Please join us September 22nd for a fundraiser for Crotty Park in Seneca – click here for details!!
Please click here for information and registration form!
The Arts of Starved Rock Country Fund was the grateful recipient of the assets from the OmniArts organization. We are honored to continue the tradition of OmniHonors in recognizing significant contributions and achievements by members of the Starved Rock Country arts community. We invite you to nominate someone who contributes to our vibrant art community, … Continued
Please click here to see the artist drawing, learn more about the project, and make a donation!
Please click here to go to the Arts of Starved Rock Country Fund page where you can register for one or more learning sessions!
Please click here to read about these amazing students!
Through the generosity of local donors who care deeply about the advanced education of local youth, the Starved Rock Country Community Foundation is honored and pleased to award eight scholarships in 2019. The Rising Star Scholarship was received by Katie Varland, a graduate of IVCC, who is currently attending Illinois State University. Katie is an … Continued
The B+B SmartWorx Scholarships for the Internet of Things (IoT) were recently awarded by the Starved Rock Country Community Foundation to Joey Thomas and Kirsten Sibbaluca. The IoT Scholarship is available to two high-school graduating seniors who will pursue a career in Science, Technology or Engineering. The award is $1500 per scholarship and is granted … Continued
Click here to read more about Princeton’s plans to update the Mary Uthoff Memorial Parkway and what will be done with your donations!
An exhibit of selected oil paintings depicting the beauty of the Fox River by “en plein air” artist Joel Sheesley will be on display from Thursday, June 6, through Sunday, July 7, at Jeremiah Joe Coffee in Ottawa. The exhibit, “Selected Works from A Fox River Testimony” will open Thursday, June 6, with a reception … Continued
Join us for our annual Potluck Gathering! We’re looking forward to spending time together at The Camden with great food, fellowship, a signature drink, and another great raffle prize. Our Presenter is Sally VanCura, the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity to give us the scoop on an ALL WOMEN HOUSE BUILD coming to a … Continued
Please click here to read about Karl, his life, and the new fund to honor his memory!
Great work is being done at Second Story as a result of a 2018 grant from the Women Inspired Network (WIN)! Please click here to read more!
The first three mental/holistic health videos for students have been created and are ready to view, all courtesy of a grant from Women Inspired Network (WIN) – click here to view!
Please join us for a concert to benefit the Voices in Harmony Fund, a new fund at SRCCF dedicated to raising a new awareness for Barbershop singing throughout Starved Rock Country. The goal of the Fund is to raise enough money to create at least one new youth Barbershop group in the LaSalle county … Continued
The Starved Rock Country Community Foundation stewards four (4) scholarship funds and applications for those are now being accepted through March 29, 2019. All four are part of one scholarship form. Applicants will complete Part I with basic demographics and then complete an essay for one or more scholarships for which they want to apply. … Continued
A new fund to support Illini State Park – click here to learn more!
We’re hiring! Please click here to download the job description for the Arts of Starved Rock Country Fund. DUE DATE FEBRUARY 25, 2019
We are excited to announce the creation of the new Arts of Starved Rock Country Fund! Please click here to learn about the mission of the fund and how regional arts groups can apply for grants!
Guest column: Heartfelt and humble thanks for a rewarding beginning by Pamela Beckett January 11, 2019 As we complete the end of our third year serving Starved Rock Country, we are thankful for the partnerships we have created, the outstanding Board of Directors leading the Starved Rock Country Community Foundation, and, of course, … Continued