Community Foundation of St. Clair County



The Community Foundation of St. Clair County is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping its donors achieve their individual charitable and philanthropic goals through the creation, management and administration of permanently endowed funds.


Much like planting a tree, by creating a fund or giving to our existing endowment funds, you are helping to plant a seed for future generations, building a source of strength for our community and creating an opportunity for growth and prosperity to be reproduced in the lives of others.


Web Address

www.stclairfoundation.org

Social Media Links

Twitter - @GiveLocalMi

Community Foundation Background


  

Recent News from Community Foundation of St. Clair County


Failed retiree takes on Wrigley Center development project in downtown Port Huron
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

The Community Foundation of St. Clair County then made a loan of $350,000 that will be forgiven if certain milestones are met over the next...more

St. Clair County news briefs: Algonac/Clay Community Fund announces availability of grants, more
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

The purpose of the fund, which was established in 2004, is to provide an endowment fund through the Community Foundation of St. Clair County...more

Resident spearheads launch of St. Clair Police Foundation
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

Gillis's ultimate goal is to have the Community Foundation of St. Clair County manage the police foundation. "We want to become part of that...more

Local non-profit preps the debut of a micro-grant program for St. Clair County entrepreneurs
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

The Community Foundation of St. Clair County gifted the organization $2,000 to fund the grants. An entrepreneur herself, Kanchan Wankhede serves...more

Local non-profit readies launch of micro-grant program for St. Clair County entrepreneurs
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

The Community Foundation of St. Clair County gifted the organization $2,000 to fund the grants. An entrepreneur herself, Kanchan Wankhede...more

A conduit to tourism and downtown development: The Bridge to Bay Trail receives major funding ...
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

"That's a really exciting part of this phase," Randy Maiers, president & CEO of the Community Foundation of St. Clair County, says in a statement. “A...more

Entrepreneur finds niche with golf gloves, accessories
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

... Underground, a co-working space and business incubator in downtown Port Huron funded in part by the Community Foundation of St. Clair...more

County takes steps to protect parks from erosion
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

A wall of stone was installed by the Community Foundation of St. Clair County. In September 2019, daily care and maintenance on the site...more

Great Gatsby Gala proceeds to help Algonac, Clay Township community
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

The Great Gatsby Gala is coming back for its second year in an effort to help out the community through scholarships and grants. The event, which...more

Great Gatsby Gala proceeds to help Algonac, Clay Township community
Foundation: Community Foundation of St. Clair County

14 at Fred Quandt VFW Post 3901 in Algonac, is organized by the Algonac/Clay Community Foundation. The evening will include a dinner buffet...more



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