For Good. For Ever.
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.
At PARClife we provide compassionate, community-based ABA therapy in social, recreational, and natural environments for individuals with autism and other thinking and learning differences.
The PARClife Foundation focuses on developing life skills and future opportunities for our learners and increasing diversity and inclusion in the community through service-learning projects.
Using grant funding and partnerships with organizations, other foundations, and private donors, we offer:
The PARClife Foundation relies on the generosity of individuals like you to continue doing the important work we do. With your support, we can make a real difference in the lives of those in our PARClife community and help to make the world a kinder, more inclusive place.
Every donation, no matter how big or small, is greatly appreciated and goes a long way in helping us achieve our mission.
Thank you for supporting our cause!
Plymouth Canton Literacy Council is a volunteer, non-profit organization aiming to improve adult literacy in Plymouth-Canton and surrounding areas of Western Wayne County. Their mission is to provide adults in Western Wayne County who have limited English language abilities in developing vital reading, writing, and communication skills to help them participate in the community and reach their potential in life.
The purpose of this designated fund is to benefit the Huron Valley Humane Society for service to animals.