Hood River Middle School Musical A Children's Enrichment Fund grant helped pay for the school uniforms shown here in this highly successful musical written by Mark Steighner.
Friends of Rowena Wildlife Clinic Fund The Rowena Wildlife Clinic provides veterinary care for injured wildlife and homeless pets.
St. Francis House Group Hike A grant from the Alpinees Hood River Civil Air Patrol Outdoor Education Fund provided a series of outdoor excursions to St. Francis House of Odell youth.
This plaque commemorating 1942's "Deportation Day" was provided by a grant to the Hood River County History Museum from the Gorham Babson Family Fund.
Snake River Raft Trip An outdoor education grant provided a challenging excursion for students at the Center for Alternative Learning.
Columbia High School Mariachi Band This highly popular band received a Joan Burchell grant to purchase new instruments.
Susan and Jurgen Hess Family Environmental Fund "We wanted to set up a fund that would provide grants to people and organizations working on Gorge environmental issues. We hope it will someday fund projects on air quality, wildlife, water quality, fish, native plants, land use and perhaps some whose vision will broaden ours."
Cody Family Fund "Our involvement with the Community Foundation began when we asked for their assistance with the Ruth Jackson Cody (our sister-in-law) trust to provide school children with warm coats and shoes during cold winters. Our own Cody Family Fund continues that tradition and gives us a means of helping our neighbors, thus returning some of the good this community has given us."
The Gorge Community Foundation provides donors with simple, flexible and effective ways of making a difference in our home communities throughout the Columbia River Gorge. We believe that charity begins at home.
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