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A Comunity foundation is a vehicle for charitable giving capable of benefiting the entire community.  Through the mechanism of endowment funds, charitably minded individuals can establish funds to build a permanent source of charitable assets to meet emerging, as well as existing, needs of the community.

We would love to work with you to continue growing and improving this great county we call home. Follow us on Facebook at Osborne County Community Foundation. Learn more about this exciting opportunity and read posts about previous grant projects and recipients. Working together we can achieve more! If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Osborne County Community Foundation by e-mail at OsborneCCF@gmail.com or any of the OCCF advisory committee members:

Alton: Shana Guttery, Craig Poore, Carolyn Nichols

Downs: Jennifer Brush, Tonya Kuhn, Bruce Berkley

Natoma: Bonnie Rubottom, Jill Koelling, Heather Lyle
 
Osborne: Kenny Ubelaker, Nadine Sigle, Sarah LaRosh

Portis: Brent Doane, Becky LaRosh, Linda Doane

Osborne County has an exciting opportunity this February through the“Love Your County” Campaign 2017. The Dane G. Hansen Foundation has agreed to match any gift in Osborne County ($5,000 cap per individual) up to $50,000 to go towards our local endowment fund. This means your gift will be doubled and can help improve our county. All gifts will be placed in an endowment fund so the Osborne County Community Foundation can begin now and continue to give grants for years to come.We would love to work with you to continue growing and improving this great county we call home.