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Winter 2024 Newsletter

This winter, we celebrate philanthropy in our community through the legacy of a teacher, new options for healthy food in underserved areas, empowering educators, and more.

In this issue:

From a Love for Literature to a Lasting Legacy

The most meaningful legacies are rooted in our values and modeled after our actions and passions. For some, this is a natural conclusion; and any one of us would be lucky to have a legacy as significant as Sue Scribner’s.

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Hydrating the Food Desert

A new mobile market is aiming to change that by bringing healthy, affordable food to neighborhoods without easy access to grocery stores.

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Creative Classroom

Sometimes, in order to modernize the classroom, you have to take something old and make it new again. That’s what Washington High School English Language Arts teacher Megan Wounded Head is doing, thanks to a grant from the Community Foundation.

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Trust Our Expert Staff to Steward Your Philanthropy

To best serve you, the staff at the Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation is constantly seeking new ways to build their knowledge and skillset. Together, our staff holds decades of experience in philanthropic planning and countless hours of specialized training. “We are students of philanthropy,” said Nate Dally, Philanthropic Advisor, “and we want to help people experience the joy of giving.”

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