Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Grantmaking

MARIETTA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION INC

Marietta, OH

Mission

Marietta Community Foundation, by serving as manager and distributor of donated funds, supports philanthropy and the efforts of citizens to improve natural, human and civic resources. An advocate for a strong and active sense of community, the Foundation is attentive to today's needs, yet attuned to tomorrow's opportunities.

Ruling Year

2002

President & CEO

Mrs. Heather Allender

Main Address

PO Box 77 100 Putnam Street

Marietta, OH 45750 USA

Keywords

marietta,community,foundation, Washington County, ohio

EIN

74-3054287

 Number

8129188024

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Community Foundations (T31)

Community, Neighborhood Development, Improvement (S20)

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Annual Grantmaking

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Our Vision:

Washington County is a community where generosity and civic engagement are valued and practiced by all people to the common good.

Marietta Community Foundation, by serving as manager and distributor of donated funds, supports philanthropy and the efforts of citizens to improve natural, human and civic resources. An advocate for a strong and active sense of community, the Foundation is attentive to today's needs, yet attuned to tomorrow's opportunities.

Power of Philanthropy

We respect the power of philanthropy to transform lives and shape the course of Washington County's destiny.
We hold sacred the intentions of donors and respect the worth of their vision.

Service and Stewardship

We take our job seriously, maintaining the highest standards of integrity in donor relations, community service, institutional governance, and fiscal management.
We do not alter from our mission nor lose sight of our vision.
We engage in action that promotes the common good. We commit ourselves to fully embrace that calling for as long as the need exists.

Legacy

We honor the contributions of those who have worked tirelessly in the past to ensure the well-being of the Washington County area, and pledge to support those who will carry on that legacy.

Washington County is full of growing, vibrant, and sustainable non-profit organizations. They are meeting the current needs of their constituents, as well as expanding the services provided to the residents of our community.

The Marietta Community Foundation has increased its annual grantmaking by 38% in the last year. We are providing larger, more impactful grants that enable our local non-profits to expand their services.

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Financials

MARIETTA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION INC

Fiscal year: Jan 01 - Dec 31

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Operations

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BOARD ORIENTATION & EDUCATION

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CEO OVERSIGHT

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ETHICS & TRANSPARENCY

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BOARD COMPOSITION

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BOARD PERFORMANCE

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