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Charitable giving traditions are a big part of many peoples’ lives. The ways philanthropic values translate into action and behavior, however, vary widely from person to person. And that’s a good thing! When you align your charitable giving activities with your own personality and the...

McPherson Co.  - The McPherson County Community Foundation (MCCF) is pleased to announce Jim Ostlund as the new Director of Development. Ostlund is a current Campus Pastor at Journey Mennonite in McPherson, KS, a position he has held for 12 years. The Director of Development will be focused...

As your go-to resource for charitable giving techniques, our team pays close attention to best practices in addressing the broad range of your charitable intentions to support both near-term and long-term community needs. This includes tracking legal developments that may impact philanthropy broadly, impact specific...

At first glance, you may think of charitable giving as mostly an individual act. Certainly, most of the time, the actual money or asset that constitutes the charitable donation comes from a single person, couple, or entity. Beyond that, though, it likely makes sense to...

The McPherson County Community Foundation on behalf of Cradle to Crayons is pleased to announce they have received $166,600 in Community Service Program (CSP) Tax Credits through the Kansas Department of Commerce. The available tax credits will be used to enhance fundraising efforts for the new building...

Summertime can mean vacations, travel, a slower (or at least different) pace, and time to reflect. This year, our team is thinking quite a bit about the significant role of philanthropy across the world and how that widespread enthusiasm drives so much energy for charitable...