretta Stumpo Scholarship Fund Louise S. Atwell Memorial Music Scholarship Fund Lucas Popernack Memorial Scholarship Fund *M. Ray Leckemby Memorial Scholarship Fund Madame Trudy Banks Scholarship Fund Margaret M. Mekis Scholarship Fund Marie and Frank Slabe Scholarship Fund Marino Fulchiero Scholarship Fund Mark and Susan Thomas Scholarship Fund Mark Hess Legacy Fund Marlene J. Sipe Scholarship Award Fund


Marlon Mackel Scholarship Fund Martha P. Coleman Music Scholarship Fund Mary A. DeArmitt Scholarship Endowment Fund for Shade Central City H.S. *Mary Alice (Hall) Mock Memorial History Award Fund Mary Jo Clark Helsel Scholarship Fund for Bishop McCort *Mary Neilan Stansfield Fund *Mary Samole Mawyer Scholarship Fund Masser and Yahnert Families Health Profession Scholarship Fund McCready Family Scholarship Fund McKenzie-Raupach Scholarship Fund Melissa O’Kinsky Scholarship Fund Meyersdale Area Education Association Staff Memorial Scholarship Fund Meyersdale Church of the Brethren Kids’ Klub Scholarship Fund Meyersdale Merit Scholarship Trust Fund Michael P. Baer Memorial Scholarship Fund Mina and Barney Lucas Fund Mitchell and Rebecca Azar Family Scholarship Fund Mouse and Robin Grass Scholarship Award Myrtle and Walter Davis Scholarship Fund National Association of Insurance/Financial Advisors Scholarship Fund for the PHCC Nicholas Enos Memorial Scholarship Fund Norman & Theresa Salem Scholarship Endowment Fund Nunzio S. and Flora D. Yocca Scholarship Fund Olivia Van Deusen Memorial Scholarship Fund Oreo Foundation in Memory of Alexa Eplett Scholarship Fund Paul D. Bennett and Doris Haselrig Scholarship Fund Paul Keeney Scholarship Fund Pennsylvania Highlands Community College Scholarship Fund Pete Duranko Scholarship Fund *Peter G. Lazzeri Football Scholarship Fund Philip A. Marcinek Scholarship Fund Pine Grill Open Scholarship Fund P. J. Helsel Scholarship Fund Polish Falcons Nest #97 Scholarship Fund Portage Area Scholarship Fund Rangers Becoming Rangers Scholarship Fund

Rev. Robert G. Whisler Memorial Scholarship Fund Rick and Trudy Barefoot Fund Riordan Memorial Scholarship Fund Robert E. and Theodore R. Shahade Scholarship Fund Robert Mishler Sr. and Doris Mishler Memorial Scholarship Fund Robert A. Funari Sr. Scholarship Fund Robert B. and Frances C. Hornick Family Scholarship Fund Ron DiBuono-Don Gallucci Friendship Award Fund Ronald S. Rivera Scholarship Fund Rotary Club of Northern Cambria County Scholarship and Award Fund *Ryan Carosi Memorial Scholarship Fund Ryan Fleming Memorial Scholarship Fund Ryan James Kinley Memorial Scholarship Fund Saint Francis University Margaret H. Dunn Environmental Community Service Endowment Fund *Salvatore Agnello Scholarship Fund *Samuel T. Brumbaugh Scholarship Award Fund Sergeant First Class Raymond Richard Buchan Memorial Scholarship Fund and Veterans Education Project *Seth Landis Memorial Scholarship Fund Shade Township Class of 1946 Scholarship Fund Shawn Carota Football Scholarship Fund Sheldon Bowman Memorial Scholarship Shuster Family Scholarship Fund Somerset County Technology Center Licensed Practical Nursing Scholarship Fund Somerset School Distict Eric W. Shaffer Memorial Award Fund Somerset School District Betsy Neilan Sullivan Award Fund Somerset School District David Sharp Yul Memorial Award Fund Somerset School District Dennis & Gretta Afton Scholarship Fund Somerset School District George Lichty Memorial Award Fund Somerset School District George Parke & Helen Craighead Parke Memorial Fund

Somerset School District Karen Marteeny Memorial Fund Somerset School District Kenneth & Mary Frances Lohr Memorial Scholarship Fund Somerset School District Mary Louise McClemens Memorial Award Fund Somerset School District Mary Neilan Stansfield Fund Somerset School District Richard, Ray, & Rebecca Bender Memorial Scholarship Fund Somerset School District William & Beatrice Griffith Scholarship Fund St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Scholarship Fund Steph and Kris Scholarship Fund Steve “Alf” Hahn Memorial Scholarship Fund Steve and Hazel Terebus Fund Steve J. Terebus Fund Steve Petro Scholarship Fund for Bishop McCort Steve Purich Scholarship Award Fund Strandquest-Simmons Entrepreneurship Scholarship Fund Sunnehanna/Eddie Vetock Scholarship Fund Thomas E. Bailey Memorial Scholarship for UPMC Bedford Memorial Hospital TMR (Tuscano-Maher Roofing) Memorial Scholarship Fund Tom Hoover Excellence Award Scholarship Fund *Torrence W. Prescott Scholarship Fund Trojan College Access Fund Tyler Park Beachy Memorial Scholarship Fund Tyler Shaffer Scholarship Fund United School District Scholarship Fund *Viking Pride Award Fund *Viola Rugh Memorial Scholarship Fund Virginia Yanakos Scholarship Fund Walter E. Wood Scholarship Fund Walter F. Mitchell, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund Walter R. Mahler Memorial Scholarship Fund Westmont High School, Class of 1972 Fund Westmont Hilltop High School Class of 1960 Scholarship Fund Westmont/Upper Yoder Class of 1947 Scholarship Fund

