Wilderness Trace Community Foundation



The Wilderness Trace Community Foundation is dedicated to enriching the quality of life for all citizens in the counties of Boyle, Mercer, Garrard and Lincoln counties. The Foundation serves the charitable interests of donors who have established charitable funds as part of a permanent, collective, philanthropic resource for the current and future needs of the region.

The Wilderness Trace Community Foundation is an affiliate foundation of the Community Foundation of Louisville, a tax-exempt public charity that administers charitable funds created by individuals, businesses and organizations for the betterment of their communities.

Recent News from Wilderness Trace Community Foundation


Danville — A Tree City Boyle County Arbor Day to celebrate importance of trees in our city
Foundation: Wilderness Trace Community Foundation

... through Wilderness Trace Community Foundation, which serves Boyle, Mercer, Garrard and Lincoln counties, and The Garden Club of...more

Richard Brown grants awarded by community foundation
Foundation: Community Foundation of Louisville, Wilderness Trace Community Foundation

Donors may choose to provide an unrestricted gift to WTCF or restricted grants to any IRS-approved 501(c) (3) public charity in the US through a fund in the ... See all stories on this...more

Richard Brown grants awarded by community foundation
Foundation: Community Foundation of Louisville, Wilderness Trace Community Foundation

The Wilderness Trace Community Foundation, an affiliate of The Community Foundation of Louisville, began in 2002 as the result of a study commissioned by ... See all stories on this...more

Wilderness Trace names officers
Foundation: Wilderness Trace Community Foundation

The Wilderness Trace Community Foundation Board of Directors has named officers to serve through December. Jeff Moss, Garrard County Attorney since 1999, ... See all stories on this...more

Endowment from local author helps community organizations: AMNews.com
Foundation: Wilderness Trace Community Foundation

Like the endowment left to a local community foundation by a Danville author who passed away in 2007. Richard Brown, author of the book, “The History of ... See all stories on this...more





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