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Gundlach Fund Announces Grants

The Herman Gundlach Fund of the Keweenaw Community Foundation is closing out 2016 by awarding more than $19,000 in grants to 23 local organizations. Individual grants range from $200 to $5,000. Recipients include:
KCF· Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter
· Bay Cliff Health Camp
· Boy Scouts of America-Hiawathaland
· Calumet Theatre
· Calumet Art Center
· Copper Country Community Arts Council
· Copper Country Girl Scouts
· Copper Country Habitat for Humanity
· Copper Country Humane Society
· 31 Backpacks
· Copper Country United Way
· Keweenaw Random Acts of Kindness
· Finlandia University Scholarship
· Goodwill Farm “Read to Ride” Program
· Keweenaw Family Resource Center
· Keweenaw Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
· Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly
· Omega House
· Pine Mountain Music Festival
· Salvation Army Kids Food Program
· SKY (Simple Kindness for Youth)
· St. Peter and Paul Lutheran Church
· Community Impact Fund of KCF
· KCF Administrative Operating Fund

The latest round of grants comes in addition to nearly $70,000 awarded to 17 community non-profits earlier this year.

The Gundlach Fund is an endowment that was established by businessman Herman Gundlach. It is administered by the Keweenaw Community Foundation. If your community organization would like to be considered for a grant, email your request to mail@k-c-f.org. You will be notified when grants become available.

Year-end contributions may be made to the Herman Gundlach Fund, or to any of the more than 70 funds administered by the Keweