South Dakota Day of Giving is made possible thanks to the generosity of individuals, businesses and foundations interested in rallying our state together to support the work of the nonprofit sector.
South Dakota Community Foundation
The South Dakota Community Foundation connects generous people and charitable nonprofits throughout the state of South Dakota. The SDCF helps a variety of people, but its purpose is singular—to make South Dakota better for all generations, today and tomorrow. Since 1987, we have helped people reach their philanthropic goals and strengthen their communities. We administer approximately $300 million in assets for more than 850 endowed funds. We provide grants and administrative support to nonprofit organizations and serve as a philanthropic resource for donors, advisors, and nonprofits throughout the state.
The Bush Foundation
The Bush Foundation invests in great ideas and the people who power them in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and the 23 Native nations that share the geography. They work to inspire and support creative problem solving—within and across sectors—to make the region better for everyone.
The Numad Group
The Numad Group works with inspired nonprofits committed to making positive change through proactive efforts within their communities. Now in its eighth year, the company applies its unique, innovative approach to advancement to elevate the missions of nonprofits—from elementary and secondary schools to colleges and universities, religious organizations, art centers, museums, and other community agencies.
Thank you to our nonprofit regional training sponsors!
United Way of the Black Hills
United Way of the Black Hills fights for the health, education, and financial stability for everyone in the Black Hills region of South Dakota. Together, with the 55 nonprofit organizations that we support, we help children be prepared for and successful in school, we help families access resources to achieve financial stability, and we encourage the overall health and well-being of our residents including access to vital safety net services.
Capital Area United Way
The Capital Area United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in Hughes and Stanley counties. Through its community-wide fundraising efforts, the Capital Area United Way helps to support 50 programs and services offered through 20 local United Way funded agencies. Through a strong volunteer system, United Way brings together business, government, and committed people to address local health and human service needs in Hughes and Stanley counties.
Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce
The Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce is organized to promote the interests of local and regional individuals, businesses, and organizations. Their commitment is to provide quality services and representation in the areas of government, health, agriculture, education, recreation and culture to enhance their presence in the state of South Dakota.