Affiliate Board

Michelle Foote
Chair

Jodi Rogers
Secretary / Treasurer

Harry Joe Pratt
Leanna Sloan
Mike Mense
William Slipke
Teri Moss

Contact Information:

Karl Pratt, Board Liaison
Sheridan County Community Foundation
PO Box 445
Hoxie, KS 67740

785-675-1240 – Phone

karlpratt.sccf@gmail.com

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Calendar of Events

SCCF Strategic Doing

  • 09-06-17
  • 11-13-17
  • Next Meeting TBD

Group Topics Identified at Strategic Doing

Match Month 2018!

Thank you for your generous support in November. Your donations to the Cultivate Sheridan County Fund were matched $1 for $1 by the Dane G. Hansen Foundation!  To donate anytime of year, click HERE.

Sheridan County Community Foundation became an affiliate of GNWKCF in 2012. An affiliate is a collection of community funds to increase philanthropic giving in a geographic area. Both endowed and non-endowed funds are developed to provide financial support to 501(c)(3) and other qualifying non-profit organizations and for charitable purposes to benefit area residents.

The mission of Sheridan County Community Foundation is to encourage, prudently manage, and distribute charitable contributions to improve the quality of life in Sheridan County residents, now and in the future.

Sheridan County Community Foundation Brochure

Foundation Funds:

  • Kathy Bergin-Schiltz Memorial Fund

The Kathy Bergin-Schiltz Memorial Fund was established to honor Kathy; supporting programs and causes that would have been important to her. To learn more about Kathy and her passions in life, click here.

  • Opal and Adolph Harris Estate Scholarship Fund for Hoxie

A memorial scholarship to honor Opal and Adolph Harris was established with the foundation; first scholarships awarded were in 2016 to two (2) Hoxie graduating seniors.

  • Sheridan County Community Initiative Fund

The Sheridan County Community Initiative Fund was established to support community development projects and programs in Sheridan County, Kansas.

  • Sheridan County Health Complex Fund

The Sheridan County Health Complex Fund was established to accept charitable contributions to provide funding for operations and for facility improvements for the Sheridan County Health Complex.

  • Willis and Imogene Toothaker Scholarship Fund

The Toothaker Scholarship Fund has been established to provide scholarships to Hoxie USD 412 graduates, beginning with the graduating class of 2020.

  • Youth on the Move Fund

The Youth on the Move Fund has been established to offer opportunities to Sheridan County youth.

  • Dane G. Hansen Foundation Community Grant Fund for Sheridan County

To date, Sheridan County is one of 26 counties in northwest Kansas that has been awarded six rounds of $50,000 grants from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation, with ten of those county funds established through the Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation. This grant fund was established in March 2015 to allow qualifying 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations; or educational, governmental or religious institutes per IRS, to apply for funding assistance for projects intended for Sheridan County benefit. Qualifying entities may apply online; grants are awarded through a competitive application process. For criteria and application information, click here; also found on the Grants and Scholarships tab.  The Hansen Foundation has guaranteed additional rounds of funding to continue through 2021, providing continual county-wide participation in the Sheridan County Strategic Doing Initiative.

Other Information:

SCCF Benefits of Charitable Giving
Give a Gift of Grain
Purchase or Redeem a Giving Card

Blue BowNeed to find a gift for someone who has everything? Give a Giving Card. Much like retail gift cards, Giving Cards are given to celebrate birthdays, holidays, a job well done, or other special occasions. Giving Cards can be redeemed to benefit any 501(c)(3) public charity in the United States (including schools, churches and synagogues).

Keep 5 in Kansas

Think about the future of your Sheridan County. Does it have what it needs to be a great place for generations to come? How can you make sure it does?

The answer is simple: Keep 5 in Kansas! By investing in Sheridan County through the Sheridan County Community Foundation, we’ll have permanent funding to support our schools, hospital, parks and nonprofits…for tomorrow’s residents.

To learn how you can Keep 5 in Sheridan County, visit www.keepfiveinkansas.com.