Grand Island Community Foundation Inc.



The Grand Island Community Foundation is a growing legacy, not of a single person, but of the entire community. It is, in a very real sense, the community's foundation. Under one organizational roof, it unites donors, large and small who want to make our community a better place for all. When you give through the Grand Island Community Foundation, making your gift is simple. You choose how to give and how your gift will do good. You enrich the lives of others and create a legacy that lasts for generations. Through the Foundation, you can make a deep and lasting impact on our community for many generations to come.

Web Address

www.gicf.org

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Recent News from Grand Island Community Foundation


Greater Grand Island Community Foundation celebrates the legacy of Bill Marshall
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

The Greater Grand Island Community Foundation board of trustees and staff along with the Marshall family, friends and colleagues gathered...more

Greater Grand Island Community Foundation celebrating nationwide week
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

... observance of Community Foundation Week through Monday to recognize the role these philanthropic organizations play ... and individual donors to local nonprofits and represent one of the...more

Photos for Publication on Saturday, October 12, 2019
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

Flanked by other AOK Ladies, (from left) Melissa DeLaet (also with the Greater Grand Island Community Foundation) and Lisa Thayer speak to...more

Business Coalition for Veterans presents $1000 to Central Community College group
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

The gathering also included Melissa DeLaet of the Greater Grand Island Community Foundation and Jaycee Carroll, who is the...more

Foundation changes name, recognizing expanding role
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

The Grand Island Community Foundation has broadened its name to the Greater Grand Island Community Foundation in recognition of its...more

2019 Excellence In Teaching nomination period opens Tuesday
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

“I am so pleased that, through the Grand Island Community Foundation, we have an opportunity to honor our teachers — these shining examples...more

GI Community Foundation receives Three Pillar Initiatives Grant
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

The Grand Island Community Foundation has received a three year $69,000 grant from the Christopher Family Foundation. This grant enables GICF...more

William Gomes, MD, 78
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

Memorials are suggested either to the medical scholarship being set up in William's name at the Grand Island Community Foundation or to...more

Making Grand Island's city parks a destination
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

The nonprofit organization, formed under the Grand Island Community Foundation, has developed plans to create eight themed gardens...more

Groundwater Festival receives IWLA award
Foundation: Grand Island Community Foundation

The first was to rename the event as the Nebraska Children's Groundwater Festival and partner with Grand Island Community Foundation, a...more

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Hall County, NE

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Bill Drayton Urges Development of Empathy in Social Entrepreneurship


Bill Drayton Urges Development of Empathy in Social Entrepreneurship

Bill Drayton, Ashoka founder, coined the phrase “social entrepreneur” instead of almost naming it as “public service entrepreneur”. He strongly encourages empathy especially through the education sector, and explains why having that trait is more important than ever now.




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