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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.
Contemporary Sculpture Comes to the Old Indian Cemetery
The Community Foundation, the Muskegon Museum of Art, the Downtown Arts Committee, and the City of Muskegon are collaborating on the commission of a 16-foot monumental black granite sculpture, entitled "All My Relations," by Michigan Anishinaabe artist, Jason Quigno.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
White Lake Community Fund Awards Grants
The White Lake Community Fund recently awarded over $50,000 in grants to seven local organizations for support of programs to benefit the White Lake area and its citizens.Read News
A Pleasant Surprise
In 1998, the Community Foundation was surprised and honored to learn that it had been left $1.8 million as the result of a Charitable Remainder Trust established by Alta Daetz. Ms. Daetz was a second-grade teacher in Muskegon Public Schools for many years, living in Jefferson Towers until shortly before her death.Read Story
Our 2018 Ambassadors Reception, Wednesday, September 26, honors those honors those community members who have set a distinguished leadership example by including the Foundation in their will, trust, or estate plan or started a fund at the Foundation.Read More
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2018 Ambassadors Reception
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Our annual Ambassadors Reception honors those community members who have set a distinguished leadership example by including the Foundation in their will, trust, or estate plan, naming the Foundation as a beneficiary of an insurance policy or retirement account, or creating a Fund at the Foundation.View Event
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Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome with Dr. Joy DeGruy
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Internationally renowned researcher, educator and author, Dr. Joy DeGruy, will present "Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America's Legacy of Enduring Injury & Healing," on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 in the Frauenthal Theater (time to be announced).View Event
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