Knights Care Fund receives grant from Women’s Service League of NCW

July 8, 2019

Media Contact:
Rachel Evey, foundation executive director, 509-682-6415
Libby Siebens, community relations executive director, 509-682-6436 (Mon.-Thurs.)

Gorup photo of Women's Service League of North Central Washington and Weantchee Valley College employees.The Wenatchee Valley College Foundation Knights Care Fund received a $5,000 grant from the Women’s Service League of North Central Washington.

The Knights Care Fund helps students facing financial crisis. Funds can go toward tuition, books, rent, food or other cost-of-living expenses. Each year, 55 to 60 percent of the students served by the Knights Care Fund are women, ranging in age from teenagers to those in their 50s.

On average, the Knights Care Fund provides $10,000 to $15,000 of support to WVC students each year. However, the Knights Care Fund does not have a consistent, permanent funding source, said WVC Foundation Executive Director Rachel Evey.

“We are grateful for the generous support from the Women’s Service League of NCW,” Evey said. “With the grant funding, WVC students will continue to receive support when they need it most.”

To make your own contribution to the Knights Care Fund and support students in need, visit


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