Looking Forward, Giving Back

Celebrating 25 Years of Impact

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Grants

From small grants to large grants, we offer a wide-range of grants to help make your idea happen for your non-profit. Learn about and apply for grants here.

Funds

We are able to make the impact we do because of our philanthropic donors. Learn how to start a fund with us and make a lasting impact right here in the community.

Scholarships

Investing in the students in our community is a high priority for us. We have a wide-range of scholarships avaialble. View our available scholarships & apply.

Our Mission

Inspiring the generosity of our community to create a lasting impact.

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2 weeks ago

Decatur County Community Foundation

Thanks to those who attended tonight’s Annual Meeting. The meeting began with three short performances from the upcoming Tree City Players presentation of West Side Story.

President Hank Martin and the Founding Fathers of The Foundation led a panel discussion. Bill Smith, John Corya, Adrian Scripture, Bill Robbins, and Howard Sanders spoke of The Foundation”s beginnings.

The Stephen Decatur Award was presented to Rick and Mary Johnson. The Johnsons are outstanding volunteers who genuinely care about their community and are models of true philanthropy.
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Thanks to those who attended tonight’s Annual Meeting. The meeting began with three short performances from the upcoming Tree City Players presentation of West Side Story. 

President Hank Martin and the Founding Fathers of The Foundation led a panel discussion. Bill Smith, John Corya, Adrian Scripture, Bill Robbins, and Howard Sanders spoke of The Foundation”s beginnings. 

The Stephen Decatur Award was presented to Rick and Mary Johnson. The Johnsons are outstanding volunteers who genuinely care about their community and are models of true philanthropy.Image attachmentImage attachment

3 weeks ago

Decatur County Community Foundation

The name is official - the potential logo is not 🙂 We'd like to hear your thoughts on the possible design!

After 83 submissions and 302 votes selecting from the four finalists, Tree City Bark Park was the chosen name and approved by the Parks Board last week! Thanks to all who have participated in the process and especially to the eight individuals who submitted the name chosen. Those include Nikki Gardner, Sheryl Soendlin, Melinda Bennett, Angela Gay, Marc Haston, Sarah Crain, Diana Arnold and Liza Williams. The park should be opening in June! #TREEmendoustransformation
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There is only one week left to RSVP to our Annual Meeting! We currently have 20 seats available. Call us today at (812) 662-6364 or click on the link below to reserve your spot!

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There is only one week left to RSVP to our Annual Meeting!  We currently have 20 seats available.  Call us today at (812) 662-6364 or click on the link below to reserve your spot!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QYVSN79
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Decatur County
Community Foundation

101 East Main Street
Greensburg, IN 47240
812-662-6364