One Time Gift
Support the Fund for Public Giving…
Gifts of any size may be given to the Fund for Public Giving, an unrestricted component fund of the Foundation's permanent endowment. Income from the Fund is used to make a variety of grants addressing the community's needs.
Donate to the Administrative Fund…
Individuals, organizations, and corporations contribute any amount to the Administrative Fund to provide ongoing administrative support for the Foundation.
Contribute to an Established Fund…
Individuals, organizations, and corporations contribute any amount to already established named funds.
Consider a Memorial/Honorarium Contribution…
Memorial/honorarium gifts are thoughtful ways to remember special people. Along with the remembrance of each person, these gifts enable others in the community to benefit yet again from each of these individual's lives.
Give Every Year
Become a Sustaining Member…
The Sustaining Membership Program has various levels of membership – with your gift going directly to the general grants program each year. See below for membership levels.
Sustaining Membership Levels
$1 - $99.99
$100 - $249.99
$250 - $499.99
$500 - $999.99
$1,000 - $2,499.99
$2,500 - $4,999.99
$5,000 - $9,999.99
$10,000 & Above
Create a Fund
Establish a Named Fund That Best Fulfills Your Purpose…
For a minimum of $10,000, four types of funds can be created. These funds may be completed over a 10-year period. They are:
Many donors place no restriction on the possible applications for their fund, having come to understand that a critical aspect of the Foundation's mission is identifying and addressing changing community needs - which often cannot be anticipated at the time the fund is established.
Field of Interest
Field of interest funds may be used by donors to channel their resources into a broad area of concern such as health care, youth services, education, the arts, recreation, etc. The Foundation will then make grants from the earned income to programs or organizations in the field specified.
A donor with a highly focused charitable interest may create a fund which is dedicated exclusively to a specific organization or purpose. The Foundation assumes oversight responsibility for ensuring that the income from the fund is distributed as the donor intends.
In this type of fund the donor retains the privilege of periodically suggesting a specific organization, purpose, or field of interest to receive income from the Fund
Make a Planned Gift
Become a Future Builder...
To establish a Future Builders Fund, donors advise the Foundation in writing of their decision to make a planned gift – either through a will or as beneficiary of an insurance policy - to the Foundation upon their demise. Gifts can be designated for a specific purpose or for the Foundation’s Fund for Public Giving.
CURRENT FUTURE BUILDERS PLEDGED
The Bleisch Family Trust
Jeff and Brenda Hebrank
John H. P. and Joanne I. Klueter
Ralph and Donna Korte
Herman and Margaret “Maggie” Louer
Terry and Joan Riffel
Adrian and Sharon Rogier
Floyd and Eunice Rogier