Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers announces the Robert J. Sullivan grant awards

The Board of Directors of the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers has approved the 2020 Robert J. Sullivan grants, whose purpose is to support the residents of Bradford County. The awards total $8,000 to five non-profit organizations serving Bradford County, Pa.

Awarded grants were Wyalusing Valley Museum ($500) for improvements to the Museum’s technology, which will assist in creating local history videos in support of their education programs; the Endless Mountains Mission Center ($1,000) for assistance with utility cost; TACO Food Pantry ($4,250) to provide emergency food to those in need; Special Olympics ($1,000) for the support of providing quality sports, health, and social opportunities to the intellectually disabled population of Bradford County; the Bradford County Heritage Association ($1,250) for the support of educational programming, “Farm Days 1866”, for 4th grade public, private, and home schooled students. 

“The Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers and its Bradford County Advisory Board is committed to making an immediate impact by following the wishes of a former Bradford County resident Robert J. Sullivan,” said Suzanne Lee, president and COE of the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers. 

The Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers serves the counties of Bradford, Potter, Sullivan and Tioga Counties in Pennsylvania, and in Tioga County, N.Y. To learn more, visit www.twintierscf.org or call (570) 888-4759.  

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