GSCF Affiliate Program

The Greater Salina Community Foundation’s Affiliate Program provides a mechanism to build local philanthropy across north central Kansas. Affiliates receive financial and administrative services, marketing support, on-going training, and technical assistance from GSCF staff.

GSCF serves the following 13 affiliates:

Greater Salina Community Foundation Staff

The Greater Salina Community Foundation was established in 1999 and is led by Executive Director, Jessica Martin and six other staff members. If a member of RCCF cannot be reached, you many contact any of the staff at their office, 785-823-1800 or email them directly.

Jessica Martin, Executive Director
Susan Weis, Financial Officer
Rita Northup, Administrative Assistant
Katy Kitchen, Affiliate Coordinator
Karie Bogart, Assistant Affiliate Coordinator
Brandee Mayginnes, Program/Scholarship Coordinator
Megan Robl, Marketing & Communications Coordinator

 

For more information about the Greater Salina Community Foundation, please visit their website at www.gscf.org.

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