Wilfred Jr. and Karen (Carter) Brandon Scholarship Fund WHAA Westmont Hilltop Alumni Association Fund William I. Plank Scholarship Fund William Obert Scholarship Fund Windber Area School District Chapman Memorial Scholarship Fund Windber Area School District Edna Mae Ankeny Greathouse Scholarship Fund Windber Area School District Estate of Edna Solomon Scholarship Fund Windber Area School District William & Harriet Hayes Memorial Scholarship Fund Windber Area School District Estate of Helen Solomon Scholarship Fund Windber Rambler Lettermen’s Club Scholarship Fund *Y.S. and Y.W. Nam Scholarship Fund Zahorchak Education-Economic Endowment Fund

PARTNERSHIP FUNDS

814 Worx Entrepreneurial Education Fund *AAABA Tournament Support Fund Air Quality Collaborative Fund All 4 Smiles Fund Allegheny Regional Festival of Books Fund AYFL Fund Bedford County Arts Fund Bedford County Humane Society Capital Campaign Fund *Bedford County Pink Ribbon Fund Bedford Heritage Trust Fund Bedford Summer Music Festival Fund c-Solutions Fund Cambria County Backpack Project Fund Cambria County Child Advocacy Center Fund Cambria County Prevention Coalition Fund Cambria County SERT Fund *Cambria County Suicide Prevention Task Force Fund Camp PARC Forever Friends Fund *Celebration Johnstown Fund *Chad Delier Scanlon Memorial Event Fund Children Are Precious Fund Children’s Safety Fund Christ Centered Community Church Outreach Missions Fund City of Johnstown Fire Department Fund 29


City of Johnstown Homeowners’ Sewer Assistance Fund Community Connection Team Fund *Conemaugh Township Golf Fund Conemaugh Township Soccer Booster Club Fund Conemaugh Township Stampede Fund Conemaugh Township Track and Field Booster Club Fund Creator Square Fund Danielle Krout & Family Domestic Violence Awareness Fund Diamonds & Ice (Gala) Fund *Divinity Cares Church and Community Center Fund Downtown Johnstown Holiday Lighting Fund Dr. Kamal and Dr. Jyothi Gella Special Projects Fund Entrepreneurial Alchemy Fund *Ferndale Band Booster Fund Friends of Patton Park Fund Friends of Pittsburgh Professional Soccer Fund *Gallery on Gazebo Fund *The Gifted Edition Fund Gotham on Stage/Ristretto Stiletto Fund Greater Johnstown Community Chorus Fund Greater Johnstown Economic Development Fund Greater Prospect, Inc. Fund Hero Float Fund Highlands Health Fund Hilltop Action Team Fund *Hope 4 Johnstown Fund Howard and Adelle Picking Fund James F. Beener Memorial Fund Janice Keen Livingston Memorial Fund Jennerstown Recreation Committee Fund John P. Murtha Memorial Statue Project Fund Johnstown Area Heritage Association Capital Campaign Fund Johnstown Area Heritage Association Patron Fund Johnstown Cinderella Project Fund Johnstown Concert Series Fund Johnstown Football Reunion Association Fund Johnstown Hockeyville Legacy Fund Johnstown Neighborhood Boosters Fund 30

Johnstown Police K-9 Unit Fund Johnstown Reed Band Fund Johnstown Tomahawks Booster Club Fund Johnstown Tomahawks Foundation Fund Johnstown Walk of Hope Fund Korean War Monument Fund Lady Cardinals 18U Fund Lady Dirtbag Youth Development Organization Fund Laurel Highland Region Police Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Fund Laurel Highlands Amateur Baseball Fund *Laurel Highlands Semicolon Project Fund Lift Johnstown Fund Little Leagues Big Hearts Fund “LKGF” (Love, Kindness, Goodness, Forgiveness) Fund Margaret H. Barclay Colver Youth Lodge Fund Meyersdale Area Student Assistance Fund *Mt. Davis Gravel Grinder Fund *Music Makes Us Stronger Fund Music Mechanics Fund *Nathan’s Divide Watershed Education Center Fund *North Star Music Makers Fund Patriot Park Foundation Fund PAWS House Inc. Fund Pennsylvania Green Business Initiative Fund People for Parks Fund Potter’s Players Fund Power of Praise Ministry Fund Quecreek Mine Rescue Foundation Fund Quemahoning Chillin’ for Charity Fund Richland ALPR Fund *Rockwood Veterans Memorial and Community Park Fund Roxbury Civic Group Fund Roxbury Park Bandshell Restoration Fund aka “Jump on the Bandshell” Roxbury Park Skate Rink Fund S.O.S.-Secret Santa of Somerset & Surrounding Areas *Samurai Project Fund Saturday’s Kitchen Fund Sergeant Michael Strank Fund Skating Club of Johnstown Skaters Fund Slayback Young Entrepreneurs Fund Somerset Area Athletic Foundation Fund Spirit of Johnstown Fund SQI/Whitewater Fund

