The board, staff, and volunteers at the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation thank everyone who came out on March 23 to our record-breaking Applebee’s Flapjack Breakfast Fundraiser! We successfully raised over $2,400 to support our Service Learning Mini-Grant Program. Grants awarded from this program support middle and high school teachers in all northern Chautauqua County school districts by encouraging them to promote community service in the classroom.
The Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation (NCCF) is personally inviting you to submit a nomination for the 2019 George B. Weaver Jr. Footprints Award. As a resident of northern Chautauqua County, you see the good that happens in this area. Please look around your community and nominate the individual or couple whose philanthropy is worthy of recognition – someone who has left those footprints that we should all strive to follow. It is not a requirement that nominees have an affiliation with the NCCF.
The Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation (NCCF) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the election results from the 31st Annual Meeting on June 19, 2017.
James Holton, Gina Paradis, Peter Ryan, and David Travis were welcomed back to the Board of Directors for their second and final 5-year term. Newly elected to serve a first 5-year term on the Board were Sylvester Cleary, Alex Moss, James Rawcliffe, and Katherine Tampio.
Adam Bratton, Mary Beth Chess. Nancy Eberz, and Gileen French were re-elected to Voting Membership for their third and final 3-year term. John Ames, Michael Bobseine, Magdelana Dye, John Hamels, Virginia Horvath, Debra Pacos, Kate Piazza, and John Warren will continue to serve a second 3-year term as Voting Members. Newly elected for their first 3-year term to Voting Membership are Chris Anson, Pam Burmaster, Kitty Crow, Sandy George, Lori Lehnan, Jennifer Michalek, Mark Odell, Warren Riles, Joel Seacrest, and Richard Wade.
Members of the Board of Directors, Voting Membership and the many committee members are volunteers who hold a central role in helping NCCF achieve its mission.
To learn more about the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation, call 716-366-4892, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.nccfoundation.org.
The NCCF, incorporated in 1986, is a tax-exempt charitable organization. Since its establishment, the NCCF has distributed more than $12.9 million in the community through its various grant programs. It is an organization inherently committed to enriching the northern Chautauqua community and encouraging local philanthropy. For more information on the NCCF, visit www.nccfoundation.org or call 716-366-4892.