The Marshall County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the first of two 2023 Community Funds grant rounds and the Ralph C. Vonnegut Jr. Fund. Applications for the Spring 2023 grant round are due on Wednesday, February 1, 2023. Application questions may be found on the MCCF website (www.marshallcountycf.org/applynow/) in preparation for an online submission; please note the application link will be activated on January 2, 2023, to a new online application form.
The Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2023 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship for Marshall County is Caleb Cullers of Bremen Public Schools. Lilly Endowment Community Scholars are known for their community involvement, academic achievement, character, and leadership.
“Caleb’s academic performance was exceptional, and his volunteerism and community involvement were substantial. Caleb received several awards and recognitions throughout his high school career,” said Beth Styers, MCCF Scholarship Committee Chair. “Caleb was a very active contributor to his community during high school.” Caleb is the son of David and Kathy Cullers. Caleb plans to attend Indiana Wesleyan University to pursue a bachelor’s degree in accounting and business finance.
The Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) announced the Fall 2022 grant awards from Community Funds totaling $98,832.
Twice each year, nonprofit organizations are invited to submit funding requests for projects that improve the quality of life in Marshall County. MCCF Grants Committee members evaluate the proposals and conduct site visits during a competitive application process. The Fall 2022 grant awards will fund a wide variety of projects and programs.
The Marshall County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for the second of two 2022 Community Funds grant rounds. Applications for the Fall 2022 grant round are due on Monday, August 1, 2022, and the application may be found on the MCCF website (www.marshallcountycf.org).
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 the grant proposals and conduct site visits during a competitive application process.
Leadership Marshall County (LMC), a joint program between the Marshall County Community Foundation and the United Way of Marshall County, held a graduation for the participants of Class XXVII on May 11, 2022, at the Marshall County Philanthropy Center.
LMC is a nine-month program that takes place September through May dedicated to cultivating today’s leaders to serve tomorrow’s community by building a solid foundation of informed, action-oriented employees and citizens. LMC cultivates emerging and existing leaders, building skills in participants to be a value-add to their organizations and the community.