Field of Interest Funds 

Donors choose a field of interest fund to support a cause without having to name a specific nonprofit organization. A field of interest fund might support education, music, art, human services or any other area of interest. With that donor’s intent in mind, we identify community programs and projects that will support that cause. A field of interest fund allows support for an issue or cause in our community now, while allowing for flexibility and continued support of that same broad issue or cause into the future. The minimum required to establish a Field of Interest Fund is $10,000.

  • 1924 Community Trust Fund
  • 5000th Charitable Fund, Inc. Fund
  • Ball Corporation Community Betterment Fund
  • Robert P. Bell Education Fund
  • Robert P. Bell Teacher Grant Fund
  • Board of Directors Endowment Fund
  • Community Leadership Fund
  • Day Star Center Fund
  • Economic Development Fund
  • The Endowment for the Arts Fund
  • John and Janice Fisher Quality of Place Endowment Fund


      • Gaston Town Endowment Fund
      • Historical Preservation Fund
      • Howard and Erma McVicker Endowment Fund
      • Michael L and Jacqueline J Johnston Fund
      • KAKATU Foundation/David and Joanna Meeks Fund
      • Harry and Janet Kitselman Fund
      • Ellen Lacey Endowment Fund for Companion Animals
      • Liberty Perry Selma Town Endowment Fund
      • Maxon Foundation Fund
      • Bill and Nancy Mitchell Living Well in Delaware County Fund
          • Morris Youth Fund
          • Muncie Power Products Community Impact Fund
          • Rural Philanthropy Pass Through Fund
          • Jeanne and John Smith Fund
          • Nancy J. Smith Fund
          • The Star Press Children's Charities Fund
          • Robert and Janet Stratton Fund
          • Town of Yorktown Endowment Fund
          • Youth as Resources Fund