Community Chest conducts an annual drive to assist non-profit agencies that provide valuable services to our youth, area residents and communities.

Shelby County Community Chest holds an annual drive to assist local, non-profits agencies that provide valuable services to our youth, area residents, and communities. The SCCC has designed an efficient, convenient way for you to assist different agencies.

Total agencies' request for the 2020/2021 campaign were $35,000. Your generous, tax-deductible donations can help benefit the following non-profit agencies that provide important services in our county.

  • Concerned, Inc.

  • Country Care Center

  • Danish Windmill Corp.

  • Faith Sound

  • Friends of Harlan City Parks

  • Girl Scouts

  • Harlan Community Library Foundation Inc.

  • Harlan Community School District

  • Harlan Lions Club

  • Iowa Community Kitchen

  • Iowa State University Extension & Outreach Shelby County

  • Loess Hills Agriculture in the Classroom

  • Nishnabotna Conservation Foundation

  • Shelby Co. Community Outreach

  • Shelby Co. Fair

  • Shelby Co. Historical Museum

  • Shelby Co. Prevent Child Abuse Council

  • Shelby County Public Health

  • Shelby County Wellness Alliance

  • Time for Tots

  • West Central Community Action

We thank you for your support and hope that you will give generously. For your convenience, you may mail to SCCC PO Box 527, Harlan, IA 51537; donate online using PayPal; sign up for automatic bank withdrawal; or simply drop off at any Shelby County State Bank. 

THANKS TO YOU, we can make a difference in the lives of many deserving individuals in our area!

You can follow the Shelby County Community Chest on Facebook. We will post SCCC's campaign progress, and highlight some of the community services that these agencies are able to provide through your financial support! 

Shelby County Community Chest Board Members

Becky Morenz, Sarah Schumacher, Dawn Winnett,

Jim Zimmerman, Ryan Brodersen, Stacie Frederick,

Lexie Hagle, Amy Taylor, and Mallory Meyer