Grants

Aspirus Riverview Foundation is committed to the health and well-being of people in our community. Annually, the Foundation supports Aspirus Riverview Hospital & Clinics and other community health care services and programs to improve health and quality of life for people in our community. Local health care has benefited from the contribution of nearly $4.5 million from Aspirus Riverview Foundation since 1984.

Applying for a Grant

To request funds from Aspirus Riverview Foundation, the grant request form must be submitted to the Foundation office by the following quarterly deadlines:

  • January 22, 2018
  • April 23, 2018
  • July 23, 2018
  • October 29, 2018

The Foundation Board of Directors will review the request at the Foundation board meetings, which are scheduled to meet the second Tuesday in February, May, August and November.

Community Grant Request

For community members making grant requests for community-based health and wellness activities and educational programs, please use the community grant request application. A spokesperson for the requesting organization will be asked to attend the board meeting to answer any questions regarding the request. You will be informed of the disposition of your request within one week of the board meeting.

Hospital Grant Request

For Riverview employees making grant requests for hospital programs, projects or equipment, please use the hospital grant request application.  A spokesperson will be asked to attend the board meeting to answer any questions regarding the request. You will be informed of the disposition of your request within one week of the board meeting.

Past Grant Recipients

Click on the recipients below for more information:

SWEPS Mobile Food Pantry

Funding will provide food to approximately 400 qualified households serving over 1100 individuals in South Wood County.

Oxford House

Funding will provide assistance for individuals attempting to maintain sobriety at the Men’s and Women’s Oxford Houses in Wisconsin Rapids.

Washington Elementary School

Funding will provide commercial grade TRX Fitness Trainers to be used for physical education classes.

3-O Day

Funding helps with the costs associated with a one day seminar for high school students, aimed at enhancing an adolescent’s total well-being.

Wisconsin Rapids Fire Department

Funding will provide fire education videos to all elementary schools in Wisconsin Rapids School District.

Project SEARCH

Funding will provide computers for the Project SEARCH classroom at Aspirus Riverview Hospital. The Project SEARCH program is a job internship program for transition-age students and adults with disabilities, nationally recognized for providing quality work experiences.

Aspirus Riverview Hospital – Athletic Training

Funding will provide IMPACT baseline concussion testing for area schools.

Aspirus Riverview Hospital

Funding supports the Cancer Patient Fund, Aspirus Riverview Patient Fund and items needed to enhance the patient experience at Aspirus Riverview Hospital & Clinics.