Stackhouse Park Playground Fund Steeples Project Fund *Tackle Box Fund Tomahawks Elementry Hockey Program Fund Three Rivers Waterkeeper Fund Tribune Democrat Santa Fund Trinity Farms Center for Healing Fund *Unity Coalition of the Southern Alleghenies Fund Verna K. Blough Oakland Playground Fund Vietnam War Monument Fund Vipers Baseball Club Fund Vision2025 Fund VOMA Accelerator Fund *Walking in Her Shoes Foundation Fund Washington Township Recreation Fund West Hills Recreation Commission Fund WILLStrong Foundation Fund Your Safe Haven Fund Youth Leadership Program Fund

FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS

Allison Vaughn Memorial Fund Amateur Athletes Training Fund Amy Wicks Fund for Leukemia Bone Marrow Transplants Bedford County Veterans and Citizens for Heroes Fund Cyndi’s Hope Fund (In Memory of Cyndi Frankel) Goldblatt Family Fund *Irene Panci Gladstone Trust Fund Kaza Family Adoption Fund Laurel Auto Group Charity Fund Morley’s Dog Fund for Kids Myrrel Overdorff Memorial Beautification Fund NAMI Mental Illness Support Fund Penelec Sustainable Energy Development Fund Robert Waters Economic Development Fund Sophia’s Grace Fund UPMC Bedford Memorial Hospital Employee Emergency Fund West End Improvement Group Fund Windber Borough Beautification Fund

DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE FUNDS RESTRICTED Alan L. and Lana J. Miller Family Fund Bedford County Community Fund Ben Franklin Fund Benjamin Bosler Fund Bork Family Fund Earl and Jeanne Berkey Fund FPL Energy Meyersdale Wind Power Fund *Josephine, Vitalina and Fiorindo Scipione Endowment Fund Laurel Highlands Cancer Program Fund Marlin Stephens Beautification Fund Penelec Fund for the Future of Greater Johnstown Robert Waters Charitable Trust Somerset County Community Fund

UNRESTRICTED

Crown REIT Fund Fund for the Future Jeanne Allen Memorial Fund Joseph Cauffiel Memorial Fund Memorial Fund Tretter Family Fund

ADMINISTRATIVE FUNDS

Howard Picking, Jr. Administrative Fund Operating Fund Walter Krebs Fund

2018 NEW FUNDS AAABA Tournament Support Fund – to provide support for the AAABA organization to continue offering lodging, meals, facilities, game officials, and related expenses for national and regional tournaments conducted annually by the AAABA and its franchise organizations. Adams-Croyle Recreation Authority Fund – to support all efforts of the Adams-Croyle Recreation Authority, including the 1889 Park, located in Sidman, Pa.


Andy Koma Memorial Registered Nurse Scholarship Fund – to support graduating seniors from West Shamokin, Indiana, Marion Center, and Apollo Ridge High Schools planning to attend an accredited post-secondary institution to pursue a registered nurse degree. Anna & Michael Mazur, Sr. and Margaret & Chester McGivney, Sr. Memorial Fund –- to support educational expenses for seminary students at the Byzantine Catholic Seminary of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Pittsburgh, Pa. Arts Patron Fund – to support designated arts and human service charities. Bedford County Pink Ribbon Fund – to provide resources to help local organizations and institutions in supporting individuals in their battle against breast cancer. Bedford Grange Mutual Scholarship Fund – to support students furthering their education. The student must be recommended by a Bedford Grange Mutual Insurance Co. Agent and family member of a policy holder. Beulah Harvey Memorial Scholarship Fund – created in memory of Beulah Harvey, a long-time Sunday School teacher who appreciated those willing to teach others. The purpose of the fund shall be to help fund the education of one who attends the Meyersdale Church of the Brethren or is approved by the scholarship committee, and is enrolled in the pursuit of a degree in education. Birthright of Somerset Fund – to support any endeavor to advance the mission of Birthright of Somerset, Pa., in the organization’s support of mothers and their babies. Blacklick Creek Watershed Association Fund – to provide an endowment that will benefit the activities of the Blacklick Creek Watershed Association. Cambria County Suicide Prevention Task Force Fund – to provide support for all efforts and activities of the Cambria County Suicide Prevention Task Force, which works to support those affected by suicide, provides education and understanding by collaborating with the community to prevent suicide, provides crisis intervention, and reduces the stigma associated with suicide.

