Women’s Fund Final Grant Report

A Final Grant Report is required for each grant (over $500) awarded by the Women’s Fund. The Report is due upon the completion of the project (but no later than one year from the grant award) and must be filed prior to submitting future grant applications.

Community Foundation Opens Spring Grant Cycle

The Community Foundation of Randolph County is now accepting grant applications for its Spring Grant Cycle. Applications are available online at www.randolphcountyfoundation.org/grants or by calling the Foundation office at 765-584-9077 x201. Completed applications are to be submitted online unless other arrangements are made in advance with the Foundation. Completed applications are due on March 31,…

Community Foundation Names the Newest Randolph County Heroes

The News-Gazette and the Community Foundation of Randolph County continue their celebration of local heroes who have impacted the community or exceeded expectations to serve others. This effort is the result of a Community Foundation program that helps recognize such people, while also raising money to help others. “We thought a really neat thing would…

Women’s Fund Grant Cycle Opens

The Women’s Fund of Randolph County, a component fund of the Community Foundation of Randolph County, is now accepting grant applications for its 2022 Grant Cycle. Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations, or non-501(c)(3) organizations with a charitable program or project, may apply for funding to empower women and children in creating better futures. Programs should provide innovative…

Education & Civil Discourse in A More Perfect Union

Dr. Kenneth Holland Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP by 1/21/22 at lrowles@randolphcountyfoundation.org or 765.584.9077. Democracy is the most fragile of all political systems and is currently on the defensive around the world as more and more countries fall under authoritarian rule.  One reason for its brittleness is the demands that it makes on citizens. …

Community Foundation of Randolph County Awarded Civic Education Grant

The Community Foundation of Randolph County (CFRC) has been awarded a grant of $3,000 from Indiana Humanities with funds from the A More Perfect Union Initiative. The grant provides tax-exempt organizations across the state with funding to develop and implement public programs that promote civic education and help address the civic health challenges that Indiana…