Westmoreland Children First

Major Donors

E.C. Cruisers Classic Car Club has been a significant donor to the Westmoreland County Children’s Bureau since 1994. The club has contributed over $129,000 to fund essential needs.

At its September 2022 event, the club raised over $8,000 for WCCB children.

Here, E.C. Cruisers Car Club board member Tom Steiner presents a check to WCF president Kitty Hricenak.


In February 2023, Old Republic Insurance Company donated $4,621 to Westmoreland Children First. Each year the company selects a non-profit that focuses on either children or veterans.

Meegan Ford donated $500 in memory of their daughter Rachel, who had previously made the company’s donations to Westmoreland Children First.

In December 2022, First Commonwealth Bank’s Youngwood branch, donated $750.00. Chelsey Salatino, Community Office Manager (center), presented the check to board member Kris Feliciani (left) as part of the bank’s community support.

In 2021, Overly Country Christmas donated $6,000 of unrestricted funds to WCF in honor of our work in the community for vulnerable children and families.

Westmoreland Professional Builders Association has been donating the proceeds of its annual charity golf outing to WCF. In 2022, the association donated $3,000 raised during the event.

In 2022, Camman Lighting donated $5,500 to Westmoreland Children First. 

The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County, which is part of The Pittsburgh Foundation, offers grant opportunities to non-profits in Westmoreland County. Through these grants, we have been able to supply beds and other needs for children under WCCB care.


Looking to make a meaningful donation to WCF? Please contribute to our Legacy Fund at the Community Foundation. Through this fund, you will be supporting our mission and helping us meet the greatest needs of the future. Your gift will be combined with those of other generous people to have the greatest impact possible.

Old Joe Club

WCF is a selected charity of Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program. Every year the foundation sends us $10,000.

Please participate in this program. Sign up for Rite Aid’s wellness+ rewards, designate WCF as your charity, then round up every purchase to the nearest dollar. This additional money goes directly to us

S&T donated $5,000 to our Workforce Initiative program to provide essential supplies for youth entering educational or training opportunities. 

Churchills Sports Lounge

Special thanks to individual donors

Scott and Pam Kroh

Carol Paynter

Greg and Barb Nichols

Tim Andrews, Esquire

Barry L.Bupp, DMD

Keith Gjebre, DMD

Dorothy Raizman

Holly Stone 

Jamie and Regis McHugh

Whitney Rusiewicz, Account Manager for Headspace Media in Latrobe, PA, presented a check for $500 to Don Graham, WCF Treasurer. The company created an adoption video and donated the money that the video raised to Westmoreland Children First.