SUPPORT OUR WORK.
How to Contribute  

“You cannot live a perfect day without doing something for someone
who will never be able to repay you.”

– John Wooden, College Basketball Coach and
Martinsville High School graduate

Countless area residents partner with the Community Foundation of Morgan County, Inc. to bring their philanthropic vision to life.  Whether they feel passionately about the education, health and social services, the environment, and the arts…and the list goes on and on…they can stretch their donor dollars by partnering with the foundation.

Our funds are professionally managed and monitored, so they yield steady earnings that will continue to enhance the community for years to come.  Gifts may create new funds or continue supporting established funds that address needs, support interests, provide encouragement for new ideas and ensure resources for proven programs.  These gifts can take a variety of forms: cash, securities, closely held stock, mutual funds, real estate or insurance policies.  Donors can be very specific about how their gifts will be used or they can entrust the CFMC to determine where and when their funds will make the best impact.  Persons interested in including the foundation in their estate plans can explore that option with their personal attorney or with our legal advisor.

Another way you can invest in the quality of life in Morgan County is to donate to one of the two charitable funds listed below that support the work we do.  The Community Foundation of Morgan County, Inc. established these funds to support the foundation’s general operations and to address changing needs throughout Morgan County now and in the future.
         

Evergreen Endowment:

This fund provides permanent support of our operations.

 

Common Wealth Endowment: Through our grant making program, this unrestricted endowment Fund addresses needs in Morgan County.


Contact us
to make a donation or if you need additional information about the charitable giving options available through the foundation.

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