Making the Most of 2020

“The year 2020 presented Ripley County with a whirlwind of challenges, yet through the power of teamwork, we were able to overcome each obstacle successfully,” stated Executive Director, Amy Streator in the 2020 Annual Report. For the Ripley County Community Foundation (RCCF), 2020 solidified that Ripley County is a great place to be, with compassionate, caring, and dedicated people. Because the Foundation received support from donors, RCCF was able to grow and continue serving the community. RCCF ended the year with $15 million in assets, once again a new high. Our initiatives were able to get creative, think outside the box, and develop programs to support all ages. Big projects are in the works for 2021, and we are so excited to share with you what we have planned. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers and donors. We couldn’t “Connect People Who Care with Causes that Matter” without you!


Day of Giving

Unite with us on our Day of Giving, November 5, 2021 from 8AM – 4PM, because “Together We Are Stronger”! Donations into an endowed fund

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The Ripley County Community Foundation is thrilled to welcome two new interns, Abe Streator and Frank Moorman. The Ripley County Community Foundation’s High School Internship

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JOIN LOCAL FOOTBALL TEAMS – Batesville High School, Milan High School, and Oldenburg Academy as they team up for the 2021 season to Turnover Hunger,

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Chalktoberfest 2021

The second Chalktoberfest will be held on Saturday, October 9, 2021 from 8:00AM – 11:30AM with the winners being announced by noon. Again this year,

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