The James Maloney Foundation donates 10k to athletic department at William and Mary at The Williamsburg Pottery

For Immediate Release
Contact: Cindy Renzo
Williamsburg Pottery

Williamsburg, Virginia (Monday, July 20, 2015) - Today the James Maloney Foundation, a non-profit organization established in honor of the late founder of the Williamsburg Pottery, Jimmy Maloney, presented a check for $10,000 to the Athletics Department at the College of William and Mary. Senior Athletics Director, Bobby Dwyer, accepted the contribution, which is made yearly in memory of Mr. Maloney's life-long love and support of Tribe athletics.
The James Maloney Foundation is solely funded by the Williamsburg Pottery, which donates one percent of its sales each year to support the Foundation's philanthropic activities. During its ten year history, the Foundation has donated nearly $200,000 to local charities and educational institutions that serve the citizens of Williamsburg, James City County, and York County. In addition to supporting athletic programs at the College of William and Mary, the James Maloney Foundation provides college scholarships to area students and has contributed to the Red Cross, United Way, Salvation Army, FISH, Faith in Action, and Meals on Wheels.

Kim Maloney, CEO of the Williamsburg Pottery, presented a check for $10,000 to Bobby Dwyer, Senior Athletics Director for the College of William and Mary. Jimmy Maloney, founder of the Williamsburg Pottery, was a life-long supporter of Tribe athletics.

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