- About Us
The Carroll County Community Foundation makes a positive difference in our community. We help people who are passionate about giving back to our community, take the lead on community initiatives and partner with nonprofit organizations to support a broad range of projects that make a positive impact. Browse our Web site for more information about our work, and see the difference that philanthropy can make!
Grace Filbrun has been named a recipient of a four-year, full-tuition scholarship as the Carroll County Community Foundation 2018 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar. Grace, daughter of Sally Hernandez and Jared Filbrun, is a Carroll High School student.
The Foundation recognized the achievements of the other three finalists with $1,000 scholarships. They are Emily Hudson, from Delphi Community High School, daughter of Micah and Jennifer Hudson; Gracie Meyer, from Carroll High School, daughter of Timothy and Patty Meyer; and Kristina Powlen, from Delphi Community High School, daughter of Elyce Powlen and Bradley Powlen. Read more.
The Carroll County Community Foundation has awarded $14,397 in competitive grants to Carroll County nonprofit organizations in 2017. The grants are awarded in six areas of interest: arts and culture, human services, civic affairs, health, education and community beautification. Read more.
Carroll County's current net worth is $910 million. Over the next 50 years, Carroll County is expected to transfer $857 million to the next generation. If everyone gave 5 percent to the Community Foundation, total grantmaking would increase $65,000 per year. Watch the video to learn the impact on Carroll County.
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