United Way of Washington County Receives $10,000 Jack Buncher Foundation Grant

The United Way of Washington County is honored to announce that it is the recipient of a $10,000 unsolicited, one-time Special Year grant from the Jack Buncher Foundation (JBF). 
The Jack Buncher Foundation recognizes the impact of COVID-19 on nonprofits across their program/service areas and geographic regions and the unanticipated stretching of their limits. To assist, the JBF Grants Committee has approved a one-time Special Year grants including a $10,000 grant to the United Way of Washington County.   
This grant will be used to support the United Way of Washington County’s Community Impact Fund that is currently supporting thirty-six local programs in the areas of education, financial stability, and health.  Many of our community members who are benefiting from these funded programs have been dramatically affected by the resulting domino effect of the pandemic.  Whether it is the supported the education program, “Supporting Employment” of Transitional Employment Consultants, the financial stability program, “Washington Family Shelter” of SPHS Connect, Inc.  or the health program, “Child Advocacy” of CASA for Kids, Inc., our Community Impact Fund is continuing to make a difference. 
United Way of Washington County’s Executive Director, P. Ann Hrabik, MBA, CFRE, expressed, “During these challenging times, our presence in our community is needed more than ever. We are grateful for the support of the Jack Buncher Foundation with this grant of $10,000.  Only with the support of organizations like JBF, our Workplace Giving Campaign partners and all of those who donate to sustain our mission, our impact is felt throughout our community.”
The Jack Buncher Foundation’s Giving primarily to encourage the pursuit of ideas and innovations that unlock the potential of individuals and communities, and that enrich people's lives. 
The mission of the United Way of Washington County is to unite people, resources, and organizations to improve lives in Washington County.  They envision a community where everyone achieves their human potential through education, financial stability, and healthy lives. The United Way of Washington County serves the Washington County community covering a 38-zip code area from Burgettstown to Marianna, from West Alexander to Bentleyville.  To support their mission, please visit its website at www.unitedwaywashco.org .    
The United Way of Washington County recognizes the commitment and support that the Jack Buncher Foundation gives to the nonprofit communities of Southwestern Pennsylvania especially during these challenging times during the COVID-19 Pandemic.