Mineral Point Community Endowment Fund

Mineral Point Community Endowment Fund

Get To Know Us

The mission of the Mineral Point Community Foundation is to invest resources in Mineral Point and in its schools to meet changing charitable, educational, civic, historical, and cultural needs. For good. For ever.

The Mineral Point Community Endowment is a permanent endowment created in 2016 to provide support for people, projects, and plans of Mineral Point. Each year the endowment gives back a portion of its earnings in the form of grants to qualified organizations serving the community. The endowment is led by a volunteer advisory board who initiates fundraising activities and determines grant awards.

Learn About Our Grants

Coming soon

Check Out Our Impact: Grant Awards

Wisconsin Historical Society – Pendarvis Historic Site, Merry Christmas Mine Hill Trails & Prairie Restoration Project, $1,700
Pointer Pantry, Inc., Summer Pantry, $500
Mineral Point Historical Society, Gate Restoration at Orchard Lawn, $900
Seniors United for Nutrition, Mileage/Stipend Reimbursement for Home Delivered Meals, $500
Mineral Point Opera House, A Sound Improvement, $6,000

2019 Fall Cycle Total: $9,600

Apply For A Grant

Annual grant application deadline: TBA

Grant Guidelines

Tips and tools for you to use as you prepare your application. Print out this PDF as you prepare your grant for a quick checklist of your progress.

Invest In Your Community

Donations to the Mineral Point Community Endowment Fund are welcome at any time of the year. All gifts are tax deductible. Mail a check to this address, or click the button to donate online.
Mineral Point Community Endowment
P.O. Box 24
Mineral Point, WI 53565

Donor Services Representative

Dave Murphy
Phone: (608) 758-0883

Advisory Board Members

The Fund is advised by a committee of community volunteers who initiate fundraising activities and determine grant awards:

Kristin Mitchell, Chair
Keith Burrows
Lynn Goninen
Jim Kackley
Ray Nortman
Lori Pittz
Peter Schmalz
Mike Wagner
Joe Witmer