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TOP LEFT: CBF Executive Director Donn Cook (left) presenting a $2,000 grant from the CBF Women & Childrens' and Ferne Daniel (youth) Funds to Ciara Shuttleworth, Executive Director of the Columbia Basin Allied Arts. Ciara plans to use the grant money to assist with the costs of a children's play this year.  TOP RIGHT: CBF Executive Director Donn Cook (right) presenting a $2,000 Admin Community Grant to Janice Flynn, President of the Quincy Valley Allied Arts.  The grant will be used to assist with the costs of the organization's annual plays.  Columbia Basin Foundation is proud to partner with these great organizations who are building a love of the arts in our communities. Both grants are great examples of YOUR community foundation at work in your communities!!

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CBF Executive Director Donn Cook (left) presenting a $2,000 Admin Community Grant to Quincy High School Band Director, Cris Sherman. This award was made possible due to a grant application submitted by Janice Flynn, a Quincy Booster Club board member (pictured in photo to the right). Also pictured in the photo to the right is Quincy High School Principal Dave Talley and several members of the Quincy High School Band Program. Columbia Basin Foundation is proud to help these students with the costs of attending a festival to further their learning and skills. This is YOUR community foundation at work in your community, Quincy!

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Columbia Basin Foundation recently awarded a $2,500 CBF Alvar & Louise Swanson Grant to the Moses Lake Rattlers Fastpitch Association. The grant money will be used to purchase a fastpitch softball pitching machine to help the young women practice their swings. Columbia Basin Foundation is proud to partner with organizations like the Fastpitch Association that do so much for our local young women. CONGRATULATIONS!!

 

The 2017 SCHOLARSHIP Season will begin January 1 - February 28, 2017.  Applications will be accepted during those dates. Please be sure your applications are received in the CBF office by the deadline NOT POSTMARKED by that date.                

                                           

 The 2017 GRANT Season will begin January 1 - March 31, 2017. Applications will be accepted during those dates. Please be sure your applications are received in the CBF office by the deadline NOT POSTMARKED by that date.                 

For information on the types of funds you can create please visit the information pages on this website. You may also contact Executive Director Donn Cook via email at: dcook@columbiabasinfoundation.org or you may call her at: (509) 754-4596.

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