Matching Gift Opportunity!

Community Foundation Offers Matching Gift Opportunity

The Community Foundation of Noble County (CFNC) is offering a matching gift opportunity…an important ingredient in the Philanthropic Stone Soup that they are cooking up.

The CFNC Board of Directors is offering matching dollars for gifts made to endowment funds held at the Foundation. Beginning November 1, 2022 and running through May 1, 2023, the Foundation will match $1 for $1, up to $5,000 per fund. The Foundation has a total of $50,000 to contribute to the match, so the earlier donations are made, the more likely they are to qualify for the match.

CFNC has been on a mission throughout 2022 to create a great recipe for tomorrow in Noble County. The classic folktale, Stone Soup, illustrates that perfectly! A thriving community is created only by everyone pitching in, and generous donations to the Foundation benefit our community every day.
The CFNC match is an important ingredient in the Philanthropic Stone Soup receipt, but it’s not the only one.  Year-end gifts to the endowment funds, fund representatives, grants committees and all the things that come together to address a variety of local needs to establish funds that make a difference. Just like in Stone Soup, there is tremendous impact when we pool our resources—impact that benefits the whole community!

To be a donor to endowment funds held at the Community Foundation of Noble County, go to https://cfnoble.org/product-category/fund/ and select a fund or funds that speak to your interests or values. Once you have chosen where you would like your money to go, head over to https://cfnoble.org/donate-now/ where you can make a donation online. Or mail a check made payable to the Community Foundation of Noble County with the fund name in the memo. Mail checks to CFNC PO Box 127, Kendallville, IN  46755. You’ll receive a “thank you” for your donation via USPS mail or instantly from the online portal, which you can use to file for a tax deduction, if eligible. The match will be automatically applied to qualifying endowment funds, until all funds are exhausted.

At the Community Foundation of Noble County, we are passionate about making Noble County an even better place to call home. Since 1991, area residents have been turning to the Community Foundation of Noble County to make their philanthropic giving as effective as possible, as we see it as our mission to serve as a catalyst for positive change. The Community Foundation of Noble County is a public charity 501 (c) 3 entity.

As a group of invested community members, we identify local current and emerging issues and stimulate resources to address those needs, helping our region prepare for the future. We then leverage gifts and bequests from generous donors like you to drive positive change through grants in such areas as arts and culture, education, health and human services, civic affairs, and other charitable areas of interest.
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2023 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship – Top Honor Students Interviewed

The Community Foundation of Noble County recently interviewed ten top honor students in the final phase of the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship nomination process for Noble County.  These students were selected to interview based on their applications submitted in September to the community foundation which were reviewed by a panel of judges representing the central, east and west part of Noble County.

The Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship provides four years of full-tuition and required fees awarded to one well-rounded high school senior who resides in Noble County, who will receive a diploma from an accredited Indiana high school by the end of June 2023 and will pursue a full-time baccalaureate course of study at an accredited public or private college or university in Indiana. Community Foundation of Noble County also requires community service, volunteerism, extra-curricular activities, leadership roles and honors and awards and at least a 3.80 high school grade point average.

Students interviewed were:
Rachel Becker – East Noble High School
Max Bender – East Noble High School
Addison Dills – East Noble High School
Grant Flora – West Noble High School
Hailey Holbrook – Churubusco Junior/Senior High School
Miriam Kline – Churubusco Junior/Senior High School
Ryan Norden – East Noble High School
Eva Refeld – Churubusco Junior/Senior High School
Austin Shepherd – Lakewood Park Christian School
Bethany Trinklein – West Noble High School

Names of the top candidates will be submitted to Independent Colleges of Indiana, Inc for final selection of the recipient. ICI is a nonprofit organization that represents 29 regionally accredited, degree-granting, nonprofit, private colleges, and universities in the state.  The Noble County recipient of the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship will be announced in early December 2022. Finalists not selected for the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship will receive a $1,000 scholarship from the Community Foundation of Noble County

The Lilly Endowment Community Scholarships are the result of a statewide Lilly Endowment initiative to 1) to help raise the level of educational attainment in Indiana; 2) to increase awareness of the beneficial roles Indiana community foundations can play in their communities; and 3) to encourage and support the efforts of current and past Lilly Endowment Community Scholars to engage with each other and with Indiana business, governmental, educational, nonprofit and civic leaders to improve the quality of life in Indiana generally and in local communities throughout the state. A total of 147 Lilly scholarships are awarded statewide.

