Marshfield Area Community Foundation

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Marshfield

Contact Information:
P.O. Box 427
Marshfield, MO 65706

Established June 3, 2005

Board of Governors:

Alan Thomas, President
Dustin Ross, Vice President
Tim Lewis, Secretary
Rachel York, Treasurer
Dana Auten
Jamie Clark
Carm Cleir
Sarah Lowe
Amber Brand, Coordinator

Advisory Board:

Anne Armstrong, Dan Beckner, Danielle Boggs, Jamie Clark, John Dickey, Rob Foster, Tracy Gray, Barbara Herren, Anita Hunter, Joy Johnson, Dale Keenan, Sue Minor, Helen Phillips, Chuck Replogle, Vicki Shalloup, Leslie Thomas, Robin White, Darcy Whitehurst

For additional information, contact Amber Brand, Foundation Coordinator at abrand.macf@gmail.com

Total Assets (as of June 30, 2019): $1,824,375


Marshfield Area Community Foundation receives a ROHI 2019 grant for $10,000

MACF representatives Alan Thomas, Tim Lewis, Amber Brand, Carm Cleir, Dana Auten, Kimberly Clark, Dustin Ross and Sarah Lowe

 

 

Marshfield Area Community Foundation receives $10,000 Rural Ozarks Health Initiative Grant

On March 21, the Community Foundation of the Ozarks and Missouri Foundation for Health awarded a $10,000 grant to Marshfield Area Community Foundation through the Rural Ozarks Health Initiative to address health issues in communities in the CFO’s rural service area. MACF will award the funds to support community grantmaking for health-related projects.

“Last year, over half of our grant requests were for health-related issues,” said Kimberly Clark, board chair of MACF. “Having the ROHI grant this year will allow us to better respond to those needs than in years past.”

For the second year, the CFO has awarded $10,000 grants to 10 affiliate foundations to support community health programs and grantmaking. The grants are part of the Rural Ozarks Health Initiative, a program to address health issues in communities or regions served by the CFO’s affiliates. Other recipients for 2019 include affiliate foundations serving Alton, the Aurora area, Dade County, Dent County, the Lake of the Ozarks area, the Meramec region, Nixa, the Ozark Foothills region and West Plains.

This grant program was developed by Missouri Foundation for Health and the CFO because of a disparity in health indicators between urban and rural areas of Missouri and the scarcity of grant resources available for rural issues in general.

“We know that our work as a changemaker cannot have its greatest impact if we are not collaborating with other regional and local funders that undoubtedly know their communities best,” said Bob Hughes, MFH president and CEO. “Going into round two of this funding program with the Community Foundation of the Ozarks demonstrates the power of partnership and how working together moves us toward the best outcomes for community health improvements.”

“The $10,000 grants reinforce our belief that local people know how to best address local needs,” said CFO President Brian Fogle. “While there are disparities between rural and urban community health, every small town or county has its own unique challenges. We trust these affiliate foundations will make the best decisions for their communities.”

A third grant round will be awarded in 2020. When complete, $750,000 in grant funding will be distributed to more than 30 communities served by CFO affiliate foundations. More information about ROHI is available at: www.cfozarks.org/rohi.


Community Grantmaking

Community Grants for Fiscal Year 2018

Hubble Elementary School, student-guided reading library, $1,000
Marshfield High School FCS, equipment, $2,000
Marshfield Performing Arts Society Inc., Marshfield Community Theatre equipment upgrade, $1,500
Niangua Community Food Pantry, building project, $922
Niangua Fire Protection District, firefighting equipment, $2,000
Niangua TLC, “Go-Packs,” $1,500
The Forgotten Initiative, Fostering Sleep, $800
TLC Student Funds, $1,500
Webster County Extension Council, educational outreach and resource delivery, $2,000
Webster County Victims Assistance Program, storage, $1,000

Community Grants for Fiscal Year 2017

Marshfield R-1 School District, culinary arts program, $1,138
Webster County Victim Assistance Program, $768
Marshfield Senior Center, trail project, $2,500
Marshfield Community Theatre, $2,500
Niangua TLC, $2,000
Niangua R-V Schools, building awnings- $769.00
Hidden Waters Nature Park, $1,000
University of Missouri Extension Council of Webster County, $2,500
Niangua High School, Every Student Succeeds program, $2,500
Webster County Pantry, $2,000
Marshfield R-1 School District, K-6 academic resource classroom, $1,300
Niangua Volunteer Fire Protection District, $2,500

Community Grants for Fiscal Year 2016

University of Missouri Extension Webster County, educational programming, $2,500
Webster County Food Pantry, $2,100
OACAC Webster County, holiday food baskets, $800
TLC Student Fund Scholarship Fund, $2,000
Niangua Fire Protection District, community building roof, $2,100
OACAC Head Start, computer and classroom materials, $1,500
Marshfield R-1 School District, culinary arts equipment, $700
Friends of Hidden Waters, Inc., park benches, $1,200
Marshfield R-1 School District, laser engraver, $1,500
Marshfield Performing Arts Society Inc., challenge grant, $600
Dental needs for kids, $133
Give Ozarks prizes, $500

