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Become a Mentor Today. Change a Life Tomorrow.

Written By: Robin Reid Children represent our future as they grow and discover their own, unique paths in life. Some of them will become doctors to help the sick, others will be teachers making a difference in a student’s life, and there will be those who take on leadership roles, such as a mayor, police officer, […]

To Grow or Not to Grow

What Kind of Future Do You Want for Morgan County? Written By: Robin Reid Did you know Morgan County’s population growth has remained stagnant at one percent since 2010? With an estimated current population of 70,000 that equates to roughly 700 new people moving into the county every year. Also, our county continues to fall […]

WANTED: Morgan County Residents Giving Back to Our Community

Written By: Robin Reid What’s not to love about Morgan County? We look forward to Friday nights at high school football games, sledding down the big hill at Jimmy Nash City Park, attending our favorite charity’s annual fundraiser, finding the best street view for the Fall Foliage Festival Parade, and watching our kids play sports, […]

Quit It! Free Smoking & Vaping Cessation Class Available

CFMC Grants at Work: IU Health Morgan Written By: Robin Reid, Storyteller Do you have a family member or friend who smokes? Did they try to quit, but found themselves picking up a cigarette just a few days later despite your support? If so, it’s not too late for them to try again with help […]

Bradford Woods: Family Battle Buddies Helps Veterans

FAMILY BATTLE BUDDIES: Helping Veterans and Their Families Build Stronger Relationships Written By: Robin Reid, Storyteller The Community Foundation of Morgan County (CFMC) recognizes our veterans have made huge sacrifices to protect our freedom and when they return, many of them struggle to readjust to being part of a family or the workforce again. CFMC […]

CFMC Impact Grants at Work: WellSpring

WellSpring: Pathways to Prosperity Bridging the Educational Gap for Homeless Youths Written By: Robin Reid, Storyteller If you were like many people who grew up in Morgan County, you lived in a two-parent household where food was on the table at least three times a day, you went to school, there was reliable transportation, and […]