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20 Years Strong—Freeman Community Foundation

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In 2000, the founding board of a start-up organization successfully completed a challenge from the South Dakota Community Foundation to raise $100,000 in three years. It did, leading to $300K in grants since. 

Article courtesy of the Freeman Courier

Jeremy Waltner, Publisher

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Getting Help Where It’s Needed

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The South Dakota Community Foundation (SDCF) continues to receive applications daily from nonprofits related to the Coronavirus and its impact on their organizations. This virus has impacted all of us and nothing is the same for individuals or nonprofits trying to navigate these waters.  

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SDCF Teams Up with Local Community Foundations in COVID Response

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The South Dakota Community Foundation (SDCF) and foundations in communities around the state have distributed more than $250,000 in grants to address the local impact of COVID-19 on the state. Grants totaling more than $145,000 made by 37 Community Savings Account (CSA) partners of SDCF have been matched by over $120,000 in grants from SDCF.

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SDCF’s Coronavirus Response Continues

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The South Dakota Community Foundation (SDCF) recently awarded eight grants to organizations around South Dakota to address various needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Grants totaling $110,000 will address basic food and shelter needs produced by the Coronavirus as well as material support for healthcare workers and first responders.

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Fund to Assist Newell Area Respond to COVID-19 Needs

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Orsted Onshore North America, LLC on behalf of Willow Creek Wind Power, LLC has established the Newell, SD Area and Greater Butte County Coronavirus Fund through the South Dakota Community Foundation.  The $50,000 fund will immediately support organizations in Newell and Greater Butte County that have been challenged by the recent COVID-19 crisis:  Newell Area Food Bank, Newell Ambulance Service, and Newell Fire Department.  In addition, the fund will provide utility relief, dental care, vision and hearing equipment and wages for residents who have experienced job loss.   

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