The Community Foundation of Pulaski County (CFPC) serves individuals, families, organizations, and businesses

who wish to enrich their community, now and in the future.


CFPC is a vehicle for people of all means to make a lasting difference in their community. 

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foundation news

  • GIFT VII matching program

    Community Foundation of Pulaski County (CFPC) will receive a grant of $500,000 as part of Lilly Endowment Inc.’s seventh phase of its Giving Indiana Funds for Tomorrow (GIFT) initiative.   With GIFT VII, the Endowment is making up to $125 million available to help Indiana community foundations strengthen the towns, cities and counties they serve.  Read more 

  • local food pantries each receive $1,000

    Several local food pantries in Pulaski County and two youth programs recently received $1,000 each from the Community Foundation.  Board members had the pleasure of hand delivering the checks to volunteers and organization reps at Medaryville First Christian Church, Winamac Nazarene Church, First Christian Church in Francesville, Bread of Life Food Pantry in Star City, Global Harvest Church in Monterey, and Pulaski County Human Services.

  • 2019 Pulaski county lilly endowment Scholar

    Congratulations to Jillian Brumm, the 2019 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship recipient for Pulaski County!  Jillian attends Winamac Community High School and plans to pursue a degree in Accounting.  

  • latest community foundation video

    Click here to watch the latest video from CFPC!  

  • Winamac conservation club scholarship

    The Winamac Conservation Club has come to a close, but has left a legacy through a new scholarship.

    Created in 1933, Club members built a fish hatchery to replenish the Tippecanoe River supply, a bird sanctuary, and trap shoots. It partnered with and supported other organizations over the years and purchased many 4-H animals.

    The Winamac Conservation Club Scholarship is for high school students who will study Natural Resources and Conservation. The scholarship will be available in 2022.


    Thanks to our donors over $25,000 was raised for Community Grants to benefit Pulaski County!  #loveourcommunity To check out photos of this year's efforts click here.

  • 2018 Grantees to date

    Non-profit organizations are taking advantage of the year-round grant opportunity.

    Pulaski Health Foundation DBA Parkview Haven received a $4,000 grant for the Perfect Pavilion Project.

    First Baptist Church in Winamac received a youth grant in the amount of $250 for a game table for their fellowship room.

    Winamac Community Wellness Center recently received a grant in the amount of $4,279 to purchase a NuStep Cross Trainer machine.

    Uptown Project received a $7,500 grant for the Montgomery Mercantile in downtown Francesville.  The ribbon cutting ceremony took place on Friday, June 15, 2018.   

    Friends of the Panhandle Pathway received a grant in the amount of $2,361 to purchase a tanker and blower to better maintain the trail.

    First United Methodist Church in Winamac received a $2,000 grant for the Warrior Up for Jesus Fun & Food Summer Program.

    Star City Lions Club received a grant for $5,000 for the Star City Community Building Electrical System improvements. 

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The Community Foundation is excited to announce that it has launched a new quarterly email newsletter to give you highlights, helpful information and the latest updates from the Community Foundation. Learn what's going on in Pulaski County to serve and enrich our community  today and tomorrow.

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