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Marshall Community Foundation Awards over $300,000 this fiscal year.






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.

Marshall Community Foundation Awards over $300,000 this fiscal year.

16-Jan-2019 The Marshall Community Foundation awarded $308,631 to area non-profits during its 2017-18 fiscal year through its unrestricted grant-making programs.

“When you make a contribution to the Foundation’s Fund for Marshall or Marshall Youth Fund, you are actually supporting the work of countless area non-profits,” said Shannon Tiernan, the Foundation’s Executive Director. “The Foundation’s unrestricted grant making efforts touch every corner of our community – from the arts to education, the environment to youth and seniors, health and human services to community development. This is all made possible through the generosity of our donors.”

Donations earmarked for the Fund for Marshall or Marshall Youth Fund are endowed, meaning they will impact the Marshall community forever. For more information about the Foundation’s endowments or to make a donation to either of these funds, contact the Foundation at (269) 781-2273, info@marshallcf.org or visit www.marshallcf.org and click on “Donate Now” to make a gift today.

Nine local organizations received funding in the 4th quarter:

City of Marshall/Ketchum Park $25,000
Millrace Pavilion

Haven of Rest Ministries $10,000
Renovation of Building Facade

Wilder Creek Conservation Club $5,900
AED & Accessible Handicap Parking

Great Escape Stage Company $5,000
Renovation of Back Stage

MPS/Marshall High School $3,000
Chromebooks

Heritage Commons $750
Aging Program

City of Marshall/Marshall Rotary Band $700
Music Stands

Eastend Studio & Gallery $500
Art on the Avenue

YAC/Recycling $337


Ten organizations received funding in the 3rd quarter:

Marshall Public Schools $25,000
Emergency Operations Plan

Marshall Academy $25,000
Gym Floor Renovation

Brass Band of Battle Creek $15,000
Youth Brass Band Camp

City of Marshall/Police Department $10,000
Radar Speed Signs

Battle Creek Habitat of Humanity $5,000
Ramps at Marshall Homes

Mary Marshall Chapter of DAR $4,975
Residing of Wall at Governor’s Mansion

City of Albion $3,000
Albion/Marshall Connector

City of Marshall/Police Department $2,400
Safe Exchange Zone

St. Thomas Episcopal Church $2,000
Youth Music Program

Marshall Academy $750
Junior/Senior Trip

Mar Lee School $750
Garden Club

Marshall Academy $750
Forever A Brother Program

YAC/ Recycling $578

YAC/Dollar for Deeds $300


Fifteen organizations received funding in the 2nd quarter:

City of Marshall/Rec. Dept. $25,000
Renovation of the Athletic Field on Michigan Ave.

MAEDA/Holiday Decorations $25,000
Artificial Garland and Replace Existing Incandescent Bulbs with LED

Fountain Clinic $16,000
Support for Doctor and Hospital Costs

S.A.F.E. Place Shelter $10,000
Support for Domestic Violence Victims and Families

Eastend Studio & Gallery $10,000
Support for Art Education & Other Programs

MSU Extension Calhoun County 4-H $5,500
Support for Creative and Expressive Arts

City of Marshall/Marshall Area Conservation Committee $5,000
Provide Trees for MACC to Plant in the City

Calhoun Intermediate School District $5,000
Support for SPLASH Nutrition Program

MCCT/Franke Center for the Arts $4,019
Provide Office Equipment and Technical Support

Fern Persons Elementary School $3,529
Purchase Equipment for Music Program

Marshall District Library $3,000
Provide for Newspaper Digitization

Crossroads Church & Ministries $750
Support for Human Trafficking Conference

Mar Lee School $750
Assistance for Startup of Robotics Program

Starr Commonwealth $750
Support for Weekend Food Program at Harrington Elementary

YAC/Recycling $578

Calhoun County Senior Services $250
Senior Fair


Nine organizations received funding for the 1st quarter:

MCCT $10,300

Children’s Theater

Starr Commonwealth $10,000

Resilient Communities

City of Marshall $7,500

Welcome Signs

Irving Gilmore Keyboard Festival $5,000

Festival at Marshall High School

Make A Wish Foundation $5,000

Wish granting

City of Marshall $4,050

Technology Upgrades

City of Marshall $1,200

Rotary Band 220 amp Improvement at Stuart’s Landing

Charitable Union $1,000

Marketing & Clothing

Marshall Academy $750

Cheer Team

Fountain Clinic $614

Advertising

YAC/Recycling $578


YAC/Plant the Promise $72

 

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Marshall Community Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to improving quality of life in Marshall, and throughout Calhoun County. The Foundation holds permanently endowed funds from a range of donors, and serves as a conduit for special projects and the distribution of grants in support of innovative programs. For more information about the Foundation, visit www.marshallcf.org. 


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