Our charge is one of the lowest in the metro area due to generous donations from our community partners.
Laurie Mahoney, Bloomington Meals on Wheels
Grants have helped us replace a variety of antiquated equipment and expand our youth arts education programming.
Andrea Specht, Bloomington Theatre and Art Center
It was a huge step forward for us at the time and is still serving us well…
Cary Weatherby, Bloomington Meals on Wheels

Companies to Classrooms

“The Bloomington Community Foundation provided funds for us to purchase nonprofit software which has helped us organize our donor database as well as our other data (i.e. inventory, product going out, teacher visits, etc.).  The donor database has made it easier to keep in touch with donors and to update them on our progress.  It was a huge step forward for us at the time and is still serving us well as we expand.”

– Cary Weatherby, Executive Director of Companies to Classrooms

 

Bloomington theatre and art center logo“The Bloomington Community Foundation has been a loyal and generous partner over the last few years. BCF grants have helped us replace a variety of antiquated equipment and expand our youth arts education programming. In addition, they’ve helped show regional funders that our local community values the role of the arts in sustaining a healthy, vibrant community.”

-Andrea Specht, Executive Director of Bloomington Theatre and Art Center

 

Meals-on-Wheels-Bloomington-logo“The funding that we receive from the Bloomington Community Foundation allows us to keep our meal costs down. It allows us to serve all in need as we then do not have to turn folks away who do not have the ability to pay. The monies then cover the shortfall to our folks in need. Our charge is one of the lowest in the metro area due to generous donations from our community partners.”

-Laurie Mahoney, Executive Director of Bloomington Meals on Wheels

 

cornerstoneimage“The Bloomington Community Foundation has been partnering with Cornerstone since 1995 to build safer, healthier communities.  It is so important for Cornerstone to have the support of the communities that we serve and to know that they find great value in the services we provide.  The financial support we receive from the Foundation allows Cornerstone to direct the funding toward the programming that will serve the greatest number of clients most effectively.”

-Susan Neis, Executive Director of Cornerstone