Professional Advisor Resources

Below are a list of resources to help you help your clients fulfill their charitable desires.

Useful Documents & Tools
Frequently Asked Questions
Donor Advised Funds vs Private Foundations
Eight Reasons Why People will Give to a Community Foundation but not Directly to a Charity
Video- Community Foundations & Professional Advisor Partnerships: Nearly 100 Years Strong!
This video features Certified Financial Planner, Bryan Clontz, and Attorney/Certified Financial Planner, Peter L. Peterson, and their personal accounts on how to use the community foundation as a tool for their client’s estate plans.
GSCF Policies and Procedures for Establishment and Operation of Component Funds
GSCF Gift and Fund Acceptance Policies
GSCF Statement of Investment Policy

Useful Links
Council on Foundations
Kansas Association of Community Foundations- Professional Advisor Resources

Recent News

May 19 is Match Madness

CLICK HERE TO DONATE ONLINE! Your gift grows instantly on May 19! On May 19, all donations to any fund at the community foundation will be matched proportionally from a pool of $2,500 in matching funds. These funds will continue to help our community for years to come! How to give: Donate online via credit card on May 19:   Mail check donations, postmarked on or before May 19: WCCF, PO Box 24, Washington, KS 66968 [...]

Washington County Community foundation awards over $12,000 in spring grants

Washington County Community foundation awards over $12,000 in spring grants WASHINGTON, Kan.— During its spring grant cycle, the Washington County Community Foundation awarded over $12,000 to 10 projects throughout Washington County. The following organizations received funding: City of Morrowville, $3,500 for park equipment.Haddam Community Club, Inc., $1,698.08 for improvements to the community center.City of Palmer - Palmer Ball Association, $1,222 for roofs over dugouts.Clifton Senior Citizen's Club, Inc., $1,200 for repairs to the club.Hanover Hospital, $1,046.59 for updated technology.Lucky-4 4-H Club, Payton Fahey Treasurer, $1,000 for startup costs for the Food Bank.City of Clifton, $995.93 for equipment for community swimming pool. Barnes Community Development Corporation, $850 for updates[...]