Types of Funds

The Madison County Community Foundaton is comprised of six different types of funds:

Special Project Funds - non-permanent funds held by the Foundation for a variety of community projects

Field of Interest Funds - directed to a particular broad field such as the arts, children's services, etc.

Scholarship Funds - used to support education at any level, from preschool to graduate school. The awards can also be directed to a particular field of study or a particular institution.

Designated Funds - created by individuals for specific charity or by an organization itself. These funds then provide an ongoing source of income for the designated organization.

Unrestricted Funds - given by donors to provide flexibility to the Foundation for addressing the community's most pressing needs

Donor-Advised Funds - make it possible for donor to actively participate in grant making by recommending the charitable organization(s) to receive support.

To see a complete list of existing funds for each type, click on the name of the Fund type above.



Bruce & Janie Stansberry honor their son’s life with a scholarship in his name

Within months of the accident that claimed their son's life, Bruce and Janie Stansberry established a scholarship in honor of their son, Brad.

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