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The Community Foundation values its role as a catalyst, convener and collaborator, bringing other funders and nonprofits together around vital issues and adding key support to make positive change possible. We center our work around what we know about community needs.
Required training for board members of nonprofit organizations seeking grants from HCCF. This program will be offered four times in 2022, there is no cost to participants upon completing the two-part training.
Designed to reach students as they transition from learning to read, to reading to learn, the Dictionary Project provides a free copy of “Webster’s Dictionary for Students: Special Encyclopedic Edition” to third-grade students.
Since joining the program in 2008, HCCF has distributed 7,000 free copies to every third-grade student in the county.
Encourages a love of reading by providing preschool children a free age-appropriate book in the mail each month. In 2020, an average of 1,555 children received books each month and 18,662 books were mailed.
Free meetings to learn fundraising best practices and share ideas. In 2021, topics included marketing, charitable gaming, nonprofit accounting, volunteer management, special event planning, and more.
All nonprofit agencies providing services to residents of Harrison County, Indiana are eligible to apply. Agencies must have 501c status to apply. Eligibility and requirements are listed on the grants page.
Harrison County Community Foundation (HCCF) started the Jump Start pre-K pilot program in 2013. The pilot occurred on a small scale with a handful of providers and a small pool of students. Over the last nine years HCCF has helped fund over 650 students through preschool.
Since 1998, the Harrison County Community Foundation has provided funds each spring to each of the high schools for non-renewable scholarships. In 2021, we provided $500,000 in scholarships to over 100 graduating seniors throughout Harrison County
Monthly gathering of representatives from nonprofits serving Harrison County to share information and find ways to collaborate.
Promotes youth development by providing experiences in philanthropy. YPC grants awarded in 2021 were:
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