Schreiber Charity Golf Classic Beneficiary Program
The Schreiber Charity Golf Classic Beneficiary program provides an opportunity for non-profit organizations to request one-time support at a significant level from Schreiber for a program or capital project. Applications for general support, operating expenses, scholarships, endowment funds, research, awards or planning are not eligible for consideration.
Information & Criteria
Who is eligible to apply to be the Schreiber Charity Golf Classic Beneficiary?
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Be either a non-profit organization (exempt from federal income taxes under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code and not be classified as a 509(a)(3) supporting organization) or be a governmental body, such as a school or municipality.
- Must not have been a beneficiary of the Charity Golf Classic within the past 10 years.
- Serve the people of a community that houses a Schreiber facility.
- Conduct business without discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, gender stereotypes, national origin, ancestry, religion, creed, age, disability, marital status, military or veteran’s status.
What types of organizations and programming does Schreiber support?
- Health and human services: Improving the physical and emotional well-being of people of all ages. Focus areas include children and families, health and wellness, youth development, basic needs and self-sufficiency.
- Community development: Strengthening the local community through volunteer efforts of the community and civic organizations.
- Education and life long learning: Encouraging, enhancing and supporting strong educational systems in the community and life long learning programs and initiatives that enhance the well-being of the community and its economy.
What types of activities are not typically funded through the Schreiber Charity Golf Classic?
The Schreiber Charity Golf Classic does not fund:
- Annual appeals, sponsorships or other fundraising activities and events. Information on sponsorships in Northeast Wisconsin is available here.
- Religious activities or programs that serve or promote, or appear to serve or promote, specific religious organizations, groups, denominations or religious beliefs.
- Debt retirement, deficit financing, reduction of an operating deficit or replenishment of resources used to pay for such purposes.
- Lobbying or legislative activities.
- Scholarships or scholarship programs at educational institutions.
- Programming or expenses occurring before July 1 of the year you are applying.
How much money can be requested?
Appropriate project proposals will usually request $65,000 to $110,000.
For more information, questions and how to apply, contact Heather Milbach at Schreiber Foods.