Smoky Valley Healthy Living Fund

The Smoky Valley Healthy Living Fund was established in response to the Kansas Health Foundation’s second chapter of the Giving Resources to our World (GROW II) match grant challenge. Grants from this fund support the public health of the Smoky Valley area. Public health is defined as the protection and promotion of the health and well-being of individuals and their communities through encouragement of healthy lifestyles, behaviors and environments.

All non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply as well as groups and individuals working on a charitable community project. For-profit organizations will not be considered unless the request is for a charitable project. Grants will be limited to projects within the Smoky Valley area.

Funding for this grant is also supported by the Kansas Health Foundation Fund for Smoky Valley.

All applicants will need to fill out a grant application through our online grant system.

Recent News

Donate to the A Jay Steinberg scholarship fund, honor musical legacy!

Donate to the A Jay Steinberg scholarship fund, honor musical legacy! LINDSBORG, Kan.—The Smoky Valley Community Foundation is now accepting scholarship donations for the A Jay Steinberg Scholarship Fund. Contributions are needed so scholarships can be awarded in the future. The scholarships will financially help students graduating from Smoky Valley High School who are pursuing a college music career in Kansas. Help us continue the strength of the Smoky Valley arts and honor Jay’s contribution and dedication to teaching the Smoky Valley community youth. Visit www.smokyvalleycf.org to donate to the A Jay Steinberg scholarship fund online or mail your donation to: Smoky Valley[...]

Smoky Valley Community Foundation announces fall grant recipients

Smoky Valley Community Foundation announces fall grant recipients LINDSBORG, Kan.— During its fall grant cycle, the Smoky Valley Community Foundation awarded over $16,000 to eight projects throughout the Smoky Valley area. The following organizations received funding: Svensk Hyllningsfest, Inc., $3,000 to support travel expenses for area marching bandsAmerican Legion Emil Pinkall Post 140, $2,865 to repair old transport trailer and purchase 100 steel flag poles.The Associated Churches of Lindsborg, $2,855 for the installation and rental of a storage POD and to purchase a commercial dryer.Midsummer's Festival, $2,200 to cover expenses for the Midsummer's Festival Scavenger Hunt in downtown and Kids' World activities in Riverside Park.Steps to End Poverty of McPherson County, $2,074 to support[...]