Grants to Wisconsin nonprofit organizations and government agencies for community benefit programs that serve residents in eligible communities. Applicants are required to register prior to submitting an application. Funding is intended for activities in the areas of library, theater, speech, and forensics programs. Grantmaking will shift its focus on a rotational basis. Funded programs must serve the communities of Brillion, Chilton, Hilbert, Kiel, New Holstein, and Stockbridge. The 2023 area of focus is libraries.
Most charitable, scientific, social service, educational and religious organizations described in § 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(1), (a)(2), or (a)(3) of the tax code, and private operating foundations. Grants may also be made to units of government (this includes Native American tribal governments) for public purposes.
- Organizations that are not among those determined by the IRS to be public charities.
- The Foundation will not normally make grants to private non-operating foundations.
The Laack Memorial Fund grant application cycle will be open from May 1 - May 31, 2023.
You will need to register and be approved as a user on the web portal. Approval will take place within two business days. Please register early and allow time for approval.