The Bahl Foundation

 

The Bahl Foundation is dedicated to advancing the well-being of children around the world through education, health, faith and the arts.

 

A few of our projects are highlighted below.


 

The Bahl Family Auditorium:

The Paradise Theater in Faribault, Minnesota, has become a magnet for theatrical artists.

The Bahl Foundation is a proud partner and has been instrumental in providing a high-quality yet intimate space for a wide variety of events including plays, concerts and speaking engagements.

With a maximum seating capacity of 375 patrons—and the ability to add a thrust stage or convert the space to accommodate a dance floor—The Bahl Family Auditorium is truly a space where the arts can flourish.

Find out more information at the official web page for The Bahl Family Auditorium.

 

 

 

Bahl Field:

While it is a play on words, we have taken our commitment to the physical well-being of children to a new level with our support for the Faribault Soccer Complex.

Some have called it "the culmination of a dream" and "great for the community and its youth"—and we agree wholeheartedly. Since its inception, this project was a logical fit with our mission.

Explore in greater detail what the Soccer Complex has done for the community of Faribault by VISITING THIS WEB PAGE and reading a great article by Brendan Burnett-Kurie in the Faribault Daily News Online.

We are honored to have our family name as a part of this fantastic facility!

 

Faribault Rotary Club Strive Program:

The Bahl Foundation’s support of the Faribault Rotary Club facilitates Strive, a program that was started in 1997 and is intended to help students raise their GPAs and earn scholarship dollars for college. Students learn time management, financial management, goal setting, interviewing, and test-taking skills while gaining valuable information about scholarship opportunities, the financial aid process, what to expect in college and keys to success.


Our Foundation Partners

 
The Bahl Foundation also proudly supports: