What is the Clallam Community Foundation?
The Clallam Community Foundation is a way for people to leave a permanent legacy for health and human care needs in Clallam County. The Foundation is a permanent endowment fund with only the earnings distributed. The Foundation helps to strengthen local non-profit agencies and helps people give to our community. United Way of Clallam County is licensed with the Washington Insurance Commission to offer Charitable Gift Annuities. Donors can arrange for a regular income from an annuity and leave the balance to a charity of their choice.
for distributions from the fund. The Clallam County Foundation helps identify missions and verify the charitable status of the organizations you may want to support.
These are the Foundation named funds:
- The James E. Whatton Family Fund
- The Mac Ruddell Community Fund
- The McCool Family Fund
- The Bright-Haygood Copsey Fund
- The Hull Family Fund
- The Carol Munro Fund
- The Fish Family Fund
- The Mac & Phyllis Munro Scholarship Fund
- The Orville Ninke Fund
- Clallam County Literacy Council
- North Olympic Library Foundation
- Olympic Peninsula YMCA
- Peninsual Behavioral Health
- Port Angeles Food Bank
- Peninsula Trails Coalition
That money was placed in CDs with earnings used to buy equipment for the United Way office.
The first operating guidelines for the Foundation were established in 1994.
In 1997, with our first Named Fund - The James E. Whatton Family Fund - the Fund became a Community Foundation.
For more information on the Clallam Community Foundation contact the United Way at (360)457-3011.
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