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CFMC Capacity Grant Applications are Open!

CFMC aims to enhance the quality of life for current and future Morgan County residents.Through competitive impact grants, we strive to partner with strong community organizations and help leverage resources to create lasting impact.The foundation aims to support creative approaches to community needs by providing grants which will benefit a wide range of people. Capacity […]

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

As 2021 comes to an end, The Community Foundation of Morgan County (CFMC) wants to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year. While 2021 went by quickly, CFMC did a lot of great work in Morgan County last year. Our community is resilient and the efforts CFMC focused on […]

CFMC’s 2022 Scholarship Applications Are Now Open!

Have you heard the buzz? It’s scholarship season for Morgan County high school seniors attending a Morgan County school or for seniors living in Morgan County (such as Indian Creek High School). We’ve posted on our social media pages, and are working with each high school, but we are asking you to help us share […]

2021’s Community Development Efforts in Review

Before the pandemic, CFMC worked with a third party to survey every community within Morgan County. Both adults and youth were heard. Once surveys were completed, in-person focus groups were facilitated to dig deeper into desired changes, aspirations, and community concerns. We posted the results here on CFMC’s website: https://cfmconline.org/community-development/. You can read about survey […]

Santa’s Coming….to Eminence!

The Eminence Jr/Sr High School is excited to announce the first annual Eminence Christmas Extravaganza! Sponsored by the National Honor Society and the administration team, the Jr/Sr High School is excited to reach out to the families in our community and provide them with a fun and inviting North Pole experience! Eminence elementary students and […]

Mooresville Announces 200th Birthday Celebration with Plans Underway

Mooresville has a big birthday coming up in 2024. We will turn 200 years old! We plan on celebrating this special occasion all year long and we would love to have your help and input. We believe this celebration will be a big opportunity to showcase our great town in a way that will position Mooresville for […]

Monrovia Mentoring Program to Restart in January

Originally developed and launched pre-Covid 19, the Monrovia Mentoring Program was underway in 2019 for Monrovia’s middle school students to develop resiliency skills.  It’s no surprise that children are exposed at a younger age to stresses and influences that expose them beyond their years. This mentoring program provided a set weekly schedule with an evidence-based […]

Supporting local is what keeps our community alive!

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Community Foundation of Morgan County.  Thanksgiving is a time of year to celebrate our blessings and spend time with those we love. In Morgan County leaves are beginning to change color, the sun glistens through the trees with morning dew, and the deer are running wild. Just […]

Morgan County Food Pantry Alliance Joins to Fight Hunger County-Wide

CFMC and Purdue Extension partnered together to discuss more useful ways to distribute food resources. Many Morgan County food pantries lack spacious refrigeration, enough volunteers during open service hours and have braved many other challenges through the last few years’ pandemic. This coalition, named Morgan County Food Pantry Coalition, meets monthly and welcomes all food […]

Park Venture Morgan County Explored by Over 400 People

Since August 1, 2021, The Community Foundation of Morgan County (CFMC), Mooresville Public Library, and Morgan County Public Library released a new and free extravaganza, Park Venture Morgan County. Park Venture Morgan County showcased the natural beauty of Morgan County by highlighting our 13 parks and 2 state forests. This county-wide, community event promoted state […]