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At the Community Foundation for Muskegon County, we're working with donors, advisors and members of the community for one common goal—making our community a stronger, healthier, more vibrant place to live.
Sharing a Legacy of Acceptance
Gilana Shira Alpert had a zest for life. When she unexpectedly passed away in 2007, Gilana’s family established a fund at the Community Foundation to honor her memory.Read Story
Give to any of our more than 865 existing funds, or you can create a new fund of your own to benefit the cause that matters to you most.Give Now
YAC Community Needs Survey
The Foundation's Youth Advisory Council (YAC) recently conducted a community needs assessment and heard from 418 youth from across the county. The survey results provide a look at issues that are important to Muskegon County youth and will guide the YACs grantmaking for the next several years.Read News
Using Forks to Raise Funds
The Margaret Shaw Memorial Fund was created by the Paine family, owners of Metalworks Inc. in Ludington, in honor of Sidney Shaw's wife, Margaret, who passed away in 2004. The Shaw family grew the fund over the years and, when Sidney retired, decided to begin actively developing it.Read Story
2016 Annual Update
Take a look at the 2016 Annual Update! Learn about great grants, new funds, and people who love their community!Read More
Opportunities for every child, and everyone.Learn More
The work we support speaks for itself.Learn More
Get Out the Vote! Get a Mini-grant to Help!
Nonprofit organizations have a unique opportunity to share messages with their constituents that can help bring out the voices and issues that matter to our community. NP leaders and staff are invited to join us Tuesday, March 20 at 4 p.m., Hilt Building Ballroom (3rd floor) to learn about free resources, toolkits, our Get Out the Vote Mini-grants and more!View Event
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Overfed & Undernourished
"Overfed & Undernourished" is a feature length health and lifestyle documentary that examines a global epidemic through one boy's inspiring and personal journey to regain his health from the inside out. FREE. Sponsored by Access Health and the Community Foundation for Muskegon County.View Event
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