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GHCF awards $68,779 in Discretionary Grants in the 2nd Quarter

The Grays Harbor Community Foundation is pleased to be able to invest $68,779 into the community through its second quarter discretionary grants cycle. The Foundation has been a resource to Grays Harbor County non-profits by offering a quarterly discretionary grants cycle, and this quarter, the Foundation awarded nine grant awards for discretionary funding. “Offering an […]

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2014 Scholarships Announced

The Grays Harbor Community Foundation has announced tthe selection of the 2014 Scholarship winners. This year the Community Foundation received 387 applications and awarded 334 scholarships and renewals totaling over $535,000. All scholarship winners, their families, school principals, counselors, and donors are invited to an Awards Breakfast at the Simpson Plaza in Hoquiam, Wednesday, May […]

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Rhapsody Community Workshops

Recently, the Grays Harbor Community Foundation funded The Rhapsody Program, which is designed to increase awareness and appreciation of early American music, using classic songs as a lens for participants to explore shared musical heritage and history. The main objective is to encourage and stimulate informal music making as a free and easy form of […]

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GHCF takes a step forward in addressing Intergenerational Poverty

The Grays Harbor Community Foundation is pleased to announce that they have officially approved a contract for consulting and data-gathering services with Washington Nonprofits, a state-wide support and advocacy organization for the Nonprofit sector. They plan to take the first step in addressing intergenerational poverty through their shared work. The Grays Harbor Community Foundation was […]

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Technology in the Classroom

Technology makes a big difference in local schools article by KXRO Newsradio McCleary, Ocosta, Cosmopolis, Hoquiam, and Montesano were awarded grants totaling more than $130,000 in May of 2012. The Community Foundation said that the idea began in 2011 when their Grants Committee had seen a particularly high number of requests for technology grants. They […]

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