By Beth Blahut, New Glarus Library Board Trustee The ‘Mapping Our Community’ exhibition showcases artwork created by local community members. The project, sponsored by the
First National Bank Trust awarded a $1,000 grant to the Argyle Community Fund as part of the Federal Home Loan Bank COVID-19 Relief Program. The
In 2015, the Women’s Fund advisory board raised funds to replace the original mural because the weather exposure had drastically faded its original beauty. And
The Elkhorn Fund is helping The Elkhorn Area School District (EASD) Education Foundation further its efforts in supporting meal programming and food sharing during the
The Advisory Board of the Blanchardville / Hollandale Area Fund (BHAF) and Pecatonica Excellence in Education Fund awarded grants in excess of $15,000 to the
Crawford County Community Fund Grant Helps Couleecap, Inc. Offer Unemployment Assistance During COVID-19
With help from a $3,000 grant from the Crawford County Community Fund, a component of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, Couleecap Inc. has expanded
The Platteville Community Fund, a component of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, announces the creation of the Platteville Community Fund COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fund
In his opening remarks of the 20th anniversary celebration Joe Krantz, LCF advisory board chair, recognized current advisory board members Susan Hermsen, Amara Hoffman, Sam Jonas, LuAnne Pink, Crysti Prange, Kevin Raisbeck, Megan Slane and Kyle Vesperman as well special advisor & historian Rod Roggensack.
Six Iowa-Grant Middle School students were recently presented certificates and monetary awards made possible through a charitable bequest from the estate of Elizabeth J. Summers.
Mary Demo and Kim Schmelz, advisory board members of the Belmont EIE and Scholarship Endowment funds board, presented six grants totaling $2,744 at the April 12 Belmont Schools Faculty/Staff in-service. These awards were made based on applications developed and submitted by personnel in the Belmont Schools.
Seven awards will be presented at the 9th Annual Crawford County Leadership Awards program, organized by the advisory board to the Crawford County Community Fund.
It was nearly a year ago that the Mineral Point Community Endowment advisory board announced its initial grant awards – $2000 for the Sardeson building renovation and $2000 to assist with the restoration of the Governor Dodge Lodge at Water Tower Park.
The Lancaster Community Fund advisory board presented a grant of $15,000 from the Charles “Sonny” Tiedemann Charitable Fund to the Lancaster Community Players for lighting upgrades for the city-owned Grantland Theater. It is the goal of LCP to have the lighting project completed for their April 25 to 28, spring 2019 production of “Mamma Mia!”
JANESVILLE, WI. – The Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin (CFSW) announces the recent hiring of Sarah Lee as a Donor Service Representative. Lee, of Janesville,
In making the award, the board noted the importance of the many businesses that will be impacted by the project and the need for all to support those businesses during construction.
Applications for projects or programs that propose practical solutions to current community needs in the areas of the arts and culture, education, appreciation of and knowledge about our community’s history, and health and human services are highly encouraged.
Charitable non-profit organizations, schools, and/or local government entities serving the people of the Platteville area are eligible to apply for grants. Requests from and for individuals are not eligible.
Program recognizes individuals, organizations or businesses that have helped make Crawford County a better place to live, work and play.
Foundation presents three awards totaling $1,220
The Mineral Point Excellence in Education Advisory Board, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, is excited to announce that grant monies are
Mineral Point EIE pop-up shop featured in the news.
Event also recognized the service of several “local leaders in philanthropy”
Steven L. Brown would likely be quite surprised and honored if he were to return to Gays Mills today to find that his great-grandson, Dr.