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Clintonville Area Foundation

Enhancing and improving the social, cultural, educational, health and general well-being of people in the Clintonville area.

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Our Story

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. Our competitive grants enhance and improve the social, cultural, educational, health and general well-being of the people in the Clintonville area.

Scholarships

Scholarships are available for Clintonville-area students, with most applications due March 1. Go to our scholarship search tool and select the name of your high school.

CvilleScholarships

Scholarships totaling $12,000 were awarded from CAF scholarship funds in 2016. Recipients from left: Jordan Streicher, Alyson Young, Noah Hartleben, Caitlin Carpenter, Anthony Pues, Abigail Krueger, Jessie Barker, Kaitlyn Kupsky and Megan Walotka.

View 2016 scholarship recipients

Carol J Johnson Scholarship Fund
Kaitlynn Kupsky

David and Verna Kuschel Scholarship Fund
Alyson Young

Arno and Eleanor Olson High School Scholarship Fund
Jessie Barker
Kaitlynn Kupsky
Jordan Streicher

Joan A Paulson Scholarship Fund
Jessie Barker

Margaret Peeters Memorial Scholarship Fund
Caitlin Carpenter

Walter and Mabel Schultz Scholastic Fund
Noah Hartleben
Anthony Pues
Megan Walotka

Jerry Wagenson Memorial Fund
Noah Hartleben

Grants

Most grants are awarded from charitable funds for which the donors recommend the nonprofit organization recipients. However, the CAF accepts applications annually by Dec. 15 from local nonprofit organizations for grants from the Clinvonville Area Foundation Community Fund Application process.

2017 Community Fund Grant recipients

Grants were presented Feb. 24. Photos by Jeff Hoffman.

2017 CAF grant recipients. CAF Chair Connie Carpenter and VIce Chair Joanne Doornink introduce the grant recipients. Foundation Vice Chair Joanne Doornink presents a grant to Tim Ewing, naturalist at Navarino Nature Center. CAF Vice Chair Joanne Doornink presents a grant to Rebecca Schoenicke, Clintonville Public School District. Foundation Board Member Kathy Mitchell and Lynn April, CESA 8. Jodie Veleke of the Clintonville School District receives a grant from CAF Treasurer Kathy Mitchell. Foundation Chairperson Connie Carpenter with Jodie Veleke, Clintonville Public School District, High School Principal Lance Bagstad, Clintonville School District Business Manager Lynette Edwards, Clintonville School District Board of Education President Jim Dins, and Supt. Tom O'Toole. Foundation Board Member Mike Hankins and Andrew Werth, Clintonville Ambulance Service. Girls Scouts Fund Development Coordinator Leslie Shapy (left) receives a grant from CAF Board Chair Connie Carpenter.
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Foundation Chairperson Connie Carpenter with Jodie Veleke, Clintonville Public School District, High School Principal Lance Bagstad, Clintonville School District Business Manager Lynette Edwards, Clintonville School District Board of Education President Jim Dins, and Supt. Tom O'Toole.
  • Navarino Nature Center – $2,000 to purchase new trail grooming equipment for winter sports, including snowshoeing and cross country skiing, and to purchase new snowshoes and ski boots.
  • CESA 8 – $2,800 to sponsor two Clintonville area teachers in the newly developed CESA 8 Career Academy Teacher Externship program.
  • Clintonville Area Ambulance Service – $1,000 to purchase new portable battery powered suction units that maintain open airways in pediatric patients.
  • Clintonville Public School District – $1,000 to provide high need items that are not being met by donations from the community to the High School Clothes Closet.
  • Clintonville Public School District – $1,899 for set-up of and training for the new Graduation Requirement module.
  • Girls Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Inc. – $2,000 to support a membership engagement initiative in the Clintonville area, which will provide a new volunteer system, a redesigned website platform, and a focused service-driven staffing model to recruit, retain and recognize volunteer troop leaders.

Charitable 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. View a list of our charitable funds.

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.

Board Members

Connie Carpenter – Chair
Joanne Doornink – Vice Chair
Kathy Mitchell – Treasurer
Kathy Akey – Secretary
DuWayne Federwitz
Mike Hankins
Jeff Hoffman
Nancy Ignacio
Joe O’Connor
Jerald Schoenike
Robert Van Asten
Sandee Wadleigh

Contact us

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 920-803-1290 (Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region office)
Mail: P.O. Box 244, Clintonville, WI, 54929-0244