SRCCF launches first Giving Day

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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, local theatre, downtown revitalization, disaster relief and more.

To donate, click here. Checks can be mailed to “SRCCF Spring Appeal, 241 Marquette St., La Salle, IL 61301.

For more information, call 815-252-2906 ext. 2, or email janice@srccf.org.

In eight years, SRCCF has created 110 charitable funds, generated more than $5 million in contributions and invested more than $1.8 million in the region.

Emily Hardee’s Run Today for Tomorrow 5K represents one of more than 100 funds held by the Starved Rock Country Community Foundation. This year’s run / walk on June 22 in Ottawa benefits the Molly Lenora Yacko Memorial Scholarship at SRCCF.

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