Donor Advised Funds

Donor Advised Funds (DAF) allow the donor to recommend eligible charitable recipients for grants from the fund. (The Foundation’s board has final approval of the recommendations.)

Donor Advised Funds are one of the most flexible funds the Foundation offers because a DAF allows a donor to consolidate all tax deductible assets and charitable giving into one vehicle that is invested by the Foundation for growth. DAFs can be established by individuals, families, companies or the rollover from a private foundation.

Donor Advised Fund Guidelines
Donor Recommendation Form

The Carrico Implement Co., Inc. Fund
The Cunningham Communications, Inc. Fund
Farmway Credit Union of Beloit, Lincoln, Mankato & Osborne Fund
Frasier, Johnson & Martin, LLC Fund
The Guaranty State Bank & Trust Co. Fund
The Max & Michele Heidrick Fund
The Keith & Debra Houghton Fund
Frank, Lila Maxine & James Louthan Fund for Glasco, KS
Frank, Lila Maxine & James Louthan Fund for Simpson, KS
The Tom & Beverly Porter Fund
The Ringneck Ranch Foundation Fund

Recent News

Solomon Valley Community Foundation awards fall grants

Solomon Valley Community Foundation awards fall grants BELOIT, Kan.— During its fall grant cycle, the Solomon Valley Community Foundation awarded over $40,000 in grants to 12 projects throughout Mitchell County. The following organizations received funding: USD 273, for two new outdoor classroom areas.Tipton Catholic High School, for classroom laptops.Boost Ministries Foundation, to purchase video and audio equipment for the sanctuary.Mitchell County Hospital Health Systems, to add two technology carts for resident use.St. John the Baptist Catholic School, to create an outdoor learning area for students.City of Beloit, for equipment improvements of the Westside Park Curva.NCK Wellness Center, Inc., to add Pickleball programs to the center.Tipton Community School,[...]

Community foundation awards scholarships

Community foundation awards scholarships BELOIT, Kan.— The Solomon Valley Community Foundation has awarded over $2,000 in scholarships to area students for the upcoming academic year. This includes three scholarships that are being renewed for recipients from previous years. The Fine Arts Future Development Higher Education Scholarship is for graduating high school seniors in the Solomon Valley area, including Mitchell, Cloud, and Jewell Counties, who are pursuing a major in instrumental music or art. Tyler Long, Beloit, received a $600 scholarship, and Elizabeth Duvall, Concordia, received a $400 scholarship. The George Hoy Scholarship is for seniors graduating from Beloit High School or St. John the Baptist High School in Beloit. Brandon Bates, Beloit, and Laney Clark, Glen[...]