GHCF announces 4th quarter grant winners

The Grays Harbor Community Foundation has announced that it has invested $89,210.00 into the community through their 4th quarter grants cycle.

The Foundation received applications spanning from Oakville to Ocean Shores.

Many of the applications received were from first time applicants with no prior history with the Foundation.

In addition to funding twelve organizations this quarter, the Foundation will also sponsor multiple trainings in 2017 for Grays Harbor nonprofits to attend at no cost.

These trainings will cover grant writing, nonprofit finance and how to strengthen your board.

All trainings will take place in Grays Harbor.

The organizations that were funded through their 4th quarter discretionary grants program include:


Aberdeen School District – AVID Elementary

Aberdeen Museum of History – Renovations and equipment replacements to the museum’s photo lab and document archives

Associated Arts of Ocean Shores – North Beach School District art supplies

CHOICE Regional Health District – Health insurance and financial literacy services

Grays Harbor College Foundation – Food for Thought

Grays Harbor Museum Consortium – Passport to Grays Harbor history

Grays Harbor Youth Works – Work base learning internship program

Hoquiam Food and Clothing Bank – 600 Holiday dinners

Oakville Regional Event Center – remodel to add restrooms and showers to clubhouse

Raindrop Cooperative Preschool – classroom updates

South Beach Arts Association – Ocosta Elementary school art enrichment

South Beach Christian Outreach – Emergency food vouchers

Executive Director, Eric Potts commented that “We are extremely pleased with the quality of applications the Foundation is receiving each quarter. With the pool of applicants continuing to rise, we are looking forward to our new grant structure in 2017. Our new approach will allow both nonprofits and our local educational systems the opportunity to prioritize their highest needs that will best serve the residents of Grays Harbor. We appreciate all the great work these organizations are doing on behalf of the residents of Grays Harbor and look forward to continuing to support that great work.”

You may find out more about their Community Grants Program by checking the foundation website gh-cf.org.

You may also contact the Foundation staff at 532-1600 or by e-mail at info@gh-cf.org. Their next grants deadline is February 1st, 2017 at 5:00PM.

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