January 2020
SCCF Funds Support Steuben County Council on Aging
At the end of November, the Bob and Janet Barge Fund at SCCF provided a grant to fund an exercise room at the Steuben County Council on Aging's new location. The Council on Aging is in the midst of a capital campaign, raising funds for a new building that will expand their ability to serve seniors in Steuben County. The Bob and Janet Barge Fund was established in 2019 by Janet Barge in memory of her husband, Bob. Bob and Janet were married for 60 years. A donor family wishing to remain anonymous also provided grant dollars to support the outdoor living area at the Council on Aging's new building.
2020 Scholarship Application Deadline Approaching
The deadline for scholarship applications is coming up quickly. All applications and supporting documents, such as letters of recommendation, must be submitted no later than 4:30pm on Friday, January 31. The application is available on our website at steubenfoundation.org/scholarships and any questions can be directed to our program officer, Jacqui Gentile. She’s just an email or phone call away! 
Year-End Story Round-Up
Isabell Deem,
2020 Lilly Scholar
Dale and Lisa Caudill
SCCF Board at Safe Haven Baby Box Announcement
Spring 2020 Nonprofit Training Series
Last year, SCCF was excited to have more than 160 attendees at our nonprofit trainings. We look forward to another year of learning and networking with our Steuben County nonprofit community. Find more information about our Spring 2020 workshops on our website at steubenfoundation.org/nonprofit-events.
  • Nonprofit Storytelling: January 14, 10am - 11:30am at Sutton's Deli Banquet Room - RSVP by January 10.
  • New Grant Guidelines Workshop: February 12, 11:30am - 1:30pm at Club Z (Trine MTI Center) - RSVP by February 4.
  • Grants Q&A and Nonprofit Networking: March 17, 3 - 4:00pm at SCCF Office -  Please RSVP by March 12.
  • Mental Health & Wellness for Nonprofit Leaders: April 14 - Save the date!
Meet the Intern
SCCF is excited to welcome back Naomi Gollmer as our Spring 2020 Marketing Intern. Naomi is a senior at Trine, and she is using her final semester here to continue learning about the Steuben County nonprofit sector. She will be assisting with our newsletters and online presence, as well as helping coordinate our nonprofit capacity building events. SCCF receives support for an intern each semester thanks to a grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc.
2019 Annual Report
Interested in reading more about SCCF's Fiscal Year 2019 activities? Check out our 2019 Annual Report, with grant stories, financials, and all the pieces that make up Steuben County's puzzle.
Thank you to our donors!
The Community Foundation would like to thank the individuals, families, and organizations who generously made donations in December 2019. Your support is appreciated!
Donations can be made:
 Online through the Donate Now button
Mailed to 1701 N Wayne St, Angola, IN 46703
Or brought into the office Monday through Friday 8:30 - 4:30
Randy White, Chair
Julie Troyer, Vice-Chair
Adam Miller, Secretary
Doug Bomba, Treasurer
Kathy Armstrong
Craig Burkholder
Dave Goodwin
Pam Harger
Jim Ingledue
Brenda Shipe
Chris Snyder
Kayla Warren
President & CEO

Office Manager 

Program Officer

Communications Director
Steuben County Nonprofits
SCCF publishes a monthly Nonprofit Newsletter with information about grants, fundraising, and upcoming trainings. Also, check out our nonprofit directory for a listing of 501(c)(3) charitable organizations serving Steuben County.
2019 Endowment Book
Click Here   to see a copy of the Endowment Funds administered by SCCF. Updated May 2019.

Notary Public
 The Steuben County Community Foundation has a Notary Public on staff.
Contact   Sandy Ferrell  for details
Philanthropy Quote of the Month:
“You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripple for change.”
 -Tim Cook

The Steuben County Community Foundation is confirmed in compliance with the  National Standards for US Community Foundations.