Four County Community Foundation
Romeo Community Action Fund
Four County Community Foundation has eight community-specific funds to provide a permanent revenue source for projects as determined by each community. Community funds may be utilized for a wide range of community programs including summer concerts, park improvements, libraries and schools, local police and fire department, community holiday events, and emergency needs.
The Romeo Community Action Fund was established in 1995 and has made 38 grants valued at over $56,000 to the local community. The Bruce Township Fire Department was the most recent recipient of a grant from the Fund, purchasing a portable CPR chest compression unit for first responders. Romeo Community Schools, RWB Parks & Recreation, and the Village of Romeo have also received grants in the past. The Fund generates an annual support any charitable purpose in the Romeo area.
Four County Community Foundation provides an easy and secure way for anyone in the community to support programs which benefit Romeo/Washington/Bruce residents. Endowed community funds ensure that annual proceeds are available to serve the ever-changing needs of your local community, today and far into the future.
Give where you live. Donations of any size are always welcome, online or by mail.
Nonprofit organizations needing financial support for programs benefitting the Romeo community may reach out to the Foundation for more information. Grant requests for community funds will be reviewed by the Foundation’s Proactive Committee throughout the year. The Foundation’s Board of Trustees will act on committee recommendations on a regular basis.