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Welcome from our President and Board Chair


Our Impact


Our Funds

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Our People


Special Thanks


Growing for Good At Community Foundation for the Alleghenies, we believe in a lot of things. We believe everyone should have the opportunity to participate in our community, to give back, to leave a mark. We believe in working together to build a better future rather than waiting around to see what happens. We believe in, and work for, the big-hearted intentions of our donors and feel an almost sacred obligation to help them realize their dreams in support of our shared place in this world. This past year, we have increased our ability to help. We’ve added new staff and dedicated full-time efforts to donor services, grantmaking programs, scholarships, and communication. We’ve moved into a new office to create a welcoming, inspiring space. These changes help us effectively manage a growing number of donations from and distributions to the community— now from over 5,000 separate donors and 745 charitable funds. Our Legacy Society, a group of generous people who have remembered us in their wills or estates, has grown to 97 members. It has been a good year. On behalf of our donors and the community, we distributed over $6.1 million, and about two-thirds of that amount stayed here in our region. You will read some of their stories in these pages. Even with these distributions, our total assets grew 8 percent to just over $78 million. We are growing because our donors are putting us to work, and we are driven to live up to their philanthropic visions. We want to do a good job for them and for our communities and together spur changes that make a difference, forever. Of all the ideals we believe in and work to realize, we believe in the future of our community. Let’s believe together. We are here to benefit the region every day. Forever. Thank you for being a part of that. For a full list of our donors, grants, and scholarships, please go to www.cfalleghenies.org. Mark Pasquerilla Board Chair


Mike Kane President and Executive Director

Our Board of Directors Mr. Mark Pasquerilla, Board Chair

Mr. John M. Kriak

Mr. Mike Sahlaney, Esq., Secretary

Mr. Richard H. Mayer

Mr. Terry Dunkle, Treasurer

Mr. Robin Quillon

Ms. Michele Beener

Mr. Bill Rice, RCF, CRPC

Mr. John Blackburn, III

Ms. Sara Ann Sargent

Ms. Lauren Cascino-Presser, Esq.

**Mr. Thomas C. Slater

Mr. Alan Cashaw

Mr. Randy Stager

Ms. Lori Copley

Ms. Carol Stern

Mr. Raymond DiBattista

Mr. Jeff Stopko

Mr. Robert J. Eyer

Ms. Michelle Tokarsky, Esq.

The Honorable Linda Rovder Fleming

Ms. Colleen Tretter

*Mr. Rob Forcey

Dr. Donato Zucco

Mr. Greg Glosser

* Joined in FY ‘19/’20

Mr. Gary Horner, Esq.

** Tom Slater passed away in September 2019 and is greatly missed.


Philanthropy Empowering Generations This year, thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, CFA launched the Early Childhood Education Fund, a new, ongoing special initiative. One of our region’s most urgent unspoken challenges is a lack of high-quality early childhood education programs. Right now, in Somerset County, there is not a single childcare program (other than Head Start) that the state recognizes as high-quality (Keystone STAR 3 or STAR 4). It’s a similar story in Cambria County, where only 30 percent of children under 5 are enrolled in high-quality programs.

Why is this important? To put it simply, our region’s future depends on it. Research links high-quality early childhood education with increased employment and tax revenue; increased job retention and productivity for employers; higher earning potential for parents; improved math and language ability; healthy development; and reduced grade repetition. Without it, children in our area begin their academic and social lives behind and often stay behind; they face a much higher risk of dropping out of school, becoming a teen parent, and being arrested for a violent crime. That kind of disadvantage to young people is a disadvantage to all of us and to our community’s future, which is exactly why Community Foundation for the Alleghenies made improving access to early childhood education one of our special initiatives. The new fund aims to provide a permanent resource to address this critical need. It began with an anonymous donor but is open to any caring citizen who wants to make our children—our future—their legacy.

To find out how you can empower generations, contact our Donor and Development Services Officer Katrina Perkosky at kperkosky@cfalleghenies.org or 814-208-8411. 4

Recognizing that every person has the potential to leave a legacy

Local children enjoy early childhood education opportunities in Cambria and Somerset counties, and CFA’s new ECE initiative will ensure that even more children have access to high-quality programs. 5

CFA donors and partners are

Philanthropy Transforming Tomorrow Our region is on the cusp of transformative change. For the past few years, energized volunteers, forward-thinking organizations, and regional leaders have pushed to re-imagine the region’s future. They’ve mapped out strategies, such as Vision Together 2025 and the multi-county Alleghenies Ahead plan. They’ve collaborated like never before and broken down territorial limitations. More and more people are recognizing the potential of the region’s people, places, culture, natural resources, and quality of life. The momentum is here, but we have to take advantage of it. The changes and big ideas can’t be implemented without resources, including ongoing financial support. That’s the critical need that our enhanced Community Initiatives Fund directly targets. This year, we committed at least $600,000 to projects that can affect transformative change, and we launched a special initiative to create a permanent resource for projects that steer our region toward community and economic viability. Donors who choose to transform tomorrow through this fund will help our region realize powerful change—growth in net income, property values, household income, and county health rankings and a decrease in poverty levels. Together with the Early Childhood Education Initiative, CFA donors and partners are embarking on a multi-faceted approach to making our region better, forever: by helping more local children achieve success and by creating job- and resource-rich environments to support them as adults, we are helping to shape a vibrant future for all of us.

To find out how you can transform tomorrow, contact our Donor and Development Services Officer Katrina Perkosky at kperkosky@cfalleghenies.org or 814-208-8411. 6

CFA donors and partners are strengthening our Community Initiatives Fund to allocate even more resources to making our region better, forever.

Top: The Center for Metal Arts in Johnstown Bottom: The Johnstown Youth Corps

The Inclined Plane Trails. Photo credit: Kylee Doyle


Integrity Creating a Legacy of Opportunity The Esther Keyser and Edith Dressler Scholarship Fund was established as a part of the Foundation’s Legacy Society in February 2019 by two sisters from Somerset County. Our Legacy Society recognizes individuals now who have decided to donate to CFA in the future through a planned gift from their estate. Edith and Esther chose to support opportunities for higher education for local students because of the love they share for young people and also the challenges they faced in their own youth. “We really just wanted to do some good,” Edith said. “We grew up knowing what it was like to want to go to school or college and not have the money to do it.” CFA staff helped the sisters both create specific scholarship opportunities that align perfectly with their interests. Edith’s portion will be awarded to a student who will be entering the technology field, while Esther has elected to award hers to a student who plans to apply a passion for agriculture in his or her future. The Legacy Society allows donors to not only be thoughtful with their giving, but to envision a future of philanthropy that will last forever.


