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Central Washington Development becomes first member to join Bridge to Inclusion cumulative giving society

Posted June 21, 2024

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Healing Bridges CEO Natalie Ross (left), Central Washington Development spokesperson Edward Morascyzk (center) and Healing Bridges Board President Gary Weinstein (right) at the Morascyzk, Yarosz and Morascyzk offices in Chestnut Place Plaza.

Washington, PA – Healing Bridges is pleased to announce that Central Washington Development is the first contributor and member to join the Bridge to Inclusion cumulative giving society. Central Washington Development’s gift of $2,000 will launch Healing Bridges in a new era of giving and provide operational support for people with mental illness and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Bridge to Inclusion was created at Healing Bridges this past year to sustain operations, further its impact on local community members and make behavioral healthcare more accessible to vulnerable populations. To encourage people to donate, Healing Bridges has pledged to recognize members in both digital and physical forums. All recurring donors will receive a custom annual giving award and a digital badge to promote involvement in an important cause.

"We feel very strongly about the importance of local businesses becoming woven into the fabric of their community,” said Edward Morascyzk, Central Washington Development charitable giving officer and spokesperson. “Our charitable support is focused on improving the quality of life in Washington County. Our commitment to support local businesses and residents in the area is lifelong… this is home.”

Before the nonprofit was founded or obtained office space at the Chestnut Place Plaza in downtown Washington, Central Washington Development had a vision of what the buildings and surrounding area could become.

“Central Washington Development has a long history of dedication to the well-being of the community," Ed expressed. “The complex has been home to physicians, nonprofits and community service providers; and we feel strongly about the work that Healing Bridges does. Healing Bridges is to be applauded for helping vulnerable people in dangerous situations. Healing Bridges makes a difference!”

Attorney Morascyzk of Central Washington Development is involved with many other charitable organizations such as the Washington Health System Foundation, Washington County Community Foundation, City Mission, Washington Area Humane Society, Washington County Bar Association Foundation and the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum.

“Our organization feels that it is important to align ourselves with businesses who want to be an integral part of the community’s success,” Ed explained. “Like Healing Bridges and many other nonprofits, we recognize challenges facing our community and we’re committed to lending a helping hand.”

For more information about Bridge to Inclusion or other giving opportunities, please contact or visit Contributions can be made by downloading the brochure and donation form here.

About Healing Bridges

Healing Bridges is a recovery-oriented nonprofit that guides and connects residents of Washington County and neighboring communities to comprehensive behavioral health services. By providing children, teens and adults with the necessary guidance, tools, skills and resources needed to improve their lives, Healing Bridges acts as the connection to hope and prosperity throughout their continuous developmental journeys.

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