Giving Back . . . Giving Forward 2012-2013
For more than 20 years, the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin has helped our neighbors improve the quality of life in our communities . . . For good. For ever.
At a Glance Total Assets:
$35.2 million Number of Funds:
544 Total Contributions:
$4.4 million Number of donations:
5,796 Total Grants Awarded:
$1.66 million Number of Grants:
829 Total Scholarships Awarded: Number of Scholarships:
Cover: Members of the Monroe High School Investment Club. Story and photo identification on page 4.
Steve Sheiffer, Board Chair Sue Conley, Executive Director
Table of Contents Green County Humane Society Endowment
Monroe High School Investment Club Gives Back Blanchardville/Monticello New Funds
Spirit of Philanthropy Awards
Green and Lafayette County Funds Heritage Society Financial Summary Board of Directors
Staff 2 Giving Back . . . Giving Forward T
echnology in the classroom is just a sign of the ever- changing needs of our schools and communities.
To meet those needs, the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin encourages donors, and school and community leaders to consider the power of endowment funds. We only need look at our own history to make our case. Twenty-plus years after our founding, grants and scholarships from endowments at the Community Foundation reach into every segment of our communities opening doors and changing lives.
The Community Foundation supports communities in nine counties – Crawford, Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, Rock, Sauk, Vernon and Walworth. Matching personal philanthropy with community need through endowment building in this area is our mission.
We can all give back to our community by contributing to Community Foundation endowed funds that will give forward to all future generations— for good for ever.
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