Connecting people who care with needs that matter
Celebrating 30 Years
We’re proud to announce a special, one-time initiative as part of our 30th anniversary!
Since 1991, Steuben County Community Foundation has served as a community leader and champion for improving quality of life. We are committed to providing grant funds for exciting projects, sustaining support for essential services, awarding scholarships for students to receive higher education, and connecting donors who care with causes that matter to them.
Chuck Sheets, pictured here with his wife, Tusie (Ruth Ann), shared his thoughts about his involvement with SCCF.
“When I had the opportunity to be part of the Community Foundation in the beginning, I was awed by the prospect of what this could become. It amazes me now how well the community has supported it, beyond anything we could have imagined. It’s obvious the Community Foundation has become important to this community. I truly love this community and everything it has to offer.”
Members of the Pleasant Lake Historical Society and Steuben County Community Foundation President and CEO, Jennifer Danic pose for a photo after Museum officials started
From left to right: Angola senior Kameron Marple, Hamilton senior Krystalyn Mullin, Angola senior Jacqueline Miller, Angola senior Madison Dailey, Fremont senior Lauren Teeple, and