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Grants Committee Meeting

Date: February 2, 2015Time: 8:00 am

Investment Committee Meeting

Date: February 3, 2015Time: 8:00 am

Finance Committee Meeting

Date: February 9, 2015Time: 3:30 pm


 Land Conservation Fund 

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2014 Scholarship Recipients

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 Foundation Competitive Grant

Application Deadlines

April 10, 2015
July 10, 2015
October 9, 2015
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We believe Delaware County is a great place to live. We also believe that we can make it even better. So we work every day to improve our community. Sometimes that means sponsoring educational programs, other times it means granting funds for important community projects. On this site, you can learn about the full spectrum of work we do − and how to become a part of it.

The Community Foundation is Turning Thirty in 2015

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Recent News

Kitselman Fund Awards $70,000 to Local Nonprofits

Published Thursday, January 22, 2015

The Community Foundation has awarded $70,000 in grants to three nonprofit organizations from the Harry L. and Janet M. Kitselman Fund.

2nd Cycle 2014-15 Robert P. Bell Teacher Creativity Grants Awarded

Published Thursday, December 11, 2014

The following Robert P. Bell grants totaling $682 have been awarded to local teachers for the second grant cycle of the 2014-2015 academic year. It is estimated that over 476 Delaware County students will benefit from these grants.

Delaware County benefits from partnership

Published Wednesday, December 10, 2014

clientuploads/_photos/Banks and Craddock.jpgDelaware County has added a pristine chunk of land to its nature preserve, thanks to a unique local partnership and a statewide program that commemorates Indiana’s bicentennial. “This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” says John Craddock, who helped facilitate the purchase of the 117-acre tract. “The whole idea is to protect natural areas and preserve them for future generations.”