Pictured from left are:
Bethany Trinklein, Rachel Becker, Addison Dills, Ryan Norden, and Max Bender.
Standing: Eva Refeld, Austin Shepherd, Miriam Kline, Hailey Holbrook, and Grant Flora.

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Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Interviews

The following students have been selected to interview for Noble County’s 2023 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship on Tuesday, October 18, 2022.  Interviews will begin at 6 pm.

2023 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship – Top Honors Interview
Tuesday, October 18, 2022, at 6 PM
Students Arrive Between 5:30 pm – 5:45 pm

Interviews will be at the Community Foundation of Noble County office – new location at 1208 E. Lakeside Drive, Kendallville IN 46755

Students selected to interview:
Rachel Becker – East Noble High School
Max Bender – East Noble High School
Addison Dills – East Noble High School
Grant Flora – West Noble High School
Hailey Holbrook – Churubusco Junior/Senior High School
Miriam Kline – Churubusco Junior/Senior High School
Ryan Norden – East Noble High School
Eva Refeld – Churubusco Junior/Senior High School
Austin Shepherd – Lakewood Park Christian School
Bethany Trinklein – West Noble High School

Students are requested to bring a photo the foundation will keep on file and dress as if it were a job interview.

Foundation Board Selects New Executive Director

September 1, 2022

Foundation Board Selects New Executive Director

Ligonier, IN – Margarita White, longtime Program Director of Community Foundation of Noble County, was recently promoted to Executive Director. This move comes after the previous Executive Director, Brad Graden, resigned in July to pursue other opportunities with the Central Noble School Corporation.

The Foundation’s Board of Directors approved the promotion on Wednesday, August 31 after a search for the best candidate.

“With her more than 20 years of service at the Community Foundation, Margarita has shown that she truly cares for the wellbeing of all of us in Noble County,” said CFNC Board President Frank Tijerina. “She has a wealth of knowledge about the Foundation and how it works, and she is well known to the other non-profit organizations in the county.”

Margarita is a long-time resident of Ligonier and now lives in Wawaka. She has an associate degree in accounting from International Business College and a Bachelor of General Studies from Indiana University – Fort Wayne. She is active in the community through the Ligonier Rotary Club, and as chair for the Marshmallow Festival.

In 2002, Margarita began her career with the Foundation as Program Assistant in the  Celebrate Diversity Project. Shortly after, she was promoted to director of the project and in 2009 took over the role of CFNC Program Director.

In her new role as Executive Director, Margarita will use her strong sense of community to support the Foundation’s mission to improve the quality of life in Noble County. She will guide the staff as the Foundation continues to serve as catalyst for positive change, enables donors to carry out charitable intent, and makes grants.

“The board is excited about the direction that Margarita and the staff will lead us,” finished Tijerina.

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Endowment Funds Bear Fruit

Dear Friends,

You hear us talk about endowments all the time—they are the main ingredient (a.k.a.: the secret sauce) to our recipe for a greater tomorrow in Noble County.Endowment is just a fancy word that means your gift will last forever.

Remember Johnny Appleseed? He got his endearing moniker by generously giving struggling frontiersmen the gift of apple seedlings. This American pioneer knew the settlers needed apples to support their homes and families. This knowledge ensured that His gift would last forever.

The simple act of planting seeds today so they can produce fruit tomorrow is a tale as old as Johnny Appleseed. That’s why endowments are so powerful!

Consider this modern-day example. Imagine that a local couple, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Elizabeth Smith, started an endowment named after their family when the foundation began in 1991 with a generous donation of $500,000. Just 31 years later the Charles and Elizabeth Smith Endowed Fund would have granted a total of $843,607 and their fund would currently be valued at $687,470. Additionally, every charity that the Smith’s loved gets a gift from their endowment annually—forever. Now imagine if that original donation of $500,000 had been given all at once, directly to the charities. It’s likely that their entire donation would be gone by now. But, because they planted endowment seeds, Charles and Elizabeth’s fund will produce grantmaking fruit as long as apple trees grow in Indiana.

