Designated Purpose Funds
To provide grants in support of the Wounded Warrior Project.
To finance an annual Alan D. Groom Award to a student of the Midland High School.
Combination of Arts Midland: Galleries and School Endowment Fund (378) & Hall of Ideas Endowment Fund (381).
The Animal Assistance Endowment Fund is a designated fund that supports the spaying or neutering of animals adopted from the Humane Society of Midland County, as well as helping HSoMC with the cost of spaying or neutering of pets already owned by residents of limited income in Midland County.
To provide grant dollars to the City of Midland to maintain the sculpture by Neil Goodman, the Parducci mural, four bronze plaques, and to provide for the general care and maintenance of the surrounding garden and the Ned S. Arbury Park.
To provide grants in support of the Arnold Center's annual ice cream social for their participants.
To provide grants to support maintenance and capital expenditures in connection with the children's park owned by the city of Midland and known as Hintz Park.
Supports the mission and operations of the Beaverton Public Schools to provide students a quality education and the skills necessary to be competent, productive, and contributing members of society.
To serve needy people as well as physically and mentally challenged children and adults through the Probate Court.
Support nonprofit and public organizations who are striving to continue, expand, sustain and/or launch new programs that address the needs of Clare County youth ages 0-18 and their families.
To support the mission of the Bullock Creek School DistrictL to provide effective schools and to educate all students in identified essential competencies, enabling students to become contributing members of society.
Provide vocational training for the students of the Bullock Creek School District.
Provide financial support to ensure the facilities at Camp Neyati are able to meet to mission of the Midland Camping Council, which is to provide facilities for nonprofit organizations to enjoy the experience of nature in Michigan promote outdoor education and offer camping enjoyment to the people of Midland County.
Provide grants to support this following mission: The Music Society of the Midland Center for the Arts is a premier, voluntary musical arts organization serving Mid-Michigan.
Provide grants to support the following mission: The mission of the Theatre Guild is to provide the community with education and participation opportunities in Live Theatre and our audiences with an excellent theatre experience.
To provide grant dollars to the City of Midland for the general care and maintenance of the Central Park Band Shell, its adjacent pavilion and pathways connected to the band shell and pavilion in addition to other aspects of these areas.
To provide for the development and construction of the Central Park Pavilion.
Supports the mission and operations of the Chemical City Band.
Support the capital maintenance of the Chippewa Trail where you can walk, run, bike or skate to and from Chippewa Nature Center and downtown Midland at the Tridge on this 3.7 mile, non-motorized paved pathway.
Support the work of the Youth Advisory Committee in Clare County in accordance with the guidelines and expectations of the CMF and WK Kellogg Foundation.
Supports the mission of the Clare Public Schools to provide students quality education and the skills necessary to be competent, productive, and contributing members of society.
To provide grants in support of orchestral music programs in the Midland (MI) Public Schools.
To provide an opportunity for elementary through high school age students, through school groups, sports teams and service clubs, affiliated with a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization or public or private school district, to earn grant funding for priority projects through volunteerism.
To eliminate domestic and sexual violence by providing advocacy, education, and shelter for people in Midland and Gladwin Counties.
To provide grants in support of projects for and enhancements to Currie Golf Course.
Provide grants in support of the annual drive for the Midland Center for the Arts.
Provide grants in support of the annual fund drive for the United Way of Midland County.
To support the operations and maintenance of the Pinecrest Farms, an adult foster care facility owned by Midland County.
To provide grants to each Catholic school located in the City of Midland to assist with tuition for one of their students based upon need as determined by the school.
To provide annual grants to Family Life Radio of Midland, Michigan.
To provide annual grants to the Midland County Habitat for Humanity of Midland, Michigan.
To provide annual grants to the Salvation Army of Midland, Michigan.
Provide grants in support of the participation of the Members of the Business Professional of America and the Distributive Education Clubs of America in competition at all levels.
The mission is to support the development of a memorial project with the dual purposes of 1) honoring Jim Ayre, Rod and Brad Burnside, and Howard Swift, local citizens and duck hunters who lost their lives in a hunting accident in November of 1995, and 2) offering the general public the opportunity to enjoy duck habitat and nature in the same way it has been enjoyed by duck hunters since the beginnings of the sport.
Established in memory of Leslie E. Stuart who was the Eastlawn Elementary School art teacher who passed away in 2011 after a lengthy battle with lymphoma.
To advance and promote educational experience for Eastlawn students at all ability levels.
To provide for the maintenance of aesthetic improvements to certain entranceways and corridors within and around the City of Midland as originally developed by the Entranceways Initiative Task Force.
To provide for: 1) the Ernest R. Britton Humanities Award (in support of the Dow Corning Corporation Winter Art Card Contest at Arts Midland: Galleries and School) 2) the Ernest R. Britton Humanities Award (in support of substitute teacher costs and a small supplies stipend, so a regular humanities teacher-from one of the following public school districts: Midland, Coleman, Bullock Creek, Meridian, and the Midland County Educational Service Agency-may be released as often as every other year to participate in Rotary International's Group Study Exchange) 3) the Ernest and Martha Britton Memorial Scholarship. The availability of appropriate funds will determine the amount that can be afforded these opportunities in a particular year.
