Luginbill Children's Foundation

About Us

Founded in December 2016, the Luginbill Children's Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to ensuring that every child in the Chippewa Valley grows up in a safe, kind, and loving community. We receive, hold, utilize, administer and dispense gifts and grants and act without profit as trustee of educational and charitable funds/programs. We currently operate over 13 programs and have been named by Chippewa Valley Magazine readers as one of the Top 3 family-focused non-profit groups in the Chippewa Valley. You can learn more about the work of our foundation by visiting the "Programs" tab.

Deductible donations? Yes!

The Luginbill Children's Foundation, Inc. is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Your contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Who we are.


Our Founder - Joe Luginbill

Joe Luginbill launched the foundation in December 2016 in an effort to fill systemic gaps he saw in Western Wisconsin. Joe's work has included outreach with migrant children and families and case management with families in Western Wisconsin. Joe is the President of the Eau Claire School Board, a member of the World Association for Infant Mental Health, a Child Protection Advocate with UNICEF, and a member of the United States Council of Organizations for the United Nations. You can learn more about our founder by visiting


Our Board - The Luginbill Family

The Luginbill Family serves as the Board of Directors of the Luginbill Children's Foundation, Inc. (From left: Annisa Luginbill, Secretary; Joe Luginbill, President; Teresa Luginbill, Vice President; Dennis Luginbill, Treasurer; Zachary Luginbill, Non-voting member; Jenna Luginbill, Board Member)

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What we believe.

The Luginbill Children's Foundation believes that diversity makes us stronger. We do not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, military status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability.