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About the Foundation

The Foundation has been an Agency Foundation of Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation since May 2017 with select funds managed by GNWKCF. The Foundation serves as a ‘savings account’ for the good of Logan County; paving the way for legacies to be made through financial gifts. Logan County Community Foundation provides an avenue for donors to give to for projects, county-wide or community specific needs, and personalized giving that best suits the donor’s wishes.

Match Month

During the month of February 2022, donations to the Logan County Endowment Fund will be matched $1 for $1 by the Dane G. Hansen Foundation!  Each year through 2025, the Dane G Hansen Foundation will continue to match up to $50,000 ($1 for $1) during our designated Match Month! Between our local donations and the Hansen match, our fund grows at a rate of $100,000 each year, at minimum, and that doesn’t include the investment returns!! A huge thank you for helping us grow this fund!

Also, if we reach $50,000, a “bonus gift” of $25,000 will be awarded to our foundation to build our local operating fund, for a total potential gift of $75,000. Our goal is to raise $50,000 each year so that we can fully leverage the bonus grant which brings us to a grand total of $125,000 per year!

To donate to Match Month, click HERE.

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Donor Advised Funds (DAF’s)

Donors receive charitable gift receipts for the contributions to their established DAF.  The fund is normally named in someone’s memory or established as a “Family Fund”, however, the donor(s) may personalize as they wish.  The donor(s) are setup as the advisors to their Fund, which allows them to make all grant recommendations from their DAF.  Grant recommendations must be to qualifying charitable 501(c)(3) organizations, educational, government or religious entities per IRS rules.  The donor(s) may name succeeding generations as successor advisors or transition it to the Foundation to advise over upon donor(s) death.

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Keep 5 in Kansas

We have an opportunity in Logan County to turn our hopes for the future into reality! If we capture a portion of the transfer of wealth from one generation to the next – even just 5% – by setting up endowments through the Logan County Community Foundation, we could provide a permanent source of funding for our local organizations and causes that will greatly improve the lives of the residents of Logan County.

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Board Members

Raelene Keller
Foundation Chair
Carrie Evins
Board Vice-Chair
Craig Uhrich
Board Treasurer
Angie Moore
Board Secretary
Jennifer Collins
Board Member
Aimee Zimmerman
Board Member
Jeffrey Huffman
Board Member
Will Clark
Board Member
Christi Schertz
Board Member

Staff

Kerri Traynor
Admin Assistant
Contact

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Logan Co Community Foundation
PO Box 121
Oakley, KS 67748
director@loganccf.org
617-435-9272

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About the Foundation

The Foundation has been an Agency Foundation of Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation since May 2017 with select funds managed by GNWKCF. The Foundation serves as a ‘savings account’ for the good of Logan County; paving the way for legacies to be made through financial gifts. Logan County Community Foundation provides an avenue for donors to give to for projects, county-wide or community specific needs, and personalized giving that best suits the donor’s wishes.

Match Month

During the month of February 2022, donations to the Logan County Endowment Fund will be matched $1 for $1 by the Dane G. Hansen Foundation!  Each year through 2025, the Dane G Hansen Foundation will continue to match up to $50,000 ($1 for $1) during our designated Match Month! Between our local donations and the Hansen match, our fund grows at a rate of $100,000 each year, at minimum, and that doesn’t include the investment returns!! A huge thank you for helping us grow this fund!

Also, if we reach $50,000, a “bonus gift” of $25,000 will be awarded to our foundation to build our local operating fund, for a total potential gift of $75,000. Our goal is to raise $50,000 each year so that we can fully leverage the bonus grant which brings us to a grand total of $125,000 per year!

To donate to Match Month, click HERE.

People

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Kerri Traynor
Admin Assistant
Raelene Keller
Foundation Chair
Carrie Evins
Board Vice-Chair
Craig Uhrich
Board Treasurer
Angie Moore
Board Secretary
Jennifer Collins
Board Member
Aimee Zimmerman
Board Member
Jeffrey Huffman
Board Member
Will Clark
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Christi Schertz
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617-435-9272

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Keep 5 in Kansas

We have an opportunity in Logan County to turn our hopes for the future into reality! If we capture a portion of the transfer of wealth from one generation to the next – even just 5% – by setting up endowments through the Logan County Community Foundation, we could provide a permanent source of funding for our local organizations and causes that will greatly improve the lives of the residents of Logan County.

Learn More

Donor Advised Funds (DAF’s)

Donors receive charitable gift receipts for the contributions to their established DAF.  The fund is normally named in someone’s memory or established as a “Family Fund”, however, the donor(s) may personalize as they wish.  The donor(s) are setup as the advisors to their Fund, which allows them to make all grant recommendations from their DAF.  Grant recommendations must be to qualifying charitable 501(c)(3) organizations, educational, government or religious entities per IRS rules.  The donor(s) may name succeeding generations as successor advisors or transition it to the Foundation to advise over upon donor(s) death.

Contact one of our
Logan County Community Foundation
board members or staff to learn more, or contact GNWKCF directly at 785-734-2406.

Visit Logan County

Learn about what you can do in Logan County and perhaps you can visit one day.

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Types of Funds

Designated Funds

Funds which support a specific charitable organization or community foundation designated in the establishing documents.

Donor Advised Funds

A charitable fund in which the donor recommends grants to charitable organizations of his / her choice. Download more information HERE.

Field of Interest Funds

A fund established to provide grants to specific causes (not just one specific charity) you designate such as the arts, education, health and human services, a geographic location, or the environment. Download more information HERE.

Organizational Funds

A fund specific to a named community foundation or charitable organization.

Scholarship Funds

A fund to disburse scholarships to students meeting a set criteria (geographic, field of study, academic performance, community service, etc.), generally on a competitive basis, to be used for educational expenses. Scholarships are made payable to the educational institution on behalf of the student and not payable directly to the student.

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Unrestricted Fund

A fund in which a  broad range of interests and activities may receive grants empowering the community foundation to make strategic grants wherever the greatest need and opportunity exists.

Endowed vs Non-Endowed

Donations made to an ENDOWMENT fund are intended to be given for perpetuity. The principal funds are invested and only the earnings are available for charitable grants.

Donations made to a NON-ENDOWED fund may be granted at any time per the guidelines of the established fund.

Not to add confusion to the mix, there is also a QUASI-ENDOWED fund which in essence is still an endowment fund with some prevision that principal may be accessed at the organization’s discretion when there are extenuating circumstances.

Regardless of endowment status, all funds are still subject to donor restrictions or intents per establishing documents.

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