Iroquois-Carthage Area Community Foundation
Learn about the CSA in Iroquois-Carthage, SD area.
Founded in 2005 Giving Back to the Iroquois-Carthage Area
The Iroquois-Carthage Area Community Foundation was created in 2005 to provide financial support to charitable and nonprofit purposes in the Iroquois-Carthage area at the recommendation of a local Board of Directors. Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Iroquois took the initiative to invest in the community and create a long-term asset for future projects and programs. The Iroquois-Carthage communities now have a vehicle that can accept charitable donations to support local projects and programs. As the fund grows, so will the amount available for grants to the community.
Grants are available from the Iroquois-Carthage Community Foundation. To find out more, please contact our advisory council members.
The Iroquois-Carthage Community Foundation was founded by Farmers & Merchants State Bank with additional contributions from then President Duncan Flann. Giving is easy, and will help fund future projects and programs supporting the growth of the Iroquois-Carthage communities.
Sometimes donors have questions about how to give back to their Area Community. If you would like to give back to Iroquois-Carthage, but are not sure where to begin, contact the SDCF. Gifts may come in many forms:
- Commodity (Grain, corn, cattle)
- Land (Offset capital gains tax)
- Automatic Bank Transfers
- Cars, Coins, Collectables
- Gift of Stock
- Gift of Insurance Benefits
- Gift of Retirement Benefits
- Remember Iroquois-Carthage in your estate
Contact the SDCF if you have any questions or would like to make a gift.
Meet Our Advisory Council
- Sue Dillon
- Rollie Walter
- Diane Pedersen
- Nell Button
- Susan Meyer
Support the Iroquois-Carthage area CSA Help Iroquois and Carthage thrive for generations to come.
201 N. Ottowa St.
Carthage, SD 57353