Generous donations from the Midland Kiwanis Foundation and the Youth Action Council of the Midland Area Community Foundation provide support for local initiatives
MIDLAND, Mich. – Greater Midland North and Coleman Family Centers received a total of $38,891 in recent grant funds to create and expand local initiatives. The grants were awarded by the Midland Kiwanis Foundation, $31,815, and the Youth Action Council of the Midland Area Community Foundation, $7,076.
Midland Kiwanis’ funds will be used to provide support for the Partners in Education program, helping to foster quality education for young students. Specifically, the support will be used for preschool scholarships, classroom materials and playground updates.
Midland Area Foundation’s funds will be used to expand access of Greater Midland’s programs and build infrastructure.
“We are so grateful for the financial support from the Kiwanis and the Midland Area Community Foundation. These funds will help us to enhance our facilities for our Early Care & Education program and to provide scholarships to preschoolers and teens,” said Liz Conway, the Executive Director of the North and Coleman Family Centers.
The Midland County Youth Action Council is a project of the Midland Area Community Foundation, and is made possible through the council of Michigan Foundations and supported by a grant from the W.K. Kellogg foundation. The Midland Area Community Foundation provides philanthropic leadership to strengthen our community by fostering collaboration and giving today and in the future.
Greater Midland North and Coleman Family centers are located in Midland County and are aimed at inspiring self-development, providing educational enrichment, and encouraging positive physical activity.
-- To learn more about Greater Midland North and Coleman Family Centers, visit greatermidland.org/NFC or greatermidland.org/CFC.