“We grew up knowing what it was like to want to go to school or college and not have the money to do it.”

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 for individuals to be acknowledged for their future gift commitment today, ensuring that our members’ names and spirit of giving will be honored forever. To start creating your own legacy, call us at 814-536-7741.

LEGACY SOCIETY * Robert A. Allen * Walter C. Allen, Jr. Anonymous (34) Anrmjl Lynn and Craig* Ashe * Ridley Banks * Abe Beerman * Beverly Berkebile *Susan Berkstresser Dr. Frank T.Carney* and Mrs. Kathryn Carney George* and Eve Cook * Jinnie Davis * Jelorma K. DeMario * Ann R. Deitle Raymond P. DiBattista George Dooley * Michael Dorosh and * Mary Locke Dorosh Edith M. Dressler Terry Dunkle * Charlotte Ellis * Irene Panci Gladstone * Dan Glosser * William Glosser Donald L. Green George A. Griffith H.C. “Joe” Harned Bill and Doris Horner The Juniper Foundation for Business Development and the Trades Mike Kane and Elizabeth Mayer Esther L. Keyser Robert and Judith Koveleskie Dorothy G. Kunkle

* Johanna M. LaBuda Elmer and Barbara Laslo Charles and Susan Levy Dr. and Mrs. Scott Quinn Little Edward T. and Karlice N. Makuchan Sandra Mackel * David R. Madigan Rose Mardula Dick and Connie Mayer William Mock * Walter Morris * Elizabeth H. Neff * Margaret Ossola * Ethel J. Otrosina Mark Pasquerilla * Dr. Harry M. Rhoads Ray and Nancy Rizzo 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 Jane Hauger Zeigler * Deceased 9

Integrity PLAN for the Future Through CFA’s Philanthropic Leaders Advisory Network (PLAN), we work to help our colleagues in financial and estate planning help their clients. Our Donor and Development Services Officer Katrina Perkosky explains how it works. Q. What is PLAN?

A. PLAN is a partnership between CFA and the region’s professional wealth advisors. By collaborating with us, advisors can help clients better meet their charitable goals by utilizing

the Foundation’s widespread knowledge of the nonprofit sector. Q. Why would wealth advisors want to engage with CFA?

A. We understand that many in the community have already forged trusted relationships with

wealth advisors. The Foundation works to enhance those existing bonds, guided by financial

transparency and an understanding of current community needs. When clients open

charitable funds at CFA, they have the option of continuing to use their personal investment

advisors. Q. What are the benefits of being a PLAN member?

A. We help to promote the advisors we work with by including their names and links to their

firms on our website. We also provide marketing materials to potential donors with information

on our PLAN members and the partnership they have with CFA. Q. How can I become a PLAN member?


A. Throughout the year, we organize continuing education seminars for local advisors on a

variety of relevant topics, including charitable giving strategies, estate planning, tax law

change education, and more. We ask that advisors attend at least one of these sessions a year

and also meet individually with CFA staff to become PLAN members. To get started, you can

contact me at 814-208-8411 or kperkosky@cfalleghenies.org.

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 W. Jeffrey 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 McKinley Carter Wealth Services Barry R. Gilchrist Wessel & Company, P.C. Dennis Hunt AmeriServ Trust & Financial Services Michelle Petrosky Moon Barnes Saly & Company, P.C. John Paros Paros Financial Doug Puchko Puchko Financial Associates, Inc. Kayla Puchko Stephenson Puchko Financial Associates, Inc.

Roberta Ream AmeriServ Trust & Financial Services Bill Rice Laurel Highlands Financial Services, LP 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 Metlife


Empowerment Walking Hand-in-Hand Through partnership funds, Community Foundation for the Alleghenies supports volunteers with charitable projects and events. These funds rely on CFA to provide administrative support and accounting services so they can focus on their mission. Sometimes the Foundation can even help ensure that an event that once had national support can continue to exist without it. Walks to fight cancer in Bedford and Cambria counties are two perfect examples. The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Bedford County started in 2011 but came to an end in 2016 when the American Cancer Society consolidated the event with one happening in Blair County. A similar situation unfolded with the Relay for Life of Greater Johnstown. That could have been the end of the story for the walks in those communities, but it wasn’t. Thanks to grassroots organizers and support from CFA, both communities continue to host walks and raise money for local families. The Bedford committee members who once worked with the American Cancer Society banded together to form the Bedford County Pink Ribbon Fund in 2017. Last year, they raised more than $59,000. Walk organizers in Cambria County also formed their own event in 2016, the Johnstown Walk of Hope. This year, that event raised more than $55,000. The driving force behind their success is that all donations stay local. Participants in those events are helping their neighbors and fellow community members manage the cost of treatment-related expenses, such as past-due medical bills, insurance and prescription co-pays, gas cards, meals, and other bills. Organizers for both events rely on the Foundation for the nonprofit structure they need to continue to operate.


Helping community members support their friends and neighbors


Empowerment Keeping Memories Alive The Kamnikar Award was created in 1961 by the coaching staff at Greater Johnstown High School to honor the memory of John “Jack” Kamnikar. Jack was a standout football player, starting at quarterback for the undefeated Trojans in his junior year. He was also a stellar student, landing among the top 10 percent of his class. Tragically, two months before his senior year, Jack and his girlfriend were killed in a car accident while traveling along old Route 219. After his death, JHS awarded the scholarship for decades to the senior letter winner with the highest GPA to continue honoring Jack’s memory. However, the initial funding was designed to be a short-term scholarship fund, and the money eventually ran out. In an effort to keep the scholarship alive, the school district reached out to Jack’s family. The family wanted to find a way to continue honoring his memory with the award, but they also wanted to bring a permanence to the scholarship that it had thus far lacked. Through CFA, they created the Kamnikar Award Scholarship Fund, which will be awarded annually to a graduating Greater Johnstown senior who excels academically and has lettered in a sport. By creating a fund through the Foundation, Jack’s family will be able to continue granting scholarships to athletes who are dedicated to success in the game and in the classroom, keeping Jack’s legacy alive forever.



