2018 Grants

The foundation gifted $184,907 in Clark and Cowlitz counties in 2018 in line with their vision & mission statement. Price Foundation Executive Director Kay Dalke-Sheadel presented grant checks to these organizations:

Lelooska Foundation – $10,470

From left to right: Eric Reese, Wendy Johnson, Chief Tsungani Fearon Smith, Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director, Brad Richards, and Carol Edmo.

Used for improvement of grounds and buildings of the Lelooska Cultural Center.

North Clark Historical Museum – $6,087

Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director • Jim Malinowoski – President

Used for artifact preservation inside museum.

Camas-Washougal Historical Society
Two Rivers Heritage Museum – $7,500

Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director • Jim Cobb President

Used for Capital funds for building a small replica of Native American plank house.

Venersborg Historic Preservation Society – $11,000

Pictured left to right: Kathleen Lauman, Kathie Malone (VHPS treasurer), Emily Meek, Kay Dalke-Sheadel (executive director of the Price Foundation) Kathy Holtby (VHPS president), Beverly Schulte, Jacqueline Freeman, Judy Wendt and Susan Tripp. Sue Kvamme (VHPS secretary) is standing in front of the line.

Used to Repair roof on historic Venersborg school house.

City of Woodland – $900

Will Finn – Mayor • Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director • Tracey Coleman

Used to Purchase historical flag pole from old post office building.

Salmon Creek Lions Club – $6,750

David Page • Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director • Kay Hust

Used for vision screener to measure six conditions requiring referral to medical professional.

Battle Ground Adventist Community Services – $4,500

Maury Parrish with Adventist church board of directors • Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director

Used for help with establishing a community diaper services pantry, storage, and freight of diapers

Community Health Partners – $10,000

Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director • Sandy Malone

Used for low income medication.

Shriners Hospital for Children-Portland – $25,000

Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director

Used for patients of Clark and Cowlitz counties for orthopedics, spinal cord injuries, cleft lip and palate deformities.
A. Care support
B. Hospital beds (2)

Area Agency on Aging and Disabilities of Southwest Washington – $10,000

Executive Director David Kelly • Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director • COG Member Commissioner Richard Mahar.

Used to continue Senior Oral Health Program.

Friends of Hospice SW Washington – $5,250

Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director

Used for bedside care kits for dying individuals.

Cascadia Technical Academy Foundation – $20,000

Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director

Used to provide funds for at-risk students to attend a team building camp.

Lower Columbia College – $12,450

Rich Gushman – LCC Foundation Board Chair • Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director

Used for 3 scholarships to students who fall in between financial aid and private funding based upon specific criteria.

Clark College Foundation – $20,000

Cheree Nygard – Foundation Chair • Lisa Gibert – Foundation CEO • Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director • Eric Merrel – Vice Chair FDN

Used for needs based scholarships $15,000 and $5000 emergency grants.

The City of Kelso – $35,000

Kay Dalke-Sheadel – Executive Director • Nancy Malone – Mayor

Used for gift of a parcel of foundation land to be used in accordance with the Kelso School District in the city of Kelso.