Green River Area Community FoundationNext Section
The Green River Area Community Foundation (GRACF) is dedicated to enriching the quality of life for all citizens in the counties of Daviess, Hancock, McLean, Ohio, Union and Webster, Kentucky. GRACF serves the charitable interests of donors who have established charitable funds as part of a permanent, collective, philanthropic resource for the current and future needs of the region.
The Green River Area Community Foundation is an affiliate foundation of the Community Foundation of Louisville, a tax-exempt public charity that administers charitable funds created by individuals, businesses and organizations for the betterment of their communities.
The Green River Area Community Foundation was organized in 1993 to provide the services of a community foundation to local residents and to begin building a collective charitable endowment for the Green River Area.
If you’d like to make a contribution to one of the general funds at the Green River Area Community Foundation you may do so by clicking here.
- Larry O'Bryan, Chair
- Jason Worth, Chair Elect
- Steve Divine, Treasurer & Finance
- Jeff Ebelhar, County Outreach Chair & Board Development Chair
- Gregory Longtine, Grant Making Chair
- Pam Hagan, Professional Outreach
- Jason Worth, Public Relations Chair
- Frank Martin, Secretary
- Steve Divine
- G. Dan Griffith
- Frank Hagan
- John Kurtz
- Tom Lilly
- Crystal Patterson
- David Ross
- Jiten Shah
- Craig Smith
- Mark Starnes
The Green River Area Community Foundation has $200,000 available for scholarship grants. Visit the Scholarship section of the Community Foundation of Louisville’s website to apply.
If you are a professional advisor, please note that the Green River Area Community Foundation hosts a half-day continuing education seminar each year in the late spring/early summer. The date for the 2017 seminar has not been announced yet, but stay tuned for details.