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WCCF Announces $100,000 Youth Grant Opportunity
On June 1, WCCF announced a new Request for Proposals focused on strengthening
Youth Building resources for our White County youth.  Up to two grants will be
awarded from a total available grant pool of $100,000. [click here] for complete story
Deadline for submission is September 16, 2013.  Click here for application
WCCF Holds Seventh Annual Women Giving Together Fund Luncheon
On June 14, over 200 women gathered at the Brandywine Convention Center in
Monticello to celebrate the exciting impact women’s philanthropy is having in our
community.  Nancy Skinner was honored, in memoriam, as our WGT Woman of the
Year, together with all members of our county extension homemakers clubs.  
Keynote speaker Janet Ayres inspired and challenged our guests, and 2012 WGT
grant recipients were thanked for their tireless Efforts to assist White County’s
women and families.  [click here] for highlights and photos  
Women Giving Together Fund  2013 Grant Applications due October 1.
A total of approximately $9000 is available for grants from WCCF’s Women Giving
Together Fund in 2013.  Application [link] is available online or from the Foundation
office.  Grant requests must address issues relating to women and families.
The Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette Announces New CEO
At its July 2013 meeting, The Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette (CFGL)
board of directors unanimously approved Marianne Curtis Rose to succeed Greg
Kapp as President & CEO.

Rose has served as The Foundation's Director of Development for the past nine
years, during which time The Community Foundation's development program
advanced into a truly valued resource for all things related to community-based
philanthropy. She replaces Kapp who leaves The Community Foundation after four
years of service to join Purdue University as assistant vice president for development
operations. Rose began her new role August 12.

WCCF is grateful for Greg Kapp’s invaluable service to our community and
enthusiastically welcomes Marianne Rose to White County.