The Latah County Community Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of the citizens of Latah County, through the accumulation, management, and disbursement of charitable donations of programs or projects associated with education, human services, environment, health youth services, civic improvement, the arts and various other charitable interests.
Board of Directors
The Latah County Community Foundation was established by a group of Latah County leaders, with the goal of supporting a wide variety of important charitable activities in the Latah County area. The Foundation is a legally established non-profit corporation governed by a Board of Directors with members who are chosen for their diverse backgrounds and who seek to represent all of the communities and interests of Latah County and the various types of projects associated with the Foundation's mission.
The current Board of Directors consists of: Vickie Fadness of Genesee; Cliff Swanson of Troy; Cathy Blood of Potlatch; and Kathryn Bonzo, Lauretta Campbell, Kymberly Dahl, Britt Heisel, Mary Silvernale Shook, Mike Gaffney, Jay Pengilly, and Erica Wagner, all of Moscow.
The Foundation seeks to insure that funds donated to the Foundation are intended, first of all, to be used only for charitable purposes, that they would be productive of a reasonable return of income over a period of time that will help grow the Foundation's endowment, and that the Foundation is actively seeking additional contributions. The Foundation has chosen Wells Fargo Advisors as its' investment advisor.
How can you contribute?
The Foundation is not supported by tax dollars. The Board realizes that the success of growing the Latah County Community Foundation will depend upon the participation of many individuals in the process of strengthening the Foundation's resource base. Here are ways that you can make a significant difference:
• Cash Donations: Money gifts in any amount are welcome. If you wish, you may make a gift in honor of a relative or a friend.
• Life Insurance: Consult your insurance agent about a policy assigning the Foundation as all or part of the beneficiary.
• Legacy: Consider including the Foundation in your will.
• Charitable Trust: Consult your attorney about setting up a trust with the Foundation named as a beneficiary. You can continue to receive income from it as long as you live.
If your organization or group of individuals would like to know more about the Latah County Community Foundation, its origins, its current financial status, and how you can plan your giving to the Foundation in coordination with your charitable goals, the Foundation can arrange to have its financial advisor meet with your group to explain the various ways that you can contribute.
Your Donation Is Tax Deductible