Ripley County Community Foundationis a vehicle for people of all means to make a lasting difference in their community. The central purpose is to serve the needs and philanthropic aims of donors who wish to better their community, now and in the future.
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To assist donors in building an enduring source of charitable assets to benefit the citizens and qualified organizations of Ripley County.
To partner with and serve our communities as the trusted source for charitable giving, today and forever.
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Today we delivered a $500 grant to the Tyson Activity Center to purchase equipment for their senior exercise group. Thanks ladies for taking a break to pose for a photo!read more
The Foundation awarded $3,000 in small grants to six non-profits in the first quarter of 2019. The small grant cycle was developed to assist local charitable organizations with short-term immediate needs. The RCCF Board of Directors is pleased to announce the...read more
The Bill Gutzwiller and Janet Bozzelli Fund was established to support local students who plan to pursue degrees of higher education. In April, the Ripley County Community Foundation awarded $900 to the Ivy Tech Foundation with the purpose of supporting nursing...read more
Tammy Pickett was a lifelong resident of Ripley County who cherished her family and friends. Tammy tragically passed away on December 5, 2018 in a car accident. Tammy’s love for her community will live on through the “Tammy Pickett Memorial Scholarship” which was...read more
Hill-Rom employees used a team building exercise to benefit Ripley County. They assembled 45 bicycles and donated the bicycles to Ripley Youth Outreach to support RYO’s mission “to improve the lives of Ripley County’s youth.” Through this generous donation, Ripley...read more