- Community Foundation Operating Fund
- Swanson Endowment Fund for Staff Development
Gifts to this fund support the operations of the community foundation, ensuring the continuation of our work throughout Chippewa County.
Unrestricted funds enable our foundation to address our region's changing needs by increasing Community Needs grant awards and undertaking new community initiatives. These funds are vital for the support of many local nonprofit organizations that enhance our quality of life.
This family of unrestricted funds support areas of interest that may include: Arts and Culture, Community Development, Education, Environment and Animal Welfare, & Health and Human Services. The Community Foundation of Chippewa County Board awards grants to organizations and programs that are making a difference in the area the fund holder wishes.
These funds are designated by the fund holders to benefit specific nonprofit charitable organizations.
These funds support the charitable purposes of organizations recommended by fund advisors to address issues and needs that are most important to them.
Funds are established by nonprofit organizations for benefit of their specific agency.
Pass-through funds are non-endowed funds that are established, usually for a short term, to receive gifts to be used for a specific charitable purpose.
A Seedling Fund is a vehicle that allows donors (or charitable and other tax-exempt organizations) to build a named fund now, then bring it to the endowed level over time with either lifetime or estate gifts. This is a great alternative for donors who want to build their charitable assets over time while meeting their philanthropic goals.
Gifts to these funds ensure the continuation of our foundation's work in supporting philanthropically minded citizens and nonprofit organizations whose work they cherish.
These unrestricted family of funds allows the Foundation to focus on community priorities and to give grants to the current needs of Chippewa County.
Gifts to these funds will provide educational opportunities to individuals from birth to adulthood.
Gifts to these funds will help promote optimal physical and mental health and will assist area organizations to provide essential programs and services addressing the basic human needs of individuals.
Gifts to these funds will help to preserve, protect, conserve and improve the environment and the well-being of animals.
Gifts to these funds will provide opportunities for access, participation, education, awareness and appreciation of arts and cultural experiences.
These donor-advised funds support organizations recommended by funds advisors to address issues and needs that are most important to them.
Gifts to these funds will support the strengthening, unifying, and building of the economic, cultural, and social services of the community.
We will work with you, and if appropriate, your professional advisor, to customize a charitable plan that is right for you.
To discuss your charitable interests and the various options available, contact our foundation office at (715) 723-8125 to schedule an appointment.