Community Grants for Fiscal Year 2015

Greenwood Community Club Fund, $1,350
Niangua Fire Protection District, $3,200
Imagination Station of Marshfield, $1,500
Webster County Victims Assistance Shelter Program, $1,200
Choices Pregnancy Center, $2,000
Marshfield Community Theater, $2,000
University of Missouri Extension Webster County, $2,000
OACAC Webster County, $1,100
TLC Student Endowment Fund, $2,000
Marshfield Senior Center, $1,000
Dental expenses for kids, $1,477
Give Ozarks grants for nonprofits, $475

Community Grants for Fiscal Year 2014

Dental services for children, $1,544
Webster County Food Pantry, $2,000
Marshfield R-1 School District, Hubble Elementary book sets, $1,500
Marshfield R-1 School District, culinary arts, $1,000
Marshfield R-1 School District, Parents as Teachers/Diaper Bank, $500
Marshfield Community Theater, $1,000
TLC Student Fund, student needs match, $1,600
Marshfield Senior Center, $250
University of Missouri Extension Webster County, $1,000
Choices Pregnancy Center, $1,000
Marshfield R-1 School District, student leadership education, $1,000


News and Updates

MAIN2_MACF Board at Hubbell Fund celebrationMarshfield crosses $1 million mark

The Marshfield Area Community Foundation joined the ranks of the CFO’s “Million Dollar Babies” (affiliates with $1 million or more in total assets) in June 2014, thanks to an administrative endowment fund from the estate of Jack Hubbell, which will benefit the Webster County Historical Society. MACF board members recognized the opening of the fund with a presentation at the Historical Society’s offices.

MAIN1_Affiliate of the Year

Funds and Grantmaking

Existing Funds
4 County Food and Thrift Fund
Activity Complex of Marshfield Fund
Carl and Anne Armstrong Charitable Fund
Mike & Jean Benzen Charitable Fund
Adam Blanch Family Fund
Boots, Bands and BBQ Fund
Bread of Life Marshfield Christian Church Fund
Callaway Historic Cabin Fund
Central Bank of the Ozarks Marshfield Area Community Development Fund
James & Kimberly Clark Family Scholarship Fund
Conway Senior Services Endowment Fund
Conway Senior Services Fund
Friends of Del Massey Fund
Ella Dickey Memorial Endowment Fund
The Dickey Fund
The Dickey Administrative Endowment Fund
Dickey Family TLC Fund
Donco 3 – Niangua Community Fund
Ebenezer Perpetual Care Association of Webster County, Missouri Fund
Elkland Christian Church Fund
John and Anne Foster Family Fund
Robert & Amanda Foster Fund
Edwin Hubble Statue Fund
Elkland Christian Church Hunger Challenge Fund
The Steve W. Freeman and Harriett J. Freeman Fund
Friends of the Pool, MT Fund
Greenwood Community Club Fund
GRO Marshfield Fund
Ellsworth and Betty Haymes Memorial Fund
Herren Family Fund
Hidden Waters Nature Park Fund
Hidden Waters Nature Park Capacity Building Fund*
Hidden Waters Nature Park Community Building Fund
RD & Marjorie Hjelmeng Family Fund
Jack Hubbell Administrative Fund
Joy Johnson Charitable Fund
King Family Charitable Fund
Fay King Fund
Marshfield Cherry Blossom Festival Fund
MACF Capacity to Share Fund
Marshfield Area Community Grantmaking Endowment Fund
Marshfield Community Center Endowment Fund
Marshfield Community Center Fund
Marshfield High School Alumni Fund
Marshfield Hunger Challenge Fund
Marshfield Junior High Youth Empowerment Fund
Marshfield Performing Arts Society Fund
Marshfield Senior Center Building Fund
Marshfield Senior Center Endowment Fund
Marshfield-Webster County Route 66 Initiative Fund
Kurt Mikal Luebbert Memorial Fund
The H. Lyman Mooney Music Scholarship Fund
Niangua Fire Protection District Fund
Niangua TLC Fund
Niangua TLC Investment Fund
# Retha Stone Baker and William G. Baker Children’s Dental Care Fund*
# Retha Stone Baker and William G. Baker Webster County Historical Society Fund*
Jane Robertson TLC Fund
Romance Raffle Fund
Rotary Club of Marshfield Community Fund
Six Sisters Fund
Southern Missouri Bank of Marshfield – Ben H. Morgan Memorial Fund
Kathryn Garst Gray and Henry E. Gray Scholarship Fund in honor of Lester and Nanalee Garst
TLC Student Fund
TLC Student Funds Scholarship Fund
TLC Student Administrative Fund
TLC Student Endowment Fund
Vivian Stuber Memorial Library Fund
Vivian Stuber Memorial Library Endowment Fund
Trevor Waugh Fund
Webster County – Garst Memorial Library Fund
Webster County Victim Assistance Program Fund
Virginia Williams Memorial Fund

Legacy Society Members
Caroline Ames
Jean Benzen & Mike Benzen
Adam Blanch
Kimberly Clark
John Dickey
Ann Foster
Rob Foster
Steve and Harriett Freeman
Barbara Herren
Anita Hunter
Nicholas W. Inman
Joy Johnson
L. Fay King

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