OAF 2020 Grants - COVID-19 Response
The OAF awarded approximately $167,000 in grants to area nonprofits. Because of the COVID-19 crisis, all funding (with the exception of the grant to The Oconomowoc Scholarship Fund) is targeted to fund Food, Shelter, Health and Safety needs in the greater Oconomowoc community.
A second grant cycle will be announced later this summer.
1 Best Buddies - Wisconsin
2 Blessings in a Backpack Waukesha County
3 Eras Senior Network, Inc
4 Family Promise of Western Waukesha County Inc.
5 GALS on the Go
6 Lake Area Free Clinic, Inc.
7 Three Pillars/Center for Health and Rehab Inc.
8 Oconomowoc Area School District
9 Oconomowoc Public Library
10 Oconomowoc Scholarship Fund
11 ProHealth Care Foundation, Inc.
12 Society of St. Vincent De Paul
13 St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
14 The Women's Center
15 Tricia's Troops Cancer Connection
16 Western Lakes Fire District
17 Wildlife In Need Center Ltd
18 Your Choice to Live Inc.
19 Zachariah's Acres, Inc.
Downtown Oconomowoc, Photo by Kevin Pehler
The OAF focuses on five priorities for improving the Oconomowoc Area:
Caring for Children;
Helping those in Need;
Preserving the Environment;
and Enriching the Community Economically and Culturally.
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$3.8 Million in Grants since inception, focusing on five priorities within the community:
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
ARTS & CULTURE
"The OAF is just getting started. The future and impact to the community the OAF will have is truly unlimited."
-- Dirk and Terry Debbink
"The OAF provided our family an easy and effective way to get started with our philanthropy."
"We don't know what the needs of the community will be 20 years from now. That's the beauty of the OAF, it works in perpetuity."
-- Zastrow Family
-- Craig Schiefelbein