Every Friday, we share the news of new groups and individuals choosing to make philanthropic gifts and investments in their community. You can read more about types of funds available at CFO here. Click here for a full list of non-profit Agency Partners. For more information on fund types and how to get involved, contact Winter Skelton at email@example.com.
Virgil and Patsy Beaty Scholarship Fund – Virgil and Patsy Beaty established this scholarship which will award to a graduate of Lakeland High School in Deepwater, Mo., who demonstrates financial need with first preference for a recipient in a technical field such as engineering, math, science or a trade school. This is a component of the Truman Lake Community Foundation.
Landaker Perpetual Care Fund – Virgil Beaty and the Landaker Cemetery Association established this fund for the historic preservation and public beautification of the Landaker cemetery in Lowry City, Mo. This is a component fund of the Truman Lake Community Foundation.
MBHF Community Assisting Medical Patients Fund – The Missouri Baptist Hospital Foundation/Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital established this organizational capacity fund for the CAMP program. This is a new AP in the health category, and is a component of the Crawford County Foundation.
New Springfield Association for the Blind Short Term Fund – This fund will hold monies to assist the newly formed organization with its activities. This makes the organization a new AP in the social services category.
Rogersville Branch Library Fund – The Webster County Library established this organizational capacity fund to benefit the Rogersville branch from a bequest. This is a component of the Marshfield Area Community Foundation.
Southwest Missouri Office on Aging Foundation Short Term Fund – The Southwest Missouri Office on Aging established this fund to hold more immediate monies. They are a new AP in the social services category.
Southwest Missouri Office on Aging Foundation Long Term Fund – The Southwest Missouri Office on Aging established this endowment fund to help with their sustainability.
Willow Springs Back to School Fair Fund – The Willow Springs Rotary Club established this fund to provide school supplies to those in need. This is a component fund of the Willow Springs Community Foundation.