2023   Toadstrangler Trail (a private-public partnership) opens in late summer

2022   Partnered with City to replace Welcome sign on south side of Rossville

2022   Kick-off to Trail Project with grant award from the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks and local fundraising initiative

2021  Foundation starts annual $1000 scholarship to a Rossville High School senior

2021   $20,000 Grant to Rossville Community Library for renovation

2020   Supported cost of design plans for renovation of restrooms in City park

2020    COVID mini-grants to local organizations & signs in community to support everyone in difficult times

2018    Community calendar project

2017    Collaborated with the City to build Andrick Park and install memorial bricks

2017     Celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the Rossville pool

2015     Disc golf created in the Park

2015     Rossville Community Foundation granted funds to LED Sign on school property off Hwy 24

2014     Rossville Community Foundation granted funds to the Rossville Library for microfilm digitization

2013     City works with Rossville Community Foundation to win Readers Digest $10,000 contest, “We Hear You America,” focused on Main Street

2011     Rossville Community Foundation becomes fiscal agent for Rossville Safe Streetssafeviewing1

2011     Rossville Safe Streets receives PSA Grant

2010     Tennis and basketball courts funded through Doug Perine Memorial, completed in 2015

2010     Recycled Tire Grant used to install new park picnic tables

2008    Joe Campbell Memorial Stadium received improvements with a $5,000 Royals Grant

2007     Convened Preschool Early Childhood

  • Education that created state model for preschool

2007     Playground Built

  • Grant of $75,000 matched with in-kind donations

2004     18-month Civic Leadership Training funded by Kansas Health Foundation

  • Spurred the development of four Leadership Rossville Classes and TASMAD

2002      Establishment of Rossville Community Foundation

  • Donation of $5,000 for the pool to start the Rossville Community Foundation
  • Pool Task Force raised $200,000, secured an additional $200,000, and the City issued an additional bond.
  • Pool money was kept separate to ensure usage for the pool