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For Good. For Ever.

National Senior Citizens Day recognizes seniors who have spent their lives contributing to society and have impacted everyone’s lives for the better.
The country’s foundation and stable sectors are the result of the hard work of our senior citizens and they deserve all our gratitude.
 
PORCH volunteers made a visit to their senior Friends, played some board games, enjoyed lemonade and fresh baked cookies.
One of the volunteers also brought fresh vegetables for the seniors from her garden.
 
PORCH is an initiative of Local Impact Alliance.
To volunteer for PORCH, please fill out the application.
You have to be 18 years or older, a background check and a olunteer training is needed to volunteer.

THANK YOU!

Published in PORCH News
Community Foundation of Plymouth Grants Application is now Open!!
 
The Community Foundation of Plymouth is dedicated to enriching the quality of life in the Plymouth area by providing grants to organizations that support our mission.
 
These organizations must:
- Be 501(c) public charities.
- Encourage the self-sufficiency and well-being of residents within the 48170 zip code.
- Encourage programs which are collaborative, comprehensive and have the potential to be continuous.
- Encourage leveraging and matching grant opportunities from multiple funders.
- Support "seed" money opportunities for innovative projects.
 
Community Foundation is part of Local Impact Alliance and is serving the community for over 30 years.
 

Please apply online at the link below.

Grants Application

Wednesday, 11 August 2021 18:27

PORCH volunteer visit 8-17-21

PORCH Volunteers are going to Canton Place to visit their Senior Friends and have an evening of conversation, meeting and chatting!

PORCH is a volunteer program offering it's services in Canton free of cost to the community.

PORCH recruits volunteers 18 years and older who are able to donate their time and connect with people who are socially isolated or feeling lonely.

Findings of a need assessment conducted in Canton identified social isolation and loneliness faced by seniors as number 1 issue in the community.

PORCH was created to combat the problem of social isolation and loneliness.

If you want to be part of this program please fill out an application. A background check and a volunteer training is required, both provided by organization.

PORCH application 

Published in PORCH Events
Wednesday, 04 August 2021 17:57

Farmers Market Plymouth

National Farmers Market Week
August 1-7, 2021
 
Let’s celebrate Farmers Markets! National Farmers Market Week is a great opportunity to show the nation how much value markets bring to their communities.
Beth Meade, President/CEO of Local Impact Alliance helping with sowing at Canton Historical Farm. The produce from this farm is donated to Open Door ministries.
 
Plymouth and Canton both have great Farmers Market.
 
Canton Farmers Market
500 N. Ridge Road
Canton, MI 48187Wayne
(734) 394-5375
Farmers Market Hours
Start Date: 05/09 - End Date: 10/17
Sunday : 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
 
Plymouth Community Farmers Market 2021
Saturdays, May 8 - October 23, 8am - 12:30pm
760 Penniman Avenue, Plymouth, MI 48170

https://www.plymouthmich.org/.../Plymouth-Community...

Wednesday, 04 August 2021 17:51

Farmers Market Canton

National Farmers Market Week
August 1-7, 2021
 
Let’s celebrate Farmers Markets! National Farmers Market Week is a great opportunity to show the nation how much value markets bring to their communities.
Beth Meade, President/CEO of Local Impact Alliance helping with sowing at Canton Historical Farm. The produce from this farm is donated to Open Door ministries.
 
Plymouth and Canton both have great Farmers Market.
 
Canton Farmers Market
500 N. Ridge Road
Canton, MI 48187Wayne
(734) 394-5375
Farmers Market Hours
Start Date: 05/09 - End Date: 10/17
Sunday : 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
 
Plymouth Community Farmers Market 2021
Saturdays, May 8 - October 23, 8am - 12:30pm
760 Penniman Avenue, Plymouth, MI 48170
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Wednesday, 14 July 2021 17:03

Healthy Youth and Healthy Senior Grants

Grants made for 2021 from Healthy Youth Healthy Seniors Fund at Canton Community Foundation.
 
In 2000, as a result of a national tobacco settlement, CCF was among 65 community foundations in Michigan to receive an allocation of funds to aid community efforts that support healthy youth and healthy seniors.
Past grants include support for conflict resolution and anti-bullying for youth, exercise for seniors, grief counseling, and work skills development for special needs youth.
 
This year $12,000 is granted out to the following programs:-
 
1. $5000 New Hope Center for Grief Support.
New Hope Center for Grief, $5,000 This grant would support a
summer camp for kids grieving the death of a parent, sibling,
family member or friend. The grant would help expand
capacity for this camp to be able to support 75 grieving
children.
 
2. $3500 First Step
This grant would enable First Step to install a security alarm
and camera system for the First Step Plymouth office. This
grant would support infrastructure investment for the First
Step Plymouth office, as perpetrators of domestic violence or
sexual assault can sometimes be dangerous and threatening.
 
3. $3500 Plymouth YMCA
This grant would provide aid, allowing 50 children to attend 1
week of Day Camp and support families as they return to
work. As an impact of COVID-19 more families are requesting
financial assistance due to reduced or lost income throughout
the past year.
 
