Supporting programs for youth and the elderly and promoting education, the arts and health care for all, as part of the legacy of Neenah architect and philanthropist Frank C. Shattuck.
Created by a large gift from the estate of Neenah architect Frank C. Shattuck, the permanent endowment fund supports new services or supplements existing ones for youth and the elderly, while promoting education, the arts and health care for all.
Preference is given to requests that involve critical services, are likely to make a difference, meet current community needs and are presented by organizations that are well financed, sustainable and supported by an existing constituency, particularly concerning:
Range of grantmaking: Unspecified
Deadlines: Unsolicited requests not accepted by the committee. Potential applicants must contact the staff representative.
Read the Community Foundation’s general grant policies and describe your proposal to:
Director of Donor Services
About the photo: The Frank C. Shattuck Community Fund supported the installation of accessible kayak and canoe launches in the Fox River like this one at Lutz Park in Appleton. David Horst photo.