Foundation unveils new Promise Fund All kindergarteners get savings account BY STEVEN KOVAC – SANILAC COUNTY NEWS 810-452-2684 • The Sanilac County Community Foundation has a message for every child in the county: “We believe in you.” And the foundation has put its money where its mouth is. The foundation’s executive director, Melissa Anderson, announced… Read More

The Wendy Juhl Memorial Fund, was established as a place where friends and family could leave gifts in memory of their dear friend who was a graduate of Carsonville-Port Sanilac High School. This fund will be purposed as a scholarship in honor of Wendy’s passion for life and creativity. Wendy Marie Juhl, age 37, formerly of… Read More

The Sanilac County Community Foundation (SCCF) will be holding a grant seminar on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM, at Liberty Lanes in Sandusky, in preparation for their spring grant round.   If your non-profit organization has ever needed money for a community project and wondered where you might be able to… Read More

This scholarship has been created by family and friends, to commemorate the life of Daniel James Brabant. Dan was a graduate from Carsonville-Port Sanilac High School. He graduated with Honors from Michigan State University with a degree in Business and Economics and was an avid bow hunter, weight lifter, and Michigan State Fan. Click Here… Read More

  This year, over $90,000 in scholarships are available for Sanilac County graduating seniors. These funds will be granted to deserving students to fulfill their educational dreams thanks, in part, to the donors of the Sanilac County Community Foundation. The Community Foundation has more than 65 scholarship funds, established by donors who are committed to… Read More

January 24, 2017

The Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that $15,400 in combined grants were given to the following entities. Hunter Hospitality House, Croswell Food Truck, Sandusky Community Schools, Sanilac Career Center Baja Team, Marlette VFW Post 4837, Sandusky High School Drama Club, Peck Community Schools, Stone Soup Food Bank, Sandusky Community Schools Robotics Team… Read More

The Sanilac County Community Foundation announces that Megan Maul, 2016 graduate of Croswell–Lexington High School, is one of this year’s recipients of the Kent and Lucille Freeland Scholarship. During high school, Megan was a member of the National Honor Society, for which she volunteered in the community doing numerous activities, such as collecting food for… Read More

The Sanilac County Community Foundation announces that Kersten Wood, 2016 graduate of Brown City High School, is this year’s recipients of the Carol A. Crake Scholarship. Kersten is the daughter of Kevin and Kelly Wood.  She was involved in National Honor Society, student council, varsity volleyball and 4-H.  Kersten will be attending Central Michigan University… Read More

The Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that Cindy Alexander graduated with honors from Carsonville-Port Sanilac High School, she was award these scholarships for her involvement in extra-curricular activities in school and her community.  She participated in basketball, softball, track, volleyball, class officer and National Honor Society member.  She was an active member… Read More

The advisory board for the Sanilac Women Who Care is planning its fourth annual event October 6, 2016 at the Lexington Village Theatre. The program will begin at 6:30 p.m., with entertainment,complimentary hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, and networking to promote favorite charities. Each year the grant amount has grown, with the 2015 event winner, Cros-Lex… Read More

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