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Phone / Fax / E-mail
P. (765) 832-8665 or (765) 793-0702
F. (765) 832-6824 or (765) 793-0703
* Staff are available by phone or e-mail: 8:00am-4-00pm / Monday-Friday
Street & Mailing Address
Vermillion County Community Foundation
PO Box 532
259 Vine Street
Clinton, IN 47842-0532
* Located in office building of Clinton City Hall
The application process is now open for high school seniors to apply for the Fountain County and Vermillion County ~ Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship, administered by the Western Indiana Community Foundation.
Students must apply by Friday, August 25 at: http://www.wicf-inc.org/scholarships.php.
The scholarship will provide for full tuition, required fees, and a special allocation of up to $900 per year for required books and required equipment for four years of undergraduate study on a full-time basis, leading to a baccalaureate degree at any Indiana public or private college or university.
For answers to your questions, please contact Kim Eaton at the Western Indiana Community Foundation at 793-0702, ext. 3.
Vermillion County Community Foundation is pleased to announce a $20,000 matching gift opportunity through its partnership with Elanco – Clinton Labs.
Combined, Elanco and the Vermillion County Community Foundation will match dollar-for-dollar the first $20,000 donated for the Vermillion County Fairgrounds/Cayuga Park Grandstand Project between now and December 31. A fire on January 26, 2017 destroyed the former historic grandstand that was built in 1933.
According to Dale White, executive director of the community foundation, “in partnership with Elanco (a division of Eli Lilly) we will match dollar-for-dollar any donation that is made towards the rebuilding of the grandstand until the matching goal of $20,000 has been reached. This will end up being a $40,000 donation to the project.”
“We can’t think of a better time to announce this matching gift opportunity than during the Vermillion County Fair Week. Thousands of Vermillion County citizens have benefitted from the use of the Fairgrounds over the decades and in particular, the popular grandstand. We cannot think of a better use of donated resources than to partner with the Vermillion County Fairgrounds/Cayuga Park Grandstand Project. We believe the fundraising goal of $20,000 can be achieved in a relatively short amount of time. Ideally, by the end of Fair Week. ”
Rebuilding and assorted costs are expected to exceed the amount reimbursed by insurance.
Donations may be made to: Vermillion County Community Foundation, ATTN: Grandstand Project, P.O. Box 532, Clinton, IN 47842 or online at www.wicf-inc.org.
For more details about this matching gift opportunity contact Dale White by phone at (765) 832-8665, ext. 4 or by e-mail
Vermillion County Community Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Wildcat Scholarship Fund.
According to Dale White, Chief Executive Officer of the Vermillion County Community Foundation, “The Wildcat Scholarship Fund will expand the opportunity for area youth to pursue their dream of attending a college, university or vocational trade school after completing high school. Two recipients will receive the award this year. The payout of approximately $1,500 this year will come from a portion of the earnings of the scholarship fund.”
The scholarship will assist graduates of South Vermillion High School who are pursuing a post-secondary degree. Applicants eligible for the scholarship must have a minimum GPA of 2.5. Other selection criteria taken into consideration includes the applications community service, extracurricular activities and/or employment and financial need. The scholarship will be awarded at the May senior awards night.
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