Established in 2003, the Waupaca Area Community Foundation's mission is to preserve and improve the quality of life for the people of the greater Waupaca area.
Our donors support charitable work in our communities, across the state or around the world. Contributions to permanent endowments and other charitable funds provide for grants to 501(c)3 and other qualifying nonprofit organizations and projects.
The WACF, a geographic affiliate of the Appleton, WI-based Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region, has awarded more than $820,000 in grants since its inception.
Waupaca Area Community Foundation grants, awarded from unrestricted funds, support specific projects or new programs for which a moderate amount of grant money can make a significant impact on an area of need. Grants are made for a broad range of purposes to a wide variety of charitable organizations in the focus areas of arts and culture, community development, education, environment, health and human services.
|Jack Rhodes - Chair
Tim Neuville - Vice Chair
Laine Lazers - Treasurer
Ray Hutchinson - Secretary
Works to preserve and improve the quality of life for the people of the greater Waupaca area.
Range of grantmaking: Up to $7,500 per application, with a max of $15,000 per organization. Starting in 2014, grants for the same program are limited to 3 years.
Grant application deadline: 4:00 p.m. June 16, 2014
Grant decision: Mid-August (Grant will not cover expenses incurred before decision date.)
Contact: Heidi Dusek, (920) 830-1290 ext 25
Individuals, families and organizations establish charitable funds with us to give back to the community in ways that help others today and for future generations. It's easy to start a fund with a gift of cash, stock, real estate or almost any asset. We can help you plan a gift that meets your charitable goals. View WACF fund list
Did you know...you can plan for a future charitable gift today by naming us in your will? If you make this or another type of "planned" gift, we would be honored to welcome you into the Himebaugh Legacy Circle.