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South Dakota’s Most Precious Asset

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The South Dakota Community Foundation (SDCF) presented a $10,000 Community Innovation Grant (CIG) to the Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment located in Sioux Falls, SD. 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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Connecting the Community

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“This support from the South Dakota Community Foundation will allow us to address hunger and poverty in our community in new and innovative ways”, said Kelsey Collier-Wise, Executive Director, United Way of Vermillion. 

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Investing in the Future

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“We are very grateful for the matching gift of $20,000”, said Rick Weber, Development Director, Children’s Home Foundation. “One of the most important strategies for a nonprofit organization is to work toward long-term financial sustainability. We’re fortunate to partner with the South Dakota Community Foundation toward that goal....."

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Let’s Get Technical!

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The Boys & Girls Club of the Capital Area became a part of Capital Area Counseling Services in 2009. At that time, they were serving 50 children. Over this past year, they have served more than 464 children. This nonprofit is getting a new building..... 

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Planning for the Future

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Originated in 1994, Pathways began as the “Yankton Area Homeless Shelter”. The first shelter was a two-story house that could hold three individuals. They are currently operating out of an old motel purchased in 2015 that has shelter space for up to 48 people. Pathways has been at capacity since 2018 and has a waiting list. 

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Rider’s Up!

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Founded in 1992, SPURS is one of the oldest and largest therapeutic horseback riding centers in South Dakota. They serve over 200 disabled riders, ranging in age from 6 – 80 years with special needs ranging from muscular dystrophy to cerebral palsy to spinal cord injuries.

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