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  • Solomon Valley Community Foundation Hosts Mitchell County Non-Profits at Annual Roundtable

    The Solomon Valley Community Foundation hosted a Non-Profit Roundtable meeting on Tuesday, October 3rd at the Mitchell County Historical Museum. Over 30 residents representing various Mitchell County non-profit groups were in attendance and engaged in networking, discussions, and enjoyed lunch provided by SVCF thanks to Ray’s Apple Market. Each non-profit was given time to share on upcoming events and projects, as well as discuss aspirations and challenges facing each of their respective organizations.

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  • A decade of transformation and the inspiring vision for the future

    Thank you for following along as we’ve taken some time to reflect on Solomon Valley Community Foundation’s first 10 years. As we wrap up our Looking Back series we can’t help but feel inspired by the vision, passion and generosity of the people who continue to invest their time, talents and resources into the communities they love and call home.

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  • Solomon Valley Community Foundation Awards Fall Grants

    MITCHELL CO, KAN. During its fall grant cycle, the Solomon Valley Community Foundation awarded over $30,000 in grants to 9 projects through Mitchell County. The following organizations received funding:

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  • SVCF participates in Kansas CPIN program and develops Dream Big initiative

    With the overwhelming success of Mitchell County Strong, SVCF started to explore additional opportunities to take on greater roles in community and economic development efforts and as such, applied to participate in the Kansas Community Philanthropy Innovators Network (CPIN).

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  • 2020 The creation of Mitchell County Strong

    Mitchell County Strong started as a collaboration between Solomon Valley Community Foundation, the Beloit Area Chamber of Commerce, and Solomon Valley Economic Development as a way to support local businesses, nonprofits, and the residents of Mitchell County during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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