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Lawrence County Community Foundation



Established in 1992, the Lawrence County Community Foundation (LCCF) serves Lawrence County, Indiana, by helping caring individuals, families, and organizations establish or grow existing permanent endowment funds to achieve their goals for Lawrence County through charitable giving.

The earnings generated from these funds are given back to the community in the form of grants and scholarships. Because these funds are permanent, they will be used to benefit Lawrence County for generations to come.

LCCF currently administers 199 funds which have allowed for grants and scholarships of over $17.3 million.

Recent News from Lawrence County Community Foundation


Creating A Foundation To Build On
Foundation: Foundation for Appalachian Ohio, Lawrence County Community Foundation

Lawrence County, Ohio, is now home to a $2 million endowment that will be put to good use. The Times Leader reports on the formation of the Lawrence County Community Foundation, which was...more

LCCF awards $26500 in grants to disadvantaged elderly - WBIW
Foundation: Lawrence County Community Foundation

BEDFORD - The Lawrence County Community Foundation announced the 2022 grant recipients from the Margie Marie Pennington Fund for the...more

IU Health grants will support housing and training needs across Indiana | WBIW
Foundation: Lawrence County Community Foundation

“The Community Impact Investment Fund is enhancing IU Health's mission to make Indiana a healthier place to live,” said IU Health President and...more

Limestone Capital Half Marathon, 5K and 1-mile walk presented by Bedford Federal ... - WBIW
Foundation: Lawrence County Community Foundation

A matching grant from the Lawrence County Community Foundation and Bedford Federal Savings Bank paying the match allows the group to take the angels to...more

final IU Health Foundation seeks contribution for Community Impact Investment Fund - WBIW
Foundation: Lawrence County Community Foundation

The Lawrence County Economic Growth Council is asking for a contribution of $50,000 for 2022-2024 for the Community Impact Investment Fund...more

Becky's Place grateful for the community support
Foundation: Lawrence County Community Foundation

Lawrence County Community Foundation has also awarded Becky's Place a Workforce Development grant. These funds will be used to provide...more

LIFE Blessings in a Backpack sent 280 children home with food
Foundation: Lawrence County Community Foundation

This was thanks to a Lawrence County Community Foundation grant awarded in the summer of 2020, but due to COVID-19 restrictions, the...more

LCCF is accepting non-traditional scholarship applications
Foundation: Community Foundation Partnership, Lawrence County Community Foundation

... Community Foundation (LCCF), a Partner in the Community Foundation Partnership, Inc., is accepting applications for non-traditional...more

Marion Township Provides Information on Obtaining a Free Smoke Detector
Foundation: Lawrence County Community Foundation

(MITCHELL) – Marion Twp Fire Department has received a grant from the Lawrence County Community Foundation to purchase smoke detectors...more

Lawrence County Community Foundation And Marion Township Team Up To Provide Smoke ...
Foundation: Lawrence County Community Foundation

(MITCHELL) – The Lawrence County Community Foundation awarded the Marion Township Volunteer Fire Department a grant for Fire Prevention...more



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Not your typically standing cafe, the Stables Cafe, which was set up by Glen Duckett from Thwaites pub the Eagle and Child Ramsbottom in Lancashire,  is a place where youths are being given second chances at life. These youths  have been long-term unemployed, homeless or have served juvenile detention.




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