COMING SOON ~ Family Night!

Covington Community Foundation will be hosting its 47th semi-annual Family Night on Wednesday, April 5 from 4:30pm – 6:30pm ~ a late afternoon/early evening of great food and family entertainment at the Beef House Banquet Hall.

This year's spring event will feature popular magician, Daniel Lee.  Daniel’s magic is highly interactive with lots of audience participation.  He will combine sleight-of-hand, comedy and illusion to create a magical, unforgettable experience for you.  

Tickets are only $5 for adults and FREE for youth.  Tickets MUST be purchased in advance by calling 793-0702 or visiting the Foundation office at 135 S. Stringtown Rd., Covington.  Seating is limited.

Wildcat Scholarship Fund Established

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.

Recent Grant Recipients

Congratulations to recent grant recipients:
Wabash Valley Alliance ($1,800), Valley Child Development Center ($1,000), Attica School Corp. & City of Attica ($3,000), North Vermillion High School ($500), Attica Public Library ($705), Clinton First United Methodist Church – Back Pack Program ($500), Fountain County Traffic Safety Partnership ($4,500), Cayuga Area Revitalization Effort – C.A.R.E. ($400), Fountain County Art Council ($29,000), Rockfield Cemetery Association ($3,850), Mount Hope Cemetery Association ($3,918), Hillcrest Community Center ($500), Hub Civic Center ($5,000), South Vermillion High School ($1,400), Covington Music Boosters ($6,319), Attica High School – Travel & Adventure Club ($6,000), Covington Park Program ($4,000), Fountain-Warren County Health Department ($300), Sterling Christian Church ($1,500), Veedersburg Summer Park Program ($4,000), Miss Fountain County 4-H Fair Queen Pageant ($300), and Community Action Program of Western Indiana ($10,000).  More →  

Endowment Funds

Check out these funds that benefit your community.
* Wildcat Scholarship Fund benefits… More →
* Fountain County Courthouse Murals Preservation Fund restores… More →
* Friends of the Rob Roy Covered Bridge help to… More →
* Dr. Roger K. Duncan Education Scholarship Fund provides… More →
* Kingman Volunteer Firefighters Fund assists… More →
* Dr. Leonard & Marsha Orr Fund supports… More →
* Vermillion County Community Fund aids… More