Partner With Us

We consider professional advisors—estate planners, attorneys, accountants, financial advisors, and others—as partners in the charitable giving process. By working together, we can help fulfill your clients’ personal financial and charitable goals while leaving an everlasting impact on the community.

We can help you by…

  • Consulting with you and your clients on ways the Community Foundation can help them meet their charitable and financial goals.
  • Offering strategies for discussing charitable giving with your clients.
  • Providing fund document templates.
  • Providing sample will and trust language.
  • Hosting annual education workshops for professional advisors. To receive an invitation to our next workshop, email Rita Northup.
  • Providing you with resources about charitable giving and community foundations.

Recent News

2017 Year-End Giving Information

Here are some tips for completing your 2017 gifts to GSCF before the end of the year. If you have any questions about year-end giving, contact Susan Weis, Director of Finance, at 785-823-1800 or susanweis@gscf.org. To Make Your Gift by Check: Date your check on or before December 31, 2017. Mail via U.S. Postal Service with a postmark on or before December 31. All checks should be mailed, shipped or hand delivered to: Greater Salina Community Foundation, 119 W Iron, 8th Floor, PO Box 2876, Salina, KS 67402-2876 Note: Checks that are mailed through the U.S. Postal service with a postmark and[...]

Community foundation awards $39,500 to area organizations

The Greater Salina Community Foundation awarded a total of $39,500 to 10 area nonprofits during its October grant cycle. Grants were funded by the Kansas Health Foundation Fund for GSCF, the L.P. “Pat” Mullen Fund and the Dane G. Hansen Community Grant Fund. The following organizations received funding: Salina High School Central FIRST Robotics Team 3172 - $11,250 Part of a multi-year grant to support continued participation in FIRST Robotics and development of Brainy Bots outreach program with local elementary schools, along with other STEM curriculum initiatives. My Bike Kansas - $4,000 Storage space and supplies to restore used bikes, which[...]