NEWS@

Community Foundation of White County

Starburst white.png

There’s always something happening at your community foundation – and we’re always delighted to share good news about our wonderful community!

Arrows down.png
Search
  • Leslie Goss

CFWC's 2021 Annual Report

Last week, friends of your Community Foundation of White County gathered at United

Way’s new Community Life Building to celebrate the best of 2021 and share what’s happening at the Foundation in 2022.

Governing Council president Dave Winings welcomed and thanked the donors and

friends who make the work of CFWC possible.

Copies of the 2021 report were distributed and are available to anyone else who might

desire one. Shortly, it will be available on our website, as well (www.cfwhitecounty,org).

Eight new funds were established with the Foundation in 2021: the Brookston Fire

Station Endowment Fund, Community Foundation of White County Operating Endowment,

Community Life Building Project Fund, Community Life Building Endowment Fund, Aaron

Jackson Memorial Fund, Joe R. Hahn “North White Trades Education” Endowment, Robert and Joan Sanbloom Scholarship Fund, and the Twin Lakes Class of 1976 Scholarship Fund.

A total of 107 grants and scholarships totaling over $304,000 was awarded from the

Foundation’s various funds.

We’re so grateful to the caring donors who make these opportunities possible in our

community!

After being cancelled twice in 2021 because of Covid, CFWC was proud to host directors Frank and Kimberlee Spillers of Rural CommUnity Solutions to facilitate a series of Community Conversations throughout White County the first week in April this year. This engagement was made possible by a Leadership grant offering from Lilly Endowment Inc. which challenged community foundations to think more broadly about their role – and potential roles – in their communities.

Data gathered from these structured individual and group conversations will be added to extensive demographic date already compiled by e2 (Entrepreneurial Ecosystems), also part of this Leadership grant initiative. CFWC is eager to receive the final report and will be sharing it widely throughout the community.

As your Community Foundation of White County approaches its 25 th anniversary in

2023, it’s exciting to look back on our journey to serve generous donors and dedicated nonprofits with integrity and responsible stewardship – and even more exciting to look ahead to greater possibilities!

Thank you for walking beside us in this journey. We are honored by your trust and look

forward to serving you and our community for many years to come.

If you would like a copy of our 2021 Annual Report, just drop by the office or contact

Leslie or Lucy at 574-583-6911.

1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

It comes around once a year – that day when we give special thought to the role our mother has played in our lives. And every year, we wonder what gift we can give that could even begin to express the