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2022 Grants from Unrestricted Funds

From the Community Foundation’s family of unrestricted endowment funds, in June 2022, the Foundation awarded grants to:

    Alano Club to assist the organization with repairs to its building.

    BeLEAF Survivors to support its SCAN-Stop Child Abuse and Neglect program.

    Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Kenosha to support its Bigs and Littles project.

    Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha to help extend hours of the AM Adventure program for youth during the summer and on non-school days.

    Girls Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast to provide transportation for summer campers.

    Girls on the Run to support the organization’s 2022-2023 fall and spring programming that builds its participants’ confidence and creativity.

    Habitat for Humanity to help in the purchase of a box truck to help reduce the organization’s building materials delivery costs.

    Hawthorn Hollow-Hyslop Foundation to help restore and increase the ADA accessibility of the historic Pike River School House on the property.

    Hospice Alliance to the organization’s life enrichment program offered at Kenosha and Racine County senior living facilities.

    Kenosha Achievement Center to support staff costs associated with its special education classes and therapeutic coaching.

    Kenosha County Association for Home and Community Education to provide free books to children in the Kenosha County Head Start program.

    Kenosha County Food Bank to help purchase materials and food handling supplies for the bank’s future facility.

    Kenosha Literacy Council to support its Community Connections Integrated English language civics education classes.

    Kenosha YMCA to support its sports programs for special children and teens.

    Shalom Center to support the purchase of equipment and IT infrastructure needed for the center’s building expansion.

    Sharing Center to support a program that provides transportation options for rural residents of Kenosha County.

    Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation to support programs that provide business training and counseling for under-served populations.


Our Family of Unrestricted Endowment Funds

Each year the Foundation awards grants from the income earned by a pool of named endowment funds that were established without restriction; these include:

  • Advantage Bank Officers and Directors Fund
  • Azuma Family Fund
  • Mary Frost Ashley Endowment
  • Enroth Family Endowment
  • Jessie R. Hopf Endowment
  • Ralph & Frances A. Jaeschke Fund
  • A. Allan & Isabel M. Jankus Fund
  • Kenosha News Fund
  • Orvis Family Endowment
  • Kathleen Steumke Legacy Fund
  • Charles Vignieri Fund