The foundation gifted $174,700 in Clark and Cowlitz counties in 2017 in line with their vision & mission statement. Price Foundation Executive Director Kay Dalke-Sheadel presented grant checks to these organizations:
Clark College Foundation – $15,000
Provide scholarships to Clark College Students.
Workforce Southwest Washington – $20,000
For a mural project in South Kelso, WA to foster team building skills, community improvement and engagement skills through development of the Project.
Clark County Skill Center FDN – $9,000
$1,000 Scholarships to 3 Top students in Tech Programs.
$1,000 scholarships to 6 distinguished graduates (2 per program).
Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of SW Washington – $50,000
$10,000 for Senior Oral Health Program.
$40,000 for Transitional Care for Seniors from Hospital to Home.
Shriner’s Hospital for Children – Portland – $10,000
To be used for children in Clark and Cowlitz county who suffer from serious orthopedic conditions, Spinal cord injuries, Cleft lip and palate deformities.
North Clark Historical Museum – $19,700
To be used for painting and other maintenance to 1910 Museum (Old United Brethren Church).
The Historic Trust – $25,000
$15,000 to design, build out and curate traveling heritage trunks to public schools.
$10, 000 Connect local students with historical sites.
Free Clinic of SW Washington – $6,000
To help provide medication to needy patients.
WSU Vancouver – $15,000
Scholarships to nursing students looking to advance education to bachelor science nursing.
Columbia Springs – $5,000
For trail building and maintenance of the 1938 WPA Buildings used by Columbia Springs.