Our Purpose is to improve the quality of life in the Ashland Area.  This is accomplished through the promotion, encouragement, and support of education; the strengthening of the health and wellbeing of families and individuals; the beautification and preservation of nature; the preservation of history; and the promotion of recreational and cultural programs and activities.


Donors like to use the Ashland Community Foundation because it is flexible and convenient. We can assist donors in selecting the charitable tools that enhance a solid estate plan. The community also benefits from the community foundation retaining assets in the local area for the benefit of nonprofit organizations. Donate Now


• To create community awareness of the Ashland Community Foundation.

• To promote philanthropy and serve as a catalyst for local giving to local nonprofit agencies and organizations.

• To multiply the present and long-term impact of charitable donations in the community.

• To lead the way in improving and maintaining the quality of life for all community residents.

• To work with your trusted professional advisors to maximize your giving power to the community.

VFW, USD220, Ashland Golf Course, & Ashland Senior Center  -- January 2020

 The Ashland Community Foundation received a donation of $95,000 that benefited many community organizations including the VFW, the Grade School library, the golf course, the Senior Center, USD 220 and also money for the ACF Grow Ashland Together Fund that will be used to help fund many more grants in the community this year. THANK YOU to the donor that helped our little town in a BIG WAY! Pictured receiving the grants are Losson Pike- Golf Course, Jamie Wettig- USD 220, John Stegman- Senior Center, and Jay Canton- VFW.

Ashland Rec Commission -- January 2020

  The Ashland Rec Commission received a $4,950 grant to help add shade and landscaping to the ball diamonds. Pictured are Brandon Grigsby, Rec board and Jan Endicott, ACF board.

Rainbow Connection  -- November 2019

ACF awarded a $3,500 grant to Rainbow Connection Preschool. Rainbow Connection has been been a part of our community for more than 30 years

WEPAC  -- September 2019

  The ACF awarded a $7,000 grant to WEPAC to help with this years Hoops for Hope. Money raised from the event will help pay for life saving screenings in Clark and Comanche counties. The game will take place on Saturday, October 5th in Coldwater this year


To Learn More Ways to Benefit Our Community Please Contact:


Ashland Community Foundation
P.O. Box 276
Ashland, Kansas 67831



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