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First Ward – Mark Neumeier Success Scholarship

04

Jan

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Biography to come.  

Saginaw Community Foundation receives national recognition

01

Dec

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Saginaw Community Foundation recently received re-accreditation with the National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations® – the nation’s highest standard for philanthropic excellence. Saginaw Community Foundation was first accredited in 2006 and has maintained its accreditation ever since.   “Meeting the National Standards benchmarks is a rigorous, comprehensive process,” said Randy Royster, chair of the Community

Charles F. and Edith E. Brunkow Memorial Scholarship

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Nov

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  Biography to come.    

Tax-Free Charitable Transfers from IRAs Made Permanent

14

Nov

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Last year, Congress passed the PATH Act, which renewed and made permanent the Charitable IRA provision of 2006, making it easier for Americans to give to causes they care about. This provision has the power to help local charities strengthen their communities by allowing individuals to roll over up to $100,000 annually from an Individual

Alma Gilmore Doud Memorial Scholarship

28

Oct

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Alma Gilmore Doud (March 28, 1924 – May 1, 2014), a faithful member of First Congregational Church, dedicated her life to community service. This scholarship is established to remember and honor her and her contributions to the Saginaw community.            

Douglas C. Iles Memorial Scholarship

28

Sep

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The Douglas C. Iles Memorial Scholarship has been established by his wife, Sandy, and his children, Ryan, Jeffrey, and Kristen, with the hope of honoring Doug’s incredible legacy. Doug was a lifelong Saginaw resident and loved giving back to his community. Doug touched countless lives and his influence has reached not only those in Saginaw

Grants for Excellence

06

Sep

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Saginaw County teachers and staff encouraged to dream big Individual project mini-grants for up to $2,500 are available   Saginaw, Mich. – Saginaw Community Foundation encourages Saginaw County teachers and instructional staff to dream big. Grants for Excellence, a competitive mini-grant program, will award individual projects up to $2,500 this school year. The program is

Village of the Living Dead Kenneth Fulton Memorial Scholarship

02

Aug

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Kenneth Fulton was a member of the St. Charles Haunted House since its very beginning in 1985 until his passing at the haunted house in 1998. He volunteered and also brought along with him his kids and brothers to volunteer as well. Ken was a quiet gentle man that loved what the haunted house stood

Ronald J. Schauman Trades Scholarship

02

Aug

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Ron Schauman has been a tremendous investor in the Freeland community for his entire life. Ron and his wife moved to Freeland in the early 1980s and helped build Freeland into the success it is today. He built a stellar family with his wife Michelle, three children and eight grandchildren – all of whom still

Susan J. Sauer Hospitality and Sports Management Scholarship

02

Aug

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Sue Sauer has been a resident of Freeland since 1980 – back when it was a small village of 4,000 residents. She and her husband Tim raised their three children as the population of Freeland grew to 14,000. There have been numerous community successes which has made Freeland the fastest growing community in Saginaw County.

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