Spring 2013 Grant Awards

Posted on 05/16/2013

The Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce grants to 24 charitable organizations, representing the Foundation's spring 2013 award cycle.  Kohler Foundation grant guidelines give preference to arts and education programs based in or benefiting Sheboygan County or other small towns in Wisconsin. KFI is pleased to provide support for the following organizations and programs this spring:

Arts Wisconsin Rural Arts Management Initiative
Bookworm Gardens Visiting Artist, Musician and Storyteller Program
Eastern Shores Library System Sheboygan Children's Book Festival
Edgewood College "All That Glitters" Exhibition
Family Resource Center of Sheboygan County The Literacy Council - Capacity Building Project
Friends of Camp Anokijig Arts & Crafts Programming
Friends of Fred Smith, Inc. Heritage Days: Get Hooked on History!
Lakeland College Personal Finance and Economics Conference
Lakeshore Chorale Purchase of music
Miller Art Museum Foundation Artwork upgrades- archival matting, framing, etc.
Northland Youth Music Program 2013 Summer Music Education Programs
Partners for Community Development, Inc. Hispanic-American Information Center
Pecatonica Educational Charitable Foundation Grandview Summer Academy, 4th Grade Volunteers
Plymouth Art Foundation Equipment for Plymouth Arts Center 
Random Lake School District Transportation to Kohler Co. for 8th Grade Tours
RCS Empowers, Inc. Art & Theater programs
Sheboygan County Historical Research Center Second Saturdays: The Bigger Picture
Sheboygan County Historical Society Third Saturdays program
Sheboygan County Interfaith Organization Literacy & Life Skills education
Sheboygan Falls School Foundation Wired for Reading (Technolgy to support Literacy)
Sheboygan Symphony- Sheb. Area Youth Symphony Equipment & Music Purchase
Town of Schoepke- Mecikalski Stovewood Found. Pole shed for artifact storage
Wade House (Wisconsin Historical Society) Outdoor Garden Artifacts
Woodland Dunes Painted habitat scenes for the Little Wings room


Grant deadlines and guidelines may be found on the Grants page of this site, and by clicking here. Contact program director Carolynn Lee with any questions.