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P.O. Box 231
Rapid City, SD 57709


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BHACF/SD Rancher Relief Fund


The South Dakota Rancher Relief Fund was established on October 8, 2013 by Black Hills Area Community Foundation to provide support and relief assistance to those in the agriculture industry impacted by the blizzard of October 4-7, 2013. The fund will be administered by BHACF in cooperation with the South Dakota Stockgrowers Association, the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association and the South Dakota Sheep Growers Association for the direct benefit of the livestock producers impacted by this devastating blizzard.

Tax ID number 36-3608635
Incorporated Date
Geographic areas served Black Hills Area


Background Statement

About South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association
The mission of the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association is to Advance and protect the interests of all cattlemen by enhancing profitability through representation, promotion and information sharing. Our vision is to be a producer-oriented organization that consumers and producers rely on for factual information to enhance a profitable business climate and promote environmental stewardship.
Jodie Anderson - 605.945.2333

About South Dakota Stockgrowers Association
South Dakota Stockgrowers is a grassroots, non-profit organization of independent livestock producers dedicated to the continued success and viability of the domestic livestock industry. Since 1893 our mission has remained unchanged, “to promote and protect the South Dakota Livestock industry.”
Silvia Christen – 605.342.0429

About South Dakota Sheep Growers Association

South Dakota Sheep Growers is the trade association for sheep producers of South Dakota, representing both farm flocks and range operations. We are a state member of the American Sheep Industry, the sheep industry voice involved in: meat safety, marketing, regulations through national education, communication and lobbying and legislation. We focus on lamb and fiber promotion on a state-wide basis and keeping members updated on issues affecting the sheep industry.
Max Matthews – 605.490.0726

Executive Director Statement

BHACF charges a nominal 1% on incoming gifts to assure that we meet best practice standards for community foundations. We are grateful to our friends in the community who have discounted their service fees to the fund.