Our Johnson County Community Foundation (JCCF) manages more than 300 funds established by people with philanthropic passions.
Many of our donors contribute to one or more of these existing funds, while others set up their own.
There is no right or wrong way to give. What’s important is giving in a way that helps you accomplish your philanthropic goals and JCCF is here to help. We keep our finger on the pulse of the community, so we can identify the community’s greatest needs and respond in a meaningful way. That might be supporting an existing program, developing a new one or encouraging a community partner to take a leadership role. It means rallying for the cause and asking others to join the effort. That’s why we are dedicated to connecting people who care with causes that matter. Causes that matter to them, their families and our community.
1. WE LIST OUR FUNDS HERE in alphabetical order by the donor's last name or by the main word in the fund name.
2. In the search box below, we list our funds in alphabetical order by the first word in the fund name.
Recipients of this scholarship are chosen by the Greenwood Community High School athletic director and the Greenwood Community High School director of student services.
The fund shall support the operations and programming of Reach for Youth, Inc. RFY is the former Southside Youth Council, Inc.
Established to support Franklin College and Greenwood United Methodist Church.
This fund provides scholarships to those attending the Marc Adams School of Woodworking, a nationally known woodworking program.
Established by the Ray family to support various charitable organizations in the community.
Established in 2015 to support the Franklin Church of the Nazarene.
Established by Carrie Riessen and family to provide support for families with ALS and live in Johnson County.
This fund was established to support the Johnson County Community Foundation community grantmaking program.
Established to provide scholarships for graduates of Edinburgh Community High School, Franklin Community High School or Indian Creek High School who meet established criteria.
Established to develop and/or enhance medical resources for the prevention, treatment and cure of disease through education, training, research and other community programs.
This fund will support the club's charitable giving programs.
Established by Richard Crosser, a developer for Crossman Communities, as a way to invest in the youth of Johnson County — specifically in Franklin and Whiteland high schools.
Established to support Hippotherapy services to youth in need in Johnson County and surrounding areas, including, but not be limited to, financial resources for services provided to youth, equipment/facility expenses and continuing education for therapists.