Jane Goldstein Endowment Fund Established

Dr. Henry Goldstein has established an endowment fund with the Greater Pike Community Foundation in honor of his late wife Jane Goldstein.

“Jane was a tremendous supporter of the Pike County Library System so I was moved to create this fund to benefit the library,” Dr. Goldstein asserted.

For years, Jane Goldstein gave her time and treasure in support of the Friends of the Pike County Library, at one point serving as its president. The “Friends” room in the new library building was dedicated in her honor and to this day, volunteers working there fondly remember Jane’s contributions.

Photo of GPCF representatives accepting a check as Dr. Henry Goldstein establishes an endowment fund in honor of his late wife Jane Goldstein.
L-R: Kirk Mackey, Chair PCPL Board; Jim Pedranti, Chair GPCF Board; Rose Chiocchi, PCPL Executive Director; Julie Goldstein and her son Joshua; and Dr. Henry Goldstein.

An initial check of $500 was presented to the library and the remaining amount of the endowment will be invested and annual withdrawals from the invested capital will be used to support ongoing operations.

Earlier this year, the Library received a $1,000 mini-grant from the Foundation’s Barbara J. Buchanan endowment fund.

The Greater Pike Community Foundation was established to provide a personal and permanent way to give back to the region we love and have worked so hard to nurture and maintain. The Foundation enables individuals, families and local businesses to maximize their charitable support through organized, targeted community philanthropy. For good, forever is the simple purpose of the Greater Pike Community Foundation.

For more information about the Greater Pike Community Foundation, please visit our website.

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