To provide students a quality education and the skills necessary to be competent, productive and contributing members of society.
Provide annual grants to the Council for scouting needs in Midland County, Michigan.
Provide annual grants to the First United Methodist church of Midland, Michigan.
Provide annual grants to the King's Daughters Home of Midland, Michigan for its general corporate purposes.
Provide annual grants to the Salvation Army of Midland, Michigan for its charitable uses among needy families in Midland County, Michigan.
Annually provide opportunities to residents of Midland County, Michigan to attend Interlochen. Financial need will not be a consideration in the selection of the recipients of this award.
Supports the mission and general corporate purposes of Eagle Village, Inc.
To provide for the long-term continuation of the Fun Zone.
To provide monies to Pinecrest Farms, a home for the elderly or infirm, an agency of the County of Midland, for specific needs of that institution as listed in the fund agreement.
To provide grants in support of the indigent aged and indigent children of Midland County, with the Midland Area Community Foundation to have full power and discretion given in determining the beneficiaries of such grants, which beneficiaries may include The King's Daughters and Sons of Midland, Incorporated.
The purpose of this fund is to provide grants in support of Teenage Musicals Inc.
To provide a means of recognizing the long-standing commitment of Carl and Esther Gerstacker to the Midland community, in the form of a bronze sculpture of Mr. and Mrs. Gerstacker to be located in the riverfront area of Midland.
To provide special purpose grants to the King's Daughters Home as determined by its Board.
To ensure that aging holiday decorations owned by the Midland Foundation, and used on the Courthouse lawn and façade, are maintained in good repair.
To establish a memorial, the Gladys I. Lake Assistant Concert Master Chair with the Midland Symphony Orchestra.
To provide for the design, development, and renovation of the Surrey House as the new location for the Harrison District Library.
To provide equal annual grant distributions in support of the Midland County Council on Aging and the Visiting Nurse Association of Midland.
For the creation of new activities or the expansion of existing prevention services that increase housing stability and permanency for at-risk households.
Provide grants in support of the Midland County Michigan State University (MSU) Extension Programs in its endeavor to provide practical, research-based information and educational programs to help residents meet local needs and respond to emerging issues in a timely fashion.
To provide annual distributions (grants) to nonprofit organizations.
The mission of The Jefferson Music Parents Endowment Fund is to provide grants in support of the Jefferson Music Parents.
To provide grants in support of medical expenses, research and education in the area of children's cancer, adolescent diabetes and adult and adolescent Multiple Sclerosis to benefit the citizens of Clare County.
To provide camp opportunities through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Midland County for children who would otherwise be unable to take part in a camp experience.
Supports creation of new activities or the expansion of existing services that increase housing stability and permanency for at-risk households.
To provide grants to help expand the number of students involved in Midland Public School high school athletics by providing assistance with activity fees for students whose families struggle to afford these fees.
To provide grants that will ultimately benefit high school and middle school students in the Midland Public Schools through the pursuit of two critical objectives: 1) improve the quality and inspiration level of their education, and 2) help individuals to develop relationships and techniques they can use to overcome life challenges.
To provide grants to the King's Daughters Home as needed to care for the gardens and grounds surrounding the facility.
To provide grants in support of improvements, enhancements and maintenance of the Laur Big Salt River Park.
To provide grants in support of activities and projects benefitting people in the Village of Sanford.
Provide annual grants in equal amounts to the three main musical organizations within the Midland Center for the Arts: The Music Society, Community Concerts & Midland Symphony Orchestra.
To provide grants to Midland High School student athletes that need assistance with "pay to play" as well as for out of pocket expenses related to the sport such as clothing, equipment, medical physical etc.
Provide financial support for training programs, presenters, and conference attendance for member of the Board of Trustees of the Midland Area Community Foundation.
Provide grants to support the following mission, purpose and objective: The purpose of MATRIX:MIDLAND FESTIVAL shall be to encourage creativity of the highest level in the arts, sciences, humanities and all aspects of their interrelationships, principally by sponsoring a festival featuring performances, lectures, exhibits, commission works, educational offerings and other related events of the highest quality.
Provides for the continuation of 4-part male vocal music in the local area by supporting the Men of Music.
Supports the missions of the Meridian Public Schools to create and support a responsive learning environment, educating all students for the workplace and lifelong learning.
Provide grants in support of education and research by Resident Physicians in Anesthesiology programs (M.D. and D.O.) in the state of Michigan.
Supports the mission of the Mid Michigan Community Action Agency to empower low income persons to become more self-sufficient by providing them with the resources, skills, knowledge, and motivation to improve their economic condition and develop strong family, social and community interactions.
Supports the missions of Mid-Michigan Industries to provide jobs and training for persons with barriers to employment.
