Pasadena Community Foundation Funds

Ella C. Price Endowment for Disabled Children

Ella Price died in 1941, but more than 80 years later, her commitment to children’s health and wellbeing lives on as a Pasadena Community Foundation Endowment Builder Fund.

When Ms. Price created her estate plan in the 1920s, she directed that one-third of her estate be used “for help, assistance, and betterment of crippled children in the City of Pasadena.” Following her death, a bank managed her trust for several decades. In 1997, the bank transferred the funds to PCF, which created the Ella C. Price Endowment for Disabled Children to honor the intentions outlined in Ms. Price’s will.

The permanent fund is now one of 20 Endowment Builder funds that specifically support PCF’s grantmaking in human services.

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