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SCF's office is closed. Staff working remotely. Learn about the Foundation's response to COVID-19 »

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Ralph L. Wilson Philanthropic Fund

Ralph L. Wilson Philanthropic Fund

  • EST. 1972

Ralph L. Wilson who died in 1979 was one of the nation’s foremost metallurgists. At the time of his retirement in 1964, he was Director of Metallurgy for The Timken Company. Ralph Wilson’s interest in art later materialized in his important collection of American contemporary art, much of which he donated to the Canton Museum of Art.

William K. and Lotte E. Wilson Philanthropic Fund

William K. and Lotte E. Wilson Philanthropic Fund

  • EST. 1988

William K. Wilson was Executive Director of Stark Community Foundation from 1980 to 1988. Bill was a retired Vice President of Diebold and was very active in civic affairs during his entire life. Upon his death in 1988, many contributors established this Community Charitable Fund Memorial Fund in his honor.

Wish, Cope and Life Foundation Fund

Wish, Cope and Life Foundation Fund

  • EST. 2001

Dr. William G. Wasson, who passed away in 2002, established this fund to be used for medical and health purposes in the greater Northeastern Ohio area.

Walter C. and Sandra E. Wojack Philanthropic Fund

Walter C. and Sandra E. Wojack Philanthropic Fund

  • EST. 1989
Joseph Wojcik Charitable Advised Fund

Joseph Wojcik Charitable Advised Fund

  • EST. 2007

This fund was established by Joseph Wojcik as a way to give back to the community he loves. Although the fund will support various charities, it will focus on helping children and less fortunate families in and around Stark County.

Women's Fund

Women's Fund

  • EST. 2006

The Women’s Fund is a permanent endowment to benefit current and future generations and increase vital funding for programs which advance the economic, educational, physical, emotional, social, artistic, and personal growth of women and children and to educate and inspire women to become leaders in philanthropy.

Douglas Haig and Phyllis Antoinette Worth Charitable Fund

Douglas Haig and Phyllis Antoinette Worth Charitable Fund

  • EST. 2002

The family of Doug and Phyllis Worth established this fund to honor their memory. Doug Worth created “a lasting legacy to Stark County during his tenure as Executive Director of the United Way from 1951 to 1980 and as the Secretary of the Timken Foundation from 1980 to 1986.” The fund will provide assistance to various programs to assist special needs children, run-away and abused children, capital funding projects and preservation of historic buildings in downtown Canton.

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Hammer & Nails

Hammer & Nails

Hammer & Nails puts their SummerTime Kids grant to use.

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