The Eau Claire Public Schools Foundation’s 2018 Annual Report

The Eau Claire Public Schools Foundation is pleased to share its beautiful new Annual Report. This report had previously been part of ECCF's Annual Report, but now ECPSF has its own publication. You can click the link below to learn about ECPSF's great work in supporting Eau Claire area students. Want to learn more about ECPSF or donate to a fund? Click here to visit their website!

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Women’s Giving Circle Grant Applications Accepted April 1-July 1, 2019

The Women's Giving Circle will be accepting grant applications from April 1 to July 1, 2019. Any Eau Claire area nonprofit with a new or enhanced program that benefits Eau Claire area women and/or children is eligible to apply. The WGC will be awarding grants of up to $6000 in 2019. You can learn more about this opportunity on the Women's Giving Circle Grant Cycle page of this site. All grant applications must be submitted by midnight on July 1, 2019. Please call the Eau Claire Community Foundation at (715) 552-3801 or…

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First New Funds of 2019

ECCF is pleased to announce its first new Funds of 2019. They are:   Andrew and Brenda Schlafer Family Fund: This Acorn Fund will eventually grow to support Eau Claire area nonprofits. Bidwell Engebretson Tusen Takk Volunteer Support Fund: This Agency Endowment supports the volunteer program of the American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation. Cody and Molly Filipczak Scholarship Fund: This Scholarship Fund helps graduates of the South Shore School District in Port Wing, WI, finance their post-secondary educations. Doris J. Bautch STEM Scholarship Fund:  This scholarship helps current Independence students further their post-secondary…

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Important Charitable Gift Deadlines

The Eau Claire Community Foundation is proud to support philanthropy by connecting donors to the charities they care most about. To ensure that charitable gift requests and other security movements are processed prior to year-end: Stock transfer by physical certificates and Direct Registration System should be processed by December 7, 2018 Mutual Funds should be processed by December 14, 2018 Stock transfers via Depository Trust Company should be processed by December 21, 2018 Any requests received after the deadline dates will be processed on a best-efforts basis.  If you have…

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Women’s Giving Circle Announces Grant Recipients

The Women's Giving Circle is pleased to announce that in 2018, it’s awarding $37,250 in grants. Each grant recipient helps to fulfill the Circle’s mission of supporting women and children in the Eau Claire area. The organizations and programs the Circle has voted to fund are:   Children's Museum of Eau Claire--"Eat! Move! Live!" Chippewa Valley Free Clinic--"Women's Health and Sharing Dignity Outreach" Eau Claire Area Hmong Mutual Assistance Association--"Ntuj Tshiab Support Group" Family Resource Center--"Hand in Hand" Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Northwest District--"Creating Your Next Future Entrepreneur at the…

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ECCF Grant Cycle Opens Nov. 1, 2018

The Eau Claire Community Foundation (ECCF) begins accepting grant applications for the 2019 grant cycle on Nov. 1, 2018, and will continue accepting them until the deadline on Jan. 20, 2019. Any tax-exempt nonprofit serving the Eau Claire area is eligible to apply. More information about this funding opportunity is available on the “Apply for a Grant” page under the “Lasting Impact” tab of the ECCF website (www.eccommunityfoundation.org). Nonprofits are invited to attend the ECCF’s free grant training sessions on Nov. 13, 2018; Dec. 4, 2018; or Jan. 7, 2019.…

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Women’s Giving Circle Fall Educational Event: Cyberbullying

The members of the Women's Giving Circle, a Fund of ECCF, hosted their Fall Educational Event on Monday, Sep. 24, 2018. The topic was "Cyberbullying Education and Prevention: Responding to Adolescent Misuses of Technology and Its Effects on Children." Eau Claire Area School District Superintendent Dr. Mary Ann Hardebeck spoke about cyberbullying as it affects children in the District as well as the District's efforts to combat it. Dr. Justin Patchin, a pioneer in the field of cyberbullying research, then spoke about his work and provided an array of strategies…

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