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Community Foundation of Plymouth Awards Grants

Community Foundation Of Plymouth awards grants to local non profits.
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 are:
- 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.
$5000 - Canton Community Foundation / Creating Habitats for Pollinators Fund.
Plymouth Wildflower Plantings - Creating Habitats for Pollinators Fund. This project will plant ~90,000 sq. ft. of wildflowers (>2 acres) at several pre-selected locations in Plymouth, MI (zip code 48170) and on the grounds of Plymouth High School/PCEP. Site preparation and some planting will begin in fall, 2022. All plantings will be completed by April 2023
$2750 - Plymouth Community Foster Closet
To provide clothing, hygiene items free of charge throughout care, extending through to reunification, adoption, or as a child ages out. PCFC commits to working with individuals, families, communities, and social service agencies to provide these items in a dignified, inclusive, and respectful manner.
$2750 - Personalized Nursing LIGHT House
Personalized Nursing LIGHT House- Housing Assistance program. To provide Recovery Housing to persons in recovery from substance use disorder. the housing is paid for by the local Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHP's) as part of their treatment program. After treatment ends, many clients still need the structure and support of recovery housing. For clients who struggled to pay recovery housing fees, request a special fund to pay up to 2 weeks for a client who applies for this financial assistance. We will accept the $200 for two weeks of recovery housing for eligible clients who fall in this category of financial hardship. This fund will: a) reduce the stress for clients in early recovery (stress which may lead to relapse), b) provide some stability and time for clients to secure employment/financial support, c) provide PNLH a mechanism to assist these clients.
$1200 - Friends of the Penn
Friends of the Penn Technology Upgrade Project - upgrade computer system, procure a PowerPoint projector, and replace assisted listening devices.
Community Foundation of Plymouth is part of Local Impact Alliance

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