More Than $130k Granted to Local Organizations

Over the past thirty years, local residents and private foundations have come to trust the Community Foundation of Whitley County for helping them make the most impact with their charitable giving. Whether passing gifts through the Foundation or giving to an endowment that will benefit the community for years to come, the results of their generosity shine brightly and are reflected in the most recent round of community grantmaking.

The following organizations were selected recipients of December grants totaling $130,555:
These grants were made possible thanks to good-hearted friends who instructed the Foundation to use the funds as needed and in doing so, supported our Greater Good Fund. Several other endowment funds also helped to make these distributions possible including:
The Don Armstrong Community Fund
The Don and Sharlene Berkshire Community Fund
The Tim and Beth Bloom Community Fund
The Jerry Busche Family Fund
The Dekko Early Childcare Fund
The Gary and Ann Dillon Community Fund
The Greg and Ann Fahl Fund
The Max Fahl Unrestricted Endowment Fund
The Ferber Family Fund
The Donna Harl Fund
The James R and Kathleen M. Heuer Community Fund
The Don and Jane Langeloh Community Fund
The Jean and Roger Long Community Fund
The Honorable Phil M and Honorable Patricia A McNagny Community Fund
The Pamela S McCoy Fund in memory of Russel and Evelyn Fahl
The Jack and Judy Moore Community Fund
The William and Barbara Overdeer Community Fund
Theodore Schulz Fund
Scientific and Regulatory Consultants Fund
The Rosemary Steiner Community Fund
The Andy and Toni More Community Fund
The Theodore Schultz Fund
The Weick Fund
The Whitley County Giving Circle for Womens’ Health Fund
The Wood Family First Olive FundInterested in making a contribution to an existing endowment fund or starting one of your own? Gifts to the Community Foundation of Whitley County are tax-deductible and can be made in a number of ways. For more information as to how you can make a positive difference in our community, contact September McConnell, CEO at 260-244-5224 or sepwccf@gmail.com.