The Community Foundation of Marquette County (CFMC) has administered $20k in grants from the Holman Family Fund to three area organizations. The beneficiaries include Bay Cliff Health Camp, which received $5k in memory of Dr. Tom Huffman, Michigamme-Spurr EMS/Fire Department, which received $5k for a search and rescue boat, and Superior Connections, which received $10k for a new sober living house. The recipients were chosen by the Holman Family and the Community Foundation Board of Advisors.
Community Foundation of Marquette County Awards $20k Grants
TheCommunity Foundation of Marquette County (CFMC) has distributed $20k in grants from the Holman Family Fund to three local organizations. Donor Advised Fund permits the donors to nominate the beneficiaries, which are then approved by the CFMC Board of Advisors.
Bay Cliff Health Camp received $5k in memory of Dr. Tom Huffman. The Michigamme-Spurr EMS/Fire Department got $5k to assist in purchasing a search and rescue boat. The highest grant of $10k was given to Superior Connections to build a new sober living house.
“It’s crucial to give back in whatever capacity possible,” stressed CFMC CEO, Zosia Eppensteiner. “Whether it’s through talent, treasure, or time, every contribution matters.”
The grant recipients were selected by the Holman Family and the Community Foundation Board or Advisors.
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