About us

Incorporated in November 2013, the Foundation was created to

provide a tax-exempt nonprofit organization that is dedicated to

improving the quality of life in Clark County Wisconsin.

Timeline of Activities - Clark County Community Foundation Inc.

Foundation

Organized

The Foundation is officially incor- porated in Nov 2013 and holds its Organizational Meeting in Dec 2013.
2013

First Annual

Meeting

The first Annual

Meeting is held

at the Loyal

American Legion

Hall in April 2014.

2014

Donors

The Foundation creates the first Donor Advisor Fund - Friends of the Clark County Fairgrounds and Nonprofit Agency Fund with the 1897 Clark Co Jail Museum Inc.
2015

New Office

The Foundation leases office space from the City of Loyal.
2016

Scholarship

& Grant

Programs

Foundation awards Scholarships and Grants to Nonprof- its for the 3rd year. Harry & Esther King Memorial Scholarship Pro- gram is established for Neillsville High School graduates.
2017

Clark County

Fairgrounds

Revitalization

Project

The Foundation becomes the Fiscal Sponsor for the Clark County Fair- grounds Revital- ization Project - New Multi-purpose Livestock Building
2018

5th Year of

Scholarship

and Grant

Cycles

2019

Loyal Splash

Pad

The Foundation agrees to be the Fiscal Sponsor for the City of Loyal’s new SPLASH PAD Project. It has a $378,000 fundrais- ing Goal
2020
Last Updated: 10/04/2020  Clark County Community Foundation, Inc. 301 N. Main Street   PO Box 116 Loyal, WI  54446-0116  Ph:     715-937-6167 E:       information@clarkccf.org Web:  www.clarkccf.org  © 2014-2020 - Clark County Community Foundation, Inc.  All rights reserved    EIN:  46-4242715 WI Charitable Organization  # 15617-800
Pres. Debra Marg accepts a $5,000 donation from Northwestern Bank
2017 - The Foundation establishes the Harry & Esther King Memorial Scholarship Fund - created by their children in their memory. The Scholarship benefits Neillsville HS
The Foundation participates in the Clark Co Economic Development Corporation’s first Business to Business Expo and Career Fair at Clark Electric Cooperative - Greenwood.
The Foundation lost a dear friend in July 2018. Teresa Johnson was a wonderful caring person and she is greatly missed. In her Memory, her family established the Teresa Johnson Memorial Scholarship Fund to benefit Clark County High School graduates.
Scholarship and Grant cycles con- tinue and the Fair- grounds Project nears its (estimated) goal of $465,000.
The Young Professionals Fund of Clark County is established with the final assets of the Greenwood Industrial Development Corp assets.
City of Loyal Splash Pad Project