Donors: Share your story
When you share your story of how you came to work with the Capital Region Community Foundation, you inspire others to do the same. Thank you.
Former Ingham County Circuit Judge Michael Harrison and his wife, Deborah, are making possible the work of the Fenner Conservancy, WKAR and the Nature Conservancy. David Cutler is supporting scholar-athletes at the University of Washington and Olivet College. Frank and Pattie Reynolds are making a difference in the areas of education, basic needs and the humane treatment of animals.
What matters to you?
Your dollars make a big difference
Because of the generosity of our donors, grants from our charitable funds support hundreds of community-based organizations striving to make our region a better place. These grants advance the arts, improve education for all, enhance and protect the environment, ensure vital human services for the most needy and promote community development that serves the common good.
By providing crucial support to a wide range of community organizations, the Capital Region Community Foundation helps empower dedicated people to carry out their organization's mission while building community assets, managing current issues vital to our region's well-being and preparing for future needs. All of this fosters community spirit and helps to create a more vibrant, thriving region for everyone.