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Fulton County


Give Your Heart to Your Community
A sweathart of a gift that lasts forever.


Back by popular request, we are happy to announce the 2015 “Give Your Heart to Your Community” Valentines Day Project. Held on Friday, February 13, the event is sponsored by the Fulton County Community Foundation, WROI Radio, and RTC Communications.

Donors make a contribution to a fund of their choice and in return, send their valentine a gift they won’t soon forget!  Giving levels begin at $15 and range from a song dedication on WROI, a singing telegram and long stem rose personally delivered, or a display of love for a beloved pet with a Palentine greeting displayed on RTC Communications channel 5 and Facebook.

As an added bonus, any gift given to a Community Fund will be matched $1 for $1 through Lilly Endowment GIFT VI. The Fulton County Community Foundation is eligible for $500,000 in matching funds which will lead to an additional $40,000 in community grants annually. Read about the match and what it can mean to Fulton County.  

Order forms are available through the attached link or by contacting the Community Foundation at (574) 224-3223.

Welcome to the Fulton County Community Foundation
Fulton County is a wonderful agricultural community. Its population is one of hardworking people who are eager to make their community the best in the state. 

Since 1993, Fulton County Community Foundation has brought caring people and charitable endeavors together for the good of this great community. The Community Foundation gives donors flexible and tax-effective ways to ensure their charitable giving. We work to build substantial endowment funds for our community through contributions large and small.

Fulton County Community Foundation is proud to be a part of the Northern Indiana Community Foundation (NICF). The NICF allows us to maximize our investment benefits and be more cost efficient. This way Fulton County donations can do more—right here in Fulton County.

So far, Fulton County Community Foundation has dispersed nearly 10 million dollars in grants and scholarships. Currently the Community Foundation holds over $12.8 million in assets and administers over 160 funds.