Designated Funds allow donors to direct their gift to a specific charity or charities, to forever benefit that organization/s.
Donor-Advised Funds allow donors to remain actively involved in their charitable giving. From time to time, the donor or an advisor of their choice may suggest who is to benefit from a specific gift.
Field of Interest Funds can be donor directed for a particular interest area, such as the arts, environmental causes or education. The Community Foundation then selects the specific non-profit organizations that best serve the fund's charitable intent.
Organization Funds allow non-profit organizations to create permanent endowment funds for their own benefit. The Community Foundation handles all of the administrative and investment responsibilities, freeing the organization to pursue its mission.
Scholarship Funds allow a donor to help students pursue their education by paying for part or all of their education. The donor can be involved in establishing the selection criteria and guidelines.
Unrestricted Funds address needs within our local community as they change over time. A community based committee reviews and approves grants, then makes them in a specific fund's name.