Mississinewa Audubon Club

Total Granted as of June 1, 2019
$1,699.00

*updated monthly

Fund Purpose:
The purpose of this fund is to receive donations and other funds or property to provide support, including scholarship, to the Club to carry out its role and mission as described by its governing documents.

Fund Story:
Mississinewa Audubon Club was founded in 1956 in Grant County, Indiana.  Mississinewa Audubon Club had nearly 30 members who meet monthly with a speaker knowledgeable about Nature/Birds/Wildlife/Conservation to name a few topics.  MAC club provides monthly guided hikes throughout Matter Park, we provide education to local groups/clubs/schools as speakers.  We take part in community events such as Evening in the Gardens, Magic in the Meadows, Garden House educational series, and others.  Mississinewa Audubon Club also promotes monthly field trips to different areas throughout the state of Indiana for members and nonmembers. Article 2 of our club constitution states “the objectives of this organization shall be to promote the study of wildlife and to undertake appropriate conservation activities”.

Fund Impact: 
Grants:
Little River Wetland Project
Mississinewa Raptor Project
Mississinewa Audubon Club

Scholarships:
Kyle Holloway

Fund Page Details:
Donating to this fund will increase the impact of its charitable fund purpose and grantmaking abilities. Clicking “Give Online” will allow you to make a charitable gift to this fund held at the Community Foundation of Grant County. Or mail your check to our office instead by using this donation form. Additionally, gifts of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, insurance, and estate plans are also accepted.

*The amount listed above may not be up-to-date. Call the Community Foundation for the most up-to-date fund balances.

 

 

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Loretta Tappan

Office Coordinator