Laura B. Frick Charitable Trust
Contribution Policy & Guidelines For Charitable Trusts
PNC Bank, Trustee
PNC Bank, N.A. of Wayne and Holmes Counties, Ohio is primarily interested in supporting programs and activities that address critical community needs and provide direct and measurable benefits to significant numbers of residents. Special considerations will be given to programs designed to meet unfilfilled community needs.
To be eligible for support, local organizations and institutions must be operated for public purposes and qualify as not-for-profit and tax exempt under the regulations of the United State Internal Revenue Services (501(C)(3)).
Contributions normally are made to organizations toward scientific, educational, religious, and charitable purposes to benefit public welfare in Wayne and Holmes Counties, Ohio.
Contribution Request Procedures and Required Documentation:
1. Completed application. (required)
Download the application: Laura B. Frick Charitable Trust Application
2. Copy of tax-exempt status under section 501(C)(3) of the IRS code. (required)
3. Most recent annual report, audited financial statements and operating budget. (helpful, but not mandatory)
4. Estimated or itemized project costs to be attached as supporting detail. (required)
Organizations should forward their written request to the following address:
Stephen E. Kitchen, Senior Trust Advisor
PNC Wealth Management
112 W. Liberty Street
Wooster, OH 44691
Contribution Request Deadlines
Contribution Request deadlines are March 1 (by noon), for a decision by June 1; and September 1 (by noon), for a decision by December 1. Please note for Fall 2013 the deadline is September 3 (due to the Labor Day holiday).
Please contact Steve Kitchen or Arianna Liggett, at PNC, with any questions:
Phone: 330-202-3232 or email@example.com
Phone: 330-202-3231 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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