Options for Giving

Horizon Community Funds has options for the full spectrum of donors, from those who want to give to a general community fund to those who want to choose what charities benefit from their gifts.

New this year: Your gift to an endowed fund at Horizon Community Foundation could earn you a substantial state tax credit through Endow Kentucky!

Donors may receive the tax credit by establishing their own charitable endowment fund or by contributing to existing ones at Horizon Community Funds. Learn more here.

To apply for the tax credit, donors must file an application for preliminary authorization with the Kentucky Department of Revenue. Instructions and an application for preliminary approval are available online here.

Learn more about our funds in our new video, created with Spotted Yeti Media!

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Community impact Fund

Invest in Northern Kentucky, now and in the future

When you invest in our community fund, you are making a charitable gift that addresses the challenges of Northern Kentucky as they evolve, including needs that are not anticipated at the time the gift is made. Learn more!

 
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donor advised Funds

Choose your charities and your timing

Donor advised funds are convenient and flexible tools for highly motivated people who are likely to be personally involved in philanthropy. Learn more!

 
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designated funds

Support your favorite organizations

With a designated fund, you can directly give to one or more specific organizations and even select a specific purpose for use of the monies within the organization. Learn more!

 
 
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Donor Privacy

Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky places a high priority on protecting donors’ privacy. View our general privacy policy.

I am honored and proud to be a part of Northern Kentucky’s growth for the past 25 years. The Horizon Community Funds allow us the opportunity to create a legacy for future generations that will ensure continued growth and development for many years to come.
— Kimberly Halbauer, Council of Trustees Member