Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation

Marist College Hosts 5th Annual Lacrosse Tournament

Edward's parents, Eric and Tina, help organize and attend the ETC Foundation events.

Marist College hosted the 5th Annual Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation Fall Lacrosse Tournament on Oct. 16. The event was established by the ETC Foundation and Edward’s father, Eric Coombs.  Over the previous four years, the Fall Ball Tournament was held at Hatboro-Horsham High School, Edward’s alma mater, […]

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‘Just One More’ Video Highlights Dangers of Alcohol

In the documentary, “Just One More,” Erin Coombs remembers her brother, Edward, and Principal Dennis Williams reflects on the class of 2010 Hatboro-Horsham High School graduate and MVP.

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ETC Foundation Speaks Out Against Drunk Driving

Erin Coombs of the ETC Foundation spoke to Etown College students about never driving drunk.

Erin Coombs, on behalf of the Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation, spoke in front of 400 Elizabethtown College  Student-Athlete Mentors on the importance of responsible decision making on October 18th. She was invited to speak as a part of the NCAA and TEAM Coalition’s Never Drive Drunk campaign. At […]

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ETC Foundation Awards More than $60K in Scholarships!


Since its inception in the fall of 2011, the Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation has prided itself on “supporting the visionary leaders of tomorrow who display exceptional promise today” via scholarship awards. For 2016, the ETC Foundation distributed a record-breaking $60,500 in total awards during the Foundation’s scholarship […]

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Demand Increases for 5th Annual Golf Outing


The 5th annual Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation Golf Outing reached its capacity for golfers – and scholarship award dinner attendees – and organizers had to turn away last-minute requests to participate. In all, 100 golfers took to the greens at Commonwealth National Golf Club in Horsham, Pennsylvania […]

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When you shop at smile.amazon.com and select the ETC Foundation as your chosen charitable organization, Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchases back to our organization! You can get started here: http://smile.amazon.com/gp/charity/homepage.html?orig=%2Fgp%2Fbrowse.html%3Fnode%3D502661011&ein=45-3364492

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EC34 Run, Walk Raises Over $6,000

Winners of the EC34 5K show off their medals and trophies following the May 21 event.

More than 250 runners and walkers joined us for the EC34 5K on May 21, helping the Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation raise well over $6,000. We are grateful for the community support, which enables the ETC Foundation to continue our important mission of providing scholarships to graduating […]

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ETC Foundation Discusses Responsible Teen Decision Making

The ETC Foundation strives to educate teens on responsible decision-making.

Since its founding in the fall of 2011, a major goal of the Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation has been to work with local high schools to teach youth the importance of making responsible decisions. We offer informative seminars, forums, videos and other educational programs. Most importantly, our […]

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Marist College to Host 5th Annual Lacrosse Tournament

The 5th Annual Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation Lacrosse Tournament will be held at Marist College on Oct. 16.

Marist College will be hosting the 5th Annual Edward Taylor Coombs Foundation Fall Lacrosse Tournament on Oct. 16. Admission is $5 and all proceeds benefit the ETC Foundation. The event was established by the ETC Foundation and Edward’s father, Eric Coombs.  Over the last four years, the […]

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Marist Lacrosse Player Reflects on Fall Ball Shootout

POUGHKEEPSIE, New York – Upper classmen from the Marist men’s lacrosse team posted entries to a team blog to give fans an inside look into the fall 2015 season. We wanted to share this post as it relates to the team’s participation in the Fourth Annual Edward […]

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