It’s because of endowed investments like this that many charities receive yearly grants to support their missions from the Community Foundation annually. And it’s because of Johnny Appleseed’s benevolence to struggling pioneers that we’re able to able to share this delicious Apple Crisp recipe with you today. That’s the power of endowed giving!

Are you sowing seeds that will bear fruit? Call us, we can help you with a wise philanthropic investment that will last forever.
Margarita White, Program Director and Donor

 

$205,000 Scholarships Awarded

The hard work is paying off for local scholarship seekers. Local students were awarded scholarships on behalf of their academic achievements, extra-curricular activities, and community service. Canterbury, Central Noble, Churubusco, East Noble, Prairie Heights, and West Noble high schools each hosted (or will soon host) an honors night/day to award their high schools seniors with these scholarships and applaud their hard work. A record setting $205,000 in scholarships will be distributed to high school seniors, college students and adults thanks to the generosity of donors and the Community Foundation of Noble County.
 

Jennifer Shultz, Director of Communications and Scholarship said “The Community Foundation of Noble County is honored to offer over 65 unique scholarship opportunities with a wide G.P.A. range to our area high school seniors, college students, and adults who seek to reach their career goals. We appreciate the partnerships with our donors who wish to leave a legacy by offering such opportunities. We are grateful for the time commitment by the volunteer committee members to review the scholarship applications. The community foundation looks forward to the continued support of area schools, volunteers, and donors as the 2023 scholarship season begins in late November 2022”.

To learn more about applying for scholarships, visit cfnoble.org/scholarships. For additional information or questions, contact Jennifer Shultz by email at Jennifer@cfnoble.org, by phone at (260) 894-3335, or by visiting the Community Foundation of Noble County at 1599 Lincolnway South, Ligonier, IN.

Canterbury High School Scholarship Recipient
AnnaBella Brown, 2022 Top Honors Scholarship

Central Noble Jr/Sr High School Scholarship Recipients
Aletha Hoover, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Medical Profession Scholarship
Aletha Hoover, 2022 Top Honors Scholarship
Amelia Anglin, 2022 Hazel Brown Truelove Scholarship
Audrey Brumbaugh, 2022 Charles and Bernard Duesler Scholarship
Audrey Brumbaugh, 2022 Top Honors Scholarship
Austin Frey, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Bachelor’s Program Scholarship
Courtney Roberts, 2022 Cathy S. Knopp Theatrical Scholarship
Courtney Roberts, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Education Scholarship
Courtney Roberts, 2022 P.U.L.S.E. SENIOR Scholarship
Jackson Hoover, 2022 Top Honors Scholarship
Kolton Bailey, 2022 Dr. David and Alvena VanMeter Scholarship
Kolton Bailey, 2022 John and Mary Schermerhorn Memorial Scholarship
Kolton Bailey, 2022 John E. and Joan E. Robinson Scholarship in Memory of their son Bill Robinson
Kolton Bailey, 2022 Jonah W. Slater Memorial Scholarship
Kolton Bailey, 2022 Noble County Memorial Scholarship – 1
Kolton Bailey, 2022 Noble County Retired Teachers’ Association in Memory of Deceased Teachers
Kolton Bailey, 2022 Paul Glass Memorial Scholarship
Kolton Bailey, 2022 Top Honors Scholarship
Logan Gard, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Education Scholarship
Samantha Salisbury, 2022 Noble County Memorial Scholarship – 2
Seth Knepper, 2022 Carol Tieman Memorial Scholarship
Seth Knepper, 2022 Jack R. and Maxine C. Frymier Scholars Award
Seth Knepper, 2022 Josh Stahl Scholarship
Seth Knepper, 2022 Noble County Memorial Scholarship – 1
Seth Knepper, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Education Scholarship
Seth Knepper, 2022 Top Honors Scholarship
Seth Knepper, 2022 Fred and Mildred (Young) Seymoure Memorial Scholarship
Weston Ames, 2022 Noble County Memorial Scholarship – 2
Will Hoover, 2022 Noble County Memorial Scholarship – 1
Will Hoover, 2022 P.U.L.S.E. Endowment in Memory of Dave Knopp Scholarship
Will Hoover, 2022 Top Honors Scholarship

