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This fund helps maintain the flags throughout the Wanamaker area
Mary Meier Franklin Township Family Assistance Fund
This a separate not-for-profit corporation operating under the supervision of the Franklin Township Civic League. The purpose of the Family Assistance Fund is to provide emergency assistance and temporary funds to Franklin Township residents who are in need or experiencing emergencies. This is done through the Annual Community Christmas Drive, an annual effort which involves volunteers and contributions from the Community and which has helped hundreds of families and children.
Willa Mae Wolfe Community Service Scholarship
Established in 1998 and renamed in 2009 in honor of Willa Mae Wolfe, The Informer’s first editor (volunteer) and long-time Civic League Board member. The scholarship is awarded each year to a Franklin Township resident who is a graduating high school senior to assist with the costs of continuing education. The primary qualifying requirement for the scholarship is significant volunteer participation in the community.
The Paul Bailey Community Heroes Award
Established in 2002 in recognition of the
extraordinary efforts of men and women from all walks of life on behalf of their fellow man in response to emergency and disaster situations. The award was named in honor of former Franklin Township Fire Chief Paul Bailey for his tireless and selfless efforts in emergency services during the
nation’s recovery from 9/11.
The Martha Bramlett Community Achievement Award
Established by the Civic League in 1994 in honor of founding board member Martha Bramlett. This award is given each year to a Franklin Township resident whose volunteer efforts have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to the quality of life in our community.
This award is presented annually and nominations for the award are solicited from the community.
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