This endowment fund was created to assist the Friends of the Lewiston Library with its endeavors.
This permanent endowment fund was created by Habitat for Humanity Northeast Michigan to support the work they are doing in Northeast Michigan.
This permanent endowment fund was created by Beach and Marianne Hall to support students from Presque Isle County to study in the field of human medicine.
This fund was established to ensure the care and preservation of the Hantz Preservation Site wetlands in Montmorency County. The fund will provide long-term stewardship of the site, currently under the care of Headwaters Land Conservancy.
This permanently endowed fund was established by John Zackel, a 93-year-old man who was raised by Harry and Jenny Grove. He wanted to honor their memory with a scholarship for students graduating from Hillman High School who want to pursue a career in the trades.
This permanent endowment fund was created by Mr. Johnson to help support the Besser Museum for Northeast Michigan.
This endowment fund was established by the Headwaters Land Conservancy to be used as their board deems appropriate.
This permanent endowment fund was established through a bequest from the Estate of Helen Sanecki to support female students graduating from Alcona High School who want to pursue an education in the fields of teaching or high school counseling.
This non-endowed fund was created by a bequest for the benefit of the Presque Isle District Library.
This non-endowed fund was created by a bequest for the benefit of the Presque Isle District Historical Museum.
This permanent endowment fund was established through a bequest from the Estate of Helen Sanecki to support male students graduating from Alcona High School who want to pursue an education in the fields of aviation, Air Force, or engineering.
This fund was established by Glen and Sharon Reed to maintain the flag, flag pole, and flag site in Hillman, Michigan (located at the crossroads of Veterans Memorial Highway and State Street).
This endowment fund was established to help support an annual Christmas dinner held in Hillman for the benefit of the whole community.
This endowment fund is used for the education and operational needs of the Hillman Community Schools and its students as the Hillman Community Education Foundation board deems appropriate.
This is a non-permanent fund that the Hillman Community Education Foundation uses for its immediate needs.
This permanent endowment fund was established to award scholarships to students graduating from high schools in Montmorency County who will be pursuing any of the following areas of study as may be broadly related to the outdoor studies, such as, but not restricted to: study of animals; the environment; outdoor activities concerning nature or the use of them for recreation.
This endowment fund was set up for the purpose of assisting in the fight against the problems of homelessnes and hunger within northeast Michigan.
Hope Shores Alliance is the new name of Shelter, Inc. This fund helps to support the agency.
This permanent endowment fund was established by a bequest from Jennie Kerr, a former CFNEM board member. This fund will help support the special needs of Hospice of Michigan patients in Alpena County and their families.
This endowed fund is used to award scholarships to students who will be working toward a degree in education, with preference given to students who will be attending Alpena Community College.
This nonendowed fund will be used to help build a new community center/library in Hubbard Lake.
This endowed fund will be used to ensure the protection, management and stewardship of the Huron Pines' Hubbard Lake Preserve in perpetuity.
This permanent endowment fund was created to help the Huron Humane Society with their general operating expenses.
This is a non-endowed fund that will be used to help with the costs of building a new building or purchasing a building and renovating it for a new home for the Huron Humane Society.
This endowment fund was established to support the sustainability of Huron Pines to ensure the long-term protection, restoration and conservation of Northeast Michigan’s natural resources.
This endowment fund was established when the Rogers City Hospital was closed. It is to be used to provide for the health care needs of the residents of Presque Isle County.