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.
This Blonde Scholarship was created in thanksgiving for the caring and supportive members of the Imlay City Community. The Blondes were raised in Imlay City, graduated from the public schools, attended Sacred Heart Catholic Church and were given many opportunities […]
After meeting each other in biology class, Ron and Marghe (Schultz) continued on to graduate together from Romeo High School in the late 1960’s. After high school Ron earned a B.S. degree in Materials Science and Engineering followed by a […]
The Lapeer County 4-H and FFA Swine Show took place in a new arena purchased with financial support from the Four County Community Foundation, the Lapeer County Community Foundation, the Monsanto Growing Communities Foundation and business, individual and 4-H Club […]