In response to the economic impact of COVID-19, the State of Michigan has allocated $100 million of CARES Act funding to implement the Michigan Small Business Restart Program to support the needs of Michigan Businesses directly impacted by COVID-19.
Allegan County Food Pantry Collaborative
Cereal Drive FAQ
Why are you changing to a virtual cereal drive this year?
We just don’t know how COVID-19 will impact us over the next few months. We know the cereal drive must happen, so a virtual drive was the best compromise in order to keep donors, pantry workers, and
Joint Press release: Allegan County United Way, Allegan County Community Foundation, and the Community Action Agency of Allegan County.
Friday March 27th, 2020.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Community Coalition creates website to give or get help, and plans for a Goods Donation Center:
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis continues in our community, we want you to know
March 25, 2020
With the abrupt closing of our school systems in the county we have extended some scholarship deadlines. For those students who were in our scholarship system prior to the March 13, 2020 deadline for the scholarships listed below, you may finish your application by April 3, 2020 at midnight:
Mr. & Mrs. William Baillargeon
Feed The Need Allegan COVID-19 Response
Non-profit partners and tax-exempt service providers:
The Feed The Need Allegan COVID-19 Response Coalition [United Way Allegan County – Allegan County Community Foundation – Community Action Allegan County] has established the Feed The Need Allegan COVID-19 Relief Fund to respond to your immediate and emerging needs as a
ACCF is accredited by the National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations.
The National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations Accreditation Program represents a community foundation’s commitment to going above and beyond federal and state requirements to demonstrate accountability and excellence to communities, policymakers, and the public.
Looking back to the beginning of 2018, I now realize how far we have come: the Foundation office moved back to downtown Allegan; long-time, dedicated staff member Lee Wittkop retired; Jennifer Collins joined us as Marketing & Growth Director; former board trustee, Cindy Baker, came on as a Program and Operations Associate; beloved Board Trustee,
Can you tell me how you first got involved with the Allegan County Community Foundation?
I became involved with the Allegan County Community Foundation in 2007, as a sophomore in high school. I was asked to join the TAG Team as a representative of Hamilton High
By: Jennifer Collins
The first time I met Megan she was soft spoken with a genuine smile. Megan Collins is this year’s Allegan County Community Foundation Hobbs Intern. Well, what is a Hobbs intern? Elaine Hobbs of Otsego wanted to impact youth, when she passed away, she left directives