Established in 1995, the Clintonville Area Foundation's mission is to enhance and improve the social, cultural, educational, health and general well-being of people in the Clintonville area. It became a geographic affiliate of the Appleton, WI-based Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region in 2000. Learn about our Community Foundation and how to join the Circle of Giving.

2013 Scholarship recipients

From left, recipients: Akey Family Scholarship, Kristen Letten;  Margaret Peeters Memorial Scholarship, Janessa Hauser; Jane Billings/Joan Paulson Honors Reading Scholarship, Taylor Leach; David and Verna Kuschel Scholarship, Lucas Eggers; Arno and Eleanor Olson Scholarship, Carmen Johnson; Schoenike Scholarship, Austin Peltonen; Joan Paulson Scholarship, Carmen Johnson; and Walter and Mabel Schultz Scholarships, Elena Mederas and Cole Hansen. Photo by Jeff Hoffman

 

Grants
Charitable funds within the Clintonville Area Foundation have awarded $214,000 in grants since 2000. Most grants are awarded through funds for which the donors recommend recipients or have dedicated all grant money to specific charitable organizations or causes.

Competitive grants from funds directed by the CAF Board are awarded through an annual application process.

Works to enhance and improve the social, cultural, educational, health and general well-being of the people in the Clintonville area.
Grant application deadlines: Accepted Sept.1-Dec. 15
Contact:  Connie Carpenter, 715-250-2211
Grant guidelines 
Grant Application

Grant collaborator application - To be filled out by non-lead partners in collaborative grant applications.

 

A grant to Tiny Truckers Day Care Center helped to upgrade playground equipment. A grant to Tiny Truckers Day Care Center helped to upgrade playground equipment.
A grant to Clintonville Middle School helped to start the “You Grow Girl” program, to move toward the goal of becoming part of the national Girls on the Run program. A grant to Clintonville Middle School helped to start the “You Grow Girl” program, to move toward the goal of becoming part of the national Girls on the Run program.





























December 2013 Grant Summary


dECEMBER 2012 GRANT SUMMARY

 

Board Members

Nancy Ignacio, Chair
Mike Hankins, Vice Chair
Kathy Akey, Secretary
Connie Carpenter, Treasurer
April Dunlavy
Jenny Goldschmidt
Jeff Hoffman
Kathy Mitchell
Jerald Schoenike
Robert Van Asten
Sandee Wadleigh

 

Funds

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.

Clintonville Area Foundation Family of Funds
 

Craig and Kathleen Akey and Family
    Scholarship Fund
Richard and Anne Beggs Historic   Preservation & Edu Future Fund
Viola Behling Health Fund
Clintonville Area Recreational
    Endowment Fund
Clintonville Community Fund
Clintonville Education Fund
Community Heroes Award Fund
Glenn and Jenny Goldschmidt 
    Scholarship Fund
SSG Warren S. Hansen Memorial 
    Fund
Mark Joy Youth Fund
David and Verna Kuschel Scholarship Fund  
Natural World for Kids Fund

 

Arno and Eleanor Olson High  
School Scholarship Fund

Arno and Eleanor Olson St.  Martin Scholarship Fund

Paulson - Billings Honors Reading Scholarship Fund

Joan A. Paulson Scholarship Fund 

Margaret Peeters Memorial Scholarship Fund

D.J. Rohrer Community Fund

Jerald and Julia Schoenike Scholarship Fund

Walter and Mable Schultz Historical Society Memorial Fund

Walter and Mable Schultz Scholastic Fund

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What's
happening

Eight local nonprofits
benefit from grants
totaling $11,200

Scholarships
by school

Click on high school
to see scholarships

Clintonville 
Shiocton 

Contact us

Email:    
clintonvillefoundation
@gmail.com


Phone:
   
920-830-1290
(Community
Foundation for
the Fox Valley
Region office)

Mail:
P.O. Box 244
Clintonville, WI
54929-0244

About US

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