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Celebrating Local Philanthropy Workshop, Lunch – Nov. 14, 2019

Mark your calendars now for the date of the 2019 Celebrating Local Philanthropy events. IPCF’s annual workshop and luncheon will be Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center in Normal. Nonprofits Workshop will take place from 8-11:30 a.m., followed by the Celebrating Local Philanthropy luncheon from noon-1 p.m. Click for more details about…

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Atlanta Community Comes Together to Create Museum Exhibit

‘Classrooms & Community’ Complements Smithsonian’s ‘Crossroads: Change in Rural America’ Display In a perfect example of how small rural communities can rally around a common goal, the residents of Atlanta and Logan County came together to create a new exhibit for the Atlanta Museum. Called “Classrooms & Community: Changes in Rural America’s Sense of Community,” the…

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IPCF Offers $140,000 in 2019 Grant Opportunities

Illinois Prairie Community Foundation

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – Illinois Prairie Community Foundation will accept applications for grants in three categories from February 1-28, 2019. Interested applicants may find information about the grants on IPCF’s website along with links to the online applications. The Community Foundation expects to grant out more than $140,000 during this grant round. These grants provide support…

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McLean County Diversity Project Scholar Donates $2,800 to School Libraries

Reprinted with permission by The Pantagraph BLOOMINGTON — A simple yet forceful love of reading pushed a Chiddix Junior High student to raise nearly $3,000 to help fill school libraries in the Twin Cities. For his annual community service project as a McLean County Diversity Project scholar, 13-year-old Revanth Reddy Poondru started Blo-No Books and…

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Women to Women Grants Presentations

The Women to Women Giving Circle Grants Committee has asked six grant applicants to make presentations about their grant programs. Each of grant finalists will have a total of 15 minutes to discuss their proposed programs and answer questions from the grants committee. The focus of 2019 grants is programs that offer early intervention to…

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