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  • Stronger Together: Support Pours in for COVID-19 Community Response Fund

    The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin in partnership with United Way of Marathon County opened the COVID-19 Community Response Fund to address the local needs of nonprofits in our area this past week. Since the opening of the fund, both organizations have been met with a tremendous amount of support, raising

  • NPLI Partnership Provides a Hub of COVID-19 Resources for Local Nonprofits

    Posted on Mar 24, 2020, by Kim O'Brien, NPLI By Kim O’Brien, Executive Director, NPLI The Nonprofit Leadership Initiative (NPLI) is a partnership of Fox Valley-area nonprofits, funders, educational institutions and businesses dedicated to providing resources needed by effective nonprofit boards and executive leaders. We are a program within the Community Foundation for the Fox

  • Life-saving transformational gift to local hospitals provides much-needed ventilators

    By Megan Mulholland, Marketing Director, Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region A donor with the Community Foundation has made a truly life-saving donation to area hospitals as they prepare to care for community members diagnosed with coronavirus. The anonymous donor gave more than $170,000 to Ascension St. Elizabeth Hospital

  • Nonprofits Challenge Philanthropy to Innovate as they Navigate COVID-19 Hardships

    Written by: Janay Richmond Date: March 21, 2020 Over the last several weeks, COVID-19 has further exposed the gaping holes in our social safety net that many NCRP nonprofits work tirelessly to address on a daily basis. As communities begin to craft solutions to help keep Americans economically and socially afloat

  • Support Pours in For New COVID-19 Community Response Fund!

    Generous businesses, organizations are quickly rallying support for the new COVID-19 Community Response Fund, raising more than $260,000 in two days! Within minutes of the Community Foundation and United Way Fox Cities announcing the creation of the COVID-19 Community Response Fund within the Community Foundation, Kimberly-Clark contributed $50,000. And the region’s corporate

  • 5 Things Funders Can Do Right Now to Help Nonprofits During This Crisis

    COVID-19:  This story is unfolding by the hour, and we don’t know what the ramifications will be next week, much less six months or a year from now.  Even with the roller-coaster market at play, though, funders have options on how they can best support their grant partners through this

  • Community Relief Response Awards $22,000 in funding

    WAUSAU, WI- In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin and United Way of Marathon County have created the COVID-19 Community Response Fund. As of March 23, 2020, $22,000 has been invested directly back to the following organizations:  Boys & Girls Club of the Wausau

  • Milwaukee nonprofits join forces to raise over $1M for community needs during outbreak

    A group of prominent Milwaukee foundations and organizations, including Herb Kohl Charities, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and Brewers Community Foundation, have formed a coalition and already raised $1.2 million to help coordinate much-needed resources for the Milwaukee-area during the coronavirus pandemic. Others involved in the group include Bader Philanthropies, Greater Milwaukee Committee, Zilber Family

  • Northwest Wisconsin fund aids virus response

    Donations will help nonprofits meet demands for health and economic assistance  SUPERIOR—A new fund will help northwest Wisconsin nonprofits on the front lines of battling coronavirus and the COVID-19 disease it causes.  The COVID-19 Northwest Wisconsin Response Fund will help charities based or operating in Ashland, Bayfield and Douglas Counties.

  • Area companies find ways to give back amid coronavirus crisis

    During a week that has brought many business operations to a screeching halt in response to drastic COVID-19 social distancing measures, some area companies have found ways to give back to the community. American Companies, a West Bend-based design, construction and real estate company, has committed to purchasing 40 meals