Good Beginnings/Kinder Skog receives $3,000 from the Petersburg Communication Foundation for playground improvements.
The Petersburg Arts Council receives $1,000 from the Petersburg Communication Foundation for the production of a web-based platform for marketing and communication.
The Petersburg Children Center receives $5,300 to replace both the 30-year old gutter and the ramp, improving playground conditions and ensuring that the new ramp lasts.
Petersburg Medical Center receives $1,350 for early childhood/childcare community assessment and summarizing information.
Petersburg Community Foundation's grant of $1,019 to the Rainforest Festival will make the events accessible to more people and improve the quality of the digital media.
Petersburg Community Foundation's grant of $2,500 supports secondary special education students. This community-based transitional program will allow the students to be entrepreneurs, learn work and life skills, learn business management, and experience the day-to-day functions…
Celebrating Syttende Mai, celebrating the work of our nonprofits, and celebrating the success of the Petersburg Community Foundation grant-making endowment fund!
The Petersburg Community Foundation is happy to be advertising two separate grant sources in 2021! The competitive grant cycle is now open with $25,000 available; discretionary grants remain available on a rolling basis through the…
The Petersburg Community Foundation is pleased to provide financial assistance in support of KFSK's effort to make the radio station fully operational from a remote location.
Over $28 million were distributed statewide in the first two rounds of CNRF, with close to $10 million set for distribution in the third round, which closed October 14. DHSS recognized the need for a…