Whitewater Community Foundation Annual Report

Contact:

Bonnie Miller

whitewatercommunityfoundation.org  

262-458-4088

The Whitewater Community Foundation has published their 2018 – 2019 Annual Report. In this report, they highlight all of their accomplishments throughout the community within the year! 

Some of the highlights include:

Community Action Grants: Twice a year, the Whitewater Community Foundation offers Community Action Grants for projects that our community and board of directors believe worthwhile and beneficial to various segments of the population. 14 different grants were given out with a total amount of $14,630. 

Community Outreach: In April 2019, the foundation held their 3rd Annual Civic Summit at The Community Space. More than 30 people joined from multiple organizations throughout the community. 

Scholarships: Each year the foundation awards two post-secondary scholarships to seniors graduating from Whitewater High School, the Whitewater Community Foundation Scholarship and the Whitewater Community Foundation Founder’s Scholarship. They also administer 20 individual restricted funds to graduating seniors from Whitewater High School each year.

Financials: The foundation’s income, how they spend their resources, unrestricted funds and restricted funds are all broken down throughout the year.

You can view the full 2018 – 2019 Annual Report online at the link below: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1waFJQOkjSqp0YFALcZ55hWRi7HjZ1Nj3/view?usp=sharing 

About WCF: The Whitewater Community Foundation’s mission is to “Enhance quality of life in the Whitewater area via educational, cultural, charitable or benevolent expenditures” through scholarships and community action grants. To donate and support the continuation of the Whitewater Banner, or a variety of other community projects, simply send a check made out to Whitewater Community Foundation to P.O. Box 428, Whitewater, WI, 53190, or donate online at whitewatercommunityfoundation.org by hitting the “Donate” button on top of the contact page. For tax purposes, the Whitewater Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Corporation. 

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