Stoughton Area
Community Foundation

Stoughton, WI 53589
info@stoughtonfoundation.org
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The Stoughton Area Resource Team, Inc. (START) provides a safety net for those in crisis. Recently, a 30-year old single father of two struggled to find work, to pay for daycare for his children and to secure a home; so much time was spent homeless and hopeless.

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Kiwanis Club of Stoughton

http://stoughtonkiwanis.org


PO Box 555
Stoughton, WI 53589

Phone: 608-512-8139
Contact Name: Mary McNaughton
Board member / VP elect
Organization Profile
Grants Info
Kiwanis Club of Stoughton - 2017 Amount Funded: $2,000.00
The project is many fold and are described above. In addition to our ongoing projects, we offer $2,500 in High School and Key Club scholarships.
The projects that the Kiwanis support are numerous. We team with our sponsored clubs to offer a number of experiences for Stoughton’s youth. They include Santa’s Workshop, Easter Egg Hunt, Disc golf tournament, assisting at the Coffee Break Days, Kite Day and supporting the Key Club in costs to enable them to be involved in the Wisconsin/Upper Michigan District Convention. We are proud of several Key Club members that have gone on to become officers in the district!! They will continue in community service at the college level and in their adult lives.

Kiwanis Club of Stoughton - 2016 Amount Funded: $1,200.00
The purpose of our request for a grant is to allow us to continue with the above named projects and our service to Stoughton Youth.
With 15 years of service the Stoughton community,the Kiwanis projects focus on serving children. We team with our sponsored clubs to provide ongoing projects which include Santa’s Workshop, the Easter Egg Hunt, Disc Golf Park and Tournament, help in creating and maintaining the designated Kiwanis area at the Zoo, ringing bells for the Salvation Army, Kite Day, Trick or Treat so Others Can Eat among others. The Key Club works closely with the Senior Center to assist in lawn care, snow shoveling, house cleaning, tutoring younger students, and mentoring senior citizens in computer skills. The Aktion club creates bat houses and Little Free Libraries.