Shelby County Community Foundation


The purpose of the Shelby County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Louisville, is to enrich the quality of life for all citizens of Shelby County through a permanent, collective philanthropic resource for the current and future needs of the Shelby County Community. Founded in 1995, the Shelby County Community Foundation’s Partnership Grants Fund has granted more than $2 Million to local nonprofit organizations for services in Shelby County. Click here to contribute to the Shelby County Partnership Grants Fund.

The 2024 application has closed, and the next application is expected to open in Spring 2025. Check back here for updates.

SCCF In Action

The Shelby County Community Foundation works each year to support Shelby County residents through its annual grantmaking program supporting local nonprofits. Click the arrow below to view the 2023 Annual Report, including a list of recent grant recipients.

Shelby County Community Foundation Brochure

Advisory Board

  • Howard Griffith, Chair
  • Vivian Overall, Vice Chair
  • Leon Mooneyhan, Treasurer
  • Belinda Nichols, Secretary
  • Jason Adkins
  • Leonard Ballard
  • Katie Berkley
  • Julie Hammond
  • Pat Hargadon
  • Blake Lawyer
  • Dee Maynard
  • Mari Mujica
  • Eileen Pickett
  • Leslie Potter
  • Walt Reichert
  • Rosemary Riggs
  • Lee Shannon
  • Larry Sykes, Jr.
  • Jennifer Tinsley
  • Jason Underwood
  • Ross Webb

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Howard Griffith
Howard Griffith
Advisory Board Chair
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Kate Biagi-Rickert, MSW, CAP®
Kate Biagi-Rickert, MSW, CAP®
Director, Stewardship
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