Camp Cadet of Somerset County Scholarship Fund – to provide two $1,000 scholarships for graduating Somerset County seniors pursuing post-secondary education and who are graduates of Camp Cadet of Somerset County. Caramela Charitable Trust Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarships to graduating seniors from Dubois Area High School, Curwensville Area High School, Dubois Central Catholic High School, and Lock Haven University, to support students who plan to pursue a career in either teaching or arts, such as sculpture, painting, graphics, etc. Celebration Johnstown Fund – to provide support for Celebration Johnstown, a family-friendly event that takes place in downtown Johnstown on New Year’s Eve. Chad Delier Scanlon Memorial Event Fund – to support fundraising activities that will sustain and support the Chad Delier Scanlon Memorial Fund, a donor advised fund. Chad Delier Scanlon Memorial Fund – established in memory of Chad Scanlon, whose life ended far too soon following a diagnosis of glioblastoma, a rare and fatal form of brain cancer. Charitable annual distributions will focus on supporting families and children suffering with life-threatening illnesses and research as progress continues to be made to find cures. Coach Larry Layton Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide a scholarship for a graduating senior at Richland School District who is a member of the track team and also a well-rounded student. Conemaugh Township Golf Fund – to support the efforts and activities of the Conemaugh Township Area School District Golf program. Dean and Angela Damin Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for a graduating senior student from Portage Area School District, Central Cambria School District, or Bishop Carroll Catholic High School who will be attending Saint Francis University or Mount Aloysius College and will be studying a business-related field. Divinity Cares Church and Community Center Fund – to provide support for Divinity Cares Church and Community Center,

which serves residents in the Hornerstown neighborhood of Johnstown and the surrounding areas. Dr. Rosemarie K. Tipton Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for a graduating senior of the Shanksville-Stonycreek School District who shows perseverance and dedication, exhibits a strong work ethic, challenges their limits to perform beyond their abilities and lift their skills to new levels, and demonstrates good moral character. The student must be accepted at an accredited post-secondary school. The EADS Group Charitable Foundation Fund – to support the Donor’s philanthropic goals with annual charitable distributions. Everett Area Better Business Association Fund – to support the organization’s objective to help promote local businesses in the Everett area. Ferndale Band Booster Fund – to support all efforts and activities of the Ferndale Area Junior-Senior High School Band Program. Frank E. Roman Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for graduating seniors from Shade Central City School District interested in advancing their education in the area of trades or environmental studies. Priority will be given to students pursuing vocational programs offering skills training certification, two-year degree or four-year degree programs, through accredited post-secondary educational institutions. Gallery on Gazebo Fund – to provide support for the Gallery on Gazebo, a magnet for visitors and residents to Downtown Johnstown to gather for learning, conversation, and the business of being good citizens. Genevieve Milkie Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for students pursuing voice study, music education, or related fields from Greater Johnstown School District, Westmont Hilltop School District, or a member of St. Mary Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church in Johnstown. The Gifted Edition Fund – to promote children’s literacy in families with limited resources by broadening access to

children’s literature and instilling the love of reading. Glen George Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide a $250 scholarship to a graduating senior at United School District who plans to pursue a career in the field of science, technology, or science education. Homer Center Public Library Fund – to provide support for the Homer-Center Public Library. Hope 4 Johnstown Fund – to provide support for reducing violence in the Greater Johnstown community. Hudec Family Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for a senior Bishop McCort Catholic High School hockey player. If no seniors are eligible, the scholarship may be given to a junior. Huston Township Alumni Association Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support to graduating seniors pursuing post-secondary education at accredited institutions, and who are residents of Huston Township. Irene Panci Gladstone Trust Fund – to be used for scholarship support as determined by the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies. James and Laura Clark Scholarship Fund – to provide an annual $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior at Westmont Hilltop School District who will be pursuing secondary education and majoring in business or political science. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and participation in extra-curricular activities, as the winning student should be well-rounded and self-motivated. Jean Hadfield Scholarship Fund – to provide a scholarship award to the Valley High School valedictorian to support their attendance to an accredited post-secondary institution to pursue a baccalaureate degree. Jessie G. Ballentine Scholarship Fund – to provide a continuous scholarship to support a maximum of four graduation seniors from Brookville High School interested in pursuing post-secondary education at a four-year accredited college or university. The Jessie Tree Fund, In Memory of Jessie Sutherland Gordon – to provide support to