Leadership Strengthening Community-Led Philanthropy In Bedford and Somerset counties, CFA is supporting and encouraging grassroots efforts to grow resources that will benefit those communities forever. The Bedford County Endowments has grown to 51 individual funds, which support everything from higher education for local students to resources for veterans to promotion of the arts. The Bedford County Community Fund, an unrestricted endowment to support needs in Bedford County and guided by an advisory committee, has grown to $88,800, with a new campaign underway to push the fund to an important milestone—$100,000—so grantmaking can begin. Established more than 20 years ago, the Somerset County Community Fund has provided more than $250,000 to worthy causes. The ongoing #SomersetCountyGives campaign has been met with broad-based community support; caring citizens have pledged more than $300,000 to the Somerset County Community Fund, with the aim of growing that endowment to a million dollars over the next few years. Achieving that goal would make the fund the largest endowment dedicated solely to supporting Somerset-area nonprofit activity. The Somerset County Endowments office also relocated this year to a larger space in Somerset Borough that interfaces with important human services partners.


Understanding, identifying, and responding to community opportunities Students at Turkeyfoot Valley Area School District

Somerset Area Ambulance Association The Somerset County Community Fund has supported a wide variety of organizations Downtown from Bedford after-school Inc. Farmers’ learning Marketto feeding programs. 17

Leadership Remaking Downtown Johnstown Ongoing efforts to improve downtown Johnstown and bring more people and energy to Central Park Square are achieving results, thanks to a number of CFA-supported initiatives. The Vision Together 2025 Central Park Square Capture Team’s ongoing work is just one example. Along Gazebo Park, Gallery on Gazebo opened this year with help from CFA. The gallery houses a fine loose-leaf tea retailer as well as local art that is available for purchase. The space has quickly become a popular gathering spot, and hundreds of people attended a gallery-hosted art-and-tasting event set up in Central Park this summer. Just a couple doors down, construction began on a new makerspace and maker residency program. CFA helped drive the effort to launch Creator Square, a program designed to connect world-class makers with small-batch manufacturing tools and local entrepreneurial support. The concept stemmed from a framework created by Carnegie Mellon’s Remaking Cities Institute. Funding sources include the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, the U.S. Economic Development Administration, CFA, and private donations. JARI and Southern Alleghenies Planning & Development Commission also helped secure funding. Along Locust Street, CFA and other project partners, including Vision Together 2025 and the Johnstown Youth Corps, built and dedicated a new greenspace in honor of Leo and Stella Cakouros, a couple who were part of the downtown business scene for 30 years. The Cakouros family partnered with CFA to create the new park, which features a rounded central patio, seating area, and four customordered outdoor musical instruments. Trees will be planted to provide shade and additional beautification around the seating area. Vision Together 2025 Coordinator Ryan Kieta said the park adds a pleasant space for reflection to the downtown experience: “You can look at Central Park and recognize there’s real momentum generating outward from the square right now.”


Building momentum, helping to re-imagine our community’s future.

Top: Construction has begun on Creator Square.

Left: Locust Park opened this year. Photo credit: Todd Berkey


Collaboration Creating Opportunities This year, more students found help pursuing higher education in Bedford County. In May, scholarships were distributed for the second time from a fund set aside for Fulton County students attending the Allegany College of Maryland (ACM) Bedford County Campus. The scholarships, now part of the campus’ Bedford County Regional Education Foundation (BCREF) Fund at CFA, were a passion project for Kay Reynolds, CFA’s recently retired Bedford County Director. Kay was always looking for ways to open doors for students and worked to foster collaboration between the two foundations, ACM Director of Pennsylvania Advancement and Community Relations Leah Pepple said. Since its inception in 1993, the BCREF has awarded more than $1.3 million to students, and since 2004, the BCREF Fund at CFA has distributed more than $184,000 in scholarships. “Kay has a heart for the community, for education, and for helping people create opportunities in their lives,” Pepple said. Before the new fund opened, available scholarships were extremely limited for students from Fulton County, which borders Bedford County to the east. Both CFA and the Bedford County Regional Education Foundation agreed to donate funds to start the new scholarship. Kay also personally contributed. Now, six students every year will receive financial help to reach their dreams because of the work the foundations were able to accomplish together.


Leveraging and connecting community resources to maximize impact for all

Leah Pepple (center), Director of PA Advancement and Community Relations at ACM, and Kay Reynolds, (right), Director of CFA’s Bedford County Endowments, speak to “Fulton County News” reporter Cassidy Pittman. Photo credit: Jamie Greathead.


Collaboration Making the Region a Destination CFA donors have seen the value of the region’s trails, and their support is one of the reasons so many trail connections are happening now and in the near future. Over the past decade, CFA has been able to award nearly $250,000 in direct grants to support the region’s growing trail systems in Bedford, Cambria, Indiana, and Somerset counties. Many of these grants helped bring in millions of dollars in state and federal funding for trail-related projects and conservation efforts. The past year has been a busy one for those who follow local trail development. In April 2019, the Foundation awarded a $50,000 Community Initiatives Fund grant to Somerset County to start the first phase of the September 11th National Memorial Trail connection between the Great Allegheny Passage trailhead in Garrett to the Flight 93 National Memorial. The September 11th National Memorial Trail Alliance also opened a fund at CFA this year to support development and sustainability for the trail system. This summer, Quemahoning Trails project partners officially opened a 17-mile bicycle trail that encircles Somerset County’s Quemahoning Reservoir, an important step toward building on recreational opportunities in the region and making the area a destination for thrill-seeking visitors. In Cambria County, another extension to the Ghost Town Trail opened this summer, building on a plan to make it the first continuous rail-trail loop in the nation.


How have our partners and donors helped make trails happen?

