COVID-19 update:  the Community Foundation office is currently closed to the public but open by appointment. You may contact the office by email at:  info@cfopc.org  or by phone 574-946-0906.

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. 

The recently compiled community profile, “Conversations with our Community” was presented publicly in January.  Additional reports are available at the CFPC office, or download a copy here

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foundation news

  • why community development? considerations for change

    David Terrell, Executive Director of the Indiana Communities Institute at Ball State University, met with local leaders in August to share research and facts on community development.  Listen to the recording and view the presentation video and slides here:

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    Actual presentation starts at 2:13 on recording.    

  • August enewsletter

    Click here to view the Community Foundation's most recent enewsletter.  This enewsletter comes out quarterly.

  • may enewsletter

    Click here to view the May Enewsletter.  Scroll down to subscribe to the quarterly enewsletter. 

  • COVID-19 response

    Are you asking, "How can I help?" during this crisis?

    The Pulaski County Care Fund, established years ago by the Board of Directors for urgent and unexpected needs, will allow the Community Foundation to respond to emerging community needs as a result of COVID-19. The Pulaski County Care Fund will simplify giving for local COVID-19 response and enable funds to be directed where the need is greatest. Read the story.

  • 2020 Lilly Endowment Community scholar announced

    Congratulations to Ryan Huggler from Winamac Community High School! Ryan is the 2020 Lilly Endowment Community  Scholar for Pulaski County.  Way to go Ryan! 

  • ACRE fund

    Community Foundation of Pulaski County is pleased to announce a new non-permanent fund named the ACRE Fund.  ACRE stands for Ag Community Resource and Education, and the fund will provide support for Pulaski County ag-related programs and causes, including educational opportunities, youth programs, and local food programs. 

    The ACRE Fund was created in response to a meeting held last summer with a variety of ag representatives interested in working together to support agriculture across the county. Concerns and causes were discussed and information shared by those in attendance. Future gatherings will be held for continuing discussion and consideration for ACRE Fund grants.

    Created by the Community Foundation Board of Directors, the fund builds upon years of offerings to serve and strengthen the local ag community.  While the fund has been created, anyone may support the fund not only with contributions of cash, but also grain, property, or livestock. 

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    Click here for Gifts of Grain brochure

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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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