REMINDER – PROPOSALS FOR GRANTS FROM FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS DUE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
Local not-for-profit organizations can now apply for 2021 grants from four of our Field of Interest Funds.
We are seeking proposals to be funded from the following endowment funds:
Applications must be received by the Foundation no later than 4 p.m. Tuesday, September 29, 2020.
For the 2021 grant cycle, we have shortened, clarified, and simplified the application form, based on lessons learned from the just-completed 2020 grant cycle.
ANNOUNCING THE 2020 RECIPIENTS OF THE CROPLEY SCHOLARSHIP
The following four Kenosha County residents are this year’s recipients of the Foundation’s Cropley Scholarships:
Wylie Jackson, a junior at University of Wisconsin (UW)-LaCrosse.
Keydi Osorio, a sophomore at UW-Parkside.
Molly Robbins, a senior at UW-Whitewater.
Ashley Stich, a sophomore at UW-Parkside.
These students will receive the $3,000 scholarship Cropley Scholarship. In 2020, 24 college students from Kenosha County applied for the scholarship.
CONSIDER SUPPORTING KENOSHA RECOVERY EFFORTS
To help Kenosha address the aftermath of recent incidents, please consider supporting recovery efforts in our Downtown and Uptown neighborhoods as organized by Downtown Kenosha, Inc. (DKI). Please visit www.downtownkenosha.org for details and a link to DKI’s GoFundMe campaign.
We are #OneKenosha and #KenoshaStrong. #StaySafe and #StayInvolved.