July 28, 2014
New and Noteworthy
The Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation Youth Council is accepting applications for membership. Students attending an Ann Arbor public, private, or independent high school are eligible. For more details . . .
Celebrating 50 years of good: An update on AAACF's work in 2013 and a reflection on the community impact of our work over the last 50 years - including the donors that made it possible.
that will strengthen the long-term capacity of a number of nonprofit organizations in Washtenaw County
AAACF’s President & CEO Cheryl Elliott will be retiring at the end of 2014. AAACF’s Board of Trustees appointed a search committee which is currently working with Kittleman & Associates, a search firm dedicated exclusively to recruiting leaders for nonprofit organizations across the country. For more information. . .
During their Spring 2014 grant cycle, Youth Council awarded awarded $40,001 in grants to support a variety of programs in Washtenaw County that serve youth – from supporting literacy tutors for young children at Community Action Network to helping the Washtenaw County Trial Court fund a mentor program.