In recent years (2020-2023), the Springfield Foundation has demonstrated remarkable resilience and progress, cementing its role as a community cornerstone.
In the landscape of community development and philanthropy, the Springfield Foundation stood out as a transformative force in philanthropy and community development from 2010 through 2018.
The Springfield Foundation has carving a path of philanthropic excellence that has left an indelible mark on the community it serves, since its founding in 1948. Over the years, the foundation has achieved numerous milestones, each reflecting its unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on Clark County. Here are the milestones from the 1990s and 2000s.
As the Springfield Foundation proudly celebrates its 75th anniversary, we reflect on the humble beginnings that laid the foundation for our impactful journey. Looking back at our early years, we celebrate the vision, dedication, and community support that have shaped us into the thriving philanthropic organization we are today.
Morgan Bowman thanks the Springfield Foundation for their support and impact on her educational journey to three degrees!
We are excited to invite you to our upcoming grant information sessions at the end of May. We are offering two sessions to accommodate busy schedules: one in-person at our office, and the other virtual on Zoom.
The Springfield Foundation has announced the award of nearly $758,509 in discretionary grants to nonprofits. The Foundation accepted 86 proposals through a competitive grant cycle for 2023, funding proposals either fully or partially.
The Springfield Foundation provided scholarships to Kait McEnaney throughout her college education.
The Springfield Foundation shares why they are grateful this Holiday season. We wish you a happy and healthy Holiday!
Our Annual Reception on October 20, 2022 was great fun! We celebrated all our donors, highlighted our new Legacy Society members, and introduced our new staff members.
The Springfield Foundation helped support the first annual Pink Honor Walk on September 30, 2022. Organizer, Tracy J. Adrian, talks about its success.
Read all about our very first scholarship fund, the Albert H. Carr Memorial Scholarship Fund, set up in 1966.
Learn more about new Grants Manager, Lori Boegershausen!
For the last two and half years, I worked at Foundation for Appalachian Ohio (FAO) on scholarships and development. I’m proud of all I accomplished there, including assisting with, and securing a $4 million grant for the retention and recruitment of the K-12 workforce in Appalachian Ohio...
The Springfield Foundation awarded a $5,000 grant for the "South Charleston Historic District" mural in 2021, but the pandemic delayed the project on several fronts (inability to get the wall tuckpointed in a timely basis, lack of person-to-person contact with a recommended muralist, etc.). The Springfield Foundation then extended the deadline for the project to June of 2022 and it is now completed!