Michigan Grants


Arcus Foundation 
The Arcus Foundation lends special emphasis to programs and organizations which recognize that members of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) community deserve to be welcomed and celebrated. Located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the Arcus Foundation devotes many of its philanthropic resources to improving the quality of life in Southwestern Michigan. The Arcus Great Apes Fund – The Arcus Great Apes Fund supports conservation efforts that prom...
www.arcusfoundation.org


Albion Community Foundation 
The mission of the Albion Community Foundation is to enhance the quality of life in the Greater Albion area, now and for generations to come, by promoting philanthropy, building a permanent community endowment, addressing community needs through grant making, and providing leadership on key community issues.
www.albionfoundation.org


Alden and Vada Dow Family Foundations 
The mission of the Alden and Vada Dow Family Foundations is to enhance the quality of life, primarily in the state of Michigan, through the funding of programs in the areas of the arts, the environment, education, health and human services, and youth programs. First time applicants that meet the eligibility requirements are asked to submit a request in writing outlining their proposal before sending a formal grant request using our Grant Guidelines. Geogra...
www.avdowfamilyfoundation.org/


Alger Regional Community Foundation 
The Community Foundation provides financial support through grants to qualified tax–exempt organizations for projects aimed at solving community problems or enhancing life in the county. Grants are made in the field of cultural arts, community service, education, the environment and conservation, health and human services, youth and scholarships.
www.algercounty.com/communityfounda...


Allegan County Community Foundation - Michigan 
The mission of the Allegan County Community Foundation (ACCF) is to provide the means for donors to make a lasting impact on Allegan County through the establishment and growth of endowed funds. These funds are used to address the ever–changing social, cultural, educational, and recreational needs of county residents, through grants distributed to nonprofit agencies serving Allegan County.
www.alleganfoundation.org


Allen Foundation 
The Allen Foundation located in Midland, Michigan, funds projects that primarily benefit programs for human nutrition in the areas of health, education, training, and research. In certain circumstances, the Foundation will consider requests from the following: hospitals or medical clinics; social, religious, fraternal, or community organizations; private foundations; and K–12 public, parochial or private schools.
www.allenfoundation.org/


Americana Foundation 
The Americana Foundation was established by Adolph H. Meyer and Ginger Meyer to support, through philanthropy, their varied personal interests. Their success in industry and their interest in agriculture and the protection of urban open space, combined with their deep knowledge of and appreciation for authentic American art, have been the guiding focus for the programs of the foundation. The purpose of the Americana Foundation is to support educational and...
www.americanafoundation.org/


Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation 
The General Grantmaking Program supports a broad array of projects focusing on education, human services, the environment, seniors, arts and culture, community development, or health and wellness. Targeted Grantmaking Programs (Youth Council, African American Endowment Fund, Anna Botsford Bach Fund for Seniors, Healthy Youth/Healthy Seniors Fund and the Ypsilanti Area Community Fund) focus on a general field of interest.
www.aaacf.org


Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo 
Supports, promotes and funds the arts in Kalamazoo County. Our members include arts organizations, individual artists and arts lovers. We accomplish our mission through a variety of programs.
www.kazooart.org/


Ayrshire Foundation 
Originally broad in its mission, the foundation has gradually focused its funding in five areas: opportunities for youth; science and the environment; healthcare; services for the elderly and disabled; and community culture. Geographic focus: Preference is given to organizations located in the following areas: Pasadena, San Francisco, and Sonoma, California; Petoskey/Harbor Springs, Michigan.
www.ayrshirefoundation.org


 

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