***NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITY*** Due to changes in our arts grant programming, we have additional funds available to non-profit arts & cultural organizations. Applications are due Friday July 10, 2020 to [email protected] Award money MUST be expended by August 31, 2020 – the expected average grant amount will be $400. APPLY NOW —–>>>>

The Arts for Illinois Relief Fund Applications are Now Being Accepted

The Starved Rock Country Community Foundation is partnering with the Arts for Illinois Relief Fund, the Arts Work Fund, Arts Alliance Illinois, and other community foundations around the state to provide unrestricted general operating support to arts organizations in LaSalle, Bureau and Putnam counties who are struggling with immediate lost revenue and non-recoverable expenses due to COVID-19.  Please … Continued

OmniHonors 2019 nominations extended to August 9th!

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

Art Grants Awarded to Local Arts Organizations

Art Grants Awarded to Local Arts Organizations   OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. (June 10, 2019) – The Arts of Starved Rock Country Fund, a new Fund of the Starved Rock Country Community Foundation, is excited to announce that they have awarded their first round of grants to local arts organizations.  The Fund offers financial support through competitive … Continued

Your unrestricted donation to the Leadership Fund for Now is just that, a gift for NOW. It enables us to operate, provides funds for immediate distribution to area agencies and charitable initiatives and helps us build the core administrative fund. The Leadership Fund for Now is made up of unrestricted donations, earnings on investments, and administrative fees. This is where we need your donation the most.
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