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Building trails Providing seed funding Funding planning and development Leveraging millions in state and federal funding Supporting beautification efforts Creating local connections to more than 1,500 miles of trails

What does this mean for all of us? • Millions of dollars in economic impact

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Making the region a Mountain Town destination through place-making Improving quality of life for residents and future residents Positioning the region as an attractive place to live-work-play

Outdoor enthusiasts had plenty of reasons to celebrate this year, including during the opening of another

extension of the Ghost Town Trail, which runs through Indiana and Cambria counties.


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 20 FUNDS, $7.4 MILLION IN ASSETS, $262,000 IN 2019 GRANTS, $16,700 IN 2019 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 22 FUNDS, $13.3 MILLION IN ASSETS, $1 MILLION IN 2019 GRANTS, $1.6 MILLION IN 2019 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


Strengthening the Nonprofit Sector


New Programs

Existing Programs (one-time expenses)

Research & Planning

Special Requests



Donor Services



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.


105 FUNDS, $4.1 MILLION IN ASSETS, $373,000 IN 2019 GRANTS, $555,760 IN 2019 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.


34 FUNDS, $7.6 MILLION IN ASSETS, $133,000 IN 2019 GRANTS, $98,400 IN 2019 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.



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



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


191 FUNDS, $22.2 MILLION IN ASSETS, $1.1 MILLION IN 2019 GRANTS, $854,700 IN 2019 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



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


Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds

Closely Held Stock

Real Estate

401K and IRA Accounts

Life Insurance Policies

Bequests 25

List of CFA Funds by Type *New Fund


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 Supporting Organizations John P. Murtha Foundation Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds FracTracker Alliance SWPA Environmental Health Project Donor Advised Funds AAABA Hall of Fame Fund Abe and Janet Beerman Fund 26

Abrahams Family Fund Anonymous 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 Chestnut Ridge Christian Fund Clara Lasky Fund Clark Family Foundation Fund Commonwealth Commonsense Education Fund CONCEPT Playground Distribution Fund Coney Island Lunch Fund Daniel and Marcia Glosser Fund I 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 Forest Hills Alumni Association 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 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 Memorial Hospital of Bedford County Foundation Fund Michael L. Bodolosky and Winsome W. Garland Fund Mihalko Family Fund Milton I. Friedman Memorial Fund Morton Glosser Memorial Fund Norman S. Slick Memorial Fund *Ohio River Valley-Appalachia Collaborative 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 *Rebecca Lear 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 WHAA Westmont Hilltop Alumni Association Fund William L. Glosser Family Fund Zamias Galleria Fund


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 *Arbutus Park Retirement Community 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 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 Christian Home of Johnstown Fund

Christian Science Fund *Colt Foundation 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 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 Prog 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 *ICTC Heidi Allison Character Award Fund 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 *LivRed Foundation Fund Majerski Fund Mark and Sophie Gojmerac Family Fund Mary Madigan Bishop McCort Fund Mary Madigan Lee Hospital Fund *Mazur Family 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 *Shade Creek Watershed Association 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 Christian School Foundation Fund, Established in Honor of Susan Harshbarger 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 *Sri Siva Vishnu Temple of Pittsburgh 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 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


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 27

Arthur Hagadus Scholarship Fund 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 *Brush Valley Antique Iron and Power Club Scholarship 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 *Claudia Mehall Memorial 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 *Croner Educational 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 *Delvin L. and Nancy J. Lockard Scholarship Fund *Diana Lynn Holben Scholarship Fund Doris Jean Lazere Scholarship Fund 28

Dorothy Pekala Scholarship Fund Doug Harnden Memorial Scholarship Fund *Doyle E. Paul Memorial Scholarship Fund Dr. Bert and Lucile Wiley Scholarship Endowment Dr. Clyde E. Harriger Scholarship Fund 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 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 Memoria l 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 J. L. Martin Scholarship Fund James and Laura Clark Scholarship Fund Jean Hadfield Scholarship Fund Jessie G. Ballentine Scholarship Fund *JHS Interact Club Future Leader 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 *Johnson Family 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 Johnstown High School Class of 1959 Scholarship Award 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 *Kamnikar Award Scholarship Fund Kamona Scholarship Fund Ke-Ze Scholarship Fund Kiersten Alexandra Robertson Memorial Scholarship Fund *Kiwanis Club of Johnstown 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 Berge Service Scholarship 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 *Monessen Class of 1968 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 *Paul Urbain Memorial Scholarship Award 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 *Richie Thomas 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 *Sue Ankeny Memorial 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 Service to Others 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 William I. Plank Scholarship Fund *William R. Lloyd, Jr. Scholarship 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 AYFL Fund *Bandits Baseball Club 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 *Berlin Backpack Program Fund c-Solutions Fund Cambria County Backpack Project Fund Cambria County Child Advocacy Center Fund 29

*Cambria County Coroner’s Office Yellow Ribbon Program 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 Community Connection Team Fund *Community Projects 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 *Crime Stoppers of Cambria County 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 Festival of Books in the Alleghenies *Fresh Start Soap Pantry Fund *Forrest Foundation Fund Friends of Patton Park Fund Gallery on Gazebo Fund The Gifted Edition Fund Greater Johnstown Community Chorus Fund Greater Johnstown Economic Development Fund *Greater Johnstown Tennis Association Fund Greater Prospect, Inc. Fund *Green S.E.N.S.E. Fund Highlands Health Fund *Hilltop Boys Club Fund Hope 4 Johnstown Fund Howard and Adelle Picking Fund James F. Beener Memorial Fund Janice Keen Livingston Memorial Fund 30

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 Johnstown Police K-9 Unit Fund Johnstown Reed Band Fund *Johnstown Running Club 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 *Laurel Mountain Park Improvement Fund Lift Johnstown Fund Little Leagues Big Hearts Fund “LKGF” (Love, Kindness, Goodness, Forgiveness) Fund Margaret H. Barclay Colver Youth Lodge Fund *Maxwell the Raindrop 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 *Old Westmont Neighbors Fund Patriot Park Foundation Fund PAWS House Inc. Fund Pennsylvania Green Business Initiative Fund People for Parks Fund *Pittsburgh Food Policy Council Fund *Play for Pink Charity Fund *Point Stadium Award Banquet Fund Potter’s Players Fund

