ANGOLA — As part of Steuben County Community Foundation’s 30th anniversary celebrations, local nonprofit organizations will receive recognition for their accomplishments on Thursday at Trine University T. Furth Center for Performing Arts.
This event is the conclusion of a two-part, 30th anniversary celebration that shows how nonprofits and their donors shape Steuben County.
In June, the Foundation surprised 30 Steuben County-based nonprofit organizations each with a $10,000 unrestricted operating grant, and a sponsored impact video produced by One Lucky Guitar, Inc.
The impact videos are part of a short film presentation at the event titled, “We Call It Home.”
The family-friendly event is free and open to the public. For more information about Steuben County Community Foundation or to make a reservation to the 30th anniversary celebration, visit, steubenfoundation.org.
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