Nonprofits are making a difference every day to improve the quality of life in our communities. The Marshall County Community Foundation is celebrating the good work of these organizations and all who are involved with them – people who love our community, believe in its future and want to be part of making it even better.
During the Special Giving Event in 2013, 18 new permanent and nonpermanent funds were started for the following nonprofit organizations: Argos Community Schools, Argos Dollars For Scholars, Argos Lions Club, Crossroads Evangelical Church, Culver Boys and Girls Club, Culver Lions Club, Heartland Artists, Inc., Marshall County 4-H Club, Marshall County Council On Aging, Marshall County Neighborhood Center, MoonTree Studios, Etna Green Church of Christ, Tri Kappa Beta Delta Chapter, Triton FFA, and Triton School Corporation.
The Foundation has over 315 funds to choose from to support activities such as arts and culture, education, parks, places of worship, youth and family, and many more. You may give to an existing fund or start a new one. Whatever your wishes, your hopes, your dreams for the future of your community, a charitable fund at Marshall County Community Foundation can make them a reality. We welcome your questions by phone, email, or a personal visit any time.
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The Marshall County Community Foundation is a public charity with local roots that helps great ideas take flight through endowment philanthropy. Since 1991, donors to the Marshall County Community Foundation have built the community’s assets currently valued at more than $29 million and have returned over $10 million to support charitable interests and causes throughout Marshall County.