Power of Praise Ministry 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.H.I.E.L.D. 911 Fund S.O.S.-Secret Santa of Somerset & Surrounding Areas Saturday’s Kitchen Fund *September 11th National Memorial Trail Fund Sergeant Michael Strank Fund Skating Club of Johnstown Skaters Fund Slayback Young Entrepreneurs Fund Somerset Area Athletic Foundation Fund *Somerset Area Little League Capital Fund *Somerset County Courthouse Clock Fund *South Fork K-9 Fund Spirit of Johnstown Fund SQI/Whitewater Fund Stackhouse Park Playground Fund Steeples Project Fund *Stork Fund *T&N Youth Sports 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 *Unity Towards Hope Fund *VE Arbutus Little League 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

FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS Allison Vaughn Memorial Fund

Amateur Athletes Training Fund Amy Wicks Fund for Leukemia Bone Marrow Transplants Ann Harris Smith Foundation Fund Bedford County Veterans and Citizens for Heroes Fund *Community Initiatives Fund Cyndi’s Hope Fund (In Memory of Cyndi Frankel) *Early Childhood Education Fund Goldblatt Family Fund Irene Panci Gladstone Trust Fund *Juniper Foundation for Business Development and the Trades Kaza Family Adoption 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 UPMC Bedford Memorial Hospital Employee Emergency Fund West End Improvement Group Fund Windber Borough Beautification Fund


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


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

2019 NEW FUNDS Arbutus Park Retirement Community Fund – to support services and programs of the Arbutus Park Retirement Community and its mission to provide care and services nurturing the mind, body, and spirit of adults in the Laurel Highlands while remaining an independent non-profit and faith based organization. Bandits Baseball Club Fund – to provide support for the Bandits Baseball Club, a team for middle and high school athletes in Cambria, Bedford, Indiana, and Somerset counties. The Fund will also help to support non-profit organizations, children in need, and other charitable efforts performed by the team members. Berlin Backpack Program Fund – to provide support for the operation of a weekend backpack program for students in the Berlin-Brothersvalley School District. Brush Valley Antique Iron and Power Club Scholarship – to provide a minimum of one $500 scholarship award annually to recognize and support students who are active in Future Farmers of America club in select school districts. Cambria County Coroner’s Office Yellow Ribbon Program Fund – to provide support for programs that work to educate individuals of all ages about suicide, implement initiatives that work to prevent suicide, and hold events that allow loss survivors to memorialize and remember loved ones who have died by suicide. Claudia Mehall Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for graduating seniors at Forest Hills School District who have been accepted into an accredited post-secondary education institution to study special education, psychology, social work, or a related major. Colt Foundation Fund – to provide support for all efforts and activities of Northern Cambria School District. Community Initiatives Fund – to provide the Foundation a resource to address specified charitable purposes related to economic and community development in Cambria and Somerset counties. Additional donors to the Fund have the discretion to recommend specific purpos-

es related to economic and community development, such as blight eradication, creation of greenspace, workforce development, capital projects, specific geographic boundaries, etc. Community Projects Fund – to provide support for individuals and organizations who would like to engage in fundraising for small or short-term community projects. Crime Stoppers of Cambria County Fund – to promote community welfare and lessen the burdens of the government of Cambria County by assisting local police departments in the apprehension and conviction of criminals by making funds available for offering rewards. Croner Educational Fund – to provide scholarship support for members of Trinity United Church of Christ in Berlin, Pa. First priority will be given to church members who are students for the Christian ministry. Second priority will be given to church members who are college students and who have financial need. Applicants must have been a church member for at least two years to be eligible to apply. All scholarship distributions will follow guidelines as provided by the Fund Representative(s). The Fund Representative(s) may also elect to make grant distributions directly to Trinity United Church of Christ. Delvin L. and Nancy J. Lockard Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support to two graduating seniors at Northern Cambria School District who plan to pursue post-secondary education, one in a business field and the other in a trade or technical field. Preference will be given to those fields, but if no students meet the criteria, the selection committee has the ability to choose a deserving student studying any field. Diana Lynn Holben Scholarship Fund – to support a graduating senior from Homer-Center School District and provide encouragement for them to pursue personal growth through post-secondary education, with strong consideration given to an individual who has experienced discouraging life challenges that may be influencing their faith, courage, or motivation.

Doyle E. Paul Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for a graduating senior of a Somerset County school district pursuing post-secondary education in the field of agriculture, agribusiness, or technical education related to the field of agriculture. Early Childhood Education Fund – to provide the Foundation a resource to address specified charitable purposes related to early childhood education in Cambria and Somerset counties. Additional donors to the Fund have the discretion to recommend specific purposes related to early childhood education, such as purchases of materials, scholarships, specific geographic boundaries, etc. Forrest Foundation Fund – to passionately serve people of all ages with the goal of empowering them to live their lives with strength and purpose in order to encourage them to change their world in a positive way. Fresh Start Soap Pantry Fund – to provide support for Fresh Start Soap Pantry, which provides hygiene items to those in need in the Greater Johnstown region. Greater Johnstown Tennis Association Fund – to provide support for all efforts and activities of the Greater Johnstown Tennis Association. Green S.E.N.S.E. Fund – to provide support for developing sustainable solutions, building partnerships, and establishing food systems that create opportunities for veterans and their families. Hilltop Boys Club Fund – to provide support for costs associated with organizing a Junior High baseball team(s) based in (but not limited to) the Westmont Hilltop School District. ICTC Heidi Allison Character Award Fund – to memorialize Heidi Allison, a health occupations instructor at ICTC, who touched countless hearts and had an especially profound impact on her stude nts. Heidi is remembered for nurturing young lives into adulthood through kindness, compassion, integrity, and respect, exemplifying the foundational

