Foundation News

Grant Applications Now Being Accepted- Deadline April 102-Oct-2014

The Marshall Community Foundation’s deadline for submitting a grant application is Wednesd..

Spring deadline for Enrichment Scholarships for Students and Educators is April 1.27-Aug-2014

The Marshall Community Foundation has announced the offering of Enrichment Scholarship opportunities..

Spring deadline set for Scholarships offered to adults.09-Apr-2014

The Marshall Community Foundation is pleased to offer scholarships for students pursuing additio..

Foundation Office Closed April 3, 201525-Mar-2013

The Foundation Office will be closed April 3, 2015 in observance of Good Friday. The Office will be..


The Marshall Community Foundation successfully meets the National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations administered by the Council on Foundations in Washington D.C. National Standards represents the highest measure of accountability and transparency in philanthropy.

The Marshall Community Foundation (MCF) is a non-profit (501(c)(3)) dedicated to improving the quality of life in Marshall, the surrounding area, and Calhoun County.  The Foundation is unique.  It is a permanent, yet flexible, collection of endowment funds, established by people from all walks of life who want to give back.  The principal of these funds remains intact forever.  However, a percentage of the interest and earnings generated annually is invest back into the community.  This is done in the form of GRANTS that tackle today's needs & tomorrow's challenges.

A charitable vehicle which accepts, invests, and distributes resources according to donors' intentions for the benefit of the community.

A convener of members, resources, and ideas of the community in order to confer and take effective action on demanding local issues.

A grantmaker for Marshall and Calhoun County nonprofits in the areas of art s, community development, education and scholarship assistance, and health and human services... truly a community of donors.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Marshall Community Foundation is to
help make the Marshall area an even better place to live, work
and raise a family.

We do this by attracting permanently endowed funds
from a wide range of donors, serving as a conduit for special projects, distribution of grants
in support of innovative
programs, while always
being mindful to carry
out the intention
of the donors.

614 Homer Road • Marshall, MI 49068 • Phone 269.781.2273 • Fax 269.781.9747 • www.marshallcf.org • email: info@marshallcf.org
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