"To enhance the quality of life in the
Black River Falls Area with the support of...
In 2017, donors gave $91,675 to the three Skyline Funds. Thank you to all who have and continue to support this worthwhile organization.
In 2017, donors gave $7,920 to the Alma Center Area Community Fund. Thank you to all who have and continue to support this worthwhile project.
The big event which made 2017 a wonderful year for the BRF-EEF was the challenge issued by Al and Jeanette Lahmayer. They donated $25,000 to EEF and an additional $25,000 if BRF-EEF could match that amount in donations from the community. Donors doubled the challenge amount, raising $52,771! The BRF-EEF balance now stands just short of $500,000! Thanks to Al and Jeanette, BRF-EEF fund drive organizers, Mary Jo Radcliffe, Lori Chown, Marilyn Hagen, and all the BRF-EEF donors.
The Jackson County Humane Society (JCHS) Animal Shelter Project is in its final push toward approval and funding. With the help of Matthew and Lindsey (Ahl) Wilkus, of Wilkus Architects in Hopkins, MN, the project has taken on a new life. The new location for the shelter is on County K, behind the Veterans Park and across from Jackson County’s Health & Human Services building.
The Black River Falls Area Foundation welcomes grant applications from non-profit organizations serving the Black River Falls Area. The grant application period is from March 1 through April 15. The announcement of award recipients and the distribution of funds are done in June. For information about grants go to www.brfareafoundation.org or contact us at: Black River Falls Area Foundation PO Box 99 Black River Falls, WI 54615 Telephone: 715-284-3113 E-mail: email@example.com Or contact any member of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees.
In 2013 the physicians of Krohn Clinic created a fund to award an annual $2,000 scholarship to a local student seeking further education in a health related field. The doctors also recognized that this would be a way for them to honor their predecessors and peers. Since that time, the community has come to use this fund as a way to not only help local students, but also pay tribute to medical professionals who have touched their lives.