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Your Giving Choices

When you donate to the Riverfront Foundation you can choose to give to the area of greatest need or specify one of our funds, described briefly below.

Achievement Fund

The Achievement Fund, provides unrestricted financial support to the Riverfront Activity Center. Its purpose is to provide necessary funding where it is needed most as riverfront works with adults with disabilities in helping them achieve their personal and employment goals. Donate now.

Legacy Endowment

This endowment helps ensure Riverfront fulfills its mission to provide services in Rock County. Its purpose is to provide necessary funding where it is needed most as Riverfront works with adults with disabilities in helping them achieve their personal and employment goals. Donate now.

Solid Start Fund

Some participants find it difficult to pull together financial resources to begin living independently. The Solid Start Fund removes the financial barrier participants may face as they move into their own home. Participants may receive one time funding, up to $3,500 for household necessities — beds, dressers, towels, a kitchen table and dishes, for example — to help ensure they receive a solid start to independent living. With the necessities in place, participants can focus on mastering independent living skills. Donate now.

People Can’t Wait Fund

Most Riverfront participants rely on a fragile funding system for day-to-day living. When a piece of that system shifts, services can lapse and participants find themselves in limbo. The People Can’t Wait Fund was developed to provide temporary funding so participants can continue services while alternative funding is secured. The fund provides security and continuity during times of transition and ensures Riverfront participants stay on track to meet their goals. Donate now.

Innovation Fund

The lives of individuals with disabilities improves drastically when they achieve their goals. The Innovation Fund provides critical resources to enhance, expand, or add innovative services—beyond funding for ordinary programs. The fund paves the way for the innovations that help Riverfront participants meet their goals. Donate now.

Real Hope Endowment

The number of people with disabilities is increasing, and our entire population is aging.  Public funding is not keeping pace with the increasing needs for long-term support, but through the Real Hope Endowment, together we can provide opportunities for real work and real life for people with disabilities. The Real Hope Endowment supports a myriad of innovative solutions, including personalized behavioral support plans, fitness equipment, therapeutic tools, job training and more. Donate now.

Jim Lane Enrichment Fund

The Jim Lane Enrichment Fund, established by the family of Jim Lane, a long-time Riverfront participant provides recreational opportunities for Riverfront participants. The fund provides grants to Riverfront participants for recreation and travel. The benefits of a local outing or extended travel include opportunities to develop independence, build cognitive and motor skills, develop communication and social skills, enhance self-esteem and self-confidence and establish a feeling of community. Donate now.

You can donate online, call us at 608-784-9450 or print this form and mail it to:
Riverfront Foundation, 3000 South Avenue, La Crosse, WI 54601
If you would like to learn more, please contact Jackie Jensen-Utz, Chief Development Officer, at 608-784-9450.

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