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all branches of nonprofit arts organizations and initiatives, including student scholarships, in the local community. John J. Aloi Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship(s) annually to graduating senior(s) at United School District who plan to either enter the police academy or pursue studies at a post-secondary educational institution with a major in law enforcement, criminal justice, forensics, or other related field. Johnstown High School Class of 1957 Scholarship Fund – to support a $250 annual scholarship for senior students at Greater Johnstown School District who will be attending either the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown or Pennsylvania Highlands Community College. Jonathan Y. Shirley, Jr. Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for two graduating seniors of the Shanksville-Stonycreek School District who demonstrate hard work, perseverance, and the desire to achieve. The two $1,000 scholarships may be applied to study at a two- or four-year accredited technical school or college, however, the students must demonstrate financial need. Josephine, Vitalina and Fiorindo Scipione Endowment Fund – to support worthy projects of nonprofit organizations in the Portage region as determined by the Portage Regional Endowment Committee. Justin Donald Ellis Jewelry Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for a graduating senior enrolled in the visual arts program at Castle High School, Evansville, In., preferably participating in the study of jewelry arts, to pursue a post-secondary degree at a two- or four-year accredited college or technical school in their chosen field. Laura Uadiski Wright Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors at United School District who are planning to pursue post-secondary education in a healthcare field. Laurel Highlands Semicolon Project Fund – to support all efforts and activities of the Laurel Highlands Semicolon Project, which works to increase awareness of suicide prevention to local youth. M. Ray Leckemby Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support in the amount of $2,000 annually for one male and one female graduating senior at Meyersdale Area School District ($1,000 per student). The deserving recipients are to be continuing their education by any post-secondary means and will be cho-

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sen by the Meyersdale Area Scholarship Committee. Mary Alice (Hall) Mock Memorial History Award Fund – to provide scholarship support to Bedford County graduates to develop valuable skills either through a history related major or at a trade or vocational school with the goal that they will utilize and apply their talents in a profession dealing with the preservation of American History. Mary Neilan Stansfield Fund – to support educational excellence and innovative teaching at the Somerset Area Senior High School. Mary Samole Mawyer Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarships for graduating students of the Conemaugh Township Area High School who have been accepted into an accredited two- or four-year college and who demonstrate financial need. Morton Glosser Memorial Fund – to support local nonprofit organizations. Mt. Davis Gravel Grinder Fund – to support volunteer fire departments in Somerset County through a bicycle road race event. Music Makes Us Stronger Fund – to support individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer, with preference given to the following groups, respectively: 1) a student who attends a school within the Conemaugh Township Area School District, 2) an alumnus of the Conemaugh Township Area High School music program, 3) a child of a Conemaugh Township Area High School music program alumnus, 4) a student involved in a music program at a nearby school district. Nathan’s Divide Watershed Education Center Fund – to provide support for the mission of Nathan’s Divide Watershed Education Center to promote water stewardship by teaching people of all ages how to protect and conserve our precious resources for future generations. North Star Music Makers Fund – to support and promote the performance and enjoyment of music by the youth and adults of the North Star School District. Patrick and Pamela Torchia Donor Advised Fund – to support local nonprofit organizations. Pennsylvania Envirothon Fund – to provide support for Pennsylvania Envirothon, Inc., which provides students with the knowledge and tools necessary to address the natural resource challenges facing today’s world.

Peter G. Lazzeri Football Scholarship Fund – to support graduating seniors in the Armstrong School District, from the attendance areas of Shannock Valley, Dayton, and Apollo Ridge, pursuing education through an accredited post-secondary institution. PRIDE Fund – to provide support for local volunteer fire departments that protect and educate Somerset County’s businesses and industries, maintaining their safety and enhancing the quality of life to further economic development. Rockwood Veterans Memorial and Community Park Fund – to support the construction, maintenance, and perpetual care of a permanent Veterans Memorial and Community Park in Rockwood Borough, Somerset County. Ryan Carosi Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for a graduating senior from Greater Johnstown High School who will be pursuing post-secondary vocational or technical education. Salvatore Agnello Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support to graduating seniors at Indiana Area School District who plan to pursue a registered nurse degree at a post-secondary accredited institution. Samuel T. Brumbaugh Scholarship Award Fund – to provide support to a graduating senior from the Tussey Mountain School District with a $500 scholarship award to be applied towards tuition for post-secondary education at an accredited educational institution. Samurai Project Fund – to support equine therapy for disabled veterans. Seth Landis Memorial Scholarship Fund – created in memory of Seth Landis, the purpose of the fund is to provide financial assistance to qualified students pursuing post-secondary education at an accredited four-year college. Shanksville-Stonycreek School District Education Foundation Viking Family Fund – to provide support for any endeavor that enhances Shanksville-Stonycreek School District students, faculty, and programs as determined by the Shanksville-Stonycreek School District Education Foundation Committee. Somerset County Economic Development Foundation Fund – to support the administration of, and the ongoing operations and efforts of, the Somerset County Economic Development Council. Somerset County Youth Shooting Sports Foundation Fund – to support the educa-

