DCF Policy Statement of Disqualified Persons
The Dearborn Community Foundation, Inc. (DCF) must comply with the
provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (“Code”) of 1986 as amended. The
Internal Revenue Service can impose sanctions against the Foundation for
ignoring the legal principle of private inurement as codified in Section
4958 of the Code. Private inurement principles limit or prohibit the
participation of certain people who have a close relationship to the
Foundation, which the Code commonly refers to as a “disqualified person.”
Donors and the donors’ child, grandchild, great grandchild, stepchild,
brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law or spouses of those
previously named are not eligible for assistance from the scholarship and/or
educational grant fund for which they are the primary donor or for whom the
fund is named.
DCF Anti-Discrimination Policy
The Dearborn Community Foundation, Inc.
actively seeks to promote access, equity and diversity, and to end
discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender, disability and/or age.
All questions relating to available scholarship/educational
grant opportunities should be directed to the DCF
Dearborn Community Foundation
322 Walnut Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025