Welcome to the Caring Community Foundation
ENHANCING VIBRANT COMMUNITIES IN NORTHEAST KANSAS
When people do good, they feel good. CCF makes it easy. We serve as a leader, a catalyst, a trusted resource to help initiate and grow your philanthropic ideas.
You know your community like no one else. Donate to a fund to help meet the needs that mean the most to you in your home town. Or, give back to your community by creating a “Community Good” fund to help provide assistance for your community’s greatest needs.
Let the CCF enhance your efforts to help ensure a strong and vibrant future for your community. Funds endowed with the CCF will continue to bring good to your community into perpetuity, forever.
What is a Community Foundation?
The Caring Community Foundation (CCF) is about connecting, growing and giving – growing funds for the future of our local communities and connecting donors to needs they care about, right here at home.
Caring Community Foundation Announces Grant Opportunity
We believe that the history, culture and architecture of our downtowns can be a positive driving force for economic development. We believe that appearances matter. We believe in partnership. And we believe that small efforts can inspire big success.
Two $1000 awards are available to help revitalization efforts in the small towns of Pottawatomie and/or Marshall Counties.
Applications are available here and are due August 31, 2018.
For more information contact Susie Kufahl, Executive Director, P.O. Box 54, 307 Leonard Street, Onaga, KS. email@example.com
A Chocolate Affair For People Who Care
100 People Who Care
The future belongs to those who care enough to build it.
The Caring Community Foundation hosted the Diamond Anniversary Gala for Community HealthCare System (CHCS) on November 4th. The purpose of this event was to celebrate the anniversary and to kick off funding for the hospital’s new infusion room. 200 people attended, had a great time and were very generous. Proceeds exceeded $25,000. Thank you all for your support!
Caring Community Foundation Announced Revitalization Grants