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  • Give to Grow Raises Over $106,000

    The Solomon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF) is thrilled to announce the success of their first-ever one-day matching event, Give to Grow, held on April 24th at the Beloit Municipal Building. The event aimed to increase visibility and promote the work of our area non-profits while building endowments and long-term sustainability for the organizations.

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  • Spring Grants Awarded!

    Solomon Valley Community Foundation Awards Spring Grants

    MITCHELL CO, KAN. During its spring grant cycle, the Solomon Valley Community Foundation awarded over $35,000 in grants to 17 projects throughout Mitchell County.

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  • Now accepting grant & scholarship applications!

    The Solomon Valley Community Foundation is now accepting grant applications for their spring grant cycle. Online applications are now available and are due by February 1, 2024.
    Grants & scholarships are limited to communities in Mitchell County and will be awarded through a competitive application process. Nonprofit organizations, government and public entities, educational institutions and churches are encouraged to apply.
    Three scholarships are available to students and applications must be submitted through the foundation’s online scholarship portal by February 15, 2024.

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  • SVCF Celebrates Successful Match Month with over $83,000 raised locally!

    The Solomon Valley Community Foundation is excited to announce yet another successful November Match Month campaign. As a result of generous donors throughout Mitchell County, and beyond, a total of $83,655 was raised!

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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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