As often as possible, we like to 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.
Care to Learn – Greenfield Fund – This field of interest capacity fund will support emergency health, hunger and hygiene needs of students in the Greenfield school district. It should be invested in cash and is NOT with the affiliate. It came with a check for $300.
Care to Learn – Hazelwood Fund – This fund will support the emergency health, hunger and hygiene needs of Hazelwood School District students.
Care to Learn – St. Charles Fund – This endowment will support emergency health, hunger and hygiene needs of students in the St. Charles School District.
Care to Learn – Warren County RIII Fund – This capacity fund will support students in emergency need of health, hunger or hygiene items in Warren County RIII School District.
The Drury Fund – This fund will support the mission and activities of Drury University, primarily for Cause Momentum projects.
Marjorie Ferguson Memorial Scholarship Fund – The Windsor High School Master Scholarship Endowment Fund established this scholarship fund. This is a component of the Truman Lake Community Foundation.
Finley River Fine Artists Fund – This fund will promote and educate the community about fine arts in the Finley River region. It is a component of the Finley River Community Foundation.
Amelia Harris Fisher Memorial Endowment Fund – This endowment was established by the Cape Girardeau Public Schools Foundation.
M and V Gray Family Fund – Mike and Virginia Gray established this family and community fund to assist with their personal giving. It is a component of the Community Foundation of Southwest Missouri.
GSAF Disaster Relief Fund – This fund established by the Greater Seymour Area Foundation will assist 501c3 nonprofits, churches, government entities or schools in disaster related efforts.
Hickory Hills Golf Scholarship Fund – Randy Voss established this scholarship to assist with higher education costs for young people who have been on the golf staff at Hickory Hills Country Club.
The Lakeland High School Vocational Scholarship Fund – Ron and Kay Grunig established this scholarship fund to assist students who choose to pursue vocational training. It is a component fund of the Truman Lake Community Foundation.
John B. Mais Scholarship Fund – This scholarship fund established by John’s mother, Norbertine Mais, will assist Lawrence County seniors with a preference for students pursuing agriculture or engineering degrees. This is a component fund of the Aurora Area Community Foundation.
Missouri Youth Soccer Passback Program Fund – This organizational capacity fund established by the Missouri Youth Soccer Association will help support, foster, and perpetuate the game of soccer in Missouri.
Nixa Boy Scout Troop 200 Campbell Scholarship Fund – This fund will support the Boy Scout Troop through the Nixa Christian Church. It is a component of the Nixa Community Foundation.
The Ruth and Gene Ridenhour MD Scholarship Fund – This scholarship fund established by the Maries County R-2 School District and Maries County R-2 School Foundation will assist students from Belle High School who will be attending State Technical College of Missouri. It is a component fund of the Meramec Regional Community Foundation.
Sadler-Paxton Memorial Scholarship Fund – The Windsor High School Master Scholarship Endowment Fund established this scholarship fund. This is a component of the Truman Lake Community Foundation.
Samaritan Center Maintenance Account Fund – This fund will support the Samaritan Center in Clinton, Mo. It is a component of the Truman Lake Community Foundation.
Summersville School Foundation Endowment Fund – This endowment fund will hold long term monies for the school foundation.
Summersville School Foundation Fund – This fund establishes the Summersville School Foundation. It will distribute back to the school district for activities of the Foundation.