Board of Directors

Our operations are fully transparent. The Foundation is overseen by a distinguished board of community leaders from the Cloud County area. Their dedication, knowledge, and passion for the Cloud County area are what drive the Community Foundation.

Monte Wentz, Chairperson
Tammy Marrs, Vice-Chairperson
Jeremy Will, Treasurer
Sr. Mary Therese Blecha, Board Member
Robert Frasier, Board Member
Margo Hosie, Board Member
Ashley Hutchinson, Board Member
Mark Paul, Board Member
Jesse Pounds, Board Member
Denise de Rochefort Reynolds, Board Member
Mary Beth Smith, Board Member
Kim Wiesner, Board Member
Brenda Wisby, Board Member
Keith Portenier, Board Member
Megan Nobert, Board Member
Robert Steimel, Volunteer Executive Director
Lorene Steimel, Volunteer Secretary (non-voting)

Recent News

Community Foundation for Cloud County Awards Grants

Community Foundation for Cloud County Awards Grants The Community Foundation for Cloud County (CFCC) grants committee met October 16, 2020  and ratified or awarded the following grants totaling $37,213: Seize the Moment Fund - a $490 grant to USD # 333 for PAUSE PAWS speaker series. Full Court Press for Progress Fund -  a $2,751.71 grant and a $2,688.62 grant  to the City of Concordia to assist with the costs of redoing the tennis courts, basketball courts and build two pickleball courts. Blosser Foundation DA Fund – a $2,000 grant to USD # 333 to provide assistance to needy students to take dual-credit courses at[...]

Community foundation accepting scholarship applications

CONCORDIA, Kan.―The Community Foundation for Cloud County is now accepting scholarship applications for the 2021-2022 school year. This year, over $20,000 is available to area students through the foundation’s eight scholarship funds: C. Carl Cunningham Rotary Scholarship, for graduating Concordia High School seniors.Carol Puckett Memorial Scholarship, for graduates of a Cloud County high school pursuing a major in education.CF Sunshine Scholarship, for graduating high school seniors or graduates from Cloud County or Washington County who are pursuing the medical or education field, or plan to attend a recognized trade school.Gertrude Whitebread, for graduating Concordia High School seniors attending Kansas State University. Pauline[...]