Who is CFMC?
The Community Foundation of Morgan County (CFMC) is our county’s philanthropic leader. CFMC stewards over 180 funds, which keep families’ legacy dollars and charity causes radiating at a grassroots level. We are also home to over $100,000 in scholarships to our high school seniors annually and one of the leading grantors in the county awarding annually over $50,000 to nonprofits serving Morgan County.
What does CFMC do?
In addition to stewarding funds, awarding grants to nonprofits serving Morgan County, as well as scholarships to high school seniors, CFMC collaborates with and intimately supports non-profits addressing any need and works closely with our schools to create dynamic future leaders. We approach community efforts through upstream prevention methods and look for future proactive solutions in response to current community needs.
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Do you have specific areas of focus?
The benefit of having our pulse on our county’s greatest needs and an in-depth knowledge of our communities’ inner workings is that we can navigate our focus areas to align with evolving needs. Currently, CFMC focuses our grantmaking efforts to pioneer k-12 workforce development to bridge the gap between high school and students’ future careers, k-12 mental health and improving quality of life initiatives.
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What kind of grants do you offer?
CFMC offers three different grants, each with their own cycle. Each of our grants are for non-profits and civic organizations serving Morgan County.
Grant information can be found HERE.
Who can receive your grants?
CFMC invites all charitable organizations including charitable 501(c)(3) status organizations, schools, churches, and governments who serve Morgan County residents to apply for our grants.
How long have you been in business?
22 years ago, the Mooresville Community Foundation and the Community Foundation of Morgan County merged to align efforts and strengthen local philanthropy.
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Where are you located?
CFMC is on the west side of the square in Downtown Martinsville
60 W Morgan Street
Martinsville, IN 46151
Mailing Address: PO Box 1413, Martinsville, IN 46151
The mission of the CFMC is to connect donors and their charitable giving with our evolving community needs in order to enhance the quality of life for current and future generations through impact grant making.
The vision of the CFMC is to be the philanthropic leader and a catalyst in order to maximize available resources in our county.
The Community Foundation of Morgan County (CFMC) was founded on January 5, 2000, in a partnership with the Mooresville Community Foundation and Morgan County Community Foundation. The historic Academy Building on the Newby Campus in Mooresville was CFMC’s original location. Every year, CFMC distributes thousands of dollars in grants and scholarships to local nonprofit organizations and students. We also collaborate with other nonprofits on major initiatives to improve our community. In late 2010, during our 10th anniversary, a generous couple made a donation which made it possible for us to purchase our own building on the Martinsville square. In January 2011, we opened our office on Main Street in downtown Martinsville. We are now located inside 60 on the Square. Our physical address is 60 W. Morgan Street, Martinsville, IN 46151. Mail is accepted through our PO Box. Please send mail to PO Box 1413, Martinsville, IN 46151.
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The board of directors is the governing body of CFMC. Individuals who sit on this board are responsible for overseeing our activities. They meet periodically to discuss and vote on the affairs of this organization. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org