Builders

The Community Foundation for Cloud County launched its Builders Campaign in response to the matching grant it received from the second chapter of the Kansas Health Foundation’s Giving Resources to our World (GROW) Healthy Kansas Initiative. GROW II is a $300,000 matching grant challenge over the course of six years in which new gifts for endowment are matched using a two-tiered matching ratio. Some gifts are matched at the rate of 1-to-2, or $1 of match for every $2 of new gift and some are matched at the rate of 1-to-4 or $1 of match for every $4 of new gifts. All gifts of any size are welcome. Permanet plaque recognition will be displayed for all Builder Campaign donations (single gift or a five-year pledge) that equals $5,000 including the match amount.

Individuals & Families
Dana & Tina Brewer
Dale D. & Mary Jane Cool
Scott & Melinda Condray
Margaret M. Hattan
Ron & Shari Johnson
Wayne & Alberta Neel
Charles A. Smith
Robert & Lorene Steimel
Beth & Mark Whisler
Greg & Kim Wiesner
Business Entities
Charles H. and Isabell Blosser Foundation
Brown Grand Theatre, Inc.
Century 21
CloudCorp
Cloud County Historical Society
Kansas Health Foundation
Knights of Columbus Council #114
Nazareth Convent & Academy Corporation
NCK PAWS
North Central Kansas CASA, Inc.
Notre Dame Scholarship Trust
Salina Regional Health Foundation
Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia

Recent News

Scholarship recipients announced

The Community Foundation for Cloud has awarded over $14,000 in scholarships to area students for the upcoming academic year. The Carl Cunningham Rotary Scholarship for for seniors graduating from Concordia High School. Emily Daniels, Concordia, received a $650 scholarship, and Rope Dorman, Concordia, received a $1,150 scholarship. The Carol Puckett Memorial Scholarship for for graduates of a Cloud County high school pursuing an education major. Adrianna Michaud, Concordia, received a $1,000 scholarship. The CF Sunshine Scholarship for for seniors graduating from or graduates of a Cloud County or Washington County high school majoring in a medical, education or recognized[...]

Free Webinar: Looking Beyond Hansen for Funding

When communities are considering a large project such as a new community building or a new swimming pool, project planners may wonder where to go for funding. In Northwest Kansas, the Dane G. Hansen Foundation immediately comes to mind, but there are many other sources to consider for project support. Plus, grant applications to any funder are stronger when multiple funding sources are included. Learn more about alternative funding options during a one-hour webinar on Wednesday, June 6, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. “Looking Beyond Hansen for Funding” will be presented by Carol Sloper, grants coordinator for the Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation.[...]