Welcome to the Warren County Community Foundation
Attention: Very important Survey for Warren County Residents
Warren County is applying for a Next Level Communication grant and the county needs your help. This survey helps provide the evidence that we need additional Broadband in Warren County because not everyone has high speed internet. You are not obligated to buy anything and this is not a sales pitch. They are not asking for money, they are just gathering marketing research. Please fill out the entire survey. We are just gathering information for the grant proposal.
Important - survey must be completed at your Warren County residence. Completing at a work, library, or school location will misrepresent the internet speeds.
Taking the survey does NOT sign you up services.
Click HERE to take the survey
If it doesn't recognize your address, click HERE for an alternative survey
If you do not have internet capabilities to complete the survey: Call Mainstream Fiber by phone at 844-752-6736, press 2 customer service, then press 1 to speak to a service representative. Service hours: Mon-Fri , 8am – 6pm
The WCCF Board of Directors and Michele Stucky, Executive Director, wish to welcome you to our website, designed to be a user-friendly Warren County resource.
Since 1998, the Foundation has been engaged in its mission to unite friends of Warren County by serving donors, awarding grants, and providing leadership to create lasting legacies. The Foundation exists to help friends of Warren County find ways to fulfill their dreams of making our immediate world a better place today and tomorrow. Just as we enjoy the heritage created by those who came before us, each of us has the ability to create and build endowments that turn dreams into reality...
For Good. For Ever. For Warren County.
Watch the video to learn more!
The Warren County Youth Council created the WACY Fun Warren County Game Park in Williamsport next to the swimming pool. The group received a QuIP Grant from OCRA. Accuburn Inc. created an amazing sign and four custom benches for the park. Junior Libby Smith spearheaded the entire project! More than 200 hours went into the project.
For years, many generous donors in the community have helped to improve Warren County by providing funding for community grants that help to strengthen the mission of organizations and scholarships that allow students to continue their education.
Right now you have a chance to multiply your impact! Lilly Endowment GIFT VII is offering a 2:1 match for Community Grants. This means that a gift of $100 would be matched with $200 from Lilly GIFT VII for a total gift of $300!
"No one has ever become poor by giving." - Anne Frank