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Plymouth Funds

The work that we are able to do in the Plymouth community is because of people like you who are committed to making their town a great place to live, work and play.  Below is a list of funds designed to benefit the Plymouth community.  Click on the fund type below to view a specific fund type.

The primary purpose of the Anthony G. Sclabassi Memorial Fund is to support charitable organizations in the areas of mental illness, suicide prevention, education and research.

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The primary purpose of the Aznavorian Family and Mily Family Fund is to provide support to charitable organizations in the 48170 zip code which covers the city and township of Plymouth as well as the townships of Salem, Superior and Northville served by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools as directed by the Community Foundation of Plymouth advisory committee.

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These scholarships are open to students who have had their own personal Community Financial Credit Union account opened for at least 6 months prior to applying for the scholarship and who can demonstate the credit union's "people helping people" philosophy.  Applicants must have been accepted at or applied to an accredited college, university or trade school full- or part-time for the upcoming fall semeser.  Awards will be based on academic performance, community service, extra-curricular activities, letter of recommendation, job/employment history, financial need and the essay. 

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Established in 2005, the Community Foundation of Plymouth Fund supports CFP's grant programs, and gives the advisory board the greatest flexibility to address emerging community needs and priorities. The Community Foundation of Plymouth is dedicated to building a permanent endowment to enrich the quality of life in the greater Plymouth community.

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The primary charitable purpose of the Phipps-Jabara Fund is to support charitable organizations in Wayne and Washtenaw Counties.

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Thanks to the generosity of the Dul family, this scholarship is open to current employees of Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center or Clips & Clamps Industries who have worked a minimum of 400 hours during the preceding calendar year.  It is also available to children, stepchildren, legal dependents or spouses of qualified employees.

Applicant must be a graduating high school senior, current college student or non-traditional student.  (A non-traditional student is defined as someone who is starting or returning to college after an extended absence from school.)  Applicant may be planning to attend school either full or part time and may attend any university, college or trade school with any major.  Applicant may also be pursuing their LPGA or PGA certification through Keiser University.

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This scholarship is available to all graduating seniors from any high school in Plymouth or Canton, Michigan.  Applicants must have a passion for their community, be Key Club members, and have demonstated leadership in Key Club.

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Established in 2013 by Penny and Timothy Joy, the Forever Joy Fund supports charitable organizations in Plymouth, Michigan.  Further purposes include providing support for charitable organizations in the United States.

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Established in 2006, the primary purpose of the Fran and Ron Loiselle Fund is to provide support to charitable organizations in the Plymouth area as directed by the advisory committee of the Community Foundation of Plymouth.

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This scholarship is available to all graduating seniors within the Plymouth/Canton school district (public, private or charter) who have demonstrated leadership through volunteerism in the community.

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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.

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The primary purpose of the Imes & Siegrist Fund is to support charitable organizations in Plymouth, Michigan and Austin, Texas.  Further purposes of the fund include providing support for charitable organizations in the United States.

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The primary purpose of the John Blackwell III Fund is to provide support to charitable organizations in Wayne and Washtenaw Counties.

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This scholarship is available to students from the greater Plymouth and Ann Arbor areas who are pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering at any Michigan ABET accredited university. 

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The primary purpose of the Knopf Deroche Fund is to provide support to charitable organizations in the 48170 zip code which covers the city and township of Plymouth as well as the townships of Salem, Superior and Northville served by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools as directed by the Community Foundation of Plymouth advisory committee.

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Established in 2014, the Lawton Family Fund supports charitable organizations in the Plymouth area and around the United States.

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Established in 2010, the Margaret Dunning & Sanford Burr Endowment Fund's primary purpose is to provide support to the Plymouth Historical Society in support of the Plymouth Historical Museum to carry out its role and mission as desired by its governing documents.

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The primary purpose of the Menard Family Fund is to provide support to charitable organizations in the 48170 zip code which covers the city and township of Plymouth as well as the townships of Salem, Superior and Northville served by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools as directed by the Community Foundation of Plymouth advisory committee.

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Established in 2008, the Nancy & Thomas Caviston Fund supports charitable organizations in Plymouth, Michigan.  The Caviston fund also supports charitable organizations with a preference for arts and culture.

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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.

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This memorial fund was created to benefit organizations that serve the senior community as well as organizations that provide cultural services to the community.

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The purpose of this designated fund is to benefit the Huron Valley Humane Society for service to animals.

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The primary purpose of the Robert A. Gotro Fund is to provide support to charitable organizations in the 48170 zip code, which covers the city and township of Plymouth and the townships of Salem, Superior and Northville served by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools as directed by the Community Foundation of Plymouth advisory committee.

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Established in memory of CFP board member Dave Siegrist, the Siegrist Memorial Youth Fund's purpose is to meet the needs of youth served by the Community Foundation of Plymouth.

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This scholarship is available to current undergraduate students at University of Michigan majoring in Civil Engineering.  Primary consideration will be given to students focusing on geotechnical, pavement or pavement-related fields of study.

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The Vermeulen family established their fund with the primary purpose being to provide support to charitable organizations in the 48170 zip code, which covers the city and township of Plymouth, as well as the townships of Salem, Superior and Northville served by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.

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