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Bridge Builders Community Foundations Moves to New Office

FRANKLIN, PA – Bridge Builders Community Foundations, Inc. today announced its corporate relocation to new professional offices in a historic Victorian home on Elk Street near downtown Franklin.

“For nearly fifty years, Bridge Builders Community Foundations has served the residents of Clarion, Forest, and Venango counties through the distribution of scholarships and grants and the creation of charitable funds,” said Warren Thomas, board chair. “We’re honored to continue that work in a centrally located office space that is accessible, warm, and inviting.”

“Bridge Builders Community Foundations has grown steadily over the past decade,” said Trenton E. Moulin, who has served as president and CEO since 2011, “thanks to the generosity of the people in our region. While we’re excited to welcome anyone who’d like to visit to our new space, our staff and board remain steadfastly committed to spending our time out in the community, meeting with community members in the towns and counties where they live, all across Clarion, Forest, and Venango counties.”

Since its creation in 1975, Bridge Builders Community Foundations has distributed nearly $20 million in grants and scholarships to support nonprofits, community partners, and students across the region. That funding is made possible by generous individuals, families, and businesses from Clarion, Forest, and Venango counties who establish permanent endowments and other types of charitable funds to support the causes they care about, and to ensure they are remembered after they’re gone.

To schedule a visit to the new office space, learn more about ways to give, or to apply for a grant or scholarship, visit bbcf.org or call 814-677-8687.

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