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 Rhule(Petersburg, Indiana) The Pike County Community Foundation is now accepting online applications for their Community Good Grants Program. The deadline to submit applications is September 15, 2020. The Foundation awards Community Good Grants to charitable partners located in or directly serving Pike County. Funding opportunities are available to support a broad range of local needs. […]Read More
Posted on by Kristi RhuleThe Community Foundation Alliance announced today that it is making up to $1 million in emergency funding available to southwestern Indiana nonprofit organizations at the forefront of helping local communities impacted by COVID-19. The funding will support a variety of response activities throughout the Alliance service region, comprised of 9 affiliate Community Foundations in Daviess, […]Read More
Posted on by Kristi Rhule(Petersburg, Indiana) The Pike County Community Foundation has announced that Madison Warner is the recipient of the 2020 Pike County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. The scholarship provides full-tuition, required fees, and an annual stipend of up to $900 for required books and equipment for four years of full-time undergraduate study leading to a baccalaureate degree. Madison is the daughter of Renea Miller of Petersburg and John Warner of Lynnville. She is a senior at Pike Central High School and […]Read More