Gibson County Community Foundation

The Community Foundation is a charitable resource devoted to our local community. We help people make meaningful gifts that improve life in Gibson County today and for generations to come.

The Community Foundation can help you…

Make a difference where it matters
Invest in the future of the community you love
Create greater good together

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gibson Grant Programs

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.

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gibson Scholarships

The Foundation administers separate scholarship funds established by individuals, families, corporations, and organizations to assist local students in pursuit of advanced education.

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News & Events

2018 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program Opens

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Princeton, Indiana – The Gibson County Community Foundation is now accepting applications online for the 2018 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program. The scholarship is open to Indiana high school students who will be graduating from an accredited Indiana high school by June 2018. To learn more about conditions for the award, eligibility requirements, selection criteria […]
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Gibson County Community Good Grant Applications Now Being Accepted

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Gibson County, Indiana – The Gibson County Community Foundation, a partner of the Community Foundation Alliance in Evansville, Indiana, announce that applications for the 2017 Gibson County Community Good Grants program are now being accepted. Funding requests are welcomed for charitable projects and activities that address needs and opportunities in the community, in the areas of health, human […]
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Foundation Grants Help Keep Gibson County Communities Safer

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The house is on fire, there is an accident, a medical emergency…who responds? If you are in the Barton Township Fire Territory, farmers, coal miners, mechanics, nurses, and factory workers, among others, respond. They lay down their tools, push back from the table, get out of bed, and go to any emergency when a call for help […]
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