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AAACF Final Weekly Update for May 2020

AAACF Final Weekly Update for May 2020

Although this is the last of the weekly updates instituted during the pandemic, AAACF will continue to share important news throughout the summer and beyond. We will also continue to update our dedicated COVID-19 response webpage.
AAACF Update: Week of 5/18-22/2020 - Local Youth Are Hope for Our Future

AAACF Update: Week of 5/18-22/2020 - Local Youth Are Hope for Our Future

Although their rites of passage and other school activities have been impacted by the pandemic, young people are showing their resilience and creativity as they adjust to a new reality and continue working toward their goals. We are encouraged by a future generation of Washtenaw County leaders. We share as illustration two existing programs that continue to evolve and demonstrate the potential of our young people.
AAACF Update: Week of 5/11-15/2020 - Supporting Seniors in Washtenaw County

AAACF Update: Week of 5/11-15/2020 - Supporting Seniors in Washtenaw County

In 2018, AAACF began increasing its focus on older adults through the Glacier Hills Legacy Fund, building on decades of work through the Bach Fund and others. Washtenaw County values the wisdom, experiences, and contributions that older adults bring to our community. We began sharing a sobering call to action: the number of local seniors in poverty will likely double by 2040. Our community must be prepared for (and better yet, reverse) this long-term trend.
Special Bulletin - AAACF Virtual Annual Community Meeting News

Special Bulletin - AAACF Virtual Annual Community Meeting News

As another month begins, AAACF will maintain the weekly electronic updates we began in April. We’ll continue to share pandemic response news and information, along with updates from activities that occur annually around this time.
AAACF 2019 Annual Report

AAACF 2019 Annual Report

We recognize that this report is being released during an incredibly challenging time and that many people and organizations in Washtenaw County are facing dire economic hardships. AAACF has been sharing news of granting more than $1 million in response to the pandemic (our dedicated COVID-19 page continuously updates grantee listings, with forthcoming updates on up to an additional $500,000 in nonprofit loans) to provide a source of hope to all in our community. In this same spirit of hope—and in the comfort many of us now find in familiar traditions and activities, we share our 2019 Annual Report.

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