Hardy County Community Impact Fund 2008 – Founded by the charter Board of Directors for the Hardy County Community Foundation, this fund helps to meet changing charitable needs in Hardy County.
William “Bill” Sloan and Family Community Giving Fund 2021 – Established by Maggie Sloan, Shawn Sloan, and Kelly Sloan Williams to honor their father, this fund provides grants to broadly support the well-being and vitality of Hardy County and its residents.
Agency Endowed Funds
Red Funkhouser Town Park Fund 2009 – Founded by the Wardensville Town Council in honor of Mr. Red Funkhouser, earnings from this agency fund helps support general operations and maintenance of the J. Allen Hawkins Community Park in Wardensville
Margaret Allen Fund 2009 – This fund supports the Hardy County Public Library. It was created by Mrs. Betty Baker, the 2009 Spirit of Hardy County. She named the fund in memory of her good friend Margaret Allen, who was instrumental in establishing the library.
Marcella Foltz and Don Biller Fund 2010 – Created by the 2010 Spirit of Hardy County, Stanley Foltz, this fund benefits the Mathias Civic Center while honoring the memories of Stanley’s wife and a good friend.
Baker Park Endowment Fund 2013 – Established by the 2013 Spirit of Hardy County honoree, Robert Branson, to provide general support for the Baker Park.
Dyer, Vance, and Harmon Wardensville Recreation Fund 2012 – Established by the 2012 Spirit of Hardy County, Les Barr, this fund provides general support to the Wardensville Community Center with a specific focus on the gym and adjoining ball field.
Eastern WV Community & Technical College Entrepreneurial and Economic Development Fund 2014 – Established in 2014 by Robert Tissue to support EWVCTC’s entrepreneurship and economic development programs.
John and Shobie Fisher Fund 2014 – Distributions from this fund are added to the Hardy County Community Endowment, increasing the capacity of this unrestricted fund to address pressing and changing community needs and opportunities.
Deanna Wilson and J Cavanagh STEM Fund 2017 – This fund provides grants primarily to support efforts geared towards increasing exposure to and interest in STEM subjects among students in grades 4 through 10 in Hardy County.
Baker Family Fund 2015 – This family-oriented fund awards grants to nonprofit organizations and charitable causes.
Hardy County Founding Fund 2009 – Established by Ruth Cook Heishman through a bequest, this fund supports educational programs in East Hardy county and general support for the Hardy County Community Foundation.
Heritage Fund 2015 – Established with a primary intent to support programs and activities that preserve Hardy County heritage.
Elizabeth “Betty” Pancake Williams Youth Development, Education and 4-H Fund 2021 – Created by Kelly and Sam Williams, this fund will benefit programs and organizations dedicated to promoting the education and general well-being of Hardy County youth.
Frances Frye and June Orndorff Fund 2008 – Created by Virginia Vance, the 2008 Spirit of Hardy County honoree, this fund memorializes two individuals who volunteered countless hours to build and maintain the J. Allen Hawkins Park in Wardensville. This field of interest fund supports public parks in the Town of Wardensville.
John R. and Agnes J. Mathias Fund 2021 – Established by Toni Mathias Harvey and Taylor Campbell Harvey, this field of interest fund honors Toni’s parents and their appreciation of the arts, and will support arts, culture, and music programs in Hardy County.
Renick Cunningham Williams Community & Business Development and Entrepreneurship Fund 2021 – Established by Kelly and Sam Williams, this fund will benefit programs and organizations dedicated to promoting economic and community growth and prosperity.
Glen and Charlotte Bradfield Scholarship 2020 – Established by Mark and Beverly Strickler, this scholarship benefits graduating seniors from East Hardy High School who plan to pursue a degree at a West Virginia college or university.
Bill and Stella Halterman Crane Vo-tech and Trades Scholarship 2021 – Graduating senior from Moorefield High School; demonstrated passion for the trades as evidenced by relevant courses completed or employment during high school; full-time attendance at an accredited trade school or technical college with plans to pursue a career in a vo-tech/trade field, including: automotive mechanic/technician, medical technician, electrical/electronics technician, HVAC technician, robotics technician, masonry, welding, or woodworking; US citizenship or legal permanent resident status. May be renewable.
East Hardy County Vo-Tech Training Scholarship Fund 2012 – Created with gifts from the community that were matched by the Hardy County Founding Fund, this scholarship supports graduates of East Hardy High School who want to pursue training in vocational and technical fields.
Shelton Gay Scholarship Fund 2019 – Established by the Wardensville Scholarship Fund, this scholarship benefits graduating seniors from East Hardy County, WV, intending to pursue a degree in engineering, physics, or mathematics.
Oscar H. Bean, Bill Clark, Clarence “Hink” Fisher, and Tom Hawse II Scholarship Fund 2011 – Established by the 2011 Spirit of Hardy County honoree George Hott, this fund provides scholarships for Hardy County High School graduates with financial need.
Phillip P. and Elda G. Painter Scholarship 2020 – Established through a bequest from Elda G. Painter, this scholarship benefits graduating seniors from East Hardy High School and Moorefield High School who demonstrate academic promise and have financial need.
John and Alvina Chalmers Pappas Memorial Fund 2011 – Winning contestant essayists from East Hardy Early Middle School receive a U.S. Savings bond through this fund created by Capon Valley Bank and the estate of John Pappas.
Wardensville Area Scholarship Fund 2019 – Established by the Wardensville Scholarship Fund, this scholarship benefits graduating seniors from East Hardy County, WV, intending to pursue a degree.
Kaylee Grace Whetzel Scholarship Fund 2010 – Established by Kaylee’s father and grandparents in her memory, this fund benefits graduating seniors intending to pursue a degree in a medical field at a West Virginia college or university.
Bob and Betty Wilson Family Scholarship Fund 2017 – This fund benefits students graduating from a high school in Hardy County who plan to pursue a degree in one of the STEM fields.