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 200 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.
Our Frequently Used forms are now available in a fillable PDF format!
Established in 2014 by Ken Brashaber, a former Rushville Consolidated High School agriculture teacher and FFA advisor. This scholarship is to benefit a graduating senior from Rushville Consolidated High School that has been active in the Rush County chapter of the FFA organization. The recipient must have been enrolled in at least 3 years of high school agriculture courses, maintained a 2.5 or better GPA, must have attained a Chapter Degree for FFA, and must be planning to attend a four year college or university pursuing a baccalaureate degree.