attributes that enhance student success in the classroom and beyond. Each year a graduating senior from ICTC will be awarded the Heidi Allison Character Award to recognize and affirm the importance of these basic character traits to a productive and fulfilling life, whether it involves advancing one’s education, entering the workforce, or contributing to one’s community. JHS Interact Club Future Leader Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for graduating senior Interact Club members at Greater Johnstown High School. Scholarships will be awarded to members who lead in the classroom and in the community. Johnson Family Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for a graduating senior at Conemaugh Valley High School who plans to pursue postsecondary education at a trade, vocational, or technical school. Johnstown High School Class of 1959 Scholarship Award Fund – to provide scholarship support for the class salutatorian from the graduating class of Greater Johnstown High School to attend an accredited post-secondary institution of learning, not limited to a college or university. Johnstown Running Club Fund – to provide support for the Johnstown Running Club, which serves as a resource for local runners and works to promote running and races in the Greater Johnstown region. Distributions from the fund may also be used to provide grants to local non-profit organizations as chosen by members of the JRC. Juniper Foundation for Business Development and the Trades – to address specified charitable purposes related to workforce and entrepreneurship development in support of endeavors aimed to advance, expand, or establish skilled trades businesses and employees in Bedford, Cambria, Somerset, and Indiana counties. Kamnikar Award Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support annually for a


graduating senior at Greater Johnstown High School. The scholarship will be awarded to the student who has the highest class rank according to GPA and has also lettered in a sport during their high school career. Kiwanis Club of Johnstown Fund – to provide two scholarships supporting students at Greater Johnstown High School: the Key Club Scholarship and the John Ayres Memorial Scholarship. Laurel Mountain Park Improvement Fund – to provide support for Laurel Mountain Park Association, Inc. for the use of improvements and refurbishments, including, but not limited to the Shelter House, Swimming Pool, Community Garden, Pavilion, and general grounds. LivRed Foundation Fund – to provide support for causes that educate, inspire, and encourage people to choose kindness, which celebrates the memory of Olivia Catherine Red, who was tragically killed by a drunk driver in 2018, including providing funding for the Side-by-Side Award, a scholarship to recognize outstanding individuals who dedicate their time to fighting indifference, intolerance, and injustice. Mary Berge Service Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for students in the Interact Club at Greater Johnstown High School. Maxwell the Raindrop Fund – to provide support for local children in need to attend arts education programs. Mazur Family Fund – to provide annual support for Sisters of the Order of St. Basil the Great, located in Uniontown, Pa. Monessen Class of 1968 Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for graduating seniors at Monessen High School. Ohio River Valley-Appalachia Collaborative Fund – to support efforts by nonprofit organizations engaged in environmental protection efforts and creating alternatives to petrochemical/ shale expansion in the Ohio River Valley and Appalachia region. Old Westmont Neighbors Fund – to provide support for Old Westmont Neighbors, a group of concerned citizens


working to improve the neighborhood they live in. Paul Urbain Memorial Scholarship Award Fund – to provide scholarship support for a graduating senior student in the Somerset Area School District who was a top performer in geometry and continued to excel in mathematics within their graduating class. The student must exhibit the character traits that Mr. Urbain admired in his students, including honesty, integrity, and leadership among their peers. Pittsburgh Food Policy Council Fund – to provide support for the Pittsburgh Food Policy Council mission to implement a collective impact model to create a more just, sustainable, and equitable food system for all. Play for Pink Charity Fund – to provide support for individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer and their families. Point Stadium Award Banquet Fund – to provide support for the Point Stadium Award Banquet, an annual event that recognizes and awards young adult athletes in the Greater Johnstown region. Rebecca Lear Charitable Fund - to provide support for charitable interests as directed by the donor. Richie Thomas Memorial Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for graduating senior students from schools within the Greater Johnstown region who plan to enroll in post-secondary education and major in psychology or social work or a related major which would lead to a career in counseling (adults or children), addiction recovery, or other job related to preventing people from using drugs and helping those addicted to get sober.

S.H.I.E.L.D. 911 Fund – to provide support for S.H.I.E.L.D. 911, an organization that works to raise awareness of mental health and suicide prevention in the first responder community by offering Support, Healing, Intervention, and Education, to Lead and De-Stigmatize mental illness.

well loved in her profession as a physical therapist for Somerset Hospital. She is most fondly remembered for her love of soccer, a sport she was involved with during her youth, as part of a collegiate team, and as a coach following college. She excelled in sharing the joy of this sport with others.

Somerset Area Little League Capital Fund – to provide support to make improvements to the Somerset Area Little League Complex to ensure player safety, maximize facility use, and create a reserve fund for future maintenance and capital improvements.

T&N Youth Sports Fund – to provide support for youth sporting events in the Greater Johnstown region.

Somerset Christian School Foundation Fund, Established in Honor of Susan Harshbarger – to support any endeavor that enhances the Somerset Christian School and its students, faculty, and programs as determined by the Foundation Committee and accepted and approved under Community Foundation policies. Somerset County Courthouse Clock Fund – to provide support for the repair and maintenance of the historic Somerset County Courthouse Clock. South Fork K-9 Fund – to provide support for the purchase of one (I) Police K-9 SUV and on-going maintenance costs for K-9 Bas for the South Fork Borough Police Department. Sri Siva Vishnu Temple of Pittsburgh Fund – to provide support to create a place of worship for Hindus in southwestern Pennsylvania, in order to teach Hindu philosophy and conduct and sponsor religious, cultural, educational, and wellness activities for the benefit of the local Hindu community and their family and friends.

September 11th National Memorial Trail Fund – to provide support related to the development of the September 11th National Memorial Trail.

Stork Fund – to provide financial support for infertility treatments or adoption fees for individuals in the Greater Johnstown region who have experienced fertility issues or miscarriage.

Shade Creek Watershed Association Fund – to provide support for all activities and efforts of the Shade Creek Watershed Association, which works to protect and restore the water and fish habitat of the Dark Shade Creek and its tributaries.

Sue Ankeny Memorial Scholarship Fund – to support female senior students graduating from Somerset High School who participate in soccer at the senior high level. This scholarship honors Sue Ankeny, a graduate of Somerset High School and St. Francis University. Sue was

Unity Towards Hope Fund – to provide support for Torrance State Hospital patients, patient services and programming, employee enrichment and development, hospital infrastructure and services. VE Arbutus Little League Fund – to provide support for the VE Arbutus Little League. William R. Lloyd, Jr. Scholarship Fund – to provide scholarship support for a graduating senior of a Somerset County public high school enrolled in an accredited college or university who intends to major in government, political science, or politics. This scholarship was endowed by former State Representative Bill Lloyd (D-Somerset) for the purpose of encouraging Somerset County students to pursue careers in public service.munity college, post-secondary trade school, or post-secondary vocational school, providing a continuous scholarship to continue at UPJ for no more than four years.


