Edwardsville, IL. 4/3/2019 - The Edwardsville Community Foundation is pleased to announce the Karen Bardelmeier Albrecht Medical Technology Scholarship Fund. Awarded annually, this new scholarship is intended for a graduating high school senior from Edwardsville High School, Father McGivney Catholic High School or Metro East Lutheran High School who lives in the District #7 boundaries.
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Edwardsville - February 27, 2014
A local fund is allowing students with special needs to have the chance to learn tennis for free, thanks to a few dedicated individuals and the facilitation of the Edwardsville Community Foundation (ECF).
This new community support fund, called Mitch & Friends, was established by Edwardsville High School tennis coach Dave Lipe and Kevin McGinnis, the father of the fund’s namesake, Mitch.
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EDWARDSVILLE, Ill., December 10, 2015 – Edwardsville Community Foundation (ECF) held the First Annual Legacy Awards on December 3, 2015. The Legacy Awards event honored those who have impacted the Edwardsville Glen Carbon community through extraordinary contributions in giving and philanthropy.
EDWARDSVILLE, IL – The Edwardsville Community Foundation (ECF) just completed a new six-week Community Sharing Program designed to raise donations for three local nonprofits and the special projects they are working to complete. READ MORE HERE
EDWARDSVILLE, IL – The Board of Directors of the Edwardsville Community Foundation (ECF) announced two recent grants that have been given to Edwardsville area organizations. These grants help fund initiatives that are aimed at improving the quality of life for District 7 residents – young and old. READ MORE HERE
EDWARDSVILLE – The Edwardsville Community Foundation (ECF) was pleased to present three local nonprofits with donations this week, thanks to the Crawl for a Cause Fundraising Event. Main Street Community Center, Partners for Pets and Got Your Six, all received donations, totaling $5,800. READ MORE HERE
EDWARDSVILLE – The Edwardsville Community Foundation (ECF) is pleased to announce that Walt Williams has recently been appointed as the Foundation’s newest board member.
The Board of Directors of the Edwardsville Community Foundation (ECF) has appointed Pam Farrar as the organization’s new Executive Director. Her primary role will be accelerating the Foundation’s growth, increasing its impact on community projects, and improving the quality of life for the residents of District 7 schools. READ MORE HERE
EDWARDSVILLE — Despite the chilly temperatures and a crisp wind, the Edwardsville Community Foundation (ECF) made an outdoor check presentation to Main Street Community Center on Thursday.
EDWARDSVILLE — The Edwardsville Community Foundation and the newly formed Edwardsville Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO) Program are teaming up to give high school seniors firsthand business experience from local business owners.
EDWARDSVILLE — The Edwardsville Community Foundation is hoping to give a little fuel to a local nonprofit organization that’s committed to bringing healthy produce to people who might not otherwise have access to it.
EDWARDSVILLE, IL – The Board of Directors of the Edwardsville Community Foundation (ECF) announced today that it has appointed Patty Navin as the organization’s first Executive Director. The ECF has created this position and hired Navin with the intention of accelerating growth, increasing its impact on the community, and improving the quality of life for the many residents it serves.
The Legacy Awards presented during the evening included the Philanthropic Business of the Year and Philanthropist of the Year. In addition, three local nonprofits were honored for their extraordinary work in the Edwardsville Glen Carbon community.
The event took place in the Leclaire Room on the N.O. Nelson Campus of Lewis and Clark Community College in Edwardsville, Illinois. The evening included an elegant sit-down dinner, cocktails, award presentations and live musical tributes. The honorary emcee for the evening was KMOX Radio personality Charlie Brennan.
EDWARDSVILLE – It’s not every day that Edwardsville Community Foundation Board members get to drive a robot when they present a donation.