Carroll County residents now have until September 30 to vote in a friendly donation competition meant to raise funds for local nonprofits.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Kym Byrnes
Thursday, June 28, 2012
The Community Foundation of Carroll County has extended the voting period for the Carroll Counts campaign to September 30, 2012. Carroll Counts is a capital campaign with a twist. All proceeds will beneﬁt the Community Foundation of Carroll County and the inaugural projects. Carroll County residents are invited to support the community projects with votes and dollars until September 30, 2012. Which project(s) do you want to support? Response to the Carroll County campaign has been strong, with over 1000 votes and dollars going to the seven non-profit projects in the friendly donation competition, according to a news release. Currently, Winters Mill High School leads the vote with their project, an effort to raise money to purchase …
It's your choice! The Community Foundation of Carroll County is letting community members choose projects to fund.
- LOCAL CONNECTIONS
- Kym Byrnes
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
The Community Foundation of Carroll County has launched an innovative capital campaign concept that they say is going to transform local giving. And everyone in the community plays a role. First, local nonprofits must submit project ideas for which they want funding. The deadline for these project ideas is April 1.Visit www.carrollcounts.org to learn about projects requirements and to submit project ideas. Second, five projects are chosen for the Carroll County residents to support through their votes and dollars. Third, each of the five projects will receive a portion of the funds raised through the Carroll Counts capital campaign based on the percentage of votes cast by community members. A portion of funds also goes to support the …