Press Releases on Fund Use and Recipients

$104,586 Awarded for 2022 Summer Grant Cycle

The Foundation awarded $104,586 during its Summer 2022 grant cycle.  We thank all applicants for their time in applying.  Click here for a list of grants that were awarded.

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$94,172 Awarded for 2022 Spring Grant Cycle

The Foundation awarded $94,172 during its Spring 2022 grant cycle.  We thank all applicants for their time in applying.  Click here for a list of grants that were awarded.

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$76,213 Awarded for 2021 Fall Grant Cycle

The Foundation awarded $76,213 during its Fall 2021 grant cycle.  We thank all applicants for their time in applying.  Click here for a list of grants that were awarded.

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$68,227 Awarded During 2021 Summer Grant Cycle

The Foundation awarded $68,227 during its Summer 2021 grant cycle.  We thank all applicants for their time in applying.  Click here for a list of grants that were awarded.

Gratiot County Community Foundation Reaches Milestone

$6 Million in Grant Dollars at work in Gratiot County!  Thank you to all of our donors.  You made this possible with every dollar donated.  Read the article here.

Veterans History Project at the Library of Congress

Sixteen juniors and seniors from Ithaca High School participated in a unique project funded through the Foundation

Beebe Beef Blanket
Project

Ten members of the Beebe Beef 4-H Club used a Foundation grant to produce 60 fleece blankets for the Oncology Center and pediatric unit at Gratiot Medical Center.

Blooming Friendships
Project

Kindergarteners from Carrie Knause Early Chilhood Learning Center in St. Louis used a Foundation grant for their Blooming Friendships project.

Over $54,000 Awarded in Spring 2019 Grant Cycle

GCCF awarded $54,834.60 during the Spring 2019 Grant Cycle. We thank all applicants for their time in applying. Alma District Fire Department received $7266 for the purchase of a dive and water rescue trailer; Alma Public Schools received $1000 for the Project PAWS childhood hunger program; Ashley Community Schools received $548 to acquire technology for…