Ways to Give

Invest in your community. Invest in your community’s future.

We offer many options to invest in the well-being and future of New Richmond. We work closely with our donors to determine the best way to fulfill their charitable goals and interests – whether beginning with small monthly gifts or establishing a significant estate gift.

Gifts of stock, real estate, bequests, and other assets can maximize your tax benefits while creating your charitable legacy.

Monthly withdrawals from your bank account offer an easy and efficient contribution method. (download ACH form)

Checks are payable to New Richmond Area Community Foundation
PO Box 96
New Richmond WI 54017

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All gifts and funds are professionally managed and invested through the St. Croix Valley Foundation.

New Richmond Area Community Foundation Funds

Community Needs Fund

This fund is dedicated to responding to needs in greater New Richmond through grants-making, special initiatives, and community partnerships.

Perpetuation Fund

Gifts to this endowed fund assure the Foundation’s long-term service to New Richmond. Interest generated from this fund provides a base of ongoing support for programs and operations.

Destiny Driver Funds

These short-term and endowed funds support the Foundation’s work in the areas of Leadership, Literacy, Hunger, Pathways, Shelter, and Economic Development.

Memorial Fund

Gifts to this fund honor the memory of a family member or friend through the work of the Foundation to benefit New Richmond.

Donor Advised Funds

This type of fund gives individuals and families the benefits of a private foundation without the costs or administrative work inherent in a family foundation. Donors are able to advise our Foundation on where the grants should be awarded.

Agency Funds

Nonprofit organizations and local governments can establish endowed or non-endowed funds that benefit operations or projects.

Contact us to learn more about these and other giving opportunities and the steps to set up a fund.