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The Greater Green Bay Community Foundation is Confirmed in Compliance with National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations.

GGBCF is also one of Wisconsin's certified community foundations. Wisconsin is a national leader in providing certification based on national standards to qualifying community foundations. To learn more, visit Wisconsingives.org.

 


Welcome
Donate NowThe Greater Green Bay Community Foundation serves Brown, Kewaunee, and Oconto counties. Since 1991, we’ve been connecting people and resources to organizations and programs that strengthen our community, improve our quality of life, and make northeastern Wisconsin a great place to live, work, and play. Through our work, we have built a community endowment to support local non-profit organizations and important community initiatives. We invite you to learn more about us, our granting programs, and how you can become a donor.

Non-Profit & The Economy Survey
The Non-Profit and the Economy Survey is conducted annually.  The findings in this survey come from answers provided by non-profit representatives in a 47‐item questionnaire focused on non-profit experiences in the calendar year 2013 and expectations for 2014. The survey was sent to 128 local non-profit organizations in the first quarter of calendar year 2014.

The performance and health of these organizations is critical to our overall quality of life.  These organizations function and collaborate to form a safety net for every area of life, and they offer opportunities for us to understand, utilize, and have access to programs and services important to our well-being.

Access the report here to read more.

2013 Annual Report
The Greater Green Bay Community Foundation continues to do the work that helps us be a strong knowledge center for philanthropy. Over the past year we have led, helped to lead, or were involved with several important initiatives that contribute to our area’s quality of life. Partnerships are important to us, and we work to build trust by valuing mutual respect and collaboration as we pursue—with passion—the work of philanthropy.  
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Women's Fund Campaign

The Women’s Fund of Greater Green Bay is proud to announce a new campaign to impact the lives of women and girls in our community. Our goal is to raise $1.0 million to fund a new $500,000 impact grants program and increase the Women’s Fund Endowment by $500,000 in order to increase the Women’s Fund annual grant making. 
Learn more about the Women's Fund of Green Bay.

Support Our Local Arts & Culture
Arts and Culture programming creates a high quality of life for our local community and the audiences they attract contribute to the overall economy. Arts and culture are important for personal and community enrichment, to bring joy, beauty, new perspectives, richness, and innovative ideas to all aspects of community life, and they are central to human development from early childhood. Because of the importance of a healthy arts and cultural life, GGBCF is raising funds to create a Field of Interest Fund for community arts and culture. Learn more.


Community Impact Stories

 Teen Police Academy

 A grant from the Crime 
 Prevention Foundation, held 
 at the Greater Green Bay 
 Community Foundation,
 provided 30 teens the
 opportunity to learn about
 careers in law envorcement.

 "This program opened my
 eyes to the many aspects of
 law enforcement...it's not just a gun and badge. I learned to gain respect, you must give respect and being nice isn't weakness."  - Weston, student of the academy.
2011 LIFE Study & Brown County 20/20 Report
GGBCF is one of the sponsoring partners (with the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce and the Brown County United Way) of the 2011 Brown County LIFE Study and a Regional LIFE Study. The purpose of the LIFE Study is to develop a clear understanding of the overall quality of life in Brown County and the Fox River Region. Read the 2011 LIFE Studies.

The Brown County 20/20 Conference was developed by the Bay Area Community Council in conjunction with the LIFE Study sponsors. The conference generated a vision and bold ideas from five different areas: education, overcoming division, economic development, personal and community health, and self-sufficiency. Click 
here to read the report.


 

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 "Make a Change" video
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