Clearfield Charitable Foundation creates office
CLEARFIELD — As the Clearfield County Charitable Foundation approaches its 20th year of existence, the board of directors of the foundation has been looking at ways to stimulate growth and identify new projects for the foundation to become involved in.
To attain this goal, in early 2019, the board of directors began searching for an executive director to run the operations of the foundation and a central location for an office for the foundation.
Foundation Board Chairman Kevin McMillen announced the appointment of Mark B. McCracken to the position of executive director
and an office for the foundation will be opened in the former Sears building at the corner of Market and Third streets in Clearfield.
The Clearfield County Charitable Foundation
was formed Nov. 4, 2001, starting with one fund
valued at $10,000 and has now grown to 46 active funds totaling almost $7 million in value as of
Dec. 31, 2019.
Through scholarships and grants, the Clearfield County Charitable Foundation is working to enhance the quality of living in communities all over Clearfield County.
Since 2006, the CCCF grant program alone has awarded more than $102,900 to 74 different groups in Clearfield County.
Learn more about the Clearfield County Charitable Foundation by visiting www.clearfield