The Indiana General Assembly recently honored the country’s community foundations on the 100th anniversary of their creation. The concept has been alive in Indiana for 98 years and in Johnson County for more than 20 years.
A resolution honoring community foundations and the work they do to improve the lives of local folks was adopted by the Indiana Senate on Feb. 24.
“We want to celebrate all the good work being done by community foundations throughout America and especially right here in Indiana,” said state Sen. Randy Head, R-Logansport. “The generosity of countless donors and partner organizations continues to make life better for all of us.”