CMU receives Community Foundation grants

August 16, 2019

Central Michigan University is the recipient of two grants from the Clare County Community Foundation totaling $3,500 to benefit Farwell High School youth participation in the Connections that Count program.

Connections that Count is a service-learning program hosted by CMU’s College of Education and Human Services. The program provides support to individuals with disabilities and their families through a variety of recreational activities and peer mentorship.

The grants were sponsored by the Clare Youth Action Council (ClareYAC) and its Board of Trustees. ClareYAC is a project of Clare County Community Foundation, and is made possible through the Council of Michigan Foundations and supported by a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

The Clare County Community Foundation strengthens our community by providing leadership, fostering collaboration on local needs and issues, and encouraging a legacy of giving through grants, scholarships, and events.

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