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Phone: 785.285.1765 or 785.284.2894
P.O Box 111, Sabetha, KS 66534
Email: info@SabethaFoundation.org
Greater Sabetha Community Foundation
Greater Sabetha Community Foundation
Make a Donation
Phone: 785.285.1765 or 785.284.2894
P.O Box 111, Sabetha, KS 66534
Email: info@SabethaFoundation.org

Funds of the Foundation

Apostolic Christian Home Fund

Bosworth Family Fund

Brown County Humane Society Fund

Our Mission Statement: the purpose of this society is the prevention of cruelty to animals, the relief of suffering among animals and the extension of humane education.

Clyde E. Epple Memorial Fund

Community Animal Protection Society Fund

CAPS FUND was formed by local community volunteers to help control the feral/stray cat population within Sabetha. The volunteers help any animals in need and have a goal of building an animal shelter in the community!

The Sabetha Pet Park at the corner of Washington and Jefferson Streets was a project completed in 2015 when Crosswind Petfoods offered to help CAPS with the project that is now maintained by the City of Sabetha. Mary Ryan, a member of the CAPS board said, "We felt a place to allow dogs to run off of a leash is important and very popular in many cities now."

Humans love animals and animals love their humans! If you are passionate about animals, please consider giving a donation to this group.

GSCF Endowment Fund

GSCF Operations Fund

The GSCF board members have established an operations fund to provide funds for activities to promote and grow the foundation. Postage, printing, advertising will be paid for from this fund. Future activities include a GIVING DAY, an AMBASSADOR PROGRAM and a CELEBRATION OF COMMUNITY ACTIVISTS DAY!

Kanza Mental Health & Guidance Center Fund

Kent & Donna Saylor Donor Advised Fund

Lakeside Terrace Fund

Mary Cotton Library Fund

My Sister’s House Fund

Neighbor-2-Neighbor Fund

Nemaha County Community Health Services Fund

Nemaha County Meals on Wheels Fund

The mission of Nemaha Meals On Wheels is to provide services that enable older people to maintain independent living with safety and dignity. Our primary mission is to provide one hot nourishing meal per day and provide superior transportation services for area residents in need.

http://sabethaherald.com/2016/08/25/nemaha-county-transit-receives-transit-service-of-the-year-award/

Nemaha County Training Center, Inc. Fund

Northridge Church Fund

Northridge Youth Fund

Sabetha Community Health Foundation Fund

Sabetha Community Preschool Fund

Sabetha Kiwanis Project Fund

Sabetha Kiwanis received city approval to move forward with the Splash Park project.

The approximately 1,800-square-foot cement splash pad will be located at the Sixth Street Park. Water equipment will cost nearly $100,000 - all of which will be financed by funds raised through the Kiwanis Flag Project and Kiwanis member donations, said Kiwanis President Scott Wedel.

"The Kiwanis Club is using a significant amount of the money that has been raised through our flag project to help fund this project," Wedel said. "If you have a Kiwanis flag flying in your yard on holidays, then you have participated in this project." This fund is available to allow the Kiwanis to add features and expand on this family friendly place for children to have fun.

http://sabethaherald.com/2016/09/13/sabetha-splash-park-to-be-installed-professionally/

Sabetha Music Boosters Fund

Sabetha PTO Classroom Enhancement Program Fund

The Sabetha PTO Classroom Enhancement Program is aimed at benefitting all three Sabetha schools. The funds provided by the Classroom Enhancement Program are intended to enhance the education of Sabetha students, while also providing support to teachers and staff. We are incredibly excited to implement this new program beginning in the fall of the 2017-18 school year. Eligible Classroom Enhancements include the following: (1) Products/Projects to Supplement Curriculum (consumable and/or sustainable); (2) Products/Projects that Enhance the Learning Experience of Students; (3) Products/Projects that Impact Students or their Interests that are not otherwise Serviced; and (4) Products/Projects that Promote Positive Behavior. Funding is awarded in two cycles, at the beginning of each semester. All funding is equally available to all three Sabetha schools, to any certified staff working in a Sabetha building. Applications for funding can be made as individual, grade level, content area or entire building.

SHS Booster Club Fund

SHS FFA & Industrial Arts Support Fund

The Main Event

A committee is raising funds to upgrade the event center, called The Main Event. Located at the site of the former Armory, this space is being rented for wedding receptions, family reunions, parties or any community event. The City of Sabetha keeps the calendar up-to-date. A matching donation of $20,000 ($7,500 remains) was given to encourage people to help with the project which includes upgraded acoustics (complete) and a new front design with construction starting in August. The group has solicited funds from caring citizens and have received two grants from the STEP Foundation and one from Nemaha County through the Broxterman donation.

http://sabethaherald.com/2016/09/08/main-event-board-closes-in-on-50000-goal/

United 4 Youth Fund

Sarah Renyer is the new program director for this non-profit that focuses on providing prevention tools for Nemaha County youth to reduce substance abuse. Funding for a new program called Life of an Athlete, and financial support for a new mentoring program are present needs for the group. They plan to provide substance free social events for junior high and high school students and will be updating the school curriculum that is provided free to all Nemaha County schools.

USD #113 Foundation Fund

The USD#113 Foundation is a charitable organization in Northeast Kansas which seeks to serve and support the USD 113 school district and its students. In service of our mission we help community members receive and distribute charitable funds for specific projects within the school district, like school improvements and scholarships, administer short-term funds like memorials, and maintain and administer permanent endowment funds.

USD #113 Foundation Tara Ploeger Scholarship Fund

Von and Jerre Lauer Family Fund

Sabetha Health & Wellness Fund

This fund was set up to take donations to build the Sabetha Health & Wellness Center on Main Street. The City of Sabetha has agreed to demolish the building called Midtown and deed the property for this purpose. The committee is raising funds through donations and private foundation grants to build the $2.9 million facility that will include a gymnasium, fitness/community rooms, walking track and weight/cardio room.

They report that $2 million has been pledged and another $900,000 is being sought through the Mabee Foundation in the form of a community challenge grant. At the present time there is over $130,000 in the fund.

http://sabethaherald.com/2016/04/05/sabetha-city-commission-midtown-building-to-be-site-of-new-wellness-center/

Douglas & Sharron Clark Fund

Gary & Leslie Scoby Fund

Simpson Family Fund

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