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Serving Families

26

Jun

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Serving Families GRANTEE: Saginaw-Shiawassee Habitat for Humanity AMOUNT: $12,000   “You are my angels. You do the most beautiful work. You’ve changed my life … my world.” – Freeland homeowner   During the summer of 2014, Saginaw-Shiawassee Habitat for Humanity held its annual Neighborhood Revitalization in four areas across Saginaw County: Buena Vista Township, Birch

Continuity of Care

26

Jun

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Continuity of care GRANTEE: Covenant Healthcare AMOUNT: $4,979.64   Angela Dinninger, physical medicine and rehabilitation manager at Covenant HealthCare, had an idea and a vision. “I had an idea for an exercise program specific to our oncology patients. I was taking a class and had a project to write a grant. Upon completing the project,

Carrie B. Hines Endowment Scholarship

16

Jun

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Carrie B. Hines was born March 2, 1937 in Selma, Ala. She is the mother of Booker, Virginia, Herman and Sonny Hines. Carrie was married to Henry Hines for 48 years. She was an entrepreneur who spent many years selling Watkins Products. Carrie was a member of the United Missionary Baptist Church of Saginaw where

“The Birdman” Donald R. McGee

05

Jun

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Donald R. McGee Memorial Scholarship Don “The Birdman” McGee was Saginaw’s first pilot, making the first flight ever over the city on August 21, 1915. He took off from Merrill that morning and 20 minutes after take-off, landed in a field near Gratiot, before resuming his flight that then carried him over the city.  

Sherrill L. Smith Music Scholarship

29

May

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Saginaw receives $500,000 in federal funding to reduce crime

22

May

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Saginaw Partners, including members of city and state law enforcement, health and human service agency representatives, Saginaw Future representatives, community members, Saginaw Valley State University researchers and Saginaw Community Foundation representatives, will gather to announce receipt of a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)-funded Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) grant. A press conference will be held on

St. Charles Community Foundation Scholarship

23

Apr

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Established in 2015, the St. Charles Community Foundation Scholarship will provide an opportunity for St. Charles High School graduating seniors to advance their post-graduate training. The scholarship will offer tuition-only support for as many senior graduates from St. Charles High School as can be monetarily funded.  

Saginaw Community Foundation grants $521,659 in first quarter 2015

26

Mar

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The Saginaw Community Foundation (SCF) granted $521,659.10 in the first quarter of 2015, supporting 47 programs and projects via its administrative and competitive grant processes.   “We strive to grant funds to support programs that will truly make a difference in our communities,” said Reneé Johnston, president and CEO of the foundation. “Every person who

President’s Report • Spring 2015

06

Mar

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  An amazing start Often times, at the beginning of a new year, people ask, “I wonder what this year has in store?” After an amazing 2014 at the Saginaw Community Foundation, I’m asking, “what’s in store for us this year?” It’s hard to top a $7 million gift, but then again, maybe not. The

Enriching education in our communities

05

Mar

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$220,116.84 granted to area teachers since 1991 Created in 1991, Saginaw Community Foundation’s Grants for Excellence teacher mini-grant program was established by and initially funded by the King Family Fund and the Wickson-Link Foundation. This mini-grant program provides a source of funding for unique, creative educational initiatives and projects not currently supported by schools’ budgets

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