WCCF Gives
A Day of Giving — Sept. 13, 2016

Washington County’s Official Community-Wide Day of Giving

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Congratulations to the Clicks for Cash winners

Pet Search, the all-volunteer animal rescue and placement service based in Washington, won the $3,000 top prize in this year’s Clicks for Cash contest.

Pet Search recorded the most unique webpage views — 2,158 — during the contest, which ran from June 6-12. The nonprofit will receive its prize in the form of an unrestricted grant from WCCF’s Acorn Fund.

Additionally, unrestricted Acorn Fund grants of $500 each will go to the Pennsylvania State Animal Response Team “Washington County Animal Response Team”; the American Cancer Society; the Bentleyville Public Library; and the Olivia Scott Foundation. The four nonprofits were selected for the grants randomly via computer program after the contest ended.

Here is a complete report of page views by charity:
Clicks for Cash 2016 FINAL RESULTS


What is WCCF Gives?

During this one-day event, each donation you make to your favorite Washington County charities via www.wccfgives.org or by check will be increased by a percentage of a bonus pool estimated to be at least $100,000.

The minimum contribution is only $25, but donors are welcome to give as much and to as many charities as they would like during WCCF Gives.

To date, the Foundation has awarded more than $1,700,000 in grants to local charities through WCCF Gives.


Give by Check

Through WCCF Gives, donors have the option to make a contribution online or give by check.

WCCF Gives check contributions must be received at the Foundation office (1253 Route 519, P.O. Box 308, Eighty Four, PA 15330) by 8 p.m. on Gives day to be eligible for the bonus pool.

  • Checks may be hand-delivered or mailed in advance of the event.
  • Checks must be made payable to “WCCF.”
  • Check-writing donors can support multiple charities by submitting one check for the total amount along with an official WCCF Gives Check Contribution Form, which will be available on this site and at the WCCF office in July.