WMHS Foundation announces Ted A. Wolfe grant recipient

Karen Johnson, Western Maryland Health System Foundation chief development officer and executive director, presents a $10,000 check to Chandler Sagal, development and grants associate, and David Jones, vice president of advancement and community relations and executive director of the Allegany College of Maryland Foundation.

CUMBERLAND, Md. — The Western Maryland Health System Foundation recently awarded a Ted A. Wolfe Trust Grant of $10,000 to the Allegany College of Maryland Foundation.

The award will provide scholarships for ACM students who graduated from Allegany High School, Ted Wolfe’s alma mater.

The WMHS Foundation became the beneficiary of Wolfe’s estate after he died in 2005 and administers the trust according to his wishes, by supporting educational and medical services for needy individuals in Allegany County.

Wolfe Trust Grant funds were awarded via a competitive process to four local charitable programs for fiscal year 2019. The next round of funding will be announced in September 2019.