By Steve Veldhorst, chief financial officer On March 1, 2020, the Community Foundation transitioned from using an Investment Advisor to an Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO), choosing Fund Evaluation Group (FEG) as our partner. What a time for a transition! During the turbulent COVID-19 pandemic, we are fortunate to have FEG managing our portfolio. FEG […]
Establishing a charitable fund is a great way to make a community a better place for all. Your Community Foundation offers many ways to give. Explore some options this holiday season for your charitable gifts. By Michelle Lippart Hardwick, director of gift planning Leaves are changing, temperatures are getting colder and your mailbox is full […]
The Community Foundation staff is teaming up to safely support the American Cancer Society. This year’s Sole Burner 5K Walk/Run is now a virtual event on or before September 12 to benefit the American Cancer Society. Megan participates in the virtual event with her dogs Peyton and Sissy. What is a “virtual” race? This year’s […]
For those of you who have Irish or Scots-Irish ancestors, two nationally renowned speakers are coming to northeast Wisconsin to help discover more about those roots, thanks to a grant from the Miller/Anthes Family Fund within the Community Foundation. The grant helps support a March 13th lecture at the Brown County Library in Green Bay by […]
2016 brought 67 new approaches to donors improving their community through the Community Foundation. That’s how many new charitable funds were created during the calendar year, bringing the total to 1,430. Each fund is an expression of the charitable passion of the individual, family, business or other group that has established it. Here are a […]
From the Salvation Army – Fox Cities The Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region will match up to $35,000 of all community donations made at any of the 50 red kettles for The Salvation Army – Fox Cities today (Friday, Dec 16), 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. This is The Salvation Army’s largest match […]
WOW! This year’s extremely busy scholarship season is nearly over. The applications have been reviewed by committees, selections have been made, students have been notified and scholarship presentations have taken place at local high schools.