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Saginaw Community Foundation
About the Saginaw Community Foundation
The Saginaw Community Foundation helps enhance the quality of life for the Saginaw County community by leveraging funds; serving as a catalyst for change; providing support to nonprofits; and acting as a neutral partner and community convener.
Linking donor interests to community needs
The Saginaw Community Foundation offers a unique way to give back to your community through its permanent, yet flexible, collection of endowment funds. The principal of these funds remain intact forever, with the investment income annually invested back into the community in the form of grants and scholarships. This means your contribution is "For good. Forever." The foundation can help you find a fund that matches your philanthropic interests or help you set up a fund of your own.
Supporting community programs and projects
Each year, the Saginaw Community Foundation infuses thousands of dollars back into the Saginaw County community in the form of grant making. Through its multiple grant programs and funds, the foundation supports a wide variety of programs and projects with the focus of improving the quality of life in Saginaw County's communities. Since its inception, the foundation has granted more than $10 million to programs and projects that benefit Saginaw County residents.
Helping students pursue an education
Because education is vital to the growth and future of every community, the Saginaw Community Foundation administers a variety of scholarship programs for high school, community college, undergraduate, graduate and vocational students. Since awarding our first $500 scholarship in 1987, the Saginaw Community Foundation has awarded more than $3 million in scholarships.
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How to pre apply for a water utility account:
Pre application instructions can be found here:Water Billing
Mid Michigan Waste Authority is pleased to announce that we will not be charging residents who turn in CRT televisions and monitors at our Tech Tuesday drop-off days on September 6 and 13. MMWA’s e-waste days will continue to accept other electronic items like keyboards, printers, mice, hard drives, flat screen monitors, cables, scanners, phones, tablets, and fax machines for free. To keep the event entirely free, there will also be no charge to recycle flat screen televisions.
Tech Tuesdays will be held on September 6 and 13 from 9am to 1pm at MMWA’s Community Resource Recovery Center, 2063 S Miller Rd (between Ederer and Swan Creek Roads) in Saginaw.
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POLICE CRIME MAPPING:
The City of Saginaw PD has new crime mapping software available. Click the link below to access an interactive Crime map of the City.
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FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) rules have changed. To see how the City of Saginaw is now handling FOIA requests, please visit our new FOIA page.
ROAD CONSTRUCTION:- HOLDEN ST. ROAD CLOSURE BETWEEN FRANKLIN AND JEFFERSON
- JANES AVE. LANE CLOSURE BETWEEN PARK AND WARREN