Community Grants

PGDF Community Grants

PGDF Community Grants fund organizations in the Mid-Atlantic region, in rural Colorado, and in New York City. Community Grants improve the lives of young people through education, medicine, and the arts, and support animal welfare.

2016 Community Grant Recipients:

Christ School* – PGDF renewed a named scholarship in honor of David T. Dodge

Telluride Foundation* – PGDF completed its two-year commitment to the Bright Futures for Early Childhood and Families program and the Tri-County Health Network

2015 Community Grant Recipients:

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital* – PGDF supported St. Jude’s efforts to help children with pediatric cancer

Telluride Foundation – PGDF made a two-year commitment to support the Bright Futures for Early Childhood and Families program and the Tri-County Health Network

Christ School* – PGDF renewed a named scholarship in honor of David T. Dodge

Washington Animal Rescue League* – PGDF was the presenting sponsor for WARL’s annual gala, celebrating 101 years of saving animals’ lives

*indicates renewed support

2014 Community Grant Recipients:

St. Jude Golf Invitational – PGDF was the presenting sponsor for The St. Jude Golf Invitational, which raised over $270,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Telluride Film Festival – PGDF sponsored the City Lights Project, a program in which underserved high school students are immersed in filmmaking for the duration of the world-class Telluride Film Festival

Christ School – PGDF created a named scholarship in honor of David T. Dodge

Washington Animal Rescue League Centennial Gala – PGDF was the presenting sponsor for WARL’s Centennial Gala, celebrating 100 years of saving animals’ lives

Achieve Kids Triathlon Summer Camps – PGDF contributed to Achieve’s annual campaign to connect at-risk young people with the many benefits that come from participation in endurance sports