Posts Tagged ‘High’

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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Nurturing Fathers: Fledgling McLean County Fatherhood Coalition Helps Men With Their Vital Role

Reprinted with Permission from The Pantagraph By Paul Swiech, Pantagraph Health Editor; Photo by David Proeber BLOOMINGTON — Tylin Davis learned what it meant to be a father when his fiancee had a medical complication following the birth of their daughter and was rushed to emergency surgery. “I prayed to God, ‘please don’t take my…

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IPCF Seeks Philanthropist Nominees

Illinois Prairie Community Foundation

For Immediate Release BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – Illinois Prairie Community Foundation is seeking nominations for its 2019 Philanthropist(s) of the Year. An individual, couple or family will be honored at the Community Foundation’s Celebrating Local Philanthropy Luncheon at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center in Normal on Nov. 14, 2019. Nominees must reside in McLean, DeWitt,…

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IPCF Awards 77 Grants to Nonprofits

Illinois Prairie Community Foundation

BLOOMINGTON, Ill.  – Illinois Prairie Community Foundation has awarded $140,613 in three categories of grants to 77 programs in McLean, DeWitt, Livingston and Logan counties. Grants ranged from $500 to $5,230. Funding came from the Jerome Mirza Foundation, donors to the Community Foundation’s annual campaign and several endowments at the Community Foundation. Receiving 42 General…

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‘Unique Power:’ ISU’s Art Station Shows Youths What’s Possible

Reprinted with Permission from The Pantagraph By Lenore Sobota, Education Reporter; Photos by Lewis Marien BLOOMINGTON — When you visit an after-school art class with children from kindergarten through fifth grade, you expect a bit of chaos, questions, curiosity and chatter — not a lot of deep thought and introspection. But sometimes the most insightful…

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