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

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[...]

Solomon Valley Community Foundation accepting grant applications

BELOIT, Kan.— The Solomon Valley Community Foundation is now accepting applications for fall grants. Online applications open July 1 and are due August 1, 2020. Last fall, a community foundation grant was awarded to the Hunter Economic Development Corporation to purchase a new community sign. This sign contributes to getting events and news out to the community in a timely, effective manner. "The sign allowed us to reach and be a small part of the lives of everyone in town and the outside communities," said grantee Steven Schneider. “The community sign has become a focal point of Main Street, Hunter, Kansas. We have had many comments on how well the[...]