tion, development, and preservation of youth shooting sports in Somerset County. Stephen Deal Memorial Fund – to support costs associated with sending students from Meyersdale Area School District to the annual Future Farmers of America national convention each year, especially for students who are in financial need and cannot afford to attend otherwise. Stiletto Network W.I.S.E. Fund – to advance a diverse networking culture dedicated to the support of women-focused charitable causes related to human service, education, professional growth, and development, and successful future endeavors in the workplace and communities in which they serve. Tackle Box Fund – to promote the camaraderie and enjoyment of reading with cross-generational opportunities for residents of Hooversville and the surrounding areas. Torrence W. Prescott Scholarship Fund - to provide scholarship support to graduates who are members of the First Methodist Church in Punxsutawney, Pa. Unity Coalition of the Southern Alleghenies Fund – to support the activities of the Unity Coalition of the Alleghenies, an organization created to fight oppression of fellow humans by education forums for the public, unification actions, and change actions. These efforts may encompass events, education, or materials needed, including but not limited to fundraisers, rallies, literature, scholarships, and advertising. Viking Pride Award Fund – to support and acknowledge a graduating senior student of the Shanksville-Stonycreek School District who exhibits the personal attributes of leadership, responsibility and community service as demonstrated in the school and the community. This shall be an annual cash award to a student selected by the award committee. Viola Rugh Memorial Scholarship Fund – to support Kiskiminetas Springs School in Saltsburg, Pa. Walking in Her Shoes Foundation Fund – to provide support activities aimed at improving the Greater Johnstown community by providing safe havens for its residents, especially women and children. Y.S. and Y.W. Nam Scholarship Fund – to support Cambria County and Somerset County students who will attend a community college, post-secondary trade school, or post-secondary vocational school, providing a continuous scholarship to continue at UPJ for no more than four years.


Supporting Organizations The Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds became the Foundation’s first supporting organization in 2004. Supporting organizations act under the Foundation’s fiscal and administrative oversight but with their own board and mission. Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds has become a highly influential re-granting program across the state with a focus on Acid Mine Reclamation. The Foundation and its executive director, John Dawes, have been recognized nationally. The Community Foundation houses three other supporting organizations, the John P. Murtha Foundation, currently supporting the creation of the John P. Murtha Center for Public Service at Pitt Johnstown; the FracTracker Alliance, an online mapping tool; and the Southwestern Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project.

Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund In 2000, the Foundation received $6.8 million to establish the Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund (one of four funds created statewide), as the result of the deregulation and subsequent settlement agreements by Pennsylvania Electric Utilities. Since inception, the Sustainable Energy Fund has approved 193 grants totaling $3,804,373; 44 loans totaling $24,013,724; and 3 equity investments totaling $1,600,000 for projects within the Penelec, Metropolitan Edison, and Penn Power service territories.

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Condensed Statement of Activities (Unaudited - As of June 30, 2017)

Net Assets, Beginning of Year

$54,498,587

Grants, Scholarships, and

Support and Revenue Contributions, Pledges, and Grants Income $9,611,514 Deferred Gifts/Grants Released

$1,277,586

Net Investment Income and Return

$3,584,967

Miscellaneous Revenue Total Support and Revenue

Expenses

$899,889

$15,373,956

Charitable Distributions

$6,841,566

Supporting Organizations

$2,246,830

Operations

$696,750

Development

$290,728

Individual Fund Activities Total Expenses

Net Change in Assets

$621,461 $10,697,335 $4,676,621

Net Assets, End of Year

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$59,175,208


Total Assets $71,779,650

Condensed Statement of Financial Position (Unaudited - As of June 30, 2017)

Assets Cash Accounts

$4,993,872

Investments $65,652,527 Current Receivables

$130,712

Notes Receivables

$921,458

Other Assets

$52,420

Office Equipment & Software (Net Depreciation)

$28,661

Total Assets

$71,779,650

Liabilities and Net Assets Grants Payable Accounts Payable & Accrued Liabilities Deferred Revenue

$1,486,354 $175,092 $2,659,166

Total Current Liabilities Agency and Trust Funds

$4,320,612 $8,283,830

Total Liabilities

$12,604,442

Net Assets

$59,175,208

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$71,779,650

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Our Board of Directors Mr. Mark Pasquerilla, Chairman

Ms. Lauren Cascino Presser

Mr. Gary C. Horner, Esq., Secretary

Mr. Robin Quillon

Mr. Michael Sahlaney, Esq., Acting Secretary

Mr. Bill Rice

Mr. Terry Dunkle, Treasurer

Ms. Sara Ann Sargent

Ms. Michele Beener

Mr. Thomas Slater

Mr. John Blackburn III

Mr. Randy Stager

Mr. Alan Cashaw

Ms. Carol Stern

Ms. Lori Copley

Mr. Jeff Stopko

Mr. Raymond E. DiBattista

Ms. Michelle Tokarsky, Esq.

Mr. Robert J. Eyer, CPA

Ms. Cristina Tomlinson

The Honorable Linda Rovder Fleming

Ms. Colleen Tretter

Mr. Greg Glosser

Dr. Donato Zucco

Mr. William Glosser, Esq.* *Bill Glosser passed away in December 2017

Mr. Jerry Hudson

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Our Committees ACADEMIC ALUMNI ADVISORY BOARD Ms. Louise Fisher

Mr. Mark Pasquerilla

Ms. Leesa Waite

Mr. Dan Hill, Esq.

Ms. Linda Miko

Mr. James Rihs

Mr. David Wallace

Mr. Mark Pasquerilla

Mr. Randy Stager

Ms. Wanda Keller

Mr. Michael Sahlaney, Esq

Ms. Dorene Lape

Mr. William Shulick, Esq.

