The Table Rock Lake Community Foundation and the Taney County Community Foundation are pleased to announce the creation of the Tri Lakes Board of Realtors Good Neighbor Fund. This corporate grantmaking fund was established by the Tri Lakes Board of Realtors to support their organization’s charitable giving efforts in support of the communities where they do business.
Representatives from the Tri Lakes Board of Realtors presented the leaders of the two community foundations serving the area with a check for $10,000 to establish the fund with on Thursday, February 28. The fund will be dual listed with the Table Rock Lake and Taney County Community Foundations. The Good Neighbor Fund was established as a corporate grantmaking fund, one of several types of funds available to businesses electing to partner with Community Foundation of the Ozarks or one of its 40 affiliate foundations for their charitable endeavors.
Ozarks business of all sizes have worked with Community Foundation of the Ozarks or one of the 40 regional affiliate foundations to give something back to their community. Some of the key benefits of creating a corporate charitable fund with CFO include: sound charitable fund management, access to foundation resources, and participation in important foundation initiatives.
Photo: Janetta Cole, Tri Lakes Board of Realtors president, presents a check for $10,000 to Winter Skelton, Community Foundation of the Ozarks; Doug Jordan, Taney County Community Foundation president; and Jim Riddle, Table Rock Community Foundation president.
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More information about creating a corporate charitable fund with CFO is available here.
Hood-Rich, Inc, a Springfield-based architectural and engineering firm, recently made donations supporting grantmaking efforts of five affiliate foundations, including the Taney County Community Foundation, through the Harry Cooper Supply Company Campaign for the Ozarks.