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The Putnam County Community Foundation is a nonprofit public charity established in 1985 to administer funds, award grants and provide leadership, enriching the quality of life and strengthening community in Putnam County. The Community Foundation administers more than 276 funds for donors supporting a variety of charitable activities and has awarded nearly $13 million dollars in grants and scholarships.



2018 Putnam-Montgomery Nonprofit Learning Series

This year's series is an exciting one!  No matter the topic, every session is designed to help you create a personal and professional leadership growth plan. 

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March 13: Marketing Magic

April 10: Measure What Matters

May 8: From Paper to Practice

August 7: Nonprofit Finance Demystified

September 11: Data in the Digital Age

October 9: Building A Strategic Board

November 13: No More Bored Boards


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Seeking Exceptional Youth -

The Community Foundation is seeking high school students interested in making a philanthropic difference in our community.  Youth Philanthropy Committee Applications now available.   More>

Youth Philanthropy Night at Almost Home Restaurant -

On March 8th Almost Home will host the 8th Annual Youth Philanthropy Night fundraiser.   More>

100 Women Kick-off 5th Year -

100 Women Who Care of Putnam County are beginning their 2018 year with an event on February 7th.   More>

Music Endowment Provides Free Violin Lessons -

Robin and Bryan Gerard presented a grant of $1,231.00 to Tzouanakis Intermediate School to purchase music and supplies for the growing strings program. More>

Marketing Magic, March 13 -

Good marketing is more than a slick ad or a wellplaced billboard; it takes messaging that resonates and intentionality.  Not a how-to, but a hands-on, this session will walk you through creating a realistic marketing and communication schedulethat your organization can actually execute.

Leslie Galbreath, CEO dgs Marketing Engineers and Magenta Markting Communications


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