The SCCF’s 20th Anniversary Series
Bonus Article: Leaving a Legacy
Over the past twenty years, the Starke County Community Foundation (SCCF) has provided an opportunity for individuals to leave a legacy in their communities. This legacy reflects the individuals’ spirit of giving and their passion for causes and charitable organizations in Starke County.
Theodore Roosevelt said, “What a man does for himself dies with him. What a man does for his community lives long after he’s gone.”
Many generous individuals have left bequests to the SCCF and have therefore left something that will live on forever, endlessly impacting the community and enhancing the quality of life in Starke County. Contributions to the SCCF are immeasurable.
Read on for our final article in this series and see how you too can leave a lasting legacy.
The Fulton County Community Foundation (FCCF) held an Open House on November 29th in celebration of #GivingTuesday.
During the event, 68 gifts were made, totaling $74,170. $53,595 of this total was given to community funds, and $25,000 of that was matched by the FCCF.
All gifts made to the FCCF will help to better the quality of life in Fulton County.
Read more about #GivingTuesday and watch a video about good things that happen in Fulton County thanks to the Community Foundation.
The Miami County Community Foundation (MCCF) celebrated #GivingTuesday on November 29th with a live broadcast on WARU.
The MCCF also invited community members to stop by the office for hot cider and doughnuts.
During the event, 10 gifts were made, totaling $5,300. $2,500 of those gifts were matched by the MCCF.
Read more about #GivingTuesday in Miami County.