Iosco County Community Foundation has been affiliated with CFNEM since 2000. We connect people who care about the future of Iosco County with the causes closest to their hearts. By encouraging individuals to create permanent charitable endowments to meet the ever-changing needs of our communities, we can match donors' charitable interests with worthwhile causes by giving grants and scholarships to area programs and students.
ICCF believes the people in our communities, and those who care most about them, can strengthen them most effectively. We are helping donors make an investment in their community to improve the quality of life for present and future residents of Iosco County - one that will last for generations to come.
We will serve as a catalyst and resource to inspire private giving for the betterment of Iosco County. By encouraging thoughtful and sustainable philanthropic choices, we will match charitable interests with local needs to enhance the community's quality of life for good, forever.
We build strong, vibrant and sustainable communities through the power of everyone's giving.
Tony Johnson, President
Cliff C. Miller, Vice President
Stephanie Mallak Olson
ICCF Accepting Nominations for 2017 Philanthropist of the Year.
ICCF is accepting nominations for the 2017 Philanthropist of the Year award. The award, which will be given in May, is meant to honor a local resident who has worked for the betterment of Iosco County through volunteerism and personal contribution. The opportunity to submit nominations is open to the public. Nominees may be any Iosco County resident with a continuing history of volunteer work and contributions that advance the quality of life for the people of Iosco County as a philanthropist through leadership, financial commitment to local organizations, advocacy for local causes, and/or board service in the non-profit sector. Nominations are due to the ICCF office by March 1, 2017. Philanthropist of the Year