It is our belief that community is more than geographic locale; we believe that it is an idea that exists in the minds of people sharing common goals and concerns. Based on that belief, our grantmaking seeks to develop a shared vision of building a sense of community.
Posted on by Jesika EllisGibson County, Indiana—The evening of Thursday, May 16th, donors to the Women’s Fund of Gibson County and their guests gathered at the Broadway House Bistro in Princeton. The gathering provided an opportunity for attendees to enjoy fellowship and a meal, while donors did the important work of selecting this year’s grant recipients. Potential recipients completed […]Read More
Posted on by Jesika EllisGibson County, Indiana—The Gibson County Community Foundation has announced grant recipients of the Betty Ann McCullough grant program. The program provides funding for educational programs in Gibson County. The program is made possible through the generous support of Betty Ann McCullough who was an educator for the North Gibson School Corporation for more than 40 […]Read More
Posted on by Jesika EllisGibson County, Indiana—Friday, June 14 is the deadline to apply for the $1,000 Larry A. Kissel Purdue Challenge Scholarship and the $1,700 Bob Key Memorial Education Scholarship, both administered by the Gibson County Community Foundation. The Larry A Kissel Purdue Challenge Scholarship was established by John and Phyllis Kissel in memory of their son, who died in a 1995 train accident. The award recognizes and encourages academic perseverance. […]Read More