The Marshfield Area Community Foundation, Inc. and Marshfield Area United Way have collaborated to produce the 2019 version of Vital Signs. This is our seventh edition. We have gathered a ten-year look at many valuable pieces of data from Marshfield.
The Board of Directors of the Marshfield Area Community Foundation, Inc. is excited to announce that Stacey Schultz has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the Marshfield Area Community Foundation, Inc.(MACFI). Stacey comes to the Community Foundation with a wealth of experience with local non-profits. For the last nine years, she was the Director of Community & Day Services for ODC, Inc. Prior to that time she served as the Interim Executive Director for United Way and Wood County Unified Services Community Services Supervisor. Stacey has volunteered with Kiwanis, Columbus Catholic Schools, Girl Scouts, Marshfield Area Coalition for Youth, and Pathway Partners. Stacey brings experience with community outreach, a collaborative approach, and a strong work ethic.
Last fall we prepared a document to help people better understand charitable deductions and the tax law changes. Tax time has come and gone and people are asking what they could have done differently. People might consider "bunching" their donations, opening a donor-advised fund or donating part of their required RMD if they are 70 1/2 years old. Here is a document that will help explain these strategies.
Community Foundation Has Successful Year, Change on the Horizon 2018 was a big year for the Marshfield Area Community Foundation, Inc (MACFI). We celebrated our 25th Anniversary and held an event to celebrate. The evening was highlighted by making a $25,000 contribution to Marshfield Respite Care. After 6 years at Partner's Bank MACFI moved to new offices located within the 2nd Street Community Center. We thank Partner's Bank for their generosity over the last six years. Our new location offers good contact with many of our constituents in a very visible location.