Churubusco High School Scholarship Recipient
Brady Crick, 2022 John E. and Joan E. Robinson Scholarship in Memory of their son Bill Robinson
Brady Crick, 2022 Tony and Gertrude Kichler Scholarship

College/Adult Scholarship Recipients
Allison Baker, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Previous Award Winner Scholarship
Anna Strong, 2022 Paul Pelikan Memorial Scholarship
Benjamin Jansen, 2022 David O. Kile and Marjorie B. Kile Scholarship
Benjamin Jansen, 2022 Nathan Shumaker Memorial Scholarship
Benjamin Jansen, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Previous Award Winner Scholarship
Ian Schowe, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Previous Award Winner Scholarship
Jack Jansen, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Previous Award Winner Scholarship
Lillian Mast, 2022 Chuck Schlemmer Memorial College Scholarship
Lillian Mast, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Previous Award Winner Scholarship
Madelyn Hosford, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Previous Award Winner Scholarship
Mariah Maley, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Previous Award Winner Scholarship
Sara Lake, 2022 Max and Elizabeth Roesler Memorial Scholarship
Stephanie Lewis, 2022 Max and Elizabeth Roesler Memorial Scholarship
Isel Herrera, 2022 Hal Prickett Memorial Scholarship
Susan Haviland, 2022 Max and Elizabeth Roesler Memorial Scholarship

East Noble High School Scholarship Recipients
Kaitlyn Ray, 2022 Delta Theta Tau Sorority IOTA IOTA Chapter Scholarship in Memory of Tammi Riecke
Luke Mory, 2022 Arthur A. and Hazel S. Auer Scholarship
John Housholder, 2022 Arthur A. and Hazel S. Auer Scholarship
Megan Stein, 2022 Arthur A. and Hazel S. Auer Scholarship
Darby Johnson , 2022 Clarence and Marie Woolf Scholarship
Darby Johnson , 2022 Joseph A. and Lolita J. Hornett Memorial Scholarship
Sydney Miller, 2022 Cecil C. and Bettie I. Smith Scholarship
Ashlie Gayheart, 2022 Benjamin Murray Memorial Scholarship
Ashlie Gayheart, 2022 Class of 1969 Scholarship
Ashlie Gayheart, 2022 Noble County Memorial Scholarship – 2
Darby Johnson , 2022 Dr. Richard R. (MD) and Theresa M. Gutstein Memorial Scholarship
Darby Johnson , 2022 Hilda H. Rehwinkel Scholarship
Darby Johnson , 2022 Max Sneary, M.D. Memorial Scholarship
Darby Johnson , 2022 Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council Scholarship
Darby Johnson , 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Medical Profession Scholarship
Jaron Bobay, 2022 Art & Jeanne Howard 4-H Scholarship
Jaron Bobay, 2022 Benjamin B. and Kathleen June Earley Memorial Scholarship
John Housholder, 2022 Trent Zuehsow Scholarship
Joshua Prater, 2022 John E. and Joan E. Robinson Scholarship in Memory of their son Bill Robinson
Joshua Prater, 2022 Noble County Memorial Scholarship – 1
Joshua Prater, 2022 P.U.L.S.E. Endowment in Memory of Dave Knopp Scholarship
Joshua Prater, 2022 Top Honors Scholarship
Joshua Prater, 2022 Chester A. and Bessie C. Throp Scholarship
Kane Sibert, 2022 Fordeck-Kemerly Electrical & Mechanical Scholarship
Lilian Dunkel, 2022 Captain James M. Treesh Scholarship
Noah Perkins, 2022 Dave Smith Memorial Scholarship
Noah Perkins, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Bachelor’s Program Scholarship
Tristen Hood, 2022 Benjamin Murray Memorial Scholarship

Prairie Heights High School Scholarship Recipient
Olivia Medina, 2022 Kris Campbell “Any Dream Will Do” Scholarship

