Personalized Estate Planning

Figuring out how to balance your estate plan to best serve your family, avoid taxes and benefit charity can be daunting. The Foundation can help.

The Foundation has helped many donors meet their immediate charitable giving needs, and served nonprofit organizations through endowment building, grants and programming. We believe there is more we can do. The intergenerational transfer of wealth happening in our country, our state and locally presents both unique challenges and opportunities. Coupled with tax implications on estates and retirement funds, donors face challenges in planning for the future. We recognize that we can be a resource to assist in that planning process.

The Greater Salina Community Foundation has contracted with Mr. John Griffin of Stewardship Counseling, LLC to provide comprehensive guidance to individuals and couples who want to establish or update estate plans that minimize gift, income and estate taxes. As an affiliate of GSCF, this is a free service available to RCCF donors. Appointments are limited. For more information, contact Greater Salina Community Foundation Interim Executive Director, A. Wayne Lowen, at (785) 823-1800.

Recent News

Apply now for fall grants!

Community foundation accepting applications for fall grants The Republic County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for fall grants. Online applications are due Saturday, September 15, 2018. A combined $89,000 is available through the Dane G. Hansen Community Grant Fund and Republic County Community Action Fund. Grants will be awarded to charitable community improvement projects that address the present and future needs of Republic County, including education, health care, community social services and security, conservation and environment, arts and culture, and community beautification. Grants are limited to communities in Republic County and will be awarded through a competitive application process. Nonprofit organizations,[...]

RCCF awards over $99,000 in spring grants

  The Republic County Community Foundation awarded over $99,000 to area organizations during its spring grant cycle. Projects were funded through the Dane G. Hansen Community Grant Fund, Republic County Community Action Fund, Kansas Health Foundation Fund for Republic County, North Central Kansas Health Care Foundation Fund and Republic County Health Fund. Recipients include: City of Cuba, $19,000 to enhance safety and handicap accessibility at the Cuba Country School Museum. City of Courtland, $19,000 to create safe, walkable routes to school for students. Republic County/NCK Free Fair, $12,525 to replace and update two doors on the commercial building. Scandia Community Club, $12,465[...]