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The Central Alabama Community Foundation was established in 1987 by a group of local civic leaders.  Their vision was to create a permanent charitable foundation to support a myriad of opportunities and needs in the Montgomery area.  Since its founding, CACF has grown to hold over $36 million in charitable assets while distributing over $19 million to organizations that serve the community.

Through its 190+ funds, CACF addresses a wide variety of concerns, supporting projects and programs in education, health, human services, cultural arts, recreation, historic preservation and other civic concerns.  Each year, the Foundation distributes over $2.5 million through more than 400 grants and scholarships. 

The Foundation oversees several affiliated funds designed to address specific areas. 

Autauga Area Community Foundation provides donor services to residents of Autauga County. Each year, it distributes grants to local organizations to support programs like food banks, activities for seniors and children, and a summer camp for young cancer patients.

Elmore County Community Foundation provides grants to organizations that serve the residents of Elmore County. Governed by a committee of local community leaders, ECCF has distributed over $1.6 million since it was established in 1996. ECCF also awards over $50,000 each year in college scholarships through its 16 different scholarship funds.

Southeast Alabama Community Foundation was established in 1995 by community leaders and affiliated with CACF in 2010. SACF offers grants and scholarships in the five-county Wiregrass region of Henry, Houston, Coffee, Dale and Geneva counties.




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2014 Board of Directors

Kyle Johnson

Burton Ward

David Allred
Rita O. Brown
Milton C. Davis
Laura Harmon
Evette Hester
Louise Jennings
Jennifer McDonald
Riley Roby
William (Bill) J. Scanlan
Shannon G. Speir
K. Roger Teel, Jr.
Daniel Thompson
Clay Torbert