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Community Funds


Since 2001 the Pickaway County Community Foundation has been connecting community members, families, businesses, nonprofits and other partners to strengthen Pickaway County through philanthropy. The Pickaway County Community Foundation and its donors have created a wide range of community funds to help do this. These funds are our opportunity to bring individuals together to support the Foundation and other common causes in our county.

These funds were created by the vision and commitment of the community and supporting them promises a brighter future for our county.


The Pickaway County Community Foundation Fund

The Pickaway County Community Foundation FundThis fund was created to support the community grantmaking of the Pickaway County Community Foundation. It is an endowment fund that accepts donations of all sizes – large and small. This was the first endowed fund of the Foundation and it continues to make an impact in the county.

The Fund for Tomorrow


The Pickaway County Community Foundation is a vehicle through which important steps are taken every day to ensure that the level of education, leadership, and agriculture growth in our county continues to rise and the needs of our community are being met.

Read more: The Fund for Tomorrow

Youth Grantmaking Council Fund

Youth Grantmaking CouncilThis permanent endowment fund was established to support the youth grantmaking committee (YAC) of the Foundation. The YAC, which is managed by the YMCA, has made numerous grants to community groups since it was created in 2005. It is made up of high school students from the four county school districts. Students that are homeschooled and attend other high schools in the county can also be a member. Funds to start the YAC were granted from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Income from the endowment is used to support local charitable projects.

Mike Harrison Park Fund

Mike Harrison Park Fund

Mike Harrison was a founding board member and a visionary leader for Pickaway County who passed away in 2004. This fund was established to honor his memory and to support the development and maintenance of the Mary Virginia Hannan Park in Circleville. This permanent endowment fund has received hundreds of gifts from community members.

Ruth Neff D.A.R.E. Support Fund

Ruth NeffRuth Neff/D.A.R.E. Support Fund has been created to honor the work of Ruth Neff, who served as Pickaway County Commissioner and was instrumental in the establishment of the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program in Pickaway County Schools in 1990. The goal of the fund is to create a permanent, flexible, community driven funding source for the D.A.R.E. program. It is the hope of the fund organizers that community gifts and donations would be used to fund the materials needed to educate the youth at our local schools.