Ms. Connie J. McClain Ms. Lois Miller

DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE

Ms. Kristine Olsen

Mrs. Lynn Ashe

Ms. Wilda Sanna

Mr. John Ayres, Esq.*

Ms. Anita Sukenik

Mr. Terry Dunkle

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mr. Terry Dunkle Mr. Robert Eyer Mr. Gary C. Horner, Esq. Mr. Richard Mayer Mr. Mark Pasquerilla

Mr. Don Gardill

Mr. Michael Sahlaney, Esq.

AUDIT COMMITTEE

Ms. Beth Hullihen

Ms. Sally Ann Sargent

Ms. Amy Edmiston

Ms. Jen Johnson

Mr. John Kriak

Ms. Sue Mann

Ms. Michelle Tokarsky, Esq.

Mr. Mark Pasquerilla

Mr. Rob McCombie

Mr. Mario Wilfong

Mr. Bill McKinney Ms. Melanie Miller

BEDFORD COUNTY ENDOWMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE Ms. Lynn Ashe Mr. John Blackburn III Ms. Lori Copley

Mr. Hank Parke Mr. Mark Pasquerilla Mr. Michael Sahlaney, Esq. Ms. Michelle Tokarsky, Esq.

Mr. Allen Harr

Mr. William Uhlig

Mr. Rick Jones Ms. Leah Pepple Mr. Mark Thomas BORK FAMILY FUND ADVISORY COMMITTEE

EVERETT AREA FUND COMMITTEE Mr. Fred Baca Mr. Don Burd Ms. Wendy Dunkle-Daley Mr. Justin Hillegas

Mr. David Bork

Mr. Dan Iseminger

Mr. David Bork, Jr.

Ms. Jessica Michael

Ms. Debbie Bork

Mr. John Mobus

Ms. Jessica Borowitz

Mr. Gary Shetter

Mr. Michael Grimes

Mr. Kenny Tewell

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Ms. Vicki Beer Mr. Terry Dunkle Mr. Robert J. Eyer, CPA Mr. Mark Pasquerilla

Ms. Melissa Radovanic

SOMERSET COUNTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Ms. Stacy Roberts

Ms. Vickie L. Beer

Dr. Leah S. Spangler

Mr. G. Henry Cook

Ms. Colleen Tretter

Mr. Theodore Deskevich Mr. Raymond E. DiBattista

MEYERSDALE WIND POWER FUND ADVISORY COMMITTEE Ms. Connie Anderson

Mr. John Fiesta Mr. Gregory C. Frantz, Esq.

Mr. David Clapper

Mr. Matthew G. Melvin, Esq.

Mr. Tom Deetz

Ms. Lana Miller

Mr. Harold Nicholson

Mr. Hank Parke

Dr. Tracey Karlie

Ms. Pamela Ream

Ms. Carol Stern

Mr. William Rice Ms. Carol Stern

PENELEC SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUND ADVISORY BOARD Mr. Tim Booth

SOMERSET COUNTY COMMUNITY FUND DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE

Mr. Scott Gebhardt

Ms. Michele Beener

Mr. Samuel Catanese

Mr. Brian Hill

Mr. Scott Bittner, Esq.

Mr. Kim Craig

Mr. Frank Plank

Ms. Sharon Clapper

Mr. Casey Craig

Ms. Marybeth Smialek

Mr. Theodore Deskevich

Mr. Raymond E. DiBattista

Mr. John Ubinger, Jr.

Mr. Bruce G. Hottle

Mr. John Kriak

Ms. Beverly Weaver

Mr. Sean Isgan

Mr. Mark Pasquerilla

Mr. Gregory Winger

Ms. Lana Miller

Mr. William Rice

Mr. Chady Zablit

Ms. Melanie Miller

Mr. Mario Wilfong

Mr. Rick Smith

Mr. James Gonsman

Mr. H. Dean Lemley

FINANCE COMMITTEE

Ms. Lauren Cascino Presser

Mr. Hank Parke

Mr. Tyler Trimbath MARKETING COMMITTEE Mr. Dennis Brawley Mr. William Glosser, Esq. * Ms. Kellie GoodmanShaffer

PORTAGE REGIONAL ENDOWMENT COMMITTEE Mr. John Adams Mr. George Fetsko Mr. Michael Kiel Mr. Russell Kiel

Ms. Carol Stern Mr. Brian Whipkey Mr. James Zimmerman * Deceased


Our Staff

Angie Berzonski

Barb Charney

Stephanie Daniels

Ali Doty

Program & Communications

Accounting Associate

Executive Assistant

Communications Specialist

Officer

Paula Hencel

Lori Huska

Mike Kane

Marisa Nelson

Donor Services Officer

Accounting Assistant

President and Executive Director

Administrative Specialist

Katrina Perkosky Development Associate

Kay Reynolds

Pamela Tokar-Ickes

Bedford County Endowments

Somerset County Endowments

Director

Director

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THANK YOU FOR GIFTS In Honor of... Richard Abrams All with rare cancers in the fracking zone Rachel Allen Katie Ansell Theresa Arena George Ashman, MD Kayla Becker Frank Colpini Joe and Ruth Corle Wayne & Ann Darr Springboard Design Jane Eisenbergs Harry C. Englehart Anthony Falatico Benjamin Fassberg Hyatt Walker Fleegle Linda Fritz Joseph Frumkin and Ms. Debra Mayer

Nate Gordon Aldine Gorsuch Suzette Grisin-Gardenhour Galen & Gracie Head Christopher Heiple Mahlon & Bernice Hoover Kai Hrabovsky Joe Hudec Susan Johnson Ellie Mayer Kane James Mayer Kane Mike Kane Michael Kane and Ms. Elizabeth Mayer Nancy Kenney Agnes Kompardo Carol Krone Danielle Krout Margaret Lantzy William Lantzy Sr.

