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Montrose Lions Club Grant Available

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The Montrose Lions Club Community Fund, administered by The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains, a division of Commonwealth Charitable Management, announces the grant for 2019 is now available. This permanent endowment will assist the Montrose Lions Club in supporting various charities, non-profit organizations, and community projects throughout Susquehanna County. The grant can also support local government agencies, municipalities, and the public schools provided that the proposed project fits the endowment’s criteria of benefiting the community at large. A total of $1,700 is available for accepted projects. The grant application is available for download here and can be completed and returned to the Community Foundation between September 1st and September 30th. Funding decisions will be announced in October. Questions about the grant can be directed to Lions Club member Chris Caterson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Montrose Lions Club MASD Grant Available

The Montrose Lions Club Montrose Area School District Fund, administered by The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains, a division of Commonwealth Charitable Management, announces the grant for 2019-2020 academic year is now available. This permanent endowment will assist the Montrose Lions Club in supporting various athletic, departmental, or extra-curricular activities in the Montrose Area School District. A total of $750 is available for accepted projects. The grant application is available for download here and can be completed and returned to the Community Foundation between September 1st and September 30th. Funding decisions will be announced in October. Questions about the grant can be directed to Lions Club member Chris Caterson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Endowment Formed for Susquehanna Community Inspiration Lab

Susq CSD school logoThe Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains, a division of Commonwealth Charitable Management headquartered in Montrose, is pleased to announce the recent formation of a new charitable endowment to help support the proposed Inspiration Lab in the Susquehanna Community High School. According to High School Principal, Brent Soden, the Inspiration Lab will be learning space for students and community members to hone their technology skills in a creative and supportive environment. “The Susquehanna Community School District provides an exceptional education to students and we are excited to expand our offerings to motivate students and allow them to pursue their creative passions” stated Soden. The Inspiration Lab has the goal of providing students with access to virtual reality field trips, a video editing studio, and devices to enhance computer coding skill acquisition. The new Susquehanna Community Inspiration Lab Fund is a component of the Susquehanna Community School District Foundation managed by The Community Foundation and is intended to help provide financial support to maintain and grow the lab. Donations to the fund are always welcome to ensure Susquehanna Community students will always have first-rate equipment and materials. Donations to the Susquehanna Community Inspiration Lab Fund can be sent to the Community Foundation at 270 Lake Avenue, Montrose, PA 18801 or made online at www.community-foundation.org.

Community Foundation Congratulates 2019 Graduates

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The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains extends congratulations to the High School graduates who will receive tuition assistance from 117 college scholarship awards that have been granted by The Community Foundation this spring. More than $128,000 will be provided to graduates from eleven High Schools or Career and Technology Schools in Lackawanna, Susquehanna, Wayne, and Wyoming Counties. Furthermore, The Community Foundation’s participation in the Pennsylvania PATH program will allow students who matriculate at Pennsylvania colleges to be nominated for potential matching funding. The Community Foundation thanks the donors who have established these permanent scholarships and wishes good luck to all the scholarship recipients on the next phase of their education.

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