Hugh and Janyce Mose Fund

Improving Lives in Centre County by Responding to Current Needs

Story of Fund

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Hugh and Janyce Mose moved to State College in 1995 and quickly made Happy Valley their home. In 2014, Hugh retired from his position as the General Manager of the Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA), but he’ll always be “the bus guy.” Since his retirement, he’s held leadership positions with a variety of community and transit industry organizations. Janyce retired in 2015, after a lengthy career as a Clinical Audiologist, and remains active in a number of human service agencies. For three decades Hugh and Janyce have shared their home with retired Greyhounds.

The Moses are dedicated supporters of Centre Foundation, actively participating in the Giving Circle and providing for the community’s future through the Campbell Legacy Society. In the community, they are passionate about numerous causes, including Rotary, Centre County United Way, Global Connections, Centre Crest Auxiliary, and others.  Their donor-advised fund will be used to make ongoing grant recommendations as they see varying needs arise in the community.

How Does it Help?

Expand your knowledge by always expanding your community.

The Hugh and Janyce Mose Fund supports organizations that the donor-advisors have an interest in funding. As a donor advised fund, the organizations may change each year, depending on where the donor-advisors see the greatest need. 

Fund Size
Building Phase
This fund is working
towards its target
size and is not
currently distributing