A Resource for the Polk and Burnett County Area and a Pathway for Individual Philanthropy

A foundation is a financial base. As an affiliate of the St. Croix Valley Foundation, NACF serves as a local vehicle to accept donations from people who want to contribute to enhancing the quality-of-life in our area. This financial base, created by donors, managed and invested, supports and enriches our community today and for generations to come.

With the support of St. Croix Valley Foundation, NACF offers convenient philanthropic solutions tailored to donors’ values, goals and financial circumstances. As local funding priorities and needs change, NACF can respond. If you would like to know more about fund options, and how to leave a lasting legacy, contact us at  or   call 715-386-9490.  More information is available at St. Croix Valley Foundation .

Please consider a tax-deductible gift to Northwest Alliance Community Foundation, either as a one-time contribution or a monthly sustaining gift. Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, we can be there for our community when it needs us most.

Donate online using the Donate button below. Donation choices that appear will allow you to choose donating to current or future needs.  If you do not specify, NACF will use the donation where the need is greatest.

If you prefer, send your donation to: NACF, PO Box 111, Frederic, WI 54837. A donation receipt will be sent to you by mail.

General Fund: wherever the need is greatest. Support the work of NACF and provide the greatest flexibility for responding to the changing needs of the region. Contributions are expended to benefit the people, communities, programs and needs of our region.

Endowment Fund: ensuring a steady and growing base for the future. In partnership with SCVF we're helping donors in Polk and Burnett Counties create a lasting and impactful legacy for this region. These donations are invested, and the return generated is used to address community needs.

Environment Fund: Environmental donations support programs and activities that promote use and protection of our natural resources leading to stewardship of nature for future generations.

Cooked2Serve:Cooked2Serve was created to ease food insecurity for local families and aid local restaurants and staff as they struggle to return to full capacity during the Covid pandemic. It is a program that provides food items purchased from local restaurant sources that are precooked, frozen, and ready to heat up at home.

Meals including soup and pan dinners are delivered to local schools to augment their food distribution to families within the district.  The meals are delicious, nutritious and easy to heat and serve.