Grand Blanc Community Fund

The Grand Blanc Community Fund supports a broad area of interests including arts and culture, community development, health and human services, and recreation. A local advisory committee meets throughout the year to review grant applications and advise funding to nonprofits exclusively benefiting the Grand Blanc area.

The Grand Blanc Community Fund was established in 1989 with $343,343 in assets from the former Grand Blanc Community Foundation. Ezra Perry led an effort in 1968 to create a permanent endowment for the community. Ezra Perry would be pleased that the Grand Blanc Community Fund he founded has remained solidly focused on its mission to “enhance the well-being and well-doing’ of the citizens living there.

Grand Blanc Advisory Committee

  • Delore Salsbury Hurley, Chair
  • Dean Keipert, Vice Chair
  • Linda Morris Belford, Trustee Liaison
  • Donald Becker
  • Andrea Bergstrom
  • John Creasey
  • Kamal Gupta
  • Harmony Lloyd
  • Edward Payne
  • Tate Marisa
  • Scott McDaniel
  • Art Reyes
  • Aimee Schwartz
  • Jeff Stableford
  • Janette Sullivant
  • Joanie Towarnicky

Recent Grants

We Are Proud to Support These Great Nonprofits

  • City of Grand Blanc
  • City of Grand Blanc Police Department
  • FISH, Inc. of Grand Blanc
  • Friends of the Grand Blanc Grid
  • Genesee District Library
  • Grand Blanc Community Schools
  • Grand Blanc Heritage Association
  • Grand Blanc Instrumental Music Boosters
  • Grand Blanc Parks & Recreation Commission
  • Holy Spirit Lutheran Church
  • St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church
  • The Grand Blanc Choral Society
  • YMCA of Flint - Camp Copneconic

Endowed Funds associated with the Grand Blanc Community Fund

  • Eldon L. Auker Scholarship Fund
  • Helen Dennis Family Fund
  • Dr. Leonard and Mary Jane Dunworth Fund
  • Grand Blanc Educational Foundation Fund
  • Grand Blanc Rotary Scholarship Fund
  • Grand Blanc Youth Initiative Program Fund
  • Gupta Family Fund for FISH, Inc.
  • Kay L. O’Malia Fund

He was an athlete from Kentucky, she was the homecoming queen from Michigan. They met at Freed Hardeman University in Tennessee and eloped a few months later. For this young couple in love, it was a secret they kept while living in separate dorms. Sondra and Charles “Chuck” Creasey didn’t keep the secret for long.

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