Condensed Statement of Financial Position (Unaudited - As of June 30, 2019)

Assets Cash Accounts


Investments $68,452,398 Current Receivables


Notes Receivables


Other Assets


Office Equipment & Software (Net Depreciation) Total Assets

$156,239 $78,045,941

Liabilities and Net Assets Grants Payable Accounts Payable & Accrued Liabilities


$1,653,089 $333,776

Deferred Revenue


Total Current Liabilities Agency and Trust Funds

$5,314,800 $8,562,379

Total Liabilities


Net Assets


Total Liabilities and Net Assets


Condensed Statement of Activities (Unaudited - As of June 30, 2019)

Net Assets, Beginning of Year


Grants, Scholarships, and

Support and Revenue Contributions, Pledges, and Grants Income $10,352,258 Deferred Gifts/Grants Released


Net Investment Income and Return


Miscellaneous Revenue Total Support and Revenue




Charitable Distributions


Supporting Organizations






Individual Fund Activities Total Expenses

$489,767 $10,094,174

Net Change in Assets


Net Assets, End of Year



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 have their own board and mission. Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds has received national recognition and has become an influential re-granting program across the state. Community Foundation for the Alleghenies houses three other supporting organizations: the John P. Murtha Foundation; the FracTracker Alliance, an online mapping tool; and the Southwestern Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project. In addition, CFA manages programs for the Pittsburgh Food Policy Council, the Air Quality Collaborative, and Surveillance and Tracking of Asthma in our Region’s Schoolchildren (STARS).

Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund Since 2000, the Foundation has received $9.3 million to establish the Penelec Sustainable Energy Fund as a result of deregulation and subsequent settlement agreements by Pennsylvania Electric Utilities. Since its inception, the Sustainable Energy Fund has approved 205 grants totaling $3,936,158; 44 loans totaling $24,013,724; and 3 equity investments totaling $1.6 million for projects within the Penelec, Metropolitan Edison, and Penn Power service areas.



Mr. Michael Sahlaney, Esq.

Ms. Louise Fisher

Mr. William Shulick Esq.

Ms. Wanda Keller Ms. Connie J. McClain


Ms. Lois Miller

Mrs. Lynn Ashe

Ms. Kristine Olsen

Mr. Terry Dunkle

Ms. Wilda Sanna

Mr. Don Gardill

Mrs. Anita Sukenik

Ms. Beth Hullihen Ms. Jen Johnson

Mr. Robert Eyer

Dr. Leah S. Spangler

Mr. John Fiesta

Mr. Gary C. Horner, Esq.

Ms. Colleen Tretter

Mr. Gregory C. Frantz, Esq.

Mr. Mark Pasquerilla


Mr. Matthew G. Melvin, Esq.

Michael Sahlaney, Esq.

Ms. Connie Anderson

Ms. Sally Ann Sargent

Mr. David Clapper

Mr. Jeff Stopko

Mr. Thomas Deetz

Ms. Michelle Tokarsky, Esq.

Dr. Tracey Karlie

Mr. John Kriak Mr. Richard Mayer


Mr. Ned Kendall

Ms. Amy Edmiston

Ms. Sue Mann


Mr. John Kriak

Mr. Rob McCombie

Ms. Vicki Beer

Mr. Mark Pasquerilla

Mr. Bill McKinney

Mr. Terry Dunkle

Mr. Mario Wilfong

Mrs. Melanie Miller

Mr. Robert J. Eyer CPA

Mr. Mark Pasquerilla

Mr. Mark Pasquerilla

Mr. Michael Sahlaney, Esq.

Mr. Mario Wilfong


Mr. Rick Smith Ms. Michelle Tokarsky, Esq

Mr. Allen Harr


Mr. Rick Jones

Mr. Fred Baca

Mr. H. Dean Lemley

Mr. Don Burd

Ms. Leah Pepple

Ms. Wendy Dunkle-Daley

Mr. Mark Thomas

Mr. Justin Hillegas Mr. Dan Iseminger

BORK FAMILY FUND ADVISORY COMMITTEE Mr. David Bork Mr. David Bork, Jr. Ms. Debbie Bork Ms. Jessica Borowitz Mr. Michael Grimes Mr. Mark Pasquerilla Mr. James Rihs

Ms. Jessica Michael Mr. John Mobus Mr. Gary Shetter Mr. Kenny Tewell Ms. Leesa Waite Mr. David Wallace

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE Mr. Samuel Catanese Mr. Casey Craig Mr. Kim Craig Mr. Raymond E. DiBattista Mr. John Kriak

Mr. Harold Nicholson Ms. Carol Stern PENELEC SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUND ADVISORY BOARD Mr. Tim Booth Mr. Scott Gebhardt Mr. Brian Hill Mr. Frank Plank Ms. Marybeth Smialek Ms. Beverly Weaver Mr. Gregory Winger Mr. Davitt Woodwell

Mr. Mark Pasquerilla


Mr. Bill Rice

Mr. John Adams

Mr. Tyler Trimbath

Mr. George Fetsko

Ms. Lana Miller Mr. Hank Parke Ms. Pamela Ream Mr. Bill Rice Ms. Carol Stern SOMERSET COUNTY COMMUNITY FUND DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE Ms. Michele Beener Mr. Scott Bittner Esq. Ms. Sharon Clapper Mr. Theodore Deskevich Mr. Bruce G. Hottle Mr. Sean Isgan Mrs. Lana Miller Mrs. Melanie Miller Ms. Carol Stern Mr. Brian Whipkey Mr. James Zimmerman * Deceased


Mr. Russell Kiel

Mr. Dennis Brawley

Mr. Randy Stager

Ms. Lauren Cascino Presser, Esq. Ms. Kellie Goodman-Shaffer Mr. Mark Pasquerilla


Ms. Melissa Radovanic

Mr. Terry Dunkle

Ms. Stacy Roberts

SOMERSET COUNTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE Ms. Vickie L. Beer Mr. G. Henry Cook Mr. Theodore Deskevich Mr. Raymond E. DiBattista 37

New Spaces

This summer, the 2019 Youth Philanthropy Interns made good use of our new boardroom, which we have made available to area nonprofits.