Provide grants to support the following mission: The Midland Center for the Arts provides facilities, staff and other resources for the education and entertainment of, and inspiration for, the people of Midland and the mid-Michigan region through the presentation, sponsorship and support for performances, exhibitions and cultural activities in the arts, sciences and humanities in partnership with its member groups.
To provide for the confined audience program and the senior citizen's Christmas parties programs.
To support the mission of the Midland Community Center to provide affordable and quality recreational and self-development services to area resident adults who are fifty years of age or older.
Supports the mission and operations of the Midland Community Orchestra.
Supports the mission of the Midland Community Tennis Center to serve a diverse community that enjoys tennis in a highly optimized facility.
The Midland County Council on Aging is committed to serving the community by enabling residents 60 years of age and older to achieve their highest levels of independence, quality of life, and dignity. The mission of the fund is to assist in facility maintenance and provide funding for the work of the council.
Provide grants for support services for identified needs of indigent families and children.
Supports the mission and operations of the Drug Court program.
To provide grants in support of community-wide medical health initiatives with a priority given to at-risk or low-income residents within Midland County.
To support the maintenance and amenities of that portion of the Pere Marquette Rail-Trail of Mid-Michigan which is owned by Midland County.
To provide a fun and educational leadership program for selected Midland County high school students to network with peers, develop leadership skills, and learn about their surroundings to be better prepared for involvement within their community.
To provide grants in support of the general care, maintenance and improvements of the Junior/Senior Little League fields or related supporting infrastructure in Midland County.
The fund is intended to support neighborhood needs/projects that bring neighbors together to improve the community and become neighbors in the process.
Supports the missions of the Midland Soccer Club to provide increasing opportunities for soccer players of all ages in the Midland area.
To provide monies to support the development and maintenance of the Midland Soccer Complex.
To further educational, economic, medical and community development in the third world grants to U.S. based charities that in turn provide support to mission groups serving third world countries.
To provide grants in support of excellence in cardiothoracic research and clinical care and to enhance the ability of the Michigan Society of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons to conduct its educational program in the state of Michigan.
To provide grants in support of the mission of the Midland Area Community Foundation, to benefit the citizens of Midland and Gladwin counties.
To provide grants to United Way member agencies for special program and/or equipment needs.
To provide for the design, development and construction of the Pere Marquette Rail Trail sculptures which will serve as a tool to generate interest in the study of astrology, science, and mathematics.
To establish a memorial, the Phoebe Barstow Principal Cellist Chair with the Midland Symphony Orchestra.
Provide funding for Midland Public School High School students who may not otherwise afford such expenses as private voice lessons, fine arts camp for voice, vocal music competition expenses, etc.
To provide grants in support of the Chippewa Nature Center, Michigan Audubon Society and King's Daughters Home on an equal basis annually.
To provide grants to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clare to support the needs of children residing in Clare County and their sponsor (no residency required) to enable those children to participate in activities that they might not otherwise be able to enjoy.
To recognize one member of the Midland County Sheriffs' Department and one member of the Midland City Police Department for excellence in marksmanship.
Fund to support annual Riverdays Festival.
To provide for a fireworks display each year at RIVERDAYS.
To provide for the enrichment and well being of the residents of Riverside Place.
Provide grants in support of awards recognizing the lives and work of Robert and Barbara Stoppert.
To provide grants in support of the operation of Floyd School.
Provide grants to the Chippewa Nature Center in support of its Day Camp program and on behalf of the Little Garden Club.
To establish a memorial, the Ruth D. Stenger String Bass Chair with the Midland Symphony Orchestra.
To provide grants for the purpose of support to photography education at the Midland Center for the Arts to honor Mr. Jones' contribution to photographic art and to enhance the program which he initiated, led and so assiduously nurtured for the past 30 years.
To provide support for the work of PAWS WITH A CAUSE organization-training Assistance Dogs for people with disabilities, providing lifetime team support which encourages independence, and promoting awareness through education.
To provide grants to benefit residents of Midland County who cannot afford the cost of providing primary care for their family pet.
To provide for long term funding for the Access to Recreation Initiative.
Supports the mission and activities of the Gladwin Economic Development Corporation.
To support/engage in research that identifies key issues affecting student success in grades K-12.
To provide for improvements and enhancements to the proposed Averill Trailhead Park for the Midland County Parks and Recreation Department.
To support the development, maintenance and operation of the Santa House of Midland.
To provide grants in support of a Percussion Chair for the Midland Symphony Orchestra of the Midland Center for the Arts.
To provide grant dollars to the City of Midland for the care, maintenance and ultimate replacement of the Tridge and for the care, maintenance and enhancement of its immediate environment.
Supports the mission of "responsible volunteers enhancing the opportunity of the people of Clare County to care for one another."
Non-endowed invested in the endowed pool. Will become Unrestricted Endowed after the last year of distributions.
To provide grants in support of the development and maintenance of the Whiting Overlook Park.