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 endowment fund to provide grants to organizations bringing programs that encourage music participation and enjoyment by and for Rush County residents.
Established in 1995 by Faith Davis Ellison in memory of her husband E. Floyd Ellison, the Music for Rush County Fund provides support to encourage music participation and enjoyment for the community as a whole, especially encouraging adult appreciation of music. This grant could be used to help bring a concert performance to Rush County, to help support local music groups, for a music teacher to attend a music education workshop, or to bring a music related program to an elementary school or middle school. Grants will not be made to high school programs or to high school students.
Grant Application: Music for Rush County Fund