Where Should You Give? Explore our List of Charities in Door County.
Door County is a special place.There is a spirit that keeps us here - or draws us back each year. So it's no wonder that Door County is also home to countless people who are working hard to sustain our quality of life. There are over 350 charities, associations, service clubs, and other citizen groups serving our community! In an effort to help connect people who care with the causes that matter, we have compiled this list of tax-exempt organizations that are based in Door County.
Give through your Estate Plans. Download our Guide to Endowments.
Include a gift to a charity's endowment in your estate plans. The Guide is an excellent tool for individuals and estate planning professionals to discuss giving back to many of the different charities in Door County. Download a copy today!
Leave a Legacy. Donate to a Non-Profit Endowment Fund.
Many charities entrust the administration of their Endowment Funds to the Door County Community Foundation. It's a safe and responsible way to manage endowed gifts, long-term assets or operational reserves. The non-profit community also counts on the Community Foundation’s planned giving expertise to facilitate gifts into their endowments.
Doing Great Work for Door County? Apply for a Sustainability Grant.
In our continuing effort to increase our impact in the community, we've restructed our discretionary grants program into Sustainability Grants and Advancement Grants.
The Door County Community Foundation serves year-round residents, seasonal residents and visitors across all of Door County, including the City of Sturgeon Bay; the Villages of Egg Harbor, Ephraim, Forestville, and Sister Bay; the Towns of Baileys Harbor, Brussels, Egg Harbor, Clay Banks, Forestville, Gardner, Gibraltar, Jacksonport, Liberty Grove, Nasewaupee, Sevastopol, Sturgeon Bay, Union, and Washington Island; and all of the unincorporated areas of Door County.