Molli, Maggi & Miller Lazzari Bernard Leech, DO Corey Leech Marisa and Jeff Lehman Chuck Mahon Debra Mayer Dick & Connie Mayer Elizabeth Mayer Pamela Mayer Corey McCombie Erica McCombie Lois McGhee-Toney Joyce McGiboney Cpl. Terry McGrath Alan Metzler Dean Metzler and Anthony Falatico Frederick K. Metzler Matthew A. Metzler Jacob Miller

Anne Munley Ed Patterson Nicolas Perez Carson Alexander Pick Elyse Polish Polish Falcons Nest 556 Tyler Shaffer Diane Teich Wallace Family Claire Williams Susan Yarnick Shrey Jerome A. and Frances D. Yetsko Yurosko Family

Lois Malek Joseph Mangarella Peggy Manges Richard and Patricia Martin Clifford Maust Billy Maust Margaret Rebecca “Becky” (Schultz) Mayer Joyce Ann McGiboney Larry and Joyce McGiboney Dr. John Melleky Gloria Mendelson Frederick K. Metzler Regina Miller Jacob Edward “Jack” Molchaney Sandy Flick Montanino Jacqueline MorrisonBedenschatz John P. Murtha Michael R. Neill Sally Oakley Matilda Ohs Robert Pappentick O’Shea and Paruch Families Sue Pipon Dorothy Glessner Pohl George and Evelyne Polster Ray “Buck” E. Poorbaugh Lyle Popish Charles Popovich Nancy Quast Marlene L. Rager Duane & Marlene Rager Ruth Randall

Lyric Reilly Kiersten A. Robertson Ty Romick Ryan C. Vernon Sanders, Jr. Sandi Dena Anne Santoro Dena Santoro Ann H. Shaffer Tyler Shaffer Jeanne Broeseker Shirey Warry H. & Mary E. Shoemaker Samuel Signorino Sandra Simyan Ron Singer Helen Smouse Doug Spangler Wendy Spencer Alan Stept Tobias Stern Sandra Kay Stevenson Lawrence Stone Frances P. Stuck Loretta Stumpo Isadore Suchman Rev. Dr. Robert Swanson Amelia “Chic” Verbano Leonore Voltz Peter Wetzel Donald C. Wilson Donald Wright Irma B. Yarnick John R. Young Kate Zimmerman

In Memory of...

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John J. Aloi John Marshall Rose Ayers Donald L. Baker Janie Barnhart Tyler Park Beachy Dr. Chester J. Beres Carol Berish Judith Berlay A. Leonard Berstein Sharon Birch Jean Birkhimer Mitzi Budney Kenny Burkett Fred Burtnett Thomas A. Byrne, Sr. Mary Beth Christie Michael Christine Hannah Chuha Krista Chverchko Eileen Cipnick Joe Corle Betty Cover Thomas and Joann Dailey Stephen Deal Chad Delier Scanlon Liz Dellaro Jennifer Demuth Louise Duray Herman Eisenberg Justin Donald Ellis Robert Eppley Paul Epstein, MD George Felix Hyatt Walker Fleegle Ryan Fleming Robert Forquer

Glen George Glen and Gregory George Victoria Gibson William Glosser, Esq. Jessie S. Gordon Robert James “Jim” Gordon Kathleen R. Grady John Gressick Don Hall John and Betty Hammer Galen Head, Jr. Peanut Holt Kai Paul Hrabovsky Louise Alfreda Hrabovsky David & Leona Hunter David E. Irvin, Sr. Doris Jackson James Janak Mabel Jordan Joyce Den June Kai-Bot Jerry Kennell Doris Kisha Cecilia Kline James Kocher John Krabal Margaret Lantzy M. Ray Leckemby Corey Leech Joe Lee Stella Levy Susan Linkes Mina and Barry Lucas Bob and Dorothy Mack


Thank You More than 130 volunteers serve on various committees for the Community Foundation, and we simply could not function without their support. As always, we give special thanks to the Academic Alumni Scholarship Committee for reviewing certain scholarships for our donors. Also, once again, we thank Somerset Trust Company for providing space for our Downtown Johnstown and Uptown Somerset offices, and to Mark Thomas for our office in Bedford. Their support enables us to keep focused on our mission. To our donors and new Legacy Society members this year, a thank you never seems to be quite enough, but please accept our appreciation. Our Legacy Society members are featured on pages 12 and 13. For a full listing of all our donors, please go to www.cfalleghenies.org.


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