Huntington County Community Foundation | HCCF Recognizes HARTA with Kudo Grant
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HCCF Recognizes HARTA with Kudo Grant

HCCF Recognizes HARTA with Kudo Grant

Huntington County Community Foundation (HCCF) Board Member Greg Smitley recently surprised Huntington Area Recreational Trails Association (HARTA) with a $100 kudo grant for their ongoing efforts to improve the quality of life in our community.

HCCF Associate Executive Director Matt Ditzler describes kudo grants as “a great way for HCCF board members to engage, support, and promote our local nonprofits and their fundraising efforts.” HCCF salutes HARTA for being an advocate for the development, construction, and expansion of community trails!

Since 1991, HCCF has strived to match the issues and organizations you are passionate about with impactful solutions that improve the overall quality of life in Huntington County. With assets of over $15 million, HCCF represents a collection of legacies created by individuals, families, businesses, and organizations all for charitable purposes within our county. Annually, these legacies award over $400,000 to local nonprofits through grants and students through scholarships. For more information on how you can create your own legacy, call 260-356-8878 or visit huntingtonccf.org.

Pictured (from left) – HARTA Board Member Jeffrey Webb and HCCF Board Member Greg Smitley

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