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$1 Million and Counting

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“Our role as a statewide philanthropic organization is more important now than ever”, said Stephanie Judson, SDCF President & CEO. “The last 100 days have challenged all of us to be better and do better. The SDCF is committed to serving our donors and nonprofit partners. Working together, we will get through this.”

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SDCF Provides Support Statewide

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As a statewide community foundation, we are one of a handful of options that many of our state’s nonprofits can look to for support.   

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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’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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Accessibility for Everyone

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“We are very thankful for the generous support and partnership with the South Dakota Community Foundation”, said Connie Olson, YFS Chief Development Officer. “Working together, we are able to meet the immediate and future needs of children and families in our community.”

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The Road Ahead

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"......Transportation can be a real challenge in a remote, rural community like ours. Without a ride, kids are not able to access the healthy meals, academic support, and enriching programming that our staff works hard to provide."
Glen Marshall, Executive Director, Boys and Girls Club of Rosebud

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