BUILDING BRIDGES BETWEEN DONORS AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Galesburg Community Foundation works to improve the quality and health of our communities. We believe that connecting people to the causes they care about is a key ingredient to effective philanthropy.
We prefer permanent change to temporary charity. While charity is good, it is usually intended to help an immediate situation; GCF is focused on solving problems with long term, sustainable help that lasts. To accomplish this, we create endowment funds that permanently benefit communities year after year.
Your Support System for Local Philanthropy
Your Community Foundation has worked extensively with community leaders, business professionals, Chambers of Commerce, nonprofit organizations, volunteers, residents, teachers, students and donors. We know what challenges our communities are facing and how best to provide help.
WE ACHIEVE GROUNDBREAKING RESULTS
Your Community Foundation is committed to our local communities. For detailed information about our 2017 financials, click here to see our most recent audit. For more information, contact our office at 309.344.8898
Our Community Reports provide stories of philanthropy that you can connect with. You’ll find stories of local people connecting with the causes they care about to make their communities better places to live and work. We hope these stories inspire you to think about all the ways that you might desire to connect with the causes you care about.
IN THE NEWS
PARTNERSHIP WILL ESTABLISH REGIONAL FOOD BANK BRANCH
New Regional Food Bank Branch will provide greater access for more than 50 local food pantries, including FISH of Galesburg.
What is Mission Impact Investing?
Mission Impact investments are investments made with the intention to generate positive, measurable social and environmental impact alongside a financial return. The River Bend Food Bank, Galesburg Branch is a primary example of Mission Impact Investing coming to life. A … Continued
Roseville Community Fund Allows Community Members to Dream Big
The desire to see Roseville flourish for generations inspired Carol Shaw to attend an informational meeting hosted by the Community Foundation on the new Warren County Community Funds Initiative.
Peg Bivens’ Love for Knoxville Will Live On Forever
“Nothing in any community is stand-alone and in a small community it is especially important for people to work collaboratively…”
Altona Historical Society Works Toward Community Renovation Project
Residents of Altona, both current and former, have an ambitious goal to raise $250,000 to renovate the second floor of their town’s library to create a space for local artifact preservation and community use.