New funding opportunities are coming to the region that will support community development and early childhood education.
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On Sundays, Edward Kane and his family would sit in the living room, reading newspapers – The Tribune-Democrat, Pittsburgh Press and The New York Times – passing the different sections between each other for hours.
Girl Scout troops are now active in Johnstown’s Solomon, Oakhurst, Coopersdale and Prospect neighborhoods – part of what Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania officials are calling an “outreach” effort to bring the lessons and joys of Scouting to a more diverse group of young people.
The largest crowd in the 11-year history of Johnstown’s annual Charity Wine Auction – Bottles and Bourbon – packed the Pasquerilla Conference Center Friday evening.
As the director of a foundation formed to support difference-making endeavors across four counties, Mike Kane knows something about the concep…
For the past 11 years, Paula Eppley-Newman has led a local nonprofit on the front lines of the region’s battle to keep families strong even as addiction and other trappings often threaten to tear them apart.
Mike Kane, Bill McKinney, Susan Mann and Don Gardill periodically meet in what they call an informal collaborative philanthropy group.
Community Foundation for the Alleghenies is growing … and moving.