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SDCF Announces Round 1, 2019 Community Innovation Grant Award Recipients

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Round 1 of the South Dakota Community Foundation (SDCF) 2019 Community Innovation Grant (CIG) program has been completed. Thirteen South Dakota nonprofits will receive grant awards. 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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Promoting Healthy Communities

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“Victims of Violence Intervention Program/Artemis House Shelter is so appreciative of the generosity of the South Dakota Community Foundation through this Community Innovation Grant,” said Mary, Program Director, Victims of Violence Intervention Program. “The grant will enable us to work with partner agencies and the communities we serve to further identify and serve individuals in our service area at increased risk of domestic and/or sexual violence, or currently impacted by abuse. Safe families are the very core of healthy communities!”

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Five Sioux Falls Nonprofits Share Nearly $70,000

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“The South Dakota Community Foundation is proud to provide support for these five Sioux Falls nonprofits”, said Ginger Niemann, Senior Program Officer, SDCF. “Although their goals and projects differ widely, each of them is doing their part to strengthen our state and make it better  for generations to come.”

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Building Blocks for Early Learning Success

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“Before sound decisions can be made about the future of early learning opportunities in South Dakota, it is important to understand more about the current status of early learning across our diverse communities, said Dr. Julie Mathiesen, Executive Director, Three Rivers Special Service Cooperative.

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Sustaining the Missouri River

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"....This assistance from the South Dakota Community Foundation will be a tremendous boost to MSAC’s efforts in building stakeholder engagement focused on finding and promoting ways to sustain Lewis and Clark Lake and its benefits for future generations", said Sandy Stockholm, Executive Director, Missouri Sedimentation Action Coalition.

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SDSU….Promoting Intergenerational Development

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“By bringing together industry, community, faculty and students to explore cutting edge ideas, the Rich Normality Design Collaborative will generate uniquely positioned graduates and marketable products catered to underserved populations in South Dakota”, said Angela McKillip, Program Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Interior Design, SDSU.  

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