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Kimball Area Foundation Hosts Keeping it in Kimball event

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In September 2016, the Kimball Area Foundation accepted a challenge grant from SDCF to raise $100,000 by September 2018 for $25,000 from SDCF. In efforts to raise awareness regarding the local CSA and reach the challenge grant goal, the Kimball Economic Development board and its Director, Anita Holan, organized "Keeping it in Kimball" with the goal of raising funds and awareness for the Kimball Area Foundation on Saturday, June 24 this year.

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Round 2 2017 Community Innovation Grant Award Recipients Announced

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Round 2 of the South Dakota Community Foundation (SDCF) 2017 Community Innovation Grant program has been completed. It has resulted in fourteen South Dakota nonprofits receiving over $138,000. Offered in partnership with the Bush Foundation, the Community Innovation Grant program supports efforts to find breakthrough solutions to community challenges across the state.

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Supporting Dental Care on the Rosebud

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“Dental services are oftentimes difficult to access in rural areas and there can be a long wait“, says Ginger Niemann, SDCF program officer. “The SDCF is proud to partner with St. Francis Mission Foundation as they work to meet the demands for dental care in this area of our State.”

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Celebration Held for Western South Dakota Grantees

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“Thanks to our generous donors and our partnership with the Bush Foundation we were able to grant over $500,000 to these very deserving organizations”, said Stephanie Judson, SDCF President. “It was such a pleasure to learn about the impact those dollars have had on people living in Western South Dakota. We look forward to continuing our partnerships with these and other organizations in this area.”

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SDPB is Moving On West

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“SDPB’s new Black Hills Bureau is going to be the focal point of our West River coverage and programming”, said Julie Overgaard, SDPB Executive Director. “The partnership with the South Dakota Community Foundation is a wonderful opportunity for both, like-minded organizations to enhance their presence in the Black Hills region and bring important state-wide conversations to the Black Hills. Without the SDCF’s support, this would have never been a reality”, says Overgaard.

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It’s Not Fine Til They’re 4’9

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“Getting children into the proper safety restraint is not a new problem”, said Diane Hall, Project Coordinator, SD Emergency Medical Services for Children.  “However, our booster seat campaign addresses the problem in a different way. The focus is on ensuring the proper fit and using the booster until children are 4’9” tall.”

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