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CFMD-Community Foundations Celebrate 100 Years

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The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc. joins all foundations in celebrating 100th birthday. The first Community Foundation was established in 1914 in Cleveland, OH.

The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc. joins all foundations in celebrating 100th birthday. The first Community Foundation was established in 1914 in Cleveland, OH.

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  • 1. ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014 cumulative grants $38 million The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc.
  • 2. The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc. est. 1985 REPLACE WITH YOUR PHOTO ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 3. ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014 1,700+ community foundations worldwide
  • 4. ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014 Making life better $4.5 BILLION in grants each year
  • 5. Health Community Betterment Economic Development Education Human Services ©2013 COF & MCFV GIVE TO GREAT CAUSES Celebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014 Arts and Culture
  • 6. Cash Stocks & Bonds Bequest by Will Real Estate Life Insurance Retirement Accounts More Advanced Options WHAT GIFTS ARE RIGHT FOR YOU? ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 7. PROJECTED GROWTH OF AN ENDOWED FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 25 YEAR 50 Establish your Family Fund $25,000 gift $46,700 in cumulative grants and services $47,500 balance Initial gift has grown and paid out: 4 TIMES 9 TIMES Assumes 5% annual payout and 8% rate of return $135,500 in cumulative grants and services $90,000 balance ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 8. PROJECTED GROWTH OF AN ENDOWED FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 25 YEAR 50 Establish your Family Fund $100,000 gift $186,000 in cumulative grants and services $190,000 balance Initial gift has grown and paid out: 4 TIMES 9 TIMES Assumes 5% annual payout and 8% rate of return $541,000 in cumulative grants and services $360,000 balance ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 9. PROJECTED GROWTH OF AN ENDOWED FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 25 YEAR 50 Establish your Family Fund $500,000 gift $937,000 in cumulative grants and services $950,000 balance Initial gift has grown and paid out: 4 TIMES 9 TIMES Assumes 5% annual payout and 8% rate of return $2,709,000 in cumulative grants and services $1,804,000 balance ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 10. ©2013 COF & MCFV 700+ community foundations SERVING THE U.S. TODAY Celebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 11. First community foundation 1914 established in Cleveland, OH ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 12. ©2013 COF & MCFV The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc. granted $2 million Last year to support causes that matter to donors and our community Celebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 13. YOUR COMMUNITY FOUNDATION MEETS THE MOST RIGOROUS BENCHMARKS ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 14. Giving strategies and options Local needs and opportunities Key issues and effective organizations Gift planning Investment management Grant administration Accounting and tax reporting Bringing diverse voices and views together Coordinating local change efforts Building permanent local funds through endowment Strengthening community YOUR COMMUNITY FOUNDATION: THE BEST OPTION FOR LOCAL GIVING LOCAL EXPERTISE PERSONALIZED SERVICE COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP Grant strategies and options Local needs and opportunities Key issues and effective organizations Gift planning Investment management Grant administration Accounting and tax reporting Resident engagement Facilitation of diverse voices and views Coordination of change efforts Permanent resources building through endowment ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 15. GIVE IT FORWARD 5% can make a $3.31 million difference to future generations. The net worth of Delaware County is estimated to be $4.59 billion. Over the next 10 years, $1.32 billion is expected to be transferred from one generation to the next. If every estate gave just 5% to the community for future generations, The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc. could grant an additional $3.31million each year, forever. ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 16. CHARITABLE FUND OPTIONS HIGH LOW Unrestricted Fund Broad gift for community; community foundation awards grants Field of Interest Fund Targeted gift to a specific area; community foundation awards grants Designated Fund Gift to benefit a specific organization Donor Advised Fund Gift fund for donor- recommended grantmaking Supporting Organization Some attributes of private foundation with community foundation support Private Foundation Independent board awards grants and separate administration Impact flexibility Donor involvement ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 17. THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 10 REASONS WHY PEOPLE GIVE TO THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 1 We are a local organization with deep roots in the community. 2 We have broad expertise regarding community issues and needs. 3 We provide highly personalized service tailored to your charitable and financial interests. 4 Our funds help people invest in the causes they care about most. 5 We accept a wide variety of assets, and can facilitate even the most complex forms of giving. 6 We partner with professional advisors to create highly effective approaches to charitable giving. 7 We offer maximum tax advantage for most gifts under state and federal law. 8 We multiply the impact of gift dollars by pooling them with other gifts and grants. 9 We build endowment funds that benefit the community forever and help create personal legacies. 10 We are a collaborative community leader, coordinating resources to create positive change. ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 18. ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014 The real difference: PEOPLE POWER Resident engagement is mission critical
  • 19. THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION BY AND FOR THE PEOPLE SIX ELEMENTS OF RESIDENT ENGAGEMENT 1 Represent the community in your choices for staff, board and committee members. 2 Listen to resident concerns and ideas about the community’s future. 3 Offer information, space and support to others engaging residents. 4 Understand civic systems and processes to help residents connect with the public sector. 5 Partner with residents to advance their ideas and solve problems. 6 Measure level and quality of resident engagement in all efforts. Based on Engaging Residents: A New Call to Action for Community Foundations, a 2013 report prepared by the CFLeads Cultivating Community Engagement Panel. ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 20. THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION PRINCIPLES OF POWERFUL RESIDENT ENGAGEMENT Inclusive. People from all parts of the community’s population are involved in every way. Everyone gives. All parties contribute to the effort, drawing on their individual strengths and assets. Reciprocity. Organizations and individuals teach and learn from each other in a two-way exchange. Assets, not deficits. All residents have power and ability. Communities can identify, use and leverage assets such as time, talents, experiences, networks and more. Partnership, not directorship. Organizations and individuals work with, rather than for or on behalf of communities. PEOPLE POWER Based on Engaging Residents: A New Call to Action for Community Foundations, a 2013 report prepared by the CFLeads Cultivating Community Engagement Panel. ©2013 COF & MCFVCelebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014 More than money. Organizations have many resources to strengthen communities. Relate to others Understand issues Make recommendations Take action
  • 21. ©2013 COF & MCFV Youth grantmakers CARE about their community Celebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
  • 22. ©2013 COF & MCFV Involving our NEXT GENERATION of philanthropists in great grantmaking Celebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014