The Community Foundation is pleased to present its 2013 Annual Report.
CFBC is evolving to better meet the needs of our community, and we are proud to partner with our donors to make a difference in Boone County.
On May 27, 2014, the Community Foundation presented the Lionel Dubay Youth Sports Award to Rick Fiege, pictured here with Emily Freemen and Caroline Wagner, two of the first recipients of the Rachael Fiege Zionsville Women’s Soccer Memorial Scholarship.
Miranda Dafoe (left) of Lebanon High School and Candice Park (right) of Zionsville Community High School are the 2014 Boone County Lilly Scholars! Congratulations to these two outstanding young women!
When you become a donor to our Annual Fund, you support your community and all of our neighbors.
What we need now is you.
Give Local. Give Boone County. Because this is home.
Recently we brought together some of our current and past board members for an evening of board appreciation. A great time was had by all, and the Lebanon High School Graduation Coach program was voted the favorite 2012 annual report story to win an additional $2,500 grant!
We had a ball on our A – Z Listening Tour, visiting communities from Advance to Zionsville! It has been a privilege to meet so many of you and hear what you think are the pressing needs in our area. If you haven’t completed our community needs survey, click ‘Read More’ to do so!
Over the next 50 years in Boone County, $6.24 Billion will be transferred to the next generation. This short video illustrates the difference we could make if everyone gave JUST 5% of their estate to the Community Foundation of Boone County.
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The Lebanon Area Boys and Girls Club received a BOOST! grant from CFBC, allowing them to continue enabling young people to reach their potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.