Kiwanis Corvallis Foundation
The Corvallis Kiwanis Foundation (TCKF) is a 501(c)(3) corporation that was incorporated in July 1973 by the two Corvallis-area Kiwanis clubs: the Kiwanis Club of Corvallis and the Kiwanis Club of Corvallis Sunrisers. Donations made to the Foundation do qualify as charitable contributions according to both State and Federal requirements.
Primary purposes of The Foundation are:
* To assist all persons to have successful, enriched and meaningful lives;
* To assist young people in attaining vocational and scholastic excellence;
* To assist individuals with disabilities in achieving meaningful work,
independence, integration and inclusion;
* To assist other deserving individuals and organizations in charitable,
educational, scientific research and other humanitarian purposes with
financial and/or other means of assistance;
* To support and encourage projects and programs which will, in the
judgment of the Officers and the Board of Directors of The Foundation,
improve the quality of life in the greater Corvallis area.
If you would like to donate to the Foundation, please mail a check, payable to The Corvallis Kiwanis Foundation, to PO Box 1602, Corvallis, OR 97339. If the donation is made in honor or memory, please let us know in writing.
We are a relatively small foundation, so most of our gifts are for modest amounts and the actual amounts granted are based upon available funds. Funding for approved allocations occurred in February 2022 totally $17,118.
Non-Profits grants were awarded to the following:
Arc of Benton County, The Arts Center, Assistance League, Benton Furniture Share, Boys & Girls Club, CASA, Corvallis High School Key Club, Community Outreach Mari’s Place, Corvallis Community Band, Corvallis Youth Symphony, Equestrian Group, Home Life, Jackson Street Youth Shelter, Maxtivity, Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp, Mountain Rescue Unit (CMRW), Old Mill Center, Philomath Community Services, Philomath Youth Activity, Quilts for Caring Hands, Stone Soup, We Care