Jun
15th

CFSI Releases a Resource Guide About Area Nonprofits!

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– The Nonprofit Sector –  A Resource Guide  New report includes information on local nonprofits’ needs, gaps and overlaps as well as a comprehensive listing of area nonprofits.  Today, I’m happy to announce the release of a new community resource to help address Southern Indiana’s needs. The Nonprofit Sector – A Resource Guide for Clark…

May
24th

Our 2016 Annual Report is Now Available!

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Our 2016 Annual Report  is Available Online! Want to know what your partner, resource and steward in philanthropy has been up to the last year? Check out our 2016 annual report online here. Here is a little sneak peek! – Over $1 million in grants and scholarships – 39 grants worth over $269,000 from our…

Jan
12th

Free Trees, Scholarships and More!

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Free Street Trees! Trees Fulfill a Need in Our Community The Foundation’s Community Needs Assessment identified a wide range of areas that our community needs to address. One need that stood out was our region’s poor air quality. To make an impact in this area, the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana has made a grant…

Dec
1st

Scholarship Apps Open, Floyd County Fund and More

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It takes all of us to lift a community. Help us make an impact for future generations. When our Community Needs Assessment was published last year, we learned a great deal about our community. We know now that over 26,000 in Clark and Floyd Counties are food insecure, and 9,000 of those are children. We…

Sep
9th

Creating an Impact in Our Community

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Creating Impact in Our Community CFSI Awards Quarterly Grants  This past month the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana announced that five local charitable organizations were awarded over $37,000 in grants for projects in Clark and Floyd counties. Quarterly, grants are awarded to deserving community organizations from the Community Foundation’s unrestricted Community Endowment Fund which provides…

Jun
3rd

Partnering for a Stronger Community

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Raising Hope! Town Clock Church Gets New Steeple  Photo Credit: Tyler Stewart/The News and Tribune Click the Picture to Read the Article from the N&T The Community Foundation of Southern Indiana is proud to play a small role in saving a piece of our community’s history and culture.  Last week a new steeple was raised…

Mar
4th

Thank You for 25 Years!

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Thank You for 25 Years To our current and past board, volunteers, staff, fund holders, donors and our entire  community… Thank you! Thank you for allowing us to be your partner, resource and steward for philanthropy for the last 25 years. Pictures from our 25th anniversary event can be found below. Please help us celebrate…

Feb
5th

It’s Not Too Late to Register!

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Video The Community Needs Assessment Watch this brief two minute video about the recently released Community Needs Assessment and learn what we can do to impact this community for the better. View all of the Foundation’s videos at www.cfsouthernindiana.com It’s Not too Late to Register… But We’re Running out of Seats! 25th Anniversary Luncheon! Speaker:…

Jan
8th

Important Updates from CFSI

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Happy New Year! We’re excited for what the future holds. This year, we are celebrating our 25th Anniversary of making an impact in our community. From our beginning in 1991 with a just a few funds and $1 million in assets, we’ve grown – thanks to strong support from our community over the years –…

Dec
4th

Foundation Matters – Addressing Community Needs

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This Holiday Season… Give the Gift of Forever  You’ll Help Address Community Needs and We’ll Match Your Gift   Help us end the year strong – getting us closer to our matching goal – by making a gift to help us address our community’s greatest needs. According to the Community Foundation’s recently released community needs…