The Community Foundation of Central Illinois, formed in 1988 as the Peoria Area Community Foundation, was established by a group of community-minded citizens to meet a wide variety of social, cultural, educational and other charitable needs throughout Central Illinois. We work to meet these needs through the distribution of income from endowment funds established by our generous donors.
The Community Foundation of Central Illinois carries out our mission by building permanent endowments as charitable capital for the Central Illinois community. We maintain high professional standards in the investment and management of the funds entrusted to the Foundation. We also promote effective and efficient grantmaking to serve current and future needs of Central Illinois.
As of Friday, Feb. 16, the Galva Arts Council has raised $14,000 toward its goal of $25,000 for the Levitt Amp Galva Concert Series. More donations and grants are pending and will be added as the...more
The Galva Arts Council has raised $14,000 in cash of their $25,000 goal for the Levitt Amp Galva Concert Series as of Friday February 16. More donations and grants are ... Cover charge will be $7.00...more
The Community Workshop Training Center received a grant in 2015 from the Fritz and Doris S. Reuling Charitable Fund from the Community Foundation of Central Illinois for its Inspiring Art Abilities...more
Social Enterprise Associates (SEA), a New Mexico fellowship of consultants banded together to deliver social mission-based services, are the first, B Lab certified company in the region and have been awarded as one of the 2014 Best for the World B Corps for their long-range economic and social impact.