The Rush County Community Foundation is a tax-exempt public charity that allows people to establish permanent endowment funds within the scope of one large foundation.
There are a total of 175 funds at the Rush County Community Foundation. You can help impact the community today by donating to one of our many funds or by creating your own fund.
As a public charity, we are able to achieve our mission by investing donated funds and distributing earnings annually to award grants to Rush County organizations, people and projects.
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An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.
An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants
The primary purpose of the Martha Perin Community Fund is to provide annual support to benefit the Rush County community as income is granted to meet changing and emerging needs.
A discretionary fund established by request of the Last Will and Testament of Phyllis J. Kingery, this fund provides support to the Rush County community through the Foundation’s community grants program.
Established by Ethan, Hunter and Megan Earnest in memory of their dad. Also sharing in creating this fund is Richard’s parents Fred and Janet Earnest. This is an unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.