Charities

The following is a list of charities that the Chuck Foley Memorial Foundation has been able to make donations; all due to the generous contributions of our supporters.

Camp CanaanCamp Canaan in North Carolina is a camp dedicated to creating a community environment that helps others discover their purpose, find hope and grow in their relationship with Christ through summer and afterschool camp programs, retreats and adventure trips. The Ropes Course, made possible by The Chuck Foley Memorial Foundation, has a certified tree course which includes a 35-foot Giant Swing, Leap of Faith element and a 320-foot Zipline.
Angel's PlaceAngel's Place is a total family deveopment program for student parents and their children.
Mel Blount Youth HomeThe Mel Blount Youth Home is a 290 acre ranch in Washington County, PA — a caring family structure with animal therapy in a rural environment for adolescent males at risk.
The Missy ProjectThe Missy Project started after the sudden death of 12-year-old Missy Magel, of a brain aneurysm. The foundation's goal is to raise awareness of brain aneurysm disease in children and young adults through education, outreach and early detection.
The Mario Lemieux FoundationThe Mario Lemieux Foundation supports cancer and neonatal research. Recent contributions include 5 million dollars to UPMC Health System to establish the Mario Lemieux Center for Patient Care and Research.
Avon Breat Cancer WalkThe Avon Breast Cancer Walk is in support of Lauren Kelly, for breast cancer research.
Joshua House FoundationThe Joshua House Foundation is named for Joshua, a little boy who was born on May 5th, 1999 and died unexpectedly on July 14th, 2000. The goal is to build an interdenominational Christian Retreat House in Joshua's name.
The Andy Russell Golf OutingThe Andy Russell Golf Outing year "2000" event benefited the Walter L. Bent Fund for prostate and uruological cancers at UPMC Health System.
The Bartko FoundationThe Bartko Foundation undertakes such acts, as it deems necessary, to assist single minority mothers in their efforts to achieve economic, educational, social, emotional and physical well being within the tri-state area.
Big Brothers Big SistersBig Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest, largest and most effective youth mentoring organization in the United States. We have been the leader in one-to-one youth service for more than a century, developing positive relationships that have a direct impact on the lives of young people.
Mother's HopeThe Mother's Hope Foundation strives to support the needs of children, both at home and abroad.
Christian Solidarity InternationalChristian Solidarity International is a Christian human rights organization for religious liberty helping victims of religious repression, victimized children and victims of disaster.
Chuck Foley Memorial Hockey ScholarshipThe Chuck Foley Memorial Hockey Scholarship is awared yearly to the Chartiers Valley High School senior hockey player who exemplifies outstanding leadership, teamwork and character.
The United WayThe United Way is a global network of nonprofit organizations operating in 45 countries. Our United Way contribution number is #220803.