Seward Community Foundation delivers mid-year news
Seward Community Foundation
Elena (left) and Peggy Hamner accept a check from Kerry Martin for the Seward Tsunami Swim Club.
Nonprofits in Seward and Moose Pass benefited from nearly $30,000 in grants this year given by the Seward Community Foundation. The foundation’s recently newsletter describes how donations from generous residents and supporters are paying off in local projects.
Highlights of the newsletter are:
• A list of 12 major grantees and funded projects for 2012, with grants ranging from $681 for the Bear Creek Fire Department to $5,000 for the Boys and Girls Club;
• An opportunity for contributions to get doubled by matching funds from the Rasmuson Foundation;
• News about SCF mini-grants, now available at higher dollar amounts.
The foundation’s newletter is online at tinyurl.com/c7ymf9v.
The Seward Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Alaska Community Foundation, has a mission of promoting philanthropy through the support and growth of a permanent endowment to assist local needs and enhance the quality of life in the Seward and Moose Pass area.