Youth In Philanthropy

The Enhance Hamilton County Foundation’s Youth in Philanthropy program allows juniors and seniors from Hamilton County to experience philanthropy first hand by reviewing grants and awarding monies steered by their decisions to assist local nonprofit organizations.

A total of eight area students (four juniors and four seniors) participate in the Youth in Philanthropy program and represent both the South Hamilton and Webster City Community School Districts.

Student committee members will receive a $250 scholarship for each year they participate as a Youth in Philanthropy member for a maximum scholarship of $500 from the Enhance Hamilton County Foundation.

For more information on the Youth in Philanthropy program, contact Tiffany Larson, Committee Chair, at beeinspiredcappprogram@gmail.com or by calling 515.602.6371 x 4.

 

2018 Youth in Philanthropy members

South Hamilton Community Schools – Seniors: Anna Ervin and Joshua Harms; Juniors: Lily Skartvedt and Mason Alsager

South Hamilton participants discuss areas of need throughout Hamilton County.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Webster City Community Schools – Seniors: Antonio Calles and James Cherry; Juniors: Emma Bailey and Dawson Hjelmeland

Webster City participants review grants before deciding on how to allocate their monies.