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Community Foundation administers more than 272 funds
for donors supporting a variety of charitable activities and
has awarded more than $11 million dollars in grants and
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NEWS & EVENTS
Ag Day Youth Respond to Philanthropy Questions-
"If you had a million dollars or superpowers, what would you do to help people and make the world a better place?" More>>
Youth Philanthropy Committee Applications Being Accepted- Do you want to make a difference in Putnam County? Are you a high school or college student interested in developing your leadership skills while learning about philanthropy? More>>
Youth Philanthropy Fundraiser Night at Almost Home -
The Putnam County Youth Philanthropy held its annual fundraiser at Almost Home on March 2. Gail Smith and Almost Home have graciously hosted this event for nine years. This year, $2,285.23 was raised for the Putnam County Youth Philanthropy Endowment which funds youth-led projects in Putnam County.
2017 Learning Series Workshop Announced - Susan Decker has been announced to start off the 2017 Learning Series, which consists of eight workshops directed at non-profits. More>>
Flannelly Named 2017 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar - David John Flannelly, North Putnam High School, has been named the next Lilly Scholar by the Putnam County Community Foundation. More>>
2017 Nonprofit Learning Series Announced - Eight workshops will be offered for nonprofit board members, volunteers, and professionals. More>>
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