Giving back to your community should be an enjoyable experience, and that’s why we make giving as easy as possible. We meet personally with donors to determine goals and create a fund that makes sense for you.
We are highly flexible in our ability to accept complex gifts and have seven types of funds to choose from. Any fund can be established in your name or the name of your family, organization, or anyone you wish to honor. All grants from the fund you establish – today and in the future – are awarded to charities in the name of that fund. It’s a great way to be involved with, and be remembered for, your community investment.
Let us know if you are interested in setting up a charitable fund by filling out the form below. If you don’t have answers to all the questions, that is fine! Fill out what you can and we will be in touch, or feel free to contact our Director of Gift Planning and Donor Services, Greg Diehl, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 701.234.0756.
We can do so much more for our communities by working together. If you want to make a difference close to home, you can join like-minded supporters and give to one of our 400+ charitable funds, each with its own unique story and purpose.
“We wanted the scholarship to live on as a legacy for Norman and I in our communities to encourage a young person as they seek their dreams.”
“Serving on the Foundation board enables me to support efforts to strengthen our community.”
“We are thrilled to engage our daughters as future advisors to our fund. Knowing there will always be a family member to guide our charitable intent makes us feel great.”
“Anything that can motivate a child’s love of reading deserves support. Read to Lead can be such a vehicle.”
“Thank you to the Women's Fund for supporting our moms and children.”
“The community foundation is specifically created to encourage and nourish the giving spirit in the community.”
“Thanks to support from the FM Area Foundation, we completed two major projects. We're very grateful for the Foundation’s generosity as these projects support our mission to preserve and maintain the historic facility.”