West Noble High School Scholarship Recipients
Brayden Bohde, 2022 Chuck Schlemmer Memorial Scholarship
Brayden Bohde, 2022 Ligonier Elks Scholarship
Carolina Flores , 2022 Susan A. Price Memorial Scholarship
Christopher Miller, 2022 John E. and Joan E. Robinson Scholarship in Memory of their son Bill Robinson
Christopher Miller, 2022 P.U.L.S.E. Endowment in Memory of Dave Knopp Scholarship
Christopher Miller, 2022 P.U.L.S.E. SENIOR Scholarship
Christopher Miller, 2022 Prudence E. Gardner Memorial Scholarship
Christopher Miller, 2022 Susan Marie Stone Scholarship
Christopher Miller, 2022 Top Honors Scholarship
Christopher Miller, 2022 Brandon A. Replogle “Celebrate the Arts” Memorial Scholarship
Dana Ritchie, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Medical Profession Scholarship
Diego Flores, 2022 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship
Ella Stoner, 2022 Caitlyn Marie Halferty Memorial Scholarship
Ella Stoner, 2022 Cromwell High School Alumni Scholarship
Ella Stoner, 2022 Doris Gene Alber Ferrari Scholarship
Ella Stoner, 2022 Edward and Beverly Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship
Ella Stoner, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Education Scholarship
Ella Stoner, 2022 Richard and Mary DeMotte Scholarship
Ella Stoner, 2022 Timothy J. Martin Memorial Scholarship
Estefani Ortiz, 2022 Gerald and Catheleen Hayes
Kolby Knox, 2022 Ligonier Elks Scholarship
Samantha Klages, 2022 Doris Gene Alber Ferrari Scholarship
Sara Gross, 2022 Alan Hutsell Scholarship
Sherlyn Torres, 2022 Jennie Thompson Scholarship
Sherlyn Torres, 2022 Oliver and Eleanor Ellenbecker Bachelor’s Program Scholarship
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May – Don’t Get In A Jam

Dear Friends,  

You are a big part of creating a recipe for a great tomorrow in Noble County. As a donor, you are making a mark that can’t be erased. This is part of your legacy that will never be forgotten because a legacy is the one thing that outlives us all.

I often think of some of the recipes that have been passed down by my grandma for generations—Old-Fashioned Apple Pie, Homemade Chicken and Noodles, and Strawberry Jam. Do you have any of those recipes saved for prosperity on the original yellowing paper showcasing the faded and smudged ornate penmanship? That’s a legacy—a heartwarming, delicious legacy.

Giving through your will is another way to establish your family’s legacy. Unfortunately, only 46% of adults in America currently have a will in place—that equates to thousands of people in Noble County alone. You don’t want the court to determine what happens to your money, your belongings, and your legacy, do you? This can put undue stress and heartache on your family while they are still grieving your loss. Planning ahead, and crafting a will now, is the solution to this problem; yet the majority of Americans never do this.

As a generous donor, we want you to consider creating a will as a gift to your loved ones. Making those decisions today will make your wishes crystal clear when the time comes. And, while you’re thinking about your legacy, it’s simple to allocate just 5% of your estate to the Community Foundation of Noble County designated for an endowment named in honor of your family. Think about it, won’t you?

 

Like the tattered and torn recipes of days gone by, your legacy lives on. Don’t get in a jam by waiting too long, contact me today,

Brad Graden, Executive Director and Donor
260.894.3335
Brad@cfnoble.org

P.S. I’d be happy to send you an Estate Planning Guide to make Leaving Your Legacy even easier for you. Just call me!

 

April – Give It Twice

Dear Friends, 

There’s nothing like comfort food around the holidays. Aren’t potatoes the most delish and nutrish of all the carbs? We think so! And we hope you’ll enjoy this Twice Baked Potato Casserole recipe—it tastes so nice, you bake it twice! 🥔🥔

We’re really getting into recipes of all kinds this year at the Community Foundation. It’s a personal mission to create a recipe for a greater tomorrow—and you can help! Here’s how…

Generous people like you frequently ask us how they can provide income for their children and also make a gift to the Community Foundation of Noble County. That’s where the Give It Twice Trust comes in!

At death, this popular giving tool allows you to transfer your IRA (or other asset) to fund a Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT) for a specified term of years that you get to decide. The choice is yours!

For the years that you designate, your family receives the income first. Then, the balance of the trust can be directed to the Community Foundation of Noble County. Thus, the name—Give It Twice Trust—first you give it to your family, then you give the remainder to charity. It’s a gift so nice, you give it twice!

