Greater Poweshiek Community Foundation

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Greater Poweshiek Community Foundation


  • 1992 - 2022 (Creation)


Quantity: one grey legal-size document box
Arrangement: see below

Background Note: The Greater Poweshiek Community Foundation (GPCF) serves Poweshiek County by providing financial management support to our partner nonprofit agencies and assisting individuals with their personal giving objectives. GPCF inspires philanthropy through effective granting, responsible investing, and building partnerships to enhance inclusive, vibrant, and sustainable communities and nonprofits.

Container List: Folder #1 – News article copies 1992-1993
Folder #2 – News article copies 2005-2006
Folder #3 – News article copies 2007-2009
Folder #4 – News article copies 2010-2011
Folder #5 – News article copies 2012
Folder #6 – News article copies 2013
Folder #7 – News article copies 2014
Folder #8 – News article copies 2015
Folder #9 – News article copies 2016
Folder #10 – News article copies 2017
Folder #11 – News article copies 2018
Folder #12 – News article copies 2019-2022
Folder #13 – Pamphlets and advertisements (all years)

  • J. Gosselink & J. Hunter, "Nonprofit Collaboration in Grinnell: A Case Study", see Ahrens Foundation
  • “Fast facts about Greater Poweshiek Community Foundation”
  • 8 foldable pamphlets with mission statements and donation information
  • 8 Flyers advertising picnics and fundraising events
  • Miscellaneous mailing advertisements
    Folder #14 – Booklets, catalogs, and annual reports (all years)
  • “Building a Better Grinnell” 2012 survey results
  • “Celebrating 25 Years of Growing and Giving” booklet, May 10, 2014
  • Annual report booklets for 2007, 2011, 2013, and 2017
  • “The Catalog for Giving” for 2013, 2016, and 2017
  • Booklets with lists of Spring charity events for 2012 and 2013
  • “Together for Tomorrow” donation booklet
  • “In the Heart of Grinnell” information booklet

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Archivist's note

Name of Preparer: S. Kempenaar

Date of Preparation: 9/27/22

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