The La Crosse Community Foundation has launched a Nonprofit Resource Center to benefit La Crosse County nonprofit organizations and the community.
Local business owner and philanthropist Al Louis has raised more than $100,000 for area nonprofits in his third annual “Al’s Musky Challenge,”…
The city said it tapped the Community Foundation to assist because of its experience with grants, including for COVID relief, and its connection with nonprofits in the area.
Mayo Clinic Health System will be assisting with the medical needs of the Afghan refugees at Fort McCoy, some 10,000 of whom are anticipated t…
Toyota of La Crosse is giving $10,000 to Onalaska families whose homes were damaged by recent flooding, the group announced on Monday.
Four Madison organizations will get more than $1 million each.
The city of La Crosse is asking for the public’s input on how to spend the nearly $22 million in relief from the American Rescue Plan Act.
Matt Reetz has spent years studying birds, doing postdoctoral research around the United States, Australia, the Caribbean and southern Chile.
Former La Crosse Mayor Tim Kabat has been named the new executive director of the La Crosse Area Development Corporation, a nonprofit coming u…
The new Institute for Collective Wellbeing will hold an online kick-off event this week.
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck last year, staff at the Literacy Network went from being teachers to conductors.
Mayo Clinic Health System has donated to local nonprofits fighting hunger in recognition of National Doctor’s Day on March 30.
The La Crosse Community Foundation announced Thursday that it is launching a new pandemic relief grant program for area nonprofit groups.
The Free to Dream initiative will support the American Family Dreams Foundation and the American Family Institute of Corporate and Social Impact, which invests in early-stage startups.
Many nonprofits are working with limited resources to continue their vital operations, but they'll need the community's help to wait out the storm.
Right now, La Crosse is fortunate to have many selfless public servants in government and non-profits providing services and resources to our …
Signs of the holiday season are popping up everywhere. With Thanksgiving now behind us, Christmas music streams from speakers far and wide, fa…
Mayo Clinic has launched the EverybodyIN Fund for Change, benefiting nonprofits furthering racial equity, diversity and inclusion.
"The temporary use is needed so people don't freeze this winter," Occupy Madison co-president Brenda Konkel said. "It's literally a matter of life and death for some folks."
This is one of the greatest obstacles in distance learning: Sharing devices among multiple siblings or family members. Rather than juggling schedules for computer time, parents should, if they can, invest in dedicated devices and tech accessories for each child if possible.
When Bridget Todd-Robbins became administrator of the System of Care program in 2016, she never dreamed she’d be doing detective work as part …
Gov. Tony Evers announced Wednesday $75 million in funding for programs aimed at renters, farmers and those in need of food assistance, all part of the state’s use of federal funding to mitigate the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grants of up to $10,000 will be available soon to Wisconsin’s humanities and cultural organizations to help them cope with financial hardship …
Charles McLimans said the coronavirus outbreak has put considerable strain on area residents, boosting demand for the nonprofit's services.