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Waterville Valley Foundation: Ongoing Projects

Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports -- The Foundation provides scholarships for those with disabilities to enjoy all the recreational opportunities available in Waterville Valley. In 2011, WVF purchased seven new outriggers for the program.
The Rey Center -- The Margaret and H.A. Rey Center honors the legacy of Margaret and Hans Rey, authors of "Curious George", "Whiteblack the Penguin", "The Stars: A New Way to See Them", among other books. The Reys summered in Waterville Valley, and their home is now the Curious George Cottage. The Waterville Valley Foundation has provided funding support for the Rey Center's annual Curious George Family Weekend for the past several years.

Waterville Valley Athletic Improvement Association (WVAIA) -- WVAIA has maintained a high level of consistency in trail maintenance operations for over 100 years. In the summer of 2011, Tropical Storm Irene severely damaged trails in the Waterville Valley region, and the WVF anticipates that the AIA will need considerable support in the coming year. Please consider a donation earmarked for the AIA, or contacting the AIA directly with your support.

Pemi-Baker Home Health and Hospice -- In the summer of 2011, the WVF made a donation to Pemi-Baker Home Health and Hospice in honor of Waterville Valley icons Donald Jasinski and Mike Morin. Both men received invaluable support from Pemi-Baker in their final days. The WVF gladly made a donation in their honor.

Shakespeare in the Valley -- Shakespeare in the Valley has been brings professional theatrical productions of the Bard's classics to its popular "Theatre Under the Stars" stage each summer. The Waterville Valley Foundation sponsors the free "Sugarcoated Shakespeare" productions which are enjoyed by hundreds of families in Town Square on summer weekend mornings.

If you would like the Waterville Valley Foundation to consider a donation to your organization, please fill out our Grant Request Form, or contact a Waterville Valley Foundation officer. The scope of our grants is limited to the Waterville Valley Region of New Hampshire, and we strongly prefer to support organizations that make a material local impact. If you feel that your cause lends distinction to life in Waterville Valley, please contact us.



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