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  • Community Foundation of Wabash County Board Members

  • 2014 Lilly Scholarship Finalists: (from left to right) Mariah Mobley, Audrian Fuentes, Adam Hanback, Kylie Echard, Emily Eckelbarger and Thomas Grier

  • Wabash County Courthouse

  • Skyline of North Manchester, east of State Rd. 13

We are proud that for 60 years our community foundation has put income generated from donor's investments to work in the community.  Together we have helped to strengthen education, support the arts, promote civic life, protect our environment, and ensure strong health and social services.  To date, we have 260 permanently endowed funds and 22 non-permanent funds.  Our total assets are more than $30 million and we have made more than $2.2 million in unrestricted grants to Wabash County, Indiana.

Community Resource Guide Now Available

The Community Foundation of Wabash County is pleased to provide to the community A Guide to Health & Human Services in Wabash County. This quick guide, last produced in 2004, provides contact information for social, medical, educational, family, employment, legal, food, and housing for the residents of Wabash County who are in need and may not know where to turn for assistance. Read More

Grants Support 85 Hope Free Medical Clinic

Founded in 2011 as the first free medical clinic in Wabash County, 85 Hope helps disadvantaged Wabash County adults meet their urgent healthcare needs, receive medications, and improve their overall health. The need for a free clinic became evident following a needs assessment that determined roughly 27% or 9,000 residents were without health insurance... Read More

Sell Memorial 4-H Scholarship Established

In honor of their parents, Barbara and Douglas Vawter recently created the Marietta & Paul L. Sell Memorial 4-H Scholarship Endowment at the Community Foundation of Wabash County.Marietta and Paul Sell were active members of Wabash County, supporting various community, church, and 4-H events... Read More

Begindergarten: A Wabash County Success

Begindergarten is a six-week jump start program for children who will be entering kindergarten in the fall. The children in this program have typically had limited to no preschool experience, or have been identified as needing additional supports. The program is taught by certified teachers at each of the Wabash County school districts, and is offered free of cost... Read More

Contact Us

Phone:
(260) 982-4824

Fax:
(260) 982-8644

Address:
218 East Main Street
P.O. Box 7
North Manchester, Indiana 46962

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