Youth in Philanthropy Program Grants Available – Apply Now!
Warrior Run Youth in Philanthropy
The Warrior Run High School chapter of Youth in Philanthropy is a group of student leaders that seek to improve our community by promoting the art of giving, by partnering with local service organizations, and by granting money to people and programs that aim to help our community’s youth.
Warrior Run High Schools' Youth In Philanthropy has recognized that our students are struggling with mental health, substance abuse issues, and a lack of community activities. We have been allotted $3,500 from our Warrior Run Education Foundation, to grant between any to 501(c3) organizations or independent organizations that meet our student's needs.
If your group or organization supports youth in our community and/or addresses any of these important issues, you are encouraged to apply. Because the Youth in Philanthropy program is funded by the Warrior Run Education Foundation, all grant requests must support services provided to youth residing in the Warrior Run School District service area.
Thank you for all you do to support the Warrior Run community. We look forward to hearing from you!
Warrior Run Youth in Philanthropy’s funding priority areas are:
- Mental Health
- Substance Abuse
- Community Activities
There are 13 school districts participating in Youth in Philanthropy this year. To view complete information and start the application process, visit the Youth in Philanthropy page of the Community Giving Foundation website: https://csgiving.org/2023/02/
- Turbotville Elementary School
- Warrior Run Middle School
- Warrior Run School District