GBL Foundation Archive

Get Busy Livin’ Foundation Announces 2022 Youth Volunteer Awards

The Dylan Meier Get Busy Livin’ (GBL) Foundation has been awarding funds for projects aimed at youth volunteerism as part of the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas (CFSEK) Grant Program since 2016. Forty-two grant awards, up to $500 each and totaling over $22,000, have been awarded for youth volunteerism projects to Southeast Kansas nonprofits. These … Continue reading →

Read The Fall 2021 CFSEK Newsletter

CFSEK 20th Anniversary Grant Recipients

The fall 2021 Charitable Connection newsletter is finally here! Here’s what’s included in this edition: A welcome letter from our new executive director, Devin Gorman. A report from our 2021 Estate Planning Forum. Our 2021 scholarship and grant recipients. What’s coming up at the Community Foundation. Check it out by clicking the button below! Get … Continue reading →

More Spring 2021 CFSEK Grant & Scholarship Recipients Announced

Grantmaking and scholarships are a large part of the mission of the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas (CFSEK). The earliest CFSEK grants date back to the year of our establishment, 2001, and the first CFSEK scholarships were awarded in 2007. As CFSEK continues to celebrate our 20th anniversary of serving the Southeast Kansas area, we are pleased to announce the completion … Continue reading →

2021 Get Busy Livin’ Grants Now Available!

The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas (CFSEK) is pleased to announce that the 2021 Dylan Meier Get Busy Livin’ (GBL) Foundation grant application is now available through March 31. The GBL Foundation provides grants of up to $500 for nonprofit projects that support youth volunteerism. This year’s grant application can be found on the GBL Youth … Continue reading →

Welcome to the 2020 Grant Celebration!

A unique year brings a unique celebration. Normally around this time of year we hold our annual Grant Celebration, a one-night event to recognize all the good works being done in Southeast Kansas by non-profit organizations, schools, churches, and government entities that received CFSEK grants during the year. This year, we’ve replaced our normal in-person … Continue reading →