Your Voice – Our Vision
Four County Community Foundation recently surveyed residents about emergent needs in our service area.
Four prevalent needs were identified and the foundation will give priority to these areas as we select grant projects to award in 2020.
Beyond the Bell
An investment can have a huge impact on our local youth! Students can participate in after-school clubs or sports.
Your Story Matters
These funds will help support projects in the areas of suicide prevention, depression, drug abuse prevention, bullying prevention, etc.
Funded projects will support small business development, mentoring programs, and workshops. Let’s support our emerging small businesses.
Let’s Go Places
Support projects that will provide mobility to our most at risk populations (senior citizens, the disabled, low income families.)
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.Learn More
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 ($17M)
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Four County Community Foundation’s 2019 Report to the Community includes financial statements, our newest funds, grant highlights, and more. Since 1987, Four County Community Foundation has been helping our community grow by bringing together human and financial resources to support […]
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 […]
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, […]