Founding Donors

Part of what makes the Solomon Valley Community Foundation successful is the enormous support from our community. Our Founding Donors, made up of families, local businesses and private foundations, came together to support the vision of the community foundation before it even existed.

Individuals & Families
Anonymous
Curt & Sherry Frasier
Harold & Eileen Frasier
Jim & Lynne Gates
Max & Michele Heidrick
Keith & Debra Houghton
Kris & Melinda Kimple
Tom & Beverly Porter
Robert Severance/Severance Children
Mike & Kathy Thompson
John & Eleanor Yeary
Business Entities
AGCO
AgMark, LLC
Carrico Implement Co., Inc.
Catlin’s Friendly Apple Market
Cunningham Telephone & Cable
Farmway Co-Op, Inc.
Farmway Credit Union
Frasier, Johnson & Martin, LLC
Guaranty State Bank & Trust Co.
Ringneck Ranch, Inc.

Recent News

New executive director

Solomon Valley Community Foundation is excited to announce the newest member of our organization, part-time director, Colleen Eberle.Colleen is looking forward to the opportunity to work for the Community Foundation and hopes to increase community awareness through various marketing campaigns and donor outreach. She believes the Solomon Valley Community Foundation offers an amazing opportunity for local non-profits, community organizations and donors alike, and is excited for the opportunity to work with each of them to serve the communities of Mitchell County. Originally from Minneapolis, MN, Colleen graduated from Minnesota State University with a degree in Business Management and Marketing. She worked[...]

Solomon Valley Community Foundation accepting grant applications

The Solomon Valley Community Foundation is now accepting applications for fall grants. Online applications are available now and due August 1, 2019. Over $50,000 is available to charitable projects in Mitchell County. Grants will be awarded from the following funds: Dane G. Hansen Community Grant Fund – available for programs and projects that address education, health care, community social services and security, conservation and environment, arts and culture, and community beautification.Community Impact Fund for Solomon Valley – available for projects that improve the quality of life for Mitchell County residents. Grants are limited to communities in the Solomon Valley service area and will be awarded through a competitive application[...]