Funds: Community Grants (matched $2 for $1!)

Alfred and Eleanor Yager Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

All is Well Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

Charles E. and Jane Power Niccum Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

Darrell and Marilyn Bills Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund established by Ron and Darilyn Bedel to benefit the community via community grants.

Gerald W. and Anita J. Mohr Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

H. N. (Doc) and Thelma Jaggers Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

Harcourt Counseling Mental Health Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund established by Greg and Cindy Harcourt, Anthony Harcourt and Brittany Harcourt to benefit the community via community grants.

Kenneth and Kathleen Dean Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants

Laura May and Howard Brown Memorial Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

Martha Perin Community Fund

Established in memory of Martha Perin by son Keith and daughter-in-law Kim, the Martha Perin Community Fund is an unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via the Foundation’s community grants program.

 

 

Pat and Martha Todd Charitable Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

Paul and Avanell Stagg Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

Phyllis and Charles Kingery Memorial Fund

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.

Pioneer Hi-Bred Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

RCHS Class of 1969 Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund established by the RCHS Class of 1969 to benefit the community via community grants.

RCHS Class of 1978 Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund established by the RCHS Class of 1978 to benefit the community via community grants.

RCHS Class of 1979 Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund established by the RCHS Class of 1979 to benefit the community via community grants.

Richard K. Levi Family Community Fund

Established by Rick’s widow Christine “Chris” and daughters Heidi and Jacqueline, the Richard K. Levi Family Community Fund is an unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

 

Rick Levi was one of RCCF’s Founding Fathers and our greatest advocates.  This fund will forever honor his dedication to Rush County and our Community Foundation.

Richard S. Earnest Diabetes Community Fund

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.

Rush County Class of 1963 Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

Rush County Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

Russell and Betty Bane Family Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund established by Rusty Bane, Rick Bane, Sande Land and David Bane to benefit the community via community grants.

Wayne L. and Evelyn J. Miller Community Fund

An unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.

“Sharing of the Green Fund” by The Rushville St. Patrick’s Day Committee

The “Sharing of the Green” fund was started by the Rushville St. Patrick’s Day Committee to honor the legacy of their families Irish heritage and the friends and family who have supported their annual community Irish celebration.

The first Rushville St. Patrick’s day event hosted by co-chairman John McCane, Dan Shanahan and Brian Sheehan was held in 1999.  Since that first event, the annual Irish celebration has raised nearly $190,000 to support local organizations and events.  This fund’s goal is to share the generosity of our party patrons in creating a better future for our community for perpetuity.  The “Sharing of the Green” fund is an unrestricted endowment fund to benefit the community via community grants.