First Round Applications due February 1
The Foundation is now accepting applications for the first of two 2017 Community Funds grant rounds. These grants support specific projects or programs throughout Marshall County typically focusing on the arts, education, health and human services, recreation and the environment.
First Round Applications due February 1
The Foundation is proud to announce that Emory Smith has been named the recipient of a four-year, full tuition scholarship as the MCCF 2017 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar. Smith will receive full tuition to the Indiana College of her choice and a yearly stipend for required books and equipment.
The Marhsall County Community Foundation announced the first round of 2016 grants from the Foundation’s Community Fund during an awards presentation October 5, 2016, in Plymouth, Indiana. Twice each year, nonprofit organizations are invited to submit proposals for new, innovative and collaborative projects.
The Marshall County community is invited to attend a dedication ceremony in front of the Marshall County Museum, 123 N. Michigan St., on Friday, August, 12 at 1 PM EDT for the dedication of the Indiana Bicentennial Bison.
The Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship is a four-year full tuition scholarship to an accredited Indiana university or college. High School seniors who are Marshall County residents should contact their guidance office, the Marshall County Community Foundation office at 574- 935-5159 or go online to www.marshallcountycf.org for an application.
The Marshall County Career Success Coalition proudly announces the Marshall County Education Summit: Strengthening Our Talent Pipeline, to be held on September 14 from 8 AM to 1 PM at Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center.
Business, government, education, nonprofit and community leaders are asked to attend. Please RSVP here.
Leadership Marshall County organizers are accepting applications for Class XXII (Twenty-two). Leadership Marshall County (LMC) is a program dedicated to cultivating today’s leaders to serve tomorrow’s community by building a solid foundation of informed, action-oriented employees and citizens. Participants gain valuable exposure to community leaders, programs and service initiatives. Involvement in group projects encourages further investigation into long-term community goals, strategies and planning objectives. The program is designed to expand networks in both public and private sectors and improve communication among leaders.
Sessions are generally held one afternoon per month for nine months starting in September. Topics covered in this series include Marshall County government, agriculture, education, economic development, arts, tourism, health and human services and criminal justice. To date, over 300 community leaders have participated. Join the ranks! For more information, contact the Marshall County Community Foundation office at 574-935-5159 or click here to download or fill out the online application. This program is sponsored by the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County.
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.”
-John Quincy Adams
The Marshall County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2016 Community Fund fall grant round. The Community Fund and unrestricted endowment funds at the Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) are some of the most flexible and responsive of the Foundation’s 361 funds in addressing new and emerging community needs. Applications for the Community Fund grants are due by 4:30 pm, Monday, August 1, 2016.
Marshall County was among eleven Indiana counties who received College Success County distinctions June 28 for their work to increase the percentage of Hoosiers with education and training beyond high school. Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers presented the awards during a special ceremony held at the Indiana Statehouse.
Leadership Marshall County, a joint program between the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County, held graduation for the fourteen participants of Class XXI on May 11, 2016, in the Legion Memorial Building at Culver Academies.
The Marshall County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2015 Community Fund fall grant round. The Community Fund at the Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) is one of the most flexible and responsive of the Foundation’s 332 funds in addressing new and emerging community needs. Twice each year grants are awarded from this endowment fund’s earnings to nonprofit organizations. These grants support specific projects or programs throughout Marshall County typically focusing on the arts, education, health and human services, recreation and the environment. Community members who serve on MCCF’s Grants Committee evaluate proposals and conduct site visits during a competitive application process.
Applications for the Community Fund grants are due by 4:30 pm, Monday, August 3, 2015.
Indiana's official 200th birthday is December 11, 2016, but initiatives across the state will commemorate the bicentennial leading up to and during 2016 and into the future. Indiana's past and present are worth celebrating and there are plenty of opportunities for local celebrations, projects and programs to reflect upon 200 years of progress with genuine Hoosier pride and ingenuity. At the Marshall County Community Foundation, a special grant round will recognize this important milestone in our state's history and encourage local participation in the celebration.
Planned Giving Seminar for Nonprofits at Swan Lake
Marshall County Community Foundation Hosts
"Building a Better Future" Event May 22
Nonprofit organizations are faced with a world where doing more with less is an everyday occurrence. Planned giving is often an overlooked opportunity to connect loyal supporters with a way to build toward a brighter future. Just one planned gift could feed more families, fund more arts programs, save more animals, shelter more homeless people or, quite simply, make a nonprofit mission a reality. The good news is, planned gifts are appropriate for donors of all means, and it's easier than most people might think to get started.
The Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) will host nonprofit organizations across the region at Swan Lake Resort, 5203 Plymouth LaPorte Trail, Plymouth, IN, on Thursday, May 22, from 3-4:30 pm. Anyone interested in learning more about creating lasting legacies and secure revenue streams for nonprofits is invited to attend.
The Grants Committee of the Marshall County Community Foundation awarded the first round of 2014 grants from the General Endowment Fund and the Ralph C. Vonnegut Jr. Grants during a news conference held Wednesday, April 9, 2014 in Plymouth, Indiana.
The General Endowment Fund is a grant making fund of the Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) that is one of the most flexible and responsive of the Foundation's 316 funds. Grants from this endowment fund address needs throughout Marshall County typically focusing on the arts, education, health and human services, recreation and the environment. The Ralph C. Vonnegut Jr. Fund was established to provide funding for environmental, educational or recreational projects directly related to Lake Maxinkuckee. For both types of grants, members of the community evaluate proposals and conduct site visits during a competitive application process.
MARSHALL COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES
LILLY ENDOWMENT COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP WINNER
Plymouth, IN – One Marshall County student has been named recipient of a four-year, full tuition scholarship as the Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) 2014 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar.
Mr. Cole Jacobson will receive full tuition to the Indiana college of his choice and a $900 yearly stipend for required books and equipment.