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Imagine being a teenager and playing a deciding role in granting over a half million dollars to your community during the last five years. Imagine doing that work during a global pandemic, mandated school closures, quarantines, and Zoom meetings. For…
This graduation season, the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation is pleased to announce that 41 local high school graduates are starting or continuing college with $61,000 worth of assistance and the support of their community. The…
The Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation is pleased to provide financial support to our partners at Venture North Funding for another round of resiliency grants for small businesses in Emmet County. Eligible businesses with nine or fewer…
Two projects impacting Little Traverse Bay and its watershed will move forward thanks to $31,600 in grants from the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation. Awarded from our Little Traverse Bay Protection and Restoration Fund, the grants…
The Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation is looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant. This position will handle the administrative operations of the Community Foundation. As the initial point of contact for community members,…
Our Spring 2021 grant cycle is now closed. Our next grant cycle deadline is October 1, 2021.
On behalf of our partners at Venture North Funding and Development, we are sharing this feature on Julienne Tomatoes, a Petoskey restaurant and one of 16 Emmet County recipients of Venture North’s Regional Resiliency Program grants for small…
Venture North Funding & Development is announcing $64,250 in grants to 16 small businesses in Emmet County thanks to financial support from the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation. Venture North’s ten-county Regional Resiliency Program…
The Community Foundation lost a founder and a friend this week with the passing of David H. Irish. Dave was on board with the Community Foundation from day one. As one of our founding directors in 1992, Dave shared the far-reaching vision of an…
The Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation recently awarded a $20,000 grant to Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity in support of current home projects in Oden and Alanson. The grant comes from the our new Emmet Housing Solutions Fund,…
This year has been remarkably difficult in many ways. Our country has experienced food shortages, high unemployment, and a high level of division and divisiveness. Yet, through it all, in Charlevoix and Emmet counties, we have also seen so many…
Small businesses make up a vital part of the fabric of our community here in Emmet County. Thanks to a partnership with Venture North, the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation is offering a new source of financial support for these…