The Fall Creek Area Foundation is an independent, not for profit, publicly supported, tax exempt, philanthropic trust, designed to receive gifts, endowments, real estate, bequests, annuities, stock, or cash donations to be administered for the benefit of the whole community. Remember the Fall Creek Area Foundation in your giving and in your will. There are few gifts that have a higher or better purpose than a gift for the betterment of your community. A gift to the Fall Creek Area Foundation is lasting, tax deductible, and will make the Fall Creek Area a better place for you, your family, and your friends for now and on into future times.
The Fall Creek Area Foundation is now enrolled as a participating organization in Thrivent Choice.
All donations will be used for the Fall Creek Area Foundation general fund.
Help Keep Unity in our Community!
Click here to see our poster that is displayed around Fall Creek
Perhaps you will be able to make a gift or donation? Perhaps you will think of a new or innovative way in which you can become part of the Fall Creek Vision!
Fall Creek Area Foundation
PO Box 412
Fall Creek, WI 54742
Thank you to the following individuals, groups, and Fall Creek businesses for their generous donations to the the downtown hanging flower baskets and flowers in the fishing park:
Chicken Chaser's Bar & Grill,
CO-OP Credit Union,
Fall Creek Dental,
Fall Creek Lions Club,
Fall Creek Mutual Insurance,
Karen R. Hurd Nutritional Practice,
Neil & Marie Seidling,
Shelly's Bar & Grill,
8:00 AM Coffee Group
Foundation Board member Sandy Dickinsen presents the Fall Creek Area Foundation scholarship to Madeline Williams.
Foundation awards over $29,000 in scholarships to Fall Creek High School Seniors.
For more information, please visit our SCHOLARSHIPS page.
Congratulations to the 2015 Community Endowment Grant recipient Village of Fall Creek Police Department. The Police Department received two grants. One expanding its Bicycle Safety Program and another for a new project planned for the summer of 2016 "National Night Out." This new event would enhance the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement and provide safety tips and other resources to continue keeping Fall Creek a safe, family oriented community.
Foundation Donor Richard Ziemann, Village Board President Chester Goodman, and Foundation President Dorothy Moen
$15,000 grant awarded to the Village of Fall Creek for an electronic sign. The sign was installed in the Memorial Park on the west end of Fall Creek. The grant was made possible by the new Richard Ziemann Pass Through Fund.