Community Foundation of Osceola County awards ceremony set for February 21
Community Foundation of Osceola County (CFOC) will award grants to 29
organizations as it celebrates its 13th year with an awards
ceremony. The celebration will take place at the Melvin American Legion Community
Center on Thursday, February 21, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. The award recipients, local
media, foundation members and the general public are all invited to attend.
The mission of the CFOC is to foster private giving, strengthen service providers and improve conditions of the Osceola County area. To these ends, it will promote endowment building, community, grant making, organizational collaboration and public leadership for the benefit of Osceola County area. The Endow Iowa Program is a legislative initiative designed to foster the investment of philanthropic resources into communities across the state. Funding comes from gambling profits and is distributed to qualified foundations in counties without gambling enterprises.
For the 2018/2019 grant cycle, 29 new grants were approved by the committee, which has representation from all parts of the county. The grants announced on February 21 total $95,121.72 in funds from the County Endowment Fund Program.
The Community Foundation of Osceola County helps address immediate community and non-profit needs. The CFOC partners with communities and non-profit organizations to help them fund programs and projects that might otherwise go unfunded.
Since 2007, the Community Foundation of Osceola County has awarded more than a million dollars to local non-profit and community improvement groups for projects all over Osceola County.
For more information on the Community Foundation of Osceola County, please click here.