2016 Annual Reports Now Available
The 2016 NICF Annual Report draws on the importance of the Community Foundation and the work it is doing locally. But is also features the donors who put their trust in the Community Foundation. We work hard to make our donor's philanthropic dreams become a reality.
The theme of this year's report is "Pillars". The definition of Pillars is: "A person or thing regarded as reliably providing essential support for something. Synonyms: stalwart, mainstay, rock, worthy, backbone, support, champion, upholder, tower of strength." We feel this best exemplifies the spirit of our donors and community foundation philosophy.
We hope you will read and enjoy our annual report. A lot of love and thought goes in to its creation. Making a record of our accomplishments for the year gives us pause and makes us strive to work even harder in 2017 to build on what we have accomplish thus far.
Programs and projects throughout Fulton County were supported through grants from the Fulton County Women’s Giving Circle at their annual 2017 event. Sixty people attended the banquet.
The event was held at the Manitou Banquet Center in Rochester on Tuesday, May 9, and a total of $5,500 was awarded. Members of the Giving Circle vote for their favorite programs and initiatives to receive these funds from dues and a growing endowment fund.
Read about all the grant recipients!
Annual Starke United Golf Outing!: Mark you calendars for this annual fundraising event and support Starke United and all the great programs that they fund in Starke County.
Friday June 23, 2017 at the Hamlet Golf Course, 100 S. Short Street, Hamlet, IN 46532.
Event Highlights: 4 Person Scramble.,
7:00 am CDT - Registration,
8:00 am CDT -Shot Gun Start.,
Lunch will be provided,
Prizes and Bragging Rights
Get details and download the entry form.
Community Foundation Receives $11,124 for Preschool Scholarships: The Miami County Community Foundation (MCCF) received an $11,124 grant from United Way of Miami County in support of its Preschool Scholarship Program. The grant will enable 4-year-olds from low income families to obtain a preschool education that they wouldn't otherwise be able to afford.
MCCF Director of Development Connie Cutler said, “We at the Community Foundation are very appreciative of this grant. This program is so important, and we are thankful that United Way of Miami County provided the funds to ensure that it will continue for the next two years.”
Read more about this grant.