The Chelsea Community Foundation is a permanent community endowment that exists to support community needs and improve life for the residents of Chelsea, Michigan. Guided by an advisory committee of civic leaders who give generously of their time and resources, it has invested more than $1.25 million in local nonprofits since it was established in 1995. Two new members, Matthew A. Doan and Howard S. Holmes II, were recently welcomed to the advisory committee. For more information about supporting the Chelsea Community Foundation or applying for grants, visit chelseafound.org.
The Community Foundation for Livingston County has been providing leadership in identifying and addressing community needs since 1991. The foundation has established 18 funds to recognize individuals and businesses in Livingston County, growing its endowment to more than $1.1 million. The Livingston advisory committee, which is responsible for fund development and oversight of grant applications and awards, was recently joined by two additional civic leaders, Daniel E. Danosky and Mitch Lipon. For more information about the Community Foundation for Livingston County, please visit livingstonfound.org.