Hickory County Community Improvement Foundation meets Cooper Campaign goal

The Hickory County Community Improvement Foundation has successfully completed the Harry Cooper Supply Company Campaign for the Ozarks. The Cooper Campaign is a matching grant program offered by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks that provides matching funds for local community grant making. In order to meet the challenge, the Hickory County Foundation raised $10,000. The Cooper Challenge provided a dollar for dollar match to funds raised locally for a total of $20,000 for the Hickory County Community Improvement Foundation.

Pictured above: (left to right) Walter Darling, Pam Jackson, Alisa Carter from the Hickory County Community Improvement Foundation accept a check from Winter Skelton representing matching funds for the Harry Cooper Supply Company Campaign for the Ozarks.

The Hickory County Community Improvement Foundation received its matching check today from CFO representative Winter Skelton. The Harry Cooper Supply Company Campaign for the Ozarks is a dollar for dollar challenge grant in partnership with the Community Foundation of the Ozarks that is part of an overall regional effort to enhance community grantmaking endowments, establish administrative/operations endowments, and promote appropriate and best practices by community foundation board of directors. This initiative is made possible through the generosity of the Harry Cooper Supply Company. See more photos and news from the Cooper Campaign here.

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