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The Crawford County Community Fund was established in 2008 as a permanent endowment for the benefit of the County. The Fund’s mission is to support economic development in the County. Once per year, a portion of the Fund’s earnings are returned to area communities in the form of grants for projects consistent with the Fund’s mission.

A unique project of the Fund is the annual Leadership Awards ceremony which recognizes citizens whose efforts advance the county’s quality of life.  Complete a nomination online right here!

The Fund is led by a volunteer advisory board who initiates fundraising activities, promotes the Fund’s mission, and determines the annual leadership and grant awards.

Family of Funds

The following charitable fund has been established to support the charitable goals of the donor for the community:

To Donate

Donations to the Crawford County Community Fund are welcome at any time of the year. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

Give Now online or mail a check to the following:

Crawford County Community Fund
P.O. Box 13
Seneca, WI 54654

Visit the Ways to Give section of this website for further information on planning your gift.

Grants

Once per year the advisory board awards grants to non-profit organizations, area school districts, and/or local government agencies providing charitable programs or projects advancing economic development in the county. Grants are presented at a ceremony in November.

Annual grant application deadline: October 1.

FOR A LIST OF AVAILABLE APPLICATIONS, CLICK HERE.

Recent Grant Awards

On December 19, 2017 the Crawford County Community Fund awarded $3600 to three organizations.
The 2017 grants include:

  • $1000 to the Mississippi Valley Conservancy to support a new event at Kickapoo Caverns, Wauzeka – the Family Bat Fest.
  • $1600 to the School District of North Crawford Music Department for the purchase of instruments, to be kept by the school, and to be used by students who would not otherwise be able to participate in band.
  • $1000 to the Ferryville Farmers Market in support of Project “Moving Forward”, which is designed to increase both the number of vendors offering fresh produce and the number of quality craft vendors participating in the Ferryville Market.

For more information, click here for a brochure or contact Barb Daus, Donor Services Representative, (608) 778-3344  •