It is our belief that community is more than geographic locale; we believe that it is an idea that exists in the minds of people sharing common goals and concerns. Based on that belief, our grantmaking seeks to develop a shared vision of building a sense of community.
Posted on by Kristi RhuleThe Gibson Community Foundation is now accepting online applications for their Community Good Grants Program. The deadline to submit applications is August 5, 2021. The Foundation awards Community Good grants to charitable partners located in or directly serving Gibson County. Funding opportunities are available to support a broad range of local needs. Grants are normally […]Read More
Posted on by Kristi RhuleThe Gibson County Community Foundation has announced grant recipients of the three Betty Ann McCullough educational grants programs. The Betty Ann McCullough Education Seminar and Convocation Grants Program, the Betty Ann McCullough Enrichment Project Grants Program, and the Betty Ann McCullough Teaching Achievement Grant Program provide funding for educational programs in Gibson County. These programs […]Read More
Posted on by Kristi RhuleThe Betty Ann McCullough Education Seminar and Convocation Grant Program, the Betty Ann McCullough Enrichment Project Grant Program, and the Betty Ann McCullough Teaching Achievement Grant Program are now accepting applications. These three grant programs are administered by the Gibson County Community Foundation. The application deadline is April 9, 2021. Betty Ann McCullough was an educator for the North Gibson School Corporation for more than 40 years and a strong supporter […]Read More