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From all of us at the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation, thank you! It’s our donors who ensure the community gets the care it needs. We appreciate each and every one of you!

From all of us at the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation, thank you! It’s our donors who ensure the community gets the care it needs. We appreciate each and every one of you!

Other Ways You Can Give

Love where you live and support the causes that are important to you with a gift to the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation. Donations can start creating a philanthropic legacy now with an outright gift or later with a planned gift.

Donate

Support an existing Grand Haven Area Community Foundation fund that you care about.

Start a Fund

Establish a fund that serves the charitable causes you’re most passionate about.

Leave a Legacy

Achieve your long-term philanthropic goals with a planned gift to the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR ANNUAL REPORT ONLINE OR DOWNLOAD THE PDF HERE.

Community Impact Stories

Community Foundation Week

Community foundations represent one of the fastest-growing forms of philanthropy. Every state in the United States is home to at least one community foundation—large and small, urban and rural—working to advance solutions on a wide range of social issues. They build and strengthen communities in a multitude of ways, including providing the means for a wide range of donors to create permanent funds to positively impact lives

Honoring Our Past and Present Trustees

As a nonprofit organization, our Board of Trustees serves as our governing body and provides invaluable guidance and vision for all areas of our work. When they complete their commitment, they are given the title Trustee Emeritus, defined as a past board member. While no longer voting members, our Trustees Emeritus continue to act as ambassadors for the community foundation throughout the region.

FAFSA: More Than Just Financial Aid

FAFSA is the federal form that college students complete to determine their eligibility for federal grants, scholarships, work-study opportunities, and loans. Living in Northwest Ottawa County, when I talk with families about completing the FAFSA, I often hear, “We won’t get any assistance so we aren’t completing the FAFSA.”

It doesn’t matter what your income is—completing the FAFSA is imperative for many reasons.

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