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The Hillsdale County Community Foundation (HCCF) is pleased to announce two “Lunch and Learn” opportunities for local non-profit organizations. On Thursday, February 9, the Foundation will present a workshop entitled Marketing in Hillsdale County and on Thursday, February 16, the topic will be Fund Raising vs. Fund Development. These workshops will assist local non-profit agencies in developing strategic positioning of their organizations in order to sustain and grow resources and build relationships with the community.

If any Hillsdale County non-profit 501(c)(3), educational or governmental organization is interested in attending.  We ask that you register using the following link: https://forms.gle/6wBiYRDr4FHRDVr56.  The workshops will be held Thursday, February 9, and Thursday, February 16, at the Hillsdale County Community Foundation Office 2 South Howell Street in Hillsdale, from noon – 1 p.m.  Please register online at least 24 hours in advance and bring your own lunch to the workshop.

HCCF Celebrates 30 Years

About Us

1991

Founded

$25 M

Endowed Assets

$13.75M

Grants & Scholarships

6,000

Donors and Counting

The Hillsdale County Community Foundation is a non-profit organization that…

  • Provides GRANT OPPORTUNITIES to meet the needs of our families, elderly, and youth populations.

  • Provides SCHOLARSHIPS to Hillsdale County area graduating seniors and residents pursuing their dreams of a higher education.

  • Provides YOUTH LEADERSHIP TRAINING through grant making and community service opportunities.

  • Offers a comprehensive PLANNED GIVING PROGRAM aimed at meeting your philanthropic intentions.

  • Provides the highest level of COMMUNITY ACCOUNTABILITY ensuring your gift is handled according to your wishes.

    2022 Scholarship Winners

    HCCF is pleased to announce the 2022 scholarship recipients. Congratulations to the Class of 2022 and all of our scholarship winners!

    Grants

     

    The Hillsdale County Community Foundation offers several opportunities throughout the year to apply for grant funding. General applications are due November and May 1st each year, while youth grants are due November and April 1st.

    Identifying and Addressing Community Needs

     

     The HCCF recently completed a community scan to identify the most pressing needs in Hillsdale County, and to learn more about our residents.

    News

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