Heartland Has a New Look!
The Heartland Community Foundation has announced that it has completed a major rebranding. Although the Community Foundation has a new look, its mission and services remain the same.
Learn more about how our new logo and brand represents our forever commitment to our communities!
Heartland Community Foundation Offering FREE Lunch & Learn, Oct. 12: Estate Planning Isn’t Just for BoomersSeptember 22, 2023
HAYS, Kan.— It’s never too late (or early) to secure your legacy and protect your loved ones with an estate plan, whether you are a Boomer, GenX, or Millennial.
Heartland Community Foundation Accepting Grant Applications -- Sept. 15-Nov. 15September 15, 2023
HAYS, Kan.— The Heartland Community Foundation, which serves Ellis, Rooks and Trego counties, is now accepting applications for its fall grant cycle. Online applications open Sept. 15 and are due by 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2023.
- Thursday, February 15, 202402/15/2024 true Scholarships Due Scholarships Due Online
- Friday, March 15, 202403/15/2024 05/15/2024 Spring Grants Open Spring Grants Open Online
Spring Grants Open
- Wednesday, May 15, 202405/15/2024 true Spring Grants Due Spring Grants Due Online
Spring Grants Due
"When learning how to deal with emotions, it can be messy, so having a calm space to learn in is so crucial," said Kaci Nichols, Stockton Grade School Counselor.
A grant was awarded to USD 271 to support the new Tiger Read Regulation Room at Stockton Grade School.
Biology students at Trego Community High School received new microscopes from a grant enabling them to see bacteria and other small structures that were not visible using prior 30-year old equipment.
"My students, a fellow science teacher, and I greatly appreciate the opportunity that this grant has provided," said James Burk, Biology teacher.