Foundation News

Marshall Community Foundation Launches Local COVID-19 Response Efforts 17-Apr-2020

The Marshall Community Foundation Board of Trustees launched a three-part plan to assist local chari..


What is YAC? The Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is a permanent, standing committee of the Marshall..

Spring deadlines for Scholarships offered to adults.01-Dec-2019

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

Marshall Community Foundation Awards Grants to Area Agencies26-Mar-2019

MARSHALL, Mich.—The Marshall Community Foundation awarded $74,400 to area non-profit agenc..


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 health and well-being of our employees and the Community we serve is of the utmost importance to the Marshall Community Foundation. So, effective immediately, and in adherence with Governor Whitmore’s stay-at-home executive order, the Marshall Community Foundation office will be closed through Monday, April 13.

Though the physical office is closed, the work of the Foundation continues. If you have questions needing immediate attention, we ask that you email us at info@marshallcf.org. You can also call us at (269) 275-9075, as we will periodically check voicemail. We are also happy to connect virtually with members of our community.

We wish you all the best, and look forward to seeing you in person again soon.***

Humanitarian, enterprising, charitable, big-hearted, compassionate, altruistic, visionary… Call them what you will, but the Marshall Community Foundation was built on the generosity of people just like you.

People who are dedicated to improving the quality of life in Marshall and our surrounding communities.

Our Family of Funds – which total nearly 160 endowed and non-endowed funds – touch every corner of the community. From the arts to the environment, education to community development, human services to social services… the Foundation – in conjunction with people just like you – made a $743,717 impact last year through a series of grants and scholarships.

How might you join us in impacting our community? Learn more about:

Leaving a legacy by starting a fund.

Applying for a grant.

Supporting a local cause by making a donation (every dollar counts)

Or applying for a scholarship.

Volunteering for the Marshall Community Foundation

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The Marshall Community Foundation is a 501(c)3.  Peruse our website, or contact us today at (269) 781-2273 or via email at info@marshallcf.org for more information.

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.

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