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Frankfort Community Foundation
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Phone: 785-292-4433 or 785-587-8995

Funds of the Foundation

Annunciation Youth Fund

Antioch Cemetery Fund

The Antioch Cemetery Fund was established in 2018 to support the maintenance of the cemetery. The Antioch Cemetery was established in 1867 and is located in Section 9, Township 5, Range 8 in Marshall County, southwest of Frankfort. The cemetery contains 7.5 acres. The Antioch Cemetery has no paid employees and has a five member board governing the cemetery as well as maintaining two other small family cemeteries nearby. Antioch is an active historic cemetery with anywhere from 7 to 12 burials a year. A majority of the work at Antioch is done by volunteers and the cemetery board depends heavily on the monetary gifts from families and descendants in the Frankfort area.

Armed Forces Community Foundation Fund (AFCF)

Art & Mildred Neal Fund

The Art and Mildred Neal Fund was established in 2006. The Neal Fund is the original fund that help create the Frankfort Community Foundation. The Neals lived on the family farm south of Frankfort and were active community supporters. The Neal Fund has supported numerous projects since 2006 and will continue to benefit the Frankfort Community.

David L Crawford Memorial VFW Post #1359 Fund

Frankfort Alumni Association Fund

The FHS Alumni Association awards scholarships to qualifying seniors each year. The fund can also support the numerous programs at the school. Projects have included filed trips, ACT test prep classes and student activities.

Frankfort Cemetery Fund

The Frankfort Cemetery Fund was established in 2018 to support the maintenance of the Frankfort City Cemetery. The Frankfort City Cemetery does not receive tax funds for operations and rely on the generous support of the community.

Frankfort Children’s Fund

The Frankfort Children's Fund supports activities for the youth of the community. The fund has provided financial assistance for students to purchase pool passes and swim lessons. The fund also supports school projects. In 2016 the fund supported a STEM(science, technology, engineering and math) Day. K-12 students participated in activities at school that promoted STEM awareness.

Frankfort City Library Fund

Frankfort Community Cottages Project/Friendly Neighbor Nutrition Site Fund

Frankfort Community Memorial Fund

The Frankfort Community Memorial Fund was created to endow pooled memorial gifts in memory of loved ones having local roots or connections to the area. Through the combined gifts made to the Foundation to honor local loved ones, the principal will continue to grow.

A virtual Memorial Wall has also been established on this website. Click here

Frankfort Cub Scout Pack Fund

Frankfort Development Trust Fund

Frankfort FCCLA Fund

Frankfort FFA/Industrial Arts Fund

Frankfort Football

Frankfort High After Prom Fund

Frankfort Janes Community Service and Beautification Project Fund

Frankfort Rec Fund

The Frankfort Rec. is an organization that is dedicated to providing young people in the Frankfort community with the opportunity to play summer baseball and softball. This past year over 150 kids participated in summer baseball and softball. The purpose of this fund to provide these kids with proper playing equipment, training equipment, and facilities to fully enjoy "America's Pastime".

Frankfort Schools Fine Arts Fund

Frankfort Wildcat Boosters Fund

Frankfort Wildcat Boosters is a community organization that supports the Frankfort Schools. Anyone can join the Wildcat Boosters and volunteer. The Wildcat Boosters sponsor basketball and volleyball leagues for students to participate in. Senior scholarships are awarded annually. The Wildcat Boosters support numerous academic activities within the school also.

Fred and Ruth Conz Scholarship Fund

In as much that Fred and Ruth Conz didn't have a family, they had a strong desire to leave funds following their passing for High School graduating seniors to receive scholarships for two semesters of a two or four year college or a vocational tech school. The students would have a Vermillion address or Frankfort address and attend the Frankfort High School. All who apply are eligible to receive the scholarship. The Fred and Ruth Conz scholarship Fund amounts to $100,000 and the interest from this amount is used for this purpose. The scholarship began in 1993 and continues to the present time.

Harry Walls, Emma Walls, Grace Walls, & Richard Walls Scholarship Fund

The Wall Family Scholarship fund was established in 2008. The fund supports high school seniors pursuing post secondary education. The scholarship is renewable and is due annually April 1st. An application can be obtained from Frankfort High School.

Haunted Hayrack Fund

J & L Scholarship Fund

The J&L Scholarship was established in 2018. The scholarship is for a student attending KSU, pursuing STEM, STEM Education, Business or Architecture degrees. Preference is given to non-traditional students and is renewable. Applications may be obtained from Frankfort High School (785-292-4486) and are due annually on April 1st.

Kennedys 4 Frankfort Fund

The purpose of the fund is two-fold: to recognize the four generations of Kennedy's in Frankfort, KS and to support the community which support the Kennedy family. The fund will provide funding to worthy charities, projects, entrepreneurs or fund raisers which benefit Frankfort, KS. To read more, click here.

Konza United Way Marshall County/Frankfort Fund

Leo McMinimy Post 181 Fund

Marshall County Fair Association Frankfort Fund

Pawnee Mental Health Services Frankfort Fund

Wildcat Wilderness Playground Fund

Work to Win 4-H Club Fund

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