 The Benefits are twofold (see a theme, here?)

 You can continue taking care of your surviving spouse and/or children with the unused portion of your retirement account for the allotted time you designate.

  1. You can create an estate tax deduction and savings from this charitable gift by supporting the work of the

Community Foundation of Noble County.

It’s like regular giving, but twice as good! Contact me today and I’ll help you leave your charitable legacy,

Brad Graden, Executive Director and Donor
260.894.3335
Brad@cfnoble.org

March – Giving Is As Easy As Pie

Dear Friends,

Math geeks and donors unite because March 14th is National Pi (π) Day. Of course, we like to celebrate it as National Pie Day 🥧 because it reminds us that GIVING IS AS EASY AS PIE.

Mathematically, Pi (π) is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Does knowing that make us sound seriously smart or notably nerdy? Wait, don’t answer that!

A better question might be, “Who is super generous and understands that if everyone in Noble County gave just 5% of their estate to the Foundation in the next 10 years that this could result is $29.3M in donations”? That’s you! I think we can all agree that 5% is not a lot. In fact, 5% of an Old-Fashioned Indiana Sugar Cream Pie leaves plenty for you to enjoy yourself and more than enough to share with others.

Speaking of sharing, we hope you’ll enjoy this delicious Hoosier Classic Sugar Cream Pie recipe as a reminder that together we can cook up a recipe for a greater tomorrow. Think about it, if everyone planned now to make a 5% estate gift to the Foundation later, that would increase the grantmaking to our county by over $1M annually.

Additionally, we conferred with those math geeks who celebrate the actual Pi (π) Day and they did some calculations for us. They said if we keep up this 5% giving trend for the next 50 years, we could raise $104M in donations. That could build a healthy county, create a downtown historic district, increase educational attainment, create a skilled workforce, or break the cycle of poverty! Like a good recipe, when it’s all combined, it really adds up.

Call us at 260-894-3335 and we’ll help you with a 5% planned gift that will change Noble County for now and forever.

GIVING REALLY IS AS EASY AS PIE,

Brad Graden, Executive Director and Donor
Brad@cfnoble.org

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The History of Hoosier Sugar Cream Pie

While there is no one set origin of
Hoosier Sugar Cream Pie, the dish is
said to have been popularized by the Amish and Shaker communities in
Indiana during the 19th century when
they were running low on supplies.

It was known as “Desperation Pie” because its ingredients could be found
in almost any pantry, making it easy to make at any time throughout the year.

The Shakers believed in eating hearty
and healthy food. They must have had
a sweet tooth, though, judging by
sugar cream pie.

In 2009, the Indiana General Assembly officially elevated the status of this humble dessert—that’s when Sugar
Cream Pie was named the official
Indiana state pie.

You Are A GEM!

Dear Friends,

YOU ARE A GEM! It’s true! You’re right up there with diamonds and rubies in our book! In fact, the impact made through grantmaking at the Noble County Community Foundation only happens because of you!

YOUR DONATIONS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
That’s why we’re always on the lookout for ways to make generosity even easier for you. After all, we understand that your schedule is full and your time is limited. But you can still be a dedicated supporter of the Community Foundation.

WE HAVE THE PERFECT GIVING TOOL FOR YOU!
This is where our G.E.M. Program comes in! G.E.M. stands for GIVE EVERY MONTH and is an effortless way for you to support the Community Foundation 12 times a year by filling out a single form just once.

IT’S THE EASIEST WAY TO BE A CHEERFUL GIVER!
This ‘SET IT AND FORGET IT’ philanthropy is gaining traction as one of the most popular ways to give across the country—including here in Noble County. That’s right, this recipe for EPSOM SALT GEMS is about to come in super handy with all the time you’ll be saving. You can now escape from the winter chill and relax in a nice hot bath—all while knowing that your charitable giving is set up and ready to create a recipe for a great tomorrow right here in this place we call home.

Let me help you SET IT AND FORGET IT,

Sincerely,
Brad Graden, Executive Director
Brad@cfnoble.org
1599 Lincolnway South, Ligonier, IN 46767
260-894-3335