Coronavirus Update

At the Community Foundation of Greater Flint, we take the threat of the coronavirus outbreak very seriously. Our priority is the health and safety of our staff, donors, grantees, visitors and the community.

We are caring for ourselves, and others, by taking social distancing seriously to minimize the spread of germs. Therefore, effective Monday, March 16, 2020, the CFGF team will operate remotely. Our main number, 810-767-8270, will be answered as normal from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday. All staff will remain accessible as usual via email and phone. Find a listing of our team here.

Catalyzing Community Support through the Greater Flint Urgent Relief Fund

During this rapidly changing time one thing is certain. Our area nonprofit organizations – those working with the most vulnerable and economically disadvantaged in Flint and Genesee County – will need our support. If you want to help, we encourage you to give to the Greater Flint Urgent Relief Fund here.

For our Donors

Fund representatives may continue to make grant recommendations from their Donor Advised Fund through Donor View, our donor services online portal, or by emailing or calling Karima Amlani at kamlani@cfgf.org, 810-767-3653. We will continue to process gifts through our usual means by check, wire transfer, and online.

For Our Grantees

Our program staff is prepared to continue business as usual through remote access. You may continue to inquire about applying for grants through our online system. We will also continue to process grant payments.

Grantees, we want you to keep us informed of the gaps in services you may be experiencing so we can stay abreast of ongoing community needs.

Census grantees, please continue your good work while paying attention to health protocols regarding events and gatherings.

We will keep monitoring the situation and will share additional updates in the event we need to take further action. For now, enjoy the little extra time you have at home. Complete the 2020 Census. And take good care of yourself and your neighbors.