Have Your Gifts Matched
Support Your Community by TRIPLING YOUR CHARITABLE GIFTS!
Thanks to a matching opportunity from Lilly Endowment Inc., the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana is now offering a match for all qualifying contributions made to endowment funds between now and December 31, 2020, or as soon as the allocated matching funds are exhausted.
TRIPLE Your Donation
You won’t get an opportunity better than this! TRIPLE your donation when you contribute to the Community Foundation’s unrestricted Community Impact Fund. Lilly Endowment will match your gift, $2 for every $1 you contribute! This is the easiest and most flexible way to provide for the most pressing needs in our community, forever. Last year we made more than 60 grants worth nearly $300,000 to Southern Indiana nonprofits from the Community Impact Fund – helping address the needs of more than 84,000 people in our community.
Match No Longer Available to Start or Create Your Own Fund with a $1 for $2 Match
All matching funds to create or add to your own endowment fund have already been allocated. But the good news is that we are still here to serve as your partner, resource and steward in philanthropy. Even though there are no longer matching funds available, you can still set up a charitable fund to support your favorite causes now and forever.
We will automatically match any qualifying gift you make to an endowment fund between now and December 31, 2020 (or until the balance of the matching funds is allocated, if sooner).
If you have additional questions about how you can take advantage of the match, start an endowment fund, or support the Community Impact Fund, please contact Linda Speed or Kenton Wooden at 812-948-4662.
CFSI is excited to offer this matching opportunity to you and our entire community,however matching funds are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
It’s important to note that matching funds will not be available for passthrough funds.
For additional information on the match, please visit this page.