About the fund

The Roseville Community Fund is a fund of the Galesburg Community Foundation. It was developed in 2020 when the community raised $70,000, which was matched by Galesburg Community Foundation, Twomey Foundation, and United Way of Greater Warren County.

The Roseville Community Fund has been granting awards to the community for two years. Recent grant recipients include Roseville Community Center, Helping Hands of Roseville, Roseville Boy Scout Troop, Warren County Agricultural Fair, Roseville Kids Place and the Village of Roseville.

Continued growth of the permanently endowed Roseville Community Fund ensures that community needs are met today and well into the future. Guided by an advisory board, the fund supports the services and needs of Roseville. Since the fund is endowed, the more the fund grows, the more dollars available each year to grant into the community.

Galesburg Community Foundation provides professional investment and administrative management for the Roseville Community Fund, freeing up advisory board members to focus on donor relations and grant awards. Learn more about community funds.

Advisory board members

  • Elaine Byers
  • Marsha Dace
  • Terri Ewing
  • John Huston
  • Carol Shaw
  • Lynn Shimmin
  • Dan Taflinger

Ways to give

  • Give to the Roseville Community Fund online.
  • Mail a check to Galesburg Community Foundation / 246 E. Main Street, Suite 101 / Galesburg, IL 61041. Checks should be made payable to Galesburg Community Foundation with “Roseville Community Fund” listed in the memo.
  • Schedule an appointment to learn how you can leave a gift to the Roseville Community Fund through appreciated assets, grain, an individual retirement account, or in your will or estate. Call 309.344.8898 or reach out to us online at

Apply for community or teacher mini grants

The Roseville Community Fund offers community and teacher mini grants. These grant opportunities fund projects that shape the future and promote the wellbeing of the Roseville community. Applications  for community and teacher mini grants are accepted from March 1-22.

  • All 501(c)(3) nonprofit or public charities, including churches, schools, and government agencies that serve Roseville, are eligible to apply for community grants.
  • Teachers in the Monmouth-Roseville School District are encouraged to apply for teacher mini grants. Proposals may be for classroom projects or materials up to $500. Grants must be for the following school year and recipients will be notified by May 1.
Sarah Grant

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To learn more about the Roseville Community Fund, call Sarah Grant, Director of Development, at 309.344.8898.

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Haley Sloss

Charitable Giving Coordinator

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Haley provides support to enhance the function and success of the Charitable Giving and Affiliate Teams. She ensures donors receive a personal approach to philanthropy through outstanding customer service by supporting charitable giving for donors and fund holders across the state.