215 W. Sycamore
Kokomo, IN 46901
This e-booklet explains the basics of gift annuities.
A grant to the Learning Network to expand the tutoring program was appreciated by the participants. This thank you shares the positive impact of the program.
This article highlights the benefits of Wesley Manor's therapy pool renovations.
A focus on education in Clinton County.
Charitable Dreams for Community Needs
In 1996 the Clinton County Community Foundation was established as a division of the Community Foundation of Howard County, Inc. Its purpose is to make the community a better place through the accumulation and stewardship of enduring charitable funds. This is done by allowing forward thinking folks to work together to create a reservoir of charitable funds that can be used to make an impact across a wide spectrum of community needs.
A broad range of options is available to allow people who want to make Clinton County a better place to make financial contributions of any size. The primary way that the Foundation enables this activity is through the establishment of endowed funds. These funds are carefully managed so that there will be income from the fund for the donor's purpose. In certain situations funds that are not endowed can be an important part of our mission.
The rest of this section of our Web site gives an overview of how people can make financial contributions that will make this community a better place. A wide array of options is available to allow donors to act within their personal situations to make Clinton County a better place to live, work, and raise a family.
Feel free to call us at (765) 454-7298, or to e-mail us to ask a question or to schedule an appointment to further discuss your interests.
Thank you for your interest in the work of the Clinton County Community Foundation. We are committed to providing the highest possible level of service to those donors who work with us to improve our community.
2014 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Finalists Selected
The Clinton County Community Foundation congratulates the 2014 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship finalists. The scholarship provides full tuition, required fees and a special allocation of up to $900 per year for books and equipment for four years at any Indiana public or private university or college. The students listed below were selected to be interviewed as part of the application process. In Clinton County, one finalist will be awarded the scholarship.
Dalton Bush, Frankfort High School
Jennifer Erdman, Rossville High School
Ryon Herin, Clinton Central High School
Dillon Lawrence, Rossville High School
Rachel Stowers, Clinton Central High School