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Seeger Film Club is a recipient of a grant for nine free summer movies at the historic theatre.
Thanks to Foundation support tails are wagging at Paws-n-Claws Animal Shelter.
Generous support allows Fountain Central students to attend the Museum of Science & Industry.
The popular 4.2 mile Covington Circle Trail is a project of the Foundation.
WICF Executive Director:
Mr. Dale White
- dwhite@wicf-inc.org
Phone: 765-793-0702
Fax: 765-793-0703
We know your organization can thrive and serve community needs with assistance from the Foundation to grow an endowment, secure a grant or build your organization.  I encourage you to give us a call to talk about the opportunities. Questions? Give me a call (765) 793-0702, ext. 4.

News & Events
   Coming Soon! Snakes Alive! Covington Community Foundation will be hosting its 43rd semi-annual Family Night on Wednesday, October 8 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm ~ A late afternoon/early evening of great food and family entertainment at the Beef House Banquet Hall

This year's fall event will feature "Snake Head Ed" Ferrer's Remarkable Reptile Show 'Snakes Alive!'  Tickets are only $5 for adults and FREE for youth. Tickets MUST be purchased in advance by calling 793-0702, ext. 3. Seating is limited.

Covington Community Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the V. Edward & Diana (Johnson) Grogg Unrestricted FundEd and Diana, of Carmel, IN, are 1978 graduates of Covington High School and Attica High School, respectively.  They both earned their college degrees from Indiana University.  The Grogg’s desire to “give-back” to the Covington community as a result of V. Edward’s positive childhood and youth experiences in the Covington community and through his education and extra-curricular activities in the Covington Community School Corporation.  “As a youth I didn’t realize how fortunate I was to come from such a close-knit, small town community. After living in a few other communities I came to realize how blessed I was.  It’s time to give-back and make a difference in my hometown.” Ed stated. 

The Grogg’s are especially interested in supporting innovative and creative problem-solving projects that have the potential to make significant long-term impact in the Covington community.
The projects may be in a wide-variety of areas, including, but not limited to: education, health & wellness, economic improvement, community leadership development, park & recreation ventures, child & youth activities, senior citizen endeavors, school-based initiatives, visitors & tourism promotion, and others.

Covington Community Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Jack Hunter Memorial Scholarship Fund.  This fund, established by family and friends of Jack, will provide support for CHS graduates pursuing higher education at Indiana State University.  Priority will be given to students with a strong commitment to community/volunteer service and school/work (attendance).  For more details on the scholarship visit us on Facebook.  Donations in memory of Jack can be made online or mailed to: Covington Community Foundation, ATTN: Jack Hunter Memorial Scholarship Fund, PO Box 175, Covington, IN 47932-0175.

 Covington Community Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Donald L. Crowder Endowment Fund.  This fund, established in Donnie's honor by his fellow Covington High School classmates of 1964, will provide support for projects at the Covington City Park and for youth related activities that may take place in venues outside the Covington City Park.  Visit our Facebook page for more details.

 Covington Community Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Ian Claypool Hero Scholarship.  This scholarship will provide an award to a CHS graduate pursuing a human health care careeer in the areas of nursing, medicine, or a medical technology field.  For more details on Ian's story visit us on Facebook.

   Age Does Have its Rewards!  The Community Foundation is now offering the following rates on our Gift Annuities.  Age 60 = 4.4%, 65 = 4.7%, 70 = 5.1%, 75 = 5.8%, 80 = 6.8%, 85 = 7.8%, 90+ = 9%. CALL TODAY (765-793-0702) for more details or to get started!

  Check out these funds that benefit your community.
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   Congratulations to recent grant recipients: Fountain/Warren Honor Band ($750), City of Attica ($3,000), Attica Elementary School ($1,500), Attica Heritage Days ($787), Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry ($1,000), Southeast Fountain Elementary School ($1,000), Salvation Army ($1,500), Covington Public Library ($8,000), Excel Haiti Missions ($1,600). More →  

  Congratulations to the 150 Fountain County students who were awarded $285,000 in scholarships this spring thru the Community Foundation. More →

  Read the Foundation Forum and Visions in Personal Planning newsletters. Learn about recent grants, new endowment funds, upcoming events and more... →

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Western Indiana
Community Foundation
135 S. Stringtown Rd.
PO Box 175
Covington, IN. 47932
Phone: 765-793-0702
Fax: 765-793-0703
- info@wicf-inc.org
Community Foundation
P.O. Box 175
Covington, IN. 47932
Phone: 765-793-0702
Fax: 765-793-0703
- CCF@wicf-inc.org
Current Endowment Funds
Community Foundation
P.O. Box 161
Attica, IN. 47918
Phone: 765-764-1259
Fax: 765-764-1259
- ACF@wicf-inc.org
Current Endowment Funds
Southeast Fountain
Community Foundation
P.O. Box 95
Veedersburg, IN. 47987
Phone: 765-397-3771
Fax: -
- SFCF@wicf-inc.org
Current Endowment Funds
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