The in Venice has elected Jay McHargue as chair of its board of directors and Judy Cahn as vice chair.
The in West Palm Beach has announced $250,000 in matching grants to ten local nonprofits. Through the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fund, each organization will receive a dollar-for-dollar match of $25,000 to establish an endowment at the foundation.
The has announced the promotion of Jason Baxendale to the position of chief development officer. Baxendale will succeed Jamie Phillippe, who is retiring on September 30.
The in Indianapolis has announced that its affiliate was awarded a $1.5 million matching grant through the Lilly Endowment’s Giving Indiana Funds for Tomorrow (GIFT) program. The fund also announced that it was able to leverage more than $1 million of the GIFT grant to raise an additional $657,825 for the Endowment for Hamilton County, a permanent fund administered by its board of directors that allocates grants to a variety of nonprofits serving Hamilton County. The Legacy Fund used the remainder of the GIFT grant to raise $1 million to help launch the Community Leadership Innovation Fund in conjunction with the , another CICF affiliate. With the grant from GIFT and new contributions, the fund was able to add a total of $1.47 million to its Community Leadership Innovation Fund.
The in Yarmouthport has announced that its GALE (Gay and Lesbian Equity) Fund, which supports the region’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) community, has awarded more than $6,000 to five grantees working to support that community. Recipients include the Barnstable Senior Center, the Family Equality Council, Nauset Regional Middle School, Samaritans on Cape Cod and the Islands, and the Cape and Islands Gay and Straight Youth Alliance. Since its creation in 1998, the GALE Fund has raised and distributed more than $260,000 to local organizations in support of programs that improve the lives of LGBTQ individuals and their families.
The has elected businessman Bond Payne to a two-year term as chair of its board of trustees.
The in Bismarck has announced that it surpassed $68 million in net assets in 2015. Established in 1976 to improve the quality of life of North Dakotans, NDCF manages more than six hundred component funds, including sixty-two local community foundations in the state and over a hundred and fifty scholarship funds.
The on Hilton Head Island has appointed Kevin S. Smith as its vice president for grantmaking and community leadership.
in Dallas has announced that the 2016 was awarded to recent Plano West High School graduate Avery Kravoletz, who will receive a one-year, $3,000 scholarship to study economics at Duke University.
The in Middlebury has announced twenty-nine grants totaling $54,473 in support of local projects. Recipients of the include Zig Zag Lit Mag, Heartbeet Lifesharing, Pathways Vermont, and the Vermont River Conservancy.