Community Needs Assessment

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Community Survey

ABOUT US

The Four County Community Foundation is a non-profit community organization, created by and for the people of the communities we serve. We are here to make a positive impact on our community.

Communities We Serve

Four County Community Foundation provides services to the villages and cities of Almont, Armada, Capac, Dryden, Imlay City, Metamora, Oxford, Richmond, and Romeo, Michigan.

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Foundation Facts

1987
Established
$8.7M
Grants & Scholarships Awarded
124
Funds
$16 M
Current Assets

WHAT WE DO

Created by and for the people of the corners of Lapeer, Macomb, Oakland and St. Clair Counties, Four County Community Foundation enables anyone with philanthropic interests to support the needs of our community. By bringing together the resources of individuals, families and businesses, Four County Community Foundation creates a permanent source of community capital that can benefit our local region forever.

WHO WE SERVE

Four County Community Foundation provides services to the villages and cities of Almont, Armada, Capac, Dryden, Imlay City, Metamora, Oxford, Richmond, and Romeo, Michigan.

FUND DISTRIBUTION ($16M)

2019 GRANTS

Scholarships
Education
Arts & Culture
Food & Shelter
Sports & Leisure
Health Services
Public Safety
Total
$259,650
$134,439
$20,722
$50,903
$47,701
$31,942
$22,606
$567,963

Latest News

Fourth Quarter Grants Total $45,000!

Four County Community Foundation recently awarded $45,000 in fourth-quarter grants to schools and other non-profit groups in the communities they serve. The Foundation accepts competitive requests four times per year. Requests are reviewed by committees comprised of the Board of […]

New Director at Helm of Four County Community Foundation

Janet Bauer to retire, Kathy Dickens chosen to take her place by Tom Wearing March 27, 2019 TRI-CITY AREA — The Four County Community Foundation (FCCF) Board has unanimously selected Kathy Dickens to serve as the organization’s new executive director.  Dickens, […]

Four County Community Foundation plans Community Needs Assessment Survey

In an effort to identify the emerging needs of our region, Four County Community Foundation will be conducting a Community Needs Assessment Survey beginning in May. The results of the survey will be used to customize the Foundation’s outreach to […]

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