Supporters

The Cultural Commons Project is a collaboration of community partners.  Stevens Point is rich with outdoor activities and the Commons project offers a unique opportunity for individuals, businesses, local government and institutions to join together and enhance an existing area of Pfiffner Park without disturbing traditional activities.  In 2008, the City of Stevens Point adopted a Downtown Redevelopment Plan, acknowledging the Wisconsin River as a magnificent asset to the community. The plan addressed ways to provide additional enjoyment and maximize this resource by enhancing existing waterfront areas to create scenic, pleasant and visually integrated experiences.  Projects near the river, such as the Cultural Commons, KASH Park and Green Circle allow the average citizen to be involved with community enhancements that provide opportunities and celebrate the rich cultural diversity of Stevens Point.

Thank you for joining in this exciting community project, Click here to make your tax-deductible donation, Click here for printable Bench and Paver options to commemorate people who are special in your life or recognize an influential business or organization from the Stevens Point area.

Founder ($25,000 +)

Sponsor ($10,000 +)

Friend ($5,000 +)

  • Norm and Marie Worzella
  • Richard Pavelski
  • Cliff and Karen King
  • Stevens Point Women’s Club
  • Old National Bank
  • Rotary International
  • Wisconsin Public Service Foundation

Supporter ($1,000 +)

  • James and Susan Zach
  • Polish Heritage Awareness Society
  • Partners of the Americas, Inc.
  • Edward Okray Foundation, Inc.
  • Russian Sister City

Patron ($500 +)

  • Point Insurance Agency
  • Shopko Foundation
  • Dick and Mary Lou Judy

Builder ($100 +)

  • Sara Brish
  • Sharon Stratton
  • Robert and Christine Stack
  • Neenah Paper Mill Union
  • Terry Arnold
  • Mary Williams
  • Dave Acaley

Partner ($1-$99)

  • Kathy and Jan Hermann
  • Ann Huntoon
  • Craig Gerlach
  • Todd Penske
  • Dean Bushey

Champions of In-kind support and Community Alliances