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 Louisville, helping support nonprofit organizations throughout our region, including many right here in Southern Indiana!
We wanted to help our Southern Indiana nonprofits capitalize on this incredible opportunity and so this year we are providing $20,000 in proportionate matching funds for Southern Indiana-based nonprofits on this single day of giving. Participating organizations based in Clark and Floyd counties will be eligible to receive a share of the $20,000 match pool equal to their percentage of the funds raised by Southern Indiana nonprofits that day. So the more they raise, the greater their share of the matching funds!
On September 14th, when you make a gift through Give For Good Louisville to support a Southern Indiana nonprofit, know that we’re helping you make an even greater impact by providing additional funds that will help our community continue to grow and thrive.
Learn more about Give For Good Louisville here.
Hurricane Harvey Relief
On the weekend of August 26th, Hurricane Harvey came ashore the Texas coast. Massive flooding has caused damage to homes, businesses and important infrastructure – displacing thousands.
If you’re interested in helping with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, we’ve provided the resources below (with links) to help you support the relief and rebuilding efforts.
Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund – The Greater Houston Community Foundation
Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Fund – The Dallas Foundation
CDP Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund – Center for Disaster Philanthropy
Central Texas Long-Term Hurricane Recovery Fund – Austin Community Foundation, United Way for Greater Austin, and the Entrepreneurs Foundation
Learn more about each of these, and the work they are doing on our website.
CFSI Welcomes New Board Members!
Continuing to Move the Foundation Forward
We’re proud to announce our 2017-2018 Board of Directors!
Phillip Beaman has been elected the new board chair and will succeed outgoing chairperson, Gary Banet.
Barb Geltmaker (retired, Horizon Wealth Management), Damon Massey (Stock Yards Bank and Trust), and Bob Woosley (Heritage Engineering) began their terms on the board; replacing outgoing members Jessica Bergman and Julie Larner who fulfilled two consecutive three year terms of service to the Foundation and their community.
2017-2018 Board of Directors
|Chair: Phillip Beaman
Vice Chair: Bill White
Treasurer: Adam Naville
Secretary: David Hussung
Immediate Past Chair: Gary Banet
J. Terrence Cody
Lisa Brones Huber
R. Gregory Neely
Linda Speed, President and CEO, ex-officio
Linda Speed, president and CEO of the Community Foundation said, “This is a very exciting time for the Foundation. We’ve grown tremendously over the last few years, annually granting more than $1 million in grants and scholarships and we continue to help individuals accomplish their charitable goals. Barb, Damon and Bob bring important experience to our Foundation and we couldn’t be happier to bring them on board as we continue to move the Foundation forward.”