Welcome to the Wayne County Community Foundation
The Wayne County Community Foundation (WCCF) is a tax-exempt public charity in Wayne County, Ohio, that consists of a collection of over 340 separate funds that were generously donated to benefit the community. Since 1978, the WCCF has managed and invested these endowments with awards of over $53 million in grants and scholarships to non-profit arts, civic, cultural, educational, environmental, faith-based, health, and human service organizations.
Each fund has a separate agreement, its own donors, its own philanthropic goals, and awards grants or scholarships only to other charitable groups… 501(C)(3) organizations, schools, governments, churches.
Individuals, families, businesses, and organizations can realize their charitable dreams by creating endowment funds to help meet the challenges of our ever-changing times or by making a tax-deductible donation, of any amount, to support any of the current funds at the WCCF. If you would like to discuss the many ways of giving, please contact us at 330-262-3877 or email us.
Our office is located in Wooster on North Market Street across from City Hall. We are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thank you for your interest and support of the Wayne County Community Foundation.
Wayne County Community Memorial Fund
Giving a gift in honor or memory of a loved one to the Wayne County Community Foundation is one of the most meaningful ways to celebrate a life.
WCCF established the Wayne County Community Memorial Fund to give anyone the opportunity to honor or memorialize a loved one, a colleague, a client or a friend with a gift that will make a difference in our community.
See the Wayne County Community Memorial Fund Brochure for more information.
To make an online tax-deductible memorial donation to this fund, see the Wayne County Community Memorial Fund.
George T. Dunlap Foundation Grant Application
The George T. Dunlap Foundation is currently accepting grant proposal applications. Grants must support health education and wellness programs within the Aultman Orrville Hospital service area as defined in this map. The application deadline is April 1 (by noon) for a decision by June 1. See the George T. Dunlap Foundation Grant Application for more information. For additional questions, contact the George T. Dunlap Foundation at (330) 682-4651. Submit completed applications to: George T. Dunlap Foundation, 815 North Ella Street, Orrville, OH 44667
Carlos "Cork" Appleman established the Carlos Appleman Scholarship Fund through a bequest to recognize the care that he received by Registered Nurses (RNís), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNís) and Nursing Aides (STNAís) and to encourage these caring professionals to continue their healthcare education.