In 2015 we contracted for a comprehensive needs assessment which will inform our grant making for the future.
Click here for a two-page summary.
On Exhibit in the Foundation Offices:
Art from Your Home Library
Did you know that many libraries used to (and some still do) loan out art work? We have eleven landscape paintings from Your Home Library in Johnson City now on display in our conference room. Stop in and take a look, Monday-Friday 8-4.
2018 Annual Report
You can view the 2018 Annual Report, Small Investments Deliver Big Impact, celebrating how small grant awards can make a big difference in our communities, by clicking here. We’re big believers in small is beautiful. We are a small foundation making relatively small grants, but those grants add up to a significant investment in the quality of life in the region.
2017 Annual Report
You can view the 2017 Annual Report celebrating our 20th Anniversary; Deep Roots, Broad Branches, by clicking here.
County by county, we highlight 2017 accomplishments and grants, while taking an historical look at our first twenty years of building a better region through engaged philanthropy.
2016 Annual Report
You can view the 2016 Annual Report, All in Together; Philanthropy in Action, by clicking here.
Read about our journey from assessment to action; transforming knowledge gained through our needs assessment into collaboration with community organizations, funders, governmental agencies, our donors and friends making our communities a better place to live.
2015 Annual Report
You can view the 2015 Annual Report, Vision; Reflecting the Past, Honoring the Present, Shaping the Future, by clicking here.
Read about how, as regional and local needs, donor priorities and economic circumstances shift over time, we keep our vision broad, with an eye toward where we have been, where we are now and where we are headed.
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