Four County Community Foundation is dedicated to bringing together human and financial resources to support progressive ideas in education, health, and community. In all, the second-quarter competitive grants totaled over $32,600. Congratulations to the following community groups that received funds […]
During our fourth quarter competitive grant cycle, we approved grants totaling $23,138.36. These grants reflect our ongoing support of education initiatives and community improvement in the locales we serve. Our 4CCF Committee awarded six grants in the fourth quarter. A […]
Four County Community Foundation (4CCF) is committed to serving the current and emerging needs of our local residents. During our third quarter competitive grant cycle, we approved fourteen grants totaling $30,490. These grants continue our support of education initiatives, health […]
The following article is from the May 7, 2017 speech given by our Board Chairperson John Brzozowski Happy 30th Anniversary to Four County Community Foundation! In the 1950s, residents from the corners of Lapeer, Macomb, Oakland, and St. Clair Counties […]
Michigan Association of Professional Insurance Agents Scholarship A new scholarship fund has been created to promote the education of students who are pursuing careers in insurance related fields. This new fund has been established by the Michigan Association of Professional Insurance […]
Four County Community Foundation is honored to be the beneficiary of a $1.14 million gift from the Sam and Eleanor Mendola Trust. Sam and Eleanor lived in Almont and owned and operated the Almont Saddlery from 1969 until it closed […]
Our annual report to the Community for 2016, our Annual Report was replaced by our Report to the Community. Each Report to the Community includes updates on grants, funds, scholarships and financial information from the previous year.
As part of our mission, Four County Community Foundation is dedicated to bringing together human and financial resources to support progressive ideas in education, health, and community. In 2015, we supported several human services programs throughout the communities we serve. […]
Based on a presentation by John S. Bishop at the Octagon House Sesquicentennial Celebration in 2004. The story begins with Frederick Plumer Currier. Born in Vermont in 1812, he left the family farm at the age of 19 to pursue […]
Reports to the Community In 2014, our Annual Report was replaced by our Report to the Community. Each Report to the Community includes financial information from the previous year.