Maximizing your Community Investment through Endowment
Many people say it “takes a village” to make a difference. The truth is, one person can make a huge impact. But when you pool the resources and innovation of many caring people, even greater things can happen.
The same goes for giving to an endowed fund at the Community Foundation – or starting your own. Your gift is pooled with the gifts of many others and invested over time. The interest of these funds is then used to help deserving and hardworking organizations in our county that are helping people better their lives for the long haul.
The Community Foundation continually stays informed about our county’s greatest needs, so you can rest assured that your gift will help people and organizations who need it most, here at home. From our neighbors who are hungry, to those undergoing cancer treatment, to at-risk kids in need of a mentor, your gift helps the Community Foundation invest in the most important thing of all: people.
Connecting donors and nonprofits from Advance to Zionsville, we are writing the story of our community – TOGETHER.
3nd quarterly Meeting:
Wednesday, august 30 @ whitestown municipal complex.
Pictured, Women of Impact Steering Committee, Staff and
Joy Kaylor, Executive Director of Boone County Cancer Society.
The inaugural meeting of Women of Impact Boone County received overwhelming response and attendance at its first giving circle meeting on March 1st. Boone County Cancer Society (BCCS) was the first recipient. Joy Kaylor, Executive Director of BCCS shared how the organization makes a difference in Boone County to those battling cancer. Thank you to our sponsor, Ulen County Club for your generosity!
Learn more about this organization at www.boonecountycancersociety.org
To learn how you can become a Woman of Impact, click here.
The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy’s Certification in Fund Raising Management is enabling Boone county’s nonprofits to aim big. Learn more, HERE.
And we start with the greater need
Only have a high school diploma
(as high as 48% in some pockets)
Never graduate from high school
Live in poverty
(as high as 22% in some pockets for children under 18)
Odds of being in poverty if you're the child of a single parent