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Fund for the Community

For thirty years, the Fund for the Community has provided flexible dollars to meet a variety of community needs. Measured over time, the Fund for the Community has provided building blocks of support that have strengthened our local economy, cared for our environment and our shared outdoor spaces, and increased our access to both healthy local food and life-affirming arts and cultural experiences. When we improve lives in Emmet County, our whole community grows stronger.


Lofts at Lumber Square Fund

Our community and our economy are impacted by the lack of attainable housing. This fund was established in support of the Lofts at Lumber Square, a 60-unit workforce housing development in the city of Petoskey. For every philanthropic dollar donated to this effort, three dollars from grants and low-interest loans will be unlocked to keep this housing attainable for community members.


List of All Local Funds

The following are funds that welcome public support to meet critical needs in our community. To make a gift, click on the name of the fund you wish to support. 


Program Areas

See funds based on their program areas or strategic initiatives. Coming soon!

Other Ways To Give

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Send a Check

To give by mail, make your check payable to PHSACF and indicate which fund(s) you want to support in the memo. Mail your check to:
Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation

1349 US-131 Suite A
Petoskey MI  49770

Give Stock

Giving appreciated stock is easy. Our staff can help you with the process. Contact us to learn more, 231-348-5820.

IRA Charitable Rollovers

IRA charitable rollover gifts are an option for those donors needing to meet the required minimum distribution. Contact us to learn more, 231-348-5820.

 "As a planner, I believe strongly in building community and the Community Foundation is one of the best, most efficient organizations dedicated to that end. The process was an easy one."

- Emily Meyerson

 "I wanted to use my money in a way the whole community could benefit and it was so easy to do." 

- Gladys Hamill