Dec
26th

73,000 People! Cheers to Another Year of Impact and Good!

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Cheers to Another Great Year! Your Community Foundation. Making an impact every day, month and year. As we come to the end of another incredible year, I’m proud of the impact the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana has made in our community. Each day, we at CFSI work to make this a better community to…

Dec
15th

Lilly Scholars and Doing Your Year-End Giving

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There’s Still Time For Your Year-End Giving The end of the year is just a couple of weeks away, but there is still time do your charitable giving. In fact, there may be no better time to do it than right now. With the potential for drastic changes to tax laws, the tax benefits of…

Nov
28th

Making an Impact at Year-End

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A Letter from Linda Speed, President and CEO Dear Friends, Today is a big day for nonprofits throughout our community. It is Giving Tuesday! The day that people throughout our region come together to support the good work that area nonprofits do to make this a better place to live, work and play. If you’re…

Oct
6th

Thank You For Helping Raise Over $4.6 Million!

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Give For Good Raises Over $4.6 million Including More Than $87,000 for SI Nonprofits In September 14, the Community Foundation of Louisville hosted Give For Good Louisville. We were a proud sponsor of Give For Good and provided $20,000 in proportionate matching funds just for our Southern Indiana-based nonprofits! This year, Give For Good set…

Sep
7th

Get Ready to Give For Good!

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Are You Ready to Give For Good? $20,000 Match Makes September 14 a Great Time to Make an Impact on Our Community Southern Indiana is wonderful place to live, work and play. We care about each other and lend a hand when others are in need. This is why the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana…

Sep
5th

Help for Hurricane Harvey

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CFSI is Proud to Give For Good Providing $20,000 in Matching Funds to SI Nonprofits We are a proud sponsor of Give For Good Louisville and are providing $20,000 in matching funds to Southern Indiana-based nonprofits! Last year the Community Foundation of Louisville raised $4.3 million through their annual day of giving, Give For Good…

Aug
10th

CFSI Provides Over $620,000 in Scholarships

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CFSI Supports Give For Good Provides $20,000 in Matching Funds to Southern Indiana Nonprofits   Did you know last year the Community Foundation of Louisville raised $4.3 million through their annual day of giving, Give For Good Louisville, to help support nonprofit organizations throughout our region? And many of those organizations are right here in Southern…

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…