Quilts of Valor awarded to 5 veterans in La Salle ceremony

The Starved Rock Country Community Foundation recently hosted a Quilts of Valor ceremony honoring five area military veterans. Honorees were Joseph Arjes of Paw Paw (Army, 1996 to 2009), Nicholas Brolley of Washington and formerly of Ottawa (Army, 2005 to 2008); Larry “Mick” Hartley of Mendota (Army, 1969 to 1972); William Hunt of Oglesby (Navy, 1979 to 1986); and Harold Olsen […]

A day in the life at Starved Rock Country Community Foundation

Starved Rock Country Community Foundation, established in 2015, stands as a symbol of hope and progress within our community. As one of the 850 community foundations across the nation, SRCCF plays a pivotal role in bridging the gap between passionate individuals and impactful causes. With a steadfast commitment to uplifting our community, SRCCF orchestrates a […]

SRCCF Giving Day Breakfast Reception

It was a celebration of community, gratitude, and legacy at our Starved Rock Country Community Foundation Giving Day Breakfast Reception! Huge thanks to everyone who joined us in honoring those who make our mission possible. Special thanks to our incredible keynote speaker, Robert Eschbach, whose wisdom and passion continue to inspire us. We’re thrilled to […]

SRCCF launches first Giving Day

The Starved Rock Country Community Foundation will celebrate its first online Giving Day on May 2. Contributions help sustain SRCCF’s administrative functions, strengthen its ability to serve local nonprofits and enable it to expand services across La Salle, Bureau and Putnam counties. The foundation offers scholarships and advances mental health initiatives, local history, fine arts, […]

In Case You Missed It: SRCCF Hot Off the Press!

The Starved Rock Country Community Foundation was established in 2015, as one of 850 community foundations in the country. The Foundation makes it possible for every non-profit and charitable organization in the area to benefit from the generosity of the community as a whole.