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Welcome to AAACF's new website!

Welcome to AAACF's new website!

AAACF has been enriching the quality of life in Washtenaw County for more than 50 years. And now it's simpler than ever for you to partner with us, through our new aaacf.org website. Read on below for more about our new site and how we can make a difference together.

Request For Proposals (RFP): Bach Fund & Youth Council Grants

AAACF is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications! Available grant programs include the Bach Fund for Seniors Grant Program and the Youth Council Grant Program.
Give (Yet) This Year!

Give (Yet) This Year!

Whether you just procrastinated or are now worried about possible tax changes, we're in the office to help until 5:30pm on Friday, December 29, 2018.

Glacier Hills and Trinity Health Senior Communities Donate $18M to Transform Support for Vulnerable Seniors in Washtenaw County

Through the generosity of Ann Arbor’s Glacier Hills Senior Living Community and Trinity Health Senior Communities of Livonia, MI, an $18.25 million fund has been created to benefit senior adults in Washtenaw County—especially those at-risk and with low incomes—in perpetuity, managed by AAACF.
Three New Partnerships to Help Ypsilanti Youth Announced at Gathering of Community Leaders

Three New Partnerships to Help Ypsilanti Youth Announced at Gathering of Community Leaders

A packed gathering of private, public, and nonprofit leaders at Eagle Crest Golf Club in Ypsilanti heard announcements of three new collaborations to incentivize educational success for Ypsilanti Community School (YCS) students.

Renovations Embraced By Community!

Many thanks to everyone who stopped by for our Community Open House on October 10th! In addition to the busy Open House, we hosted two dedications and two preview events, resulting in 350+ people seeing our enhanced space to serve Washtenaw County.
New 2017-18 Youth Council Members

New 2017-18 Youth Council Members

We are pleased to introduce the new Youth Council members who are joining the committee this academic year! They represent a wide variety of backgrounds and perspectives on our community.

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