Our Staff

Thanks to our donors and partners, CFA is growing! This year, we added positions and restructured our team to build a stronger foundation to more efficiently and effectively meet community needs. We made some strategic changes, such as making Angie Berzonski our first full-time program officer and hiring our first full-time communications officer, Kecia Bal, and our first full-time administrative and technology specialist, Marie DeWerff. Katrina Perkosky has been promoted to donor and development services officer and Marisa Lehman is now our donor services associate. Our hope is that we’ve not only boosted capacity, but also aligned our staff to better meet existing and anticipated community needs. Get to know us: cfalleghenies.org/about. 39

THANK YOU FOR GIFTS In Honor of... Richard Abrams Heidi Allison’s Children Arbutus Park Retirement Community Wayne P. Baserman Retirements of Ed Beyer and Ed Bows Craig Bingman Julie Blake John and Judy Bortel Avalee Bosnick Allison Carmean Patty Cat CFA Staff: Angie, Ali, Barb, Katrina, Lori, Marisa, and Stephanie Brad and Leslie Clemenson Aidan Connor Tracy Del Vecchio

Dr. Katherine Erlichman Anthony M. Falatico Len Fenimore Val Fletcher Linda Fritz Joseph Frumkin and Debra A. Mayer Vicki Gibson Pat Gisbrecht Amy Gonthier Tonya Grimes Frances Johnston Marna Jones Rick Jones Michael Kamnikar Ellis “Ellie” Mayer Kane James Mayer Kane Michael Kane and Elizabeth Mayer

Mike Kane ML King Carol Krone Dave Lester Louisa (Claflin) Mankin Jeff Masterson Debra Mayer Elizabeth Mayer Fritz Mayer Pamela Mayer Richard and Connie Mayer Alan and Elaine Metzler Dean Metzler Dean Metzler and Anthony Falatico Marsha Metzler & Ray Heil Matthew A. Metzler Corey McCombie Erica McCombie

Rob and Cindy McCombie Family Jacob Miller Mom and Dad John P. Murtha Neighborhood Children Paula Newman Andy Patterson Katrina Perkosky Elyse Polish Dr. William Pruchnic Pete Putyrski Matt Randall Amanda Reffner Kay Reynolds Ted and Judy Risch Larry and Barbara Rosenberg Samson & Berkeley

DeeDee’s Walking Warriors: Deb Scot Sue Shea Marlene Singer Diana Skowron Bill and Shirley Strachan Jane Strachan-Oleksak Michael Thomas Pam Tokar-Ickes Sophia Tuinstra Patty Valentine Douglas Wilkin Helena Williamson Janda Wolford Irma Yarnick Fran and Jerome Yetsko Karen Zaremberg Betty Zubek

In Memory of... Heidi Allison John J. Aloi Amanda and Elenor Amsbaugh JanVic Appel Angel Arlene Beverly Armagost John Ayres Josephine Banks Tyler Park Beachy James Beener Ellen Betcke Lorraine Bezy Wilfred “Will” (Pap Pap) Brandon, Jr. Jimmy Briggs Chryss Jane Buchman Mitzi Budney Fred Burtnett Sarah Jane Bush Shawn M. Carota Krista Chervchko Hannah Chuha Pauline Crist Jennifer Hege Demuth Kenneth Denny Deiro M. Desmond Cas Devey Spunkey Dovensky Aunt Barb Dorin Chloe A. Duppstadt Ruth and Fred Egler Justin Donald Ellis Terry Englehart Hyatt Walker Fleegle Ryan Fleming Forrest Gene Fletcher


William “Billy” E. Foust Earl and Maxine Fritz Jeffrey L. Fuge Gary Fulton Carlos Garcia Victoria “Vicky” Gibson Larry Gindlesperger Morton Glosser William L. Glosser Andy Gojmerac Helen Gordon Jessie Sutherland Gordon John Goettlicher Marge Graffius Mary Guaetta William John Harmon Mary Harrison Judy Heider Bernard Heinbaugh Judy Hinton Deborah Hoffman Edward Hordubay Ralph Hoskins Kai Paul Hrabovsky Louise Alfreda Davis Hrabovsky James “Jim” Janak Jeremiah AKA Digga Loretta Jones Edward “Ed” Kane Ryan James Kinley Ceclia Kline Brittany Kyle Athur Lantzy Coach Larry Layton Mary Launtz Corey Leech

Peggy Leithner Robert James Lewis Karen Lovrich Mina and Barney Lucas Dorothy and Robert Mack Donna MacMurdo Robert H. Martin Jim McCoy Rick McGill Margaret Rose McGrath Arthur McKivigan Fr. Patrick McKivigan Robert T. Meagher Claudia Mehall John G. Melleky Frederick K. Metzler Marjorie C. Metzler Karen Miller Walter and Ruby Montag Lillian Rebecca Mundy Shirley Nash Natalie Neff O’Shea and Paruch Families Bob “Lefty“ Peschock Walter Piatt Pocket Bacon Cody Purdy Gloria Madorma Quigley Christopher Paul Ream Laura Rellihan Debra J. Robertson Kiersten A. Robertson Olivia Red Mildred “Millie” Rizzo Rocky, Bella, Zoe, Bachelor, PJ, and Bridgett

Jim Rogers, President of Friends of the Parks, Indiana County Frank Roman Julie Sadler Chad Delier Scanlon John Wayne Schaller Robert K. Sell Eric Shaffer Tyler Shaffer HV Lion Shah Susan Shea Richard C. Slippy Richard F. Slippy Yvonne H. (Kasterko) Slippy Devin Smith Doug Spangler Wendy Hollern Spencer Agnes Stager Jose Steidel Alan Stept Bob Sweet Richie Thomas Harry B. Thompson Candace Tillman Paul E. Urbain Carol Vamos Marlene Vranich Clyde R. Wadsworth Vanessa Wiley George Wozniak’s Father Nancy Wright Alice Ann Yoder Catherine Zimmerman Those We’ve Lost from the Westmont Upper Yoder Class of 1947

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Community Foundation 2019 Annual Report  

Community Foundation 2019 Annual Report  


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