The Hendricks County Community Foundation (HCCF) would like to congratulate the seven graduates of its Marketing & Social Media Learning Series, each of whom attended all four sessions of this series: Marketing Fundamentals, Executing your Brand, Social Media for Nonprofits, and Digital Fundraising Campaigns that Work.
Graduates included Helee Adkins, Hendricks County Senior Services; Emily Barrow, Servants at Work, Inc.; Amber Caitlin, Jameson Camp; Sue Cox, Meals on Wheels of Hendricks County; Ann Madison, Peace Restored; Catherine Myers, Avon-Washington Township Public Library; and Nikki Richards, Hendricks Regional Health YMCA.
For the past 4 years, HCCF has focused its unrestricted grantmaking on nonprofit capacity building. Generally defined as strengthening management systems and governance, capacity building grants recognize that organizations need to build effective management, governance, marketing and sustainability as well as programs. As part of its capacity building programming, HCCF offered strategic and regular opportunities for nonprofits in and serving our community to learn best practices and network with their peers.
“HCCF is grateful for the opportunity to further serve and influence our community through nonprofit learning programs,” says William Rhodehamel, HCCF President and CEO. “Thank you for your dedication to expanding your education, growing your organization, and aiding in a better community for us all!” These seven graduates completed 2019’s Marketing and Social Media Learning Series presented by CVR and Circle Social Inc.
Pictured from left: Eric Hessel, HCCF Program Officer; Ann Madison, Peace Restored; Sue Cox, Meals on Wheels of Hendricks County; Helee Adkins, Hendricks County Senior Services; Catherine Myers, Avon-Washington Township Public Library; Nikki Richards, Hendricks Regional Health YMCA; and Emily Barrow, Servants at Work, Inc. (Not pictured: Amber Caitlin, Jameson Camp.)
The Hendricks County Community Foundation partners with generous people to realize their charitable goals while addressing community needs in meaningful and lasting ways. The Community Foundation manages assets of over $14 million in a collection of funds created by individuals, families, businesses and organizations for charitable purposes. In 2018, the Community Foundation made almost $600,000 in grants to charitable organizations and scholarships to local students. For more information, call 317-268-6240 or visit www.hendrickscountycf.org.