The Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs have been a safe-haven for tens of thousands of young people, giving them a place to belong and succeed. A new facility will allow the club to expand that impact.
Compassion, generosity and the power of community – Safe Families for Children is providing transformational support for struggling families, helping to support neighbors in helping one another.
The Hendricks Family Foundation is committed to supporting non-profit organizations working to strengthen Beloit, including those that develop strategies to improve the health and safety of our community.
Core to the work of the Hendricks Family Foundation is the desire to inspire possibility and challenge the children of our community to dream big. CareerTek is one example of that mission in action.
At the Hendricks Family Foundation, we know every person has within themselves the ability to do great things, to embrace taking a risk in the effort to solve a problem, transform their life, and strengthen their family.
At the Hendricks Family Foundation, we know education is key to ensuring students have choices about their future, every child deserves access to experiential learning and robust career path planning.
The greater Beloit area has a skills gap. Institutions like Beloit Health System require trained workers, but community members are not necessarily equipped for or aware of the opportunities available to them. Hendricks Family Foundation CEO Diane Hendricks recognized this discrepancy and founded Hendricks CareerTek as a way to provide professional development and career education services to Beloit youth.
Safe Families for Children (SFFC) Wisconsin is committed to reducing the number of children placed in foster care by empowering families in crisis through community and faith-based support. It pairs families in crisis with community members to prevent child maltreatment, circumvent welfare placements, and provide wrap-around family support.
JPAC’s exponential growth as a driving factor necessitating its expansion. JPAC needed a separate space dedicated to performing arts education. When planning for the future it was important to the Board and JPAC staff to have a permanent structure like this in place.
The Hendricks Family Foundation is pleased to award a five-year grant of nearly $1.2 million to the ACTS Housing Corporation,” announced Diane Hendricks, President and Chairman of the Board. “The ACTS model is a true ‘hands up’ model, offering coaching, skill-building and financing to help Beloit families become proud homeowners.