Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin announces spring community grants
For the Gazette
STEVENS POINT – The Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin (CFCWI) recently awarded $164,547 in grants to 28organizations that will enhance Portage and Waushara counties.
The foundation has granted a total of $329,080 this fiscal year to support programs and projects in Portage and Waushara counties that align with our values and five mission areas.
Portage County recipients
ADRC – Silver Threads of Portage County
Boys & Girls Club of Portage County – Club Create
CAP Services – Mental Health Navigation
Central Sands Amateur Radio – Equipping a Communication Support Vehicle
Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum – Museums for All
CREATE Portage County – General Operating Support
Foster Hope – Central Wisconsin Royal Family Kids
Friends of Women in Recovery – Medicaid Shortage
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin – Program Expansion
Midwest Renewable Energy Association – 32nd Annual Energy Fair
Mid-State Technical College – DEI Applied Conference Scholarships
National Inventors Hall of Fame – Camp Invention
ODC – Better Together
Operation Bootstrap – Job Assistance Program
Plover River Crossing – Interpretive Trail Signs
Portage County Historical Society – We Just Wanted to Play
Portage County Legal Aid Society – Legal Services Support
Riverfront Jazz Festival – 20th Annual Festival
St. Bartholomew Church – Handicap Accessibility Lift
Stevens Point Area School District- Equity Walk
Stevens Point Sculpture Park – Building Power
The Salvation Army of Stevens Point – Emergency Assistance
Waushara County recipients
American Legion Woman-Minskey – WWII Memorial Building Tables
Ice Age Trail Alliance – Prairie restoration & education
North Central Conservancy Trust – Strategic Outreach for Conservation
Waushara County Food Pantry – Maintaining Hunger Relief Services
Waushara County Health Department – Waushara Run for Hope 5K
Waushara Prevention Council – Backpack Food Program
The Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin is a non-profit organization that inspires charitable giving by connecting people and resources to enhance central Wisconsin.
Applications for CFCWI’s Community Grants Fall Cycle will open again on July 1.
For more information, visit https://cfcwi.org/community-grants.