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Harrison County Community Foundation Fund



The Harrison County Community Foundation (HCCF) was founded in 2012 to create opportunities in our county and to give use all a place where we can give back to make the biggest difference in Harrison County. Though young, HCCF has been growing permanent funds to invest in our county’s nonprofits, schools, and communities.

But we need your help to grow this foundation today. In growing the endowment for Harrison County now, we will be creating permanent resources that can make grants inHarrison County logo 1a the near future while also providing the resources that generations to come will need to address our county’s most pressing needs and pursue its most exciting opportunities.

Our Puzzle for Prosperity is designed to do just that by raising $1 million in endowment by 2022.

What Will Be Possible Because of the Puzzle for Prosperity?

When we’ve raised $1 million for the HCCF through the Puzzle for Prosperity, we will see in grants across our county grow by fifty-fold. Right now, our young HCCF can award $1,000 each year, but with a complete puzzle we will see $50,000 in grants going into our community every year. They can include grants to arts and culture, community and economic development, education, environmental stewardship, health and human services, and anything else we can together dream up that will build a more prosperous county.

How Can I Be A Piece of the Puzzle?

orange white puzzle countyWith a gift of $5,000 anyone can add a piece to the puzzle. When 200 pieces come
together, we will have $1 million in endowment for the benefit of Harrison County, its nonprofits, schools, and citizens.

Help us complete the puzzle today and let’s get to work on tomorrow’s picture of Harrison County. 

Will you be a piece of the puzzle? 

Want to Learn More?

Contact Jim Rocchi, Director of Outreach for the Harrison County Community Foundation.

The Harrison County Family of Funds includes:

• Harrison County Community Foundation Fund
• Chad Clay Memorial Fund
• Chevron Community Fund
• Gulfport Energy Fund
• Husky School Fund
• Jewett United Methodist Church Endowment Fund

In addition to encouraging investments to provide grants and leadership for quality of life projects in Harrison County, the Community Fund also serves to encourage and support others in establishing funds to benefit the County’s organizations and citizens, including: scholarships, organizational endowments, school system endowments and other advised funds.

The Fund is overseen by an Advisory Committee, who will make recommendations on grant awards and participate in special opportunities. Advisory Committee members include Allison Anderson, Lori Milleson, Dr. Scott Pendelton, Bob Positano, Matt Puskarich and John Tabacchi.

Contributions to the Funds

Contributions to the fund are tax deductible and can be made in a variety of ways, including: outright gifts of cash or long-term appreciated securities; memorial gifts of cash or assets in memory or in honor of someone special; and deferred gifts through bequests, life insurance, and charitable remainder trusts. Donations for the Harrison County Community Foundation Fund can be sent to PNC Bank Attn: Mike Sliva, 235 South Main Street, Cadiz, Ohio 43907 or to the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio, 35 Public Square – PO Box 456, Nelsonville, Ohio 45764. Credit card donations can also be made by clicking here and designating the Harrison County Community Foundation Fund. For additional information, please call FAO at 740.753.1111.