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Angela Muller

Executive Director

Email: rcacf@eaglecom.net linkedin-buttonProfile
Angela Muller, a native of the Russell area, is the Executive Director for the Russell County Area Community Foundation. She has a Bachelor’s degree in economics from the Kansas State University and a Master’s degree in defense studies from the University of Reading in England. Her expertise includes professional experience with a number of federal and nonprofit agencies.

Her vision for the Foundation is “to support Russell County area nonprofits, organizations, and people in need and also work closely with donors to make the Foundation robust and effective. My relationship style is easygoing, and my door is always open to people interested in working with and contributing to the Foundation.”

Upcoming Events

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1:00 pm SPARC Collaboration Workshop @ Masonic Hall
SPARC Collaboration Workshop @ Masonic Hall
Aug 1 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
SPARC Collaboration Workshop @ Masonic Hall
  This workshop is for all who are interested in applying for a SPARC grant. It will feature Patty Clark, an expert on helping you further develop your project, see its strategic impact, and find collaborative[...]

Recent News

SPARC Collaboration Workshop is August 1

  Nonprofit organizations, government entities and others interested in applying for the new SPARC grant are invited to attend a Collaboration Workshop on August 1, from 9 am until noon at the Masonic Hall, 115 E. Wisconsin, Russell. The theme is "Go Slow to Go Fast" and will be led by Patty Clark, an expert on rural communities and policy. SPARC - The Strategic Partnership for the Advancement of Russell County - is the Russell County Area Community Foundation's (RCACF) largest grant program to date, awarding $75,000 to $175,000 over a multi-year period toward a project that promotes significant economic development, community[...]

RCACF launches SPARC grant program

  CLICK HERE FOR HELPFUL TOOLS AND APPLICATION RESOURCES! The Russell County Area Community Foundation (RCACF) is pleased to announce the availability of a new grant program called SPARC - The Strategic Partnership for the Advancement of Russell County. This is RCACF's largest grant program to date, awarding $75,000 to $175,000 over a multi-year period toward a project that promotes significant economic development, community collaboration, and has long-term, measured impact. The new program is funded by the generosity of the Russell County Area Community Foundation for the broad benefit of Russell County. RCACF was established in 2001 to create a permanent source of philanthropy[...]