The South Dakota Community Foundation congratulates the South Dakota Hall of Fame on recently raising $80,000 for their organization from supporters over a two-year period. The organization was rewarded for their efforts with an additional $20,000 challenge grant from the South Dakota Community Foundation (SDCF). The combined funds resulted in the establishment of a $100,000 endowment fund at the SDCF for this nonprofit. Funds will be invested overtime and earnings will create a long-term revenue source to support the organization.
“The South Dakota Community Foundation is committed to strengthening nonprofits in our state through the power of endowment,” says Stephanie Judson, SDCF president. “The Nonprofit Savings Account (NSA) program allows the SDCF to bolster fundraising efforts that build endowment funds, which help nonprofits thrive today and long into the future. We congratulate all those involved in helping the South Dakota Hall of Fame successfully meet this challenge.”
About this Nonprofit
The South Dakota Hall of Fame, located in Chamberlain, South Dakota, has a statewide mission which is to Champion a Culture of Excellence: One Act at a Time. There are five programs supporting this mission which include: Acts of Excellence, Honors Ceremony, Legacy of Achievement, Legends and Learning and the Visitor and Education Center.
“The South Dakota Hall of Fame is pleased to be in partnership with the South Dakota Community Foundation and honored to have received a Nonprofit Savings Account Challenge Grant”, said Greta Chapman, CEO, South Dakota Hall of Fame. “Thanks to our generous donors we met the challenge!”
If you would like to support this nonprofit or others currently working towards reaching their NSA goal, you can donate at SDCommunityFoundation.org/NSA. The Nonprofit Savings Account program was created in 2015. Applications are currently being accepted for 2019 through June 30, 2019. Nonprofits can find out more about this program and how to apply at the above link.
About our donors
The SDCF distributed more than $18.8 million in grants in 2018 which made a tremendous difference in communities statewide. This would not have been possible without the generosity of our donors. If you have a specific cause you would like to support or would prefer to give for the general good of our state, please visit https://sdcommunityfoundation.org/for-donors/ to learn more or give us a call at (605) 224-1025.