Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce grants to 20 charitable organizations and schools, representing the Foundation's fall 2016 award cycle.
Violin virtuoso Joshua Bell, multi-instrumental bluegrass pioneer Sara Watkins, and Broadway legend Kristin Chenoweth will headline the 73rd season of the Distinguished Guest Series in Kohler.
Each year, Kohler Foundation awards hundreds of thousands of dollars in post-secondary scholarships to Sheboygan County graduating seniors. A total of $430,000 was awarded this spring. Below is the list of our 2016 recipients. We are proud to support their academic pursuits, artistic excellence, and leadership development.
Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce grants to 33 charitable organizations, representing the Foundation's spring 2016 award cycle.
Kohler Foundation has an exciting opportunity for a talented, well organized, detail oriented, and dependable professional with experience in accounting and office management.
Kohler Foundation offers an expanded slate of cultural events at the Waelderhaus this year. Five unique events, all free and open to the public, will bring chamber music, Shakespearean drama, and beautiful performances to the unique, historic “house in the woods”, which overlooks the Sheboygan River in Kohler.
Since the Great Gingerbread Festival began in 1997, more than 108,000 people have visited the Waelderhaus during the annual holiday event, and another 7,500 are expected this December.
Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce grants to 27 charitable organizations, representing the Foundation's fall 2015 award cycle.
Kohler Foundation is pleased to announce that we will be co-hosting the 2017 Divine Disorder Conference in Sheboygan/Kohler, Wisconsin, September 26-30. Partnering with us will be NCPTT (National Center for Preservation Technology and Training- National Park Service), and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.