CONNECT WITH CAUSES YOU CARE ABOUT
At Galesburg Community Foundation, we connect donors to community organizations and causes they care about.
Our goal is to make philanthropy as simple as possible. Ready to give now? There are many different ways to give that can best meet your giving interests. You can also consider planned giving, and joining our Bickerdyke Society by including GCF in your will or estate. We offer a number of opportunities for you to leave your legacy and forever create a positive impact in your community.
For more information about ways to give or fund options at GCF contact our office today at 309.344.8898.
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