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Morgan County Community Fund

The Morgan County Community Fund was created in 2008 to assist Morgan County in growing and retaining permanent philanthropic resources. It exists to enrich the quality of life for the Morgan County community and create opportunities for Morgan County residents.Gifts to the Morgan County Community Fund are permanently endowed and will continue to give back year after year. Current trustees include Bernie Anderson, Chris Christie, Mysa Hann, Becky Jarvis, Quincy Robe, John Wells, Dick Wetzel, and Mike Workman.

For information about the Morgan County Community Fund, please call the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio at (740) 753-1111. You may also donate online by clicking here.

The mission of the Morgan County Community Fund is to improve the quality of life for all people of Morgan County, both now and in the future, by providing opportunities for any citizen to gain educational and cultural experiences to which they normally would not have access.

New Fund Established in the Morgan County Family of Funds

Morgan County Youth Development Fund
Will Provide Funding for Children in Morgan County

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Young people in Morgan County should look forward to new and exciting experiences in the arts, education, and recreation. The newly established Morgan County Youth Development Fund will support cultural, artistic, recreational, and educational opportunities for the young people of Morgan County by providingmini-grants.

“We’re excited to welcome the Morgan County Youth Development Fund to our family of funds,” said John Wells, Morgan Foundation President. “It is so important to invest in the youth of Morgan County, and we welcome this wonderful opportunity for our children.”

The fund was established by the Fairgrounds Junior Golf League (JGL), who for years reached out to engage young people between 8 and 16 years of age in a variety of activities, including the development of leadership skills as well as golf and other sports. Recognizing the need for varied and broader opportunities for the county’s young people, the group elected to establish a fund within the Morgan Foundation Family of Funds.

“We’re really looking forward to our partnership with the Morgan Foundation and the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio,” said Carlos Keyes, who served as president for the Junior Golf League. “We believe strongly in investing in the youth in our communities, and are looking forward to the opportunities this fund will make possible for our kids.”