ORDER NOW! “Apple Pies for Hope!”

Order the popular Dutch Apple Pies that benefits the women and children at Hope Springs Women’s Safe House, located in Fountain County. Their mission is to provide an accepting, loving home environment in the Spirit of Jesus where residents can recover from the effects of domestic violence. The Shelter is currently full.  Last day to order is Wednesday, October 24!

This year’s goal is to sell over 1,500 pies @ $12/each ($18,000!). For more info about Hope Springs and online pie ordering go to: www.goo.gl/P4Zq4H.

Recent Grant Recipients

Congratulations to recent grant recipients:
Vermillion County 4-H ($1,000), Fountain County 4-H ($500), Seeger Film Club ($900), Valley Professionals Community Health Center ($1,300), Attica High School ($7,000), Veedersburg Summer Park Program ($3,000), Clinton Fire Department ($1,000), Attica Elementary School ($1,000), NICHES Land Trust ($5,000), South Vermillion High School Cheer Team ($100), Fountain Central High School Academic Honors Banquet ($2,000), Attica Fire Department ($4,380), Covington Police Department ($2,250), Clinton Public Library ($200), Southeast Fountain Elementary School ($1,500), Attica Free Methodist Church ($2,000), Covington Summer Park Program ($4,000).  More →  

Scholarship Recipients Announced

Nearly 150 students in Fountain and Vermillion County are the recipients of over $250,000 in scholarship awards to be used for their academic pursuits in 2018-2019.  Check this site often for new scholarship opportunities and other updates.

4-H Fairgrounds Partners with Community Foundation

Western Indiana Community Foundation is pleased to announce its partnership with the Fountain County 4-H Council.

According to Dale White, CEO of the Foundation says, “The 4-H Council has established a pass-thru fund with the Community Foundation for the purpose of making improvements to the community building at the Fountain County 4-H Fairgrounds.  Members of the Council have recently begun to raise funds to upgrade the restrooms, refresh parts of the concession – kitchen area and make other updates to the building.  On the exterior they hope to improve the drainage and expand the parking area.  The Foundation will be processing all donations for this project.” 

Donations may be made on the Donate Here! link on this page or mailed to Western Indiana Community Foundation, ATTN: 4-H Fairgrounds – Capital Improvement Fund, PO Box 175, Covington, IN 47932.