The History of 100+ Women Who Care

The History of 100+ Women Who Care

When Karen Dunigan attended an executive leadership lunch for the Center for Family Health in 2006, she didn’t intend to create a new way of giving. She wanted to solve an immediate problem in her community. New mothers needed portable cribs. Many brought their babies...
Volunteer Spotlight – Jennie Zoll

Volunteer Spotlight – Jennie Zoll

This month, our Otsego Community Foundation (OCF) Volunteer Spotlight shines on Jennie Zoll. Without volunteers like Jennie, the OCF would not exist. We rely on community members like Jennie, who donate their time, energy, and expertise to the organization. Jennie is...
First Congregational Church Community Meal     Grant Impact

First Congregational Church Community Meal Grant Impact

In 2022, Vicky Rigney registered for the OCF 100+ Women Who Care event for the first time. She nominated the First Congregational Church Community Meal Program as one of the local non-profit organizations eligible for the evening’s proceeds. Vicky’s expectations for...
Secure Act 2.0, New Rules Governing Charitable Gifts

Secure Act 2.0, New Rules Governing Charitable Gifts

On December 29, 2022, President Biden signed into law the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2022 (SECURE Act 2.0). The law builds upon the initial SECURE Act, passed in 2019, and includes dozens of new provisions aimed at helping...
OCF Welcomes Communications Coordinator

OCF Welcomes Communications Coordinator

We are happy to announce that Kristine Lassen has joined the Otsego Community Foundation (OCF) team as our Communications Coordinator! “Over the past few years, the OCF has experienced significant growth. The workload, with gifts received and grants awarded, has...