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

  • latest community foundation video

    Click here to watch the latest video from CFPC!  


    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.

  • 2019 Pulaski county lilly endowment finalists

    Congratulations to Jillian Brumm, Domanic Heater, Adrienne Niewiadomski, and Shyla Wenzel for reaching finalist status in the 2019 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship process.  Keep up the great work!

  • 2018 Grantees to date

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

    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. 

  • 2018 Non traditional scholarship recipients

    Brandon Havron received the Ralph E Winters Scholarship.  Brandon attends Ball State University and majoring in Computer Information Systems. 

    Laira Myers is the recipient of the Gary M Schnapf Memorial 4-H Scholarship.  Laira is attending Purdue University and majoring in Agriculture Economics.

    Tasha Mitchell and Melinda Mayer are the recipients of the 2018 Back Home Again in Indiana Scholarship.  Tasha is attending Purdue University and studying in the field of Agronomy. Melinda is being certified as a Personal/Inclusive Fitness Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine.

  • Pizza & pics

    Several 2018 Scholars who received a scholarship through the Community Foundation met for pizza at Tippy's and then headed over to GFB Photography for a group shot wearing their college apparel.  During lunch, board members, staff, and scholars engaged in conversation about summer plans and what they looked forward to most about starting college. 

  • Fans of philanthropy club

    Fans of Philanthropy Club (FOPC) met in late April and early May at both county elementary schools for a 3 day after school camp.   Several students from 3rd to 5th grade participated in fun activities, handouts, games, and stories on how to give of their time, talent, and treasure for the common good.  FOPC finished out the camp by completing a Birthday Box service project to give to students in their community. 

  • new year-round grant process announced

    The Community Foundation of Pulaski County (CFPC) has announced that it will offer year-round grant opportunities starting this year. There will no longer be grant deadlines, so applicants may submit applications online at any time throughout the year. This new grant process will allow proposals to be accepted on a continuous basis, without deadline, giving grant seekers the opportunity to apply when they wish as opposed to waiting for an annual grant cycle. Read more


    The Foundation hosted two grant workshops in April. The one-hour sessions included a light lunch, information about the new year-round grant process and a folder of materials on the types of  grants available. To learn more about this workshop, click here.

  • Community foundation welcomes new directors

    The Community Foundation of Pulaski County welcomes 3 new members to its Board of Directors for 2018. Incoming members are: Kaye Beall, Megan Moon and Tim Gearhart, and each will serve a three-year term, with a maximum of three full consecutive terms of service. Read more

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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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