Annual day of giving in Westmoreland County is Oct. 3
The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County will conduct the Day of Giving 2013 beginning 12 a.m. to 11:59:59 p.m. Oct. 3.
All donations during that 24-hour period to nonprofit organizations in the county participating in Westmoreland Gives will receive a portion of an approximately $100,000 match pool from the foundation.
Only MasterCard or Visa credit card donations received through www.westmoreland.pittsburghgives.org or www.pittsburghgives.org during this time will be matched for this event. No donations via check, cash or stock will be accepted.
Donations are 100 percent tax deductible and the minimum gift per organization is $25.
Including in the listing are the following local nonprofit organizations: Bethlen Communities, Chestnut Ridge Historical Society, Fort Ligonier Association, Ligonier Camp and Conference Center, Ligonier Valley Fire Companies, Ligonier Valley Historical Society, Ligonier Valley Learning Center, Ligonier Valley Library Association, Ligonier Valley Writers, Loyalhanna Watershed Association, New Florence Community Library, Powdermill Nature Reserve and Valley School of Ligonier.
To find out more information about these organizations and other Westmoreland County nonprofit participants, go to westmorelandgives.org.
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