Nearly $436,000 in grant funding will be distributed to eleven Clinton County nonprofit organizations, announced The LEGACY Fund grant committee, in partnership with the Clinton County Foundation.
Decision makers for The LEGACY committee are Harry Brumbaugh, Janet Dixon, Joe Hete, Michelle Morrison and Clinton County Commissioner, Brenda Woods. The committee ensures that each organization is eligible for funding, weighs the community need, and guarantees that the projects are in alignment with The LEGACY Fund’s mission to support the health, well-being and safety of Clinton County residents.
The LEGACY Fund invests in a broad range of nonprofit organizations working to strengthen and improve Clinton County. Grant funds are made available across specific categories, based on the guidance of the governing committee. Committee members are appointed by the Clinton County Commissioners and are committed to providing ongoing financial, charitable support.
The grantees for 2022 are:
The LEGACY Fund was established with a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Clinton Memorial Hospital by the Clinton County Commissioners. The funds are placed with the Clinton County Foundation and invested to ensure that annual distributions will be available to the community through The LEGACY Fund and it’s committee. The Clinton County Foundation is a nationally accredited charitable foundation that serves donors, nonprofits, and businesses to fulfil their philanthropic dreams and plans.