Since 1993, area residents have been turning to the Marshfield Area Community Foundation to make their philanthropic giving as effective as possible. We are a public charity serving thousands of people who share a common concern—improving the quality of life in Marshfield and surrounding communities. Please see the About Us page for more information.
The Marshfield Area Community Foundation was established 21 years ago by the Adler sisters, Anne and Bette. Their goal was to make a long-term impact on their home community of Marshfield. And what an impact this Foundation has made! We now have $12.6 million in assets and more than 150 funds. To date we have given back $4.6 million to our community. We have funds that support the arts, education, the environment, animals, sports and leisure, youth development, human services, and community development.
Below you will find online copies (PDF) of our Scholarship Bulletin and Annual Report, along with a PowerPoint Presentation that provides an overview of the community foundation, and the big meaning behind it.
Our 2015 Vital Signs reports on the socioeconomic health of our community. Please take a look.
We operate in compliance with the National Standards for Community Foundations as set forth by the Council on Foundations. The Marshfield Area Community Foundation is one of 21 Community Foundations in Wisconsin accredited through a rigorous peer review process.