 
To get more information about Granting cycle of Canton Community Foundation and recent grants, please click on the link

https://localimpactalliance.org/grants/canton-grants/

Thursday, 08 July 2021 20:24

Congratulations!!

We're proud to support our community's students and their educational endeavors by offering numerous scholarships. Our program includes financial aid opportunities for students of all ages who are at different stages in their educational pursuits, as well as a number of different areas of study.

Our online scholarship application opens in early January and remains open until mid-March.  Scholarships recipients are notified in May; and funds are sent directly to schools for the fall semester.

A description of each scholarship offered through the Community Foundation of Plymouth can be found here.

 

Scholarship   Winner
     
George Lawton/ CFCU   Evan Adamski
    Morgan Cummings
    Avery Geyer
    Kari Klavon
    Tanvi Mallya
    John Mullins
    Sydney Shanahan
    Ezekiel Snyder
    Ryan The
    Kalena Wingrove
     
Margaret Dunning/ CFCU   Lauren Atkinson
    Alyssa Ewell
    Sheldon Huff
    Justin Kurncz
    Brianna McNab
    Alison Samp
    Khyelyn Young
     
Al Berrie/ CFCU   Claire Martin
     
Ron Carlson/ CFCU   BJ Blume
    Ethan Gross
     
Dul Foundation Scholarship   Sean Bodwin
    Peter Boyer
    Stephen Derosia
    Christopher Hamman
    Sydney Shaw
    Jackson Vacca
    Alyce Krumm
Thursday, 08 July 2021 20:07

Scholarships Awarded!!

We're proud to support our community's students and their educational endeavors by offering numerous scholarships. Our program includes financial aid opportunities for students of all ages who are at different stages in their educational pursuits, as well as a number of different areas of study. 

 Our online scholarship application opens in early January and remains open until mid-March.  Scholarships recipients are notified in May; and funds are sent directly to schools for the fall semester.
 
We are pleased to announce the winners of 2021 Scholarships.
A description of each scholarship offered through the Canton Community Foundation can be read here
 
     
Scholarship   Winner
     
Barbara Church Rodenberg    Lydia Kim
     
Canton Clerk   Nimah Azam
    Safiya Uzhunnan
     
Canton Soccer Club   Andrew Memmer
    Logan Hammond
    Charlotte Steglitz
    Ethan Gross
     
Canton Police   Rebecca Carnes
     
Cherry Hill Scholarship   Mar Kliczinski
    Ian Penny
     
Fred Thomann   Emma Brenny
     
Elizabeth Durack   Mary Kliczinski
     
Denski Family   Alexis Miller
     
Dustin Piepsney   Emerson Voss
     
Marvin Schulz Memorial   Lydia Kim
     
Meredith Whalen Memorial   Alice Quin
     
Gene & Jane Overholt Kiwanis   Aarya Kulshrestha
     
Erin Ryan Kiwanis   Lydia Kim
     
Jack Demmer Ford   Tess Carichner
     
CCF/Penelope Hope Klei   Kalena Wingrove
     
Heathe Nicole Memorial   Kane Pryor
     
R.K.Bhama MD Memorial   Isabella Volkers
     
Robert Loyd Memorial   Elizabeth Jackson
    Mariel Luecke
     
Livonia Firefighters Scholarship   Abbey Curtis
    Andie Klisz
     
Eve Grigg Memorial Scholarship   Dante Knarian
    Katey Krohn
     
Marjorie & Donald Treadwell   Marina Rensi
     
Linda Hutchinson Scholarship   Samantha Green
     
Jason Russell Maurer Memorial   Carly Allen
    Lily Batey
    Hanna Bendert
    Ellie Bossenberger
    AJ Fillmore
    Sarah Fisher
    Ethan Flosky
    Erika Head
    Ana Hernandez
    Audrey Jett
    Alex Kirachmann
    Josh Kubik
    Olivia Kubik
    Hannah Kuczynski
    Emma Moore
    Alicia Perkins
    Jeremy Putnam
    Zoe Sawdon
    Alison Schoonover
    Kaeley Sells
    Mason Solecki
    Elena Toomajian
    Chloe Upton
    Allison Wei
    Nancy Xu
     
     
Thursday, 08 July 2021 18:58

Plymouth Township Emergency Fund

The Charitable purpose of this fund is to support families of Police officers, Firefighters and Dispatchers who have suffered loss in the line of duty through death or injury or the immediate emergency response needs of Plymouth township residents who require immediate service resulting from as emergency, criminal activity or disaster as defined by Chief of Police.

Published in Plymouth Funds
Thursday, 08 July 2021 18:26

Greater Plymouth/Canton Service Project

Hunger — it’s something that no child should ever have to experience.  A child’s chance for a successful tomorrow starts with having enough nutrition today.  But there are children in schools in your neighborhood who don’t know where their next meal is coming from.

We have an opportunity to change that through the annual Greater Plymouth/Canton Service Project which benefits Kids Coalition Against Hunger. 

In order for this annual event to be a success, the steering committee of the Greater Plymouth/Canton Service Project raises $70,000 and solicits 1,500 volunteers to assist us in packaging 250,000 meals.  These meals are used to feed children and their families locally, across the country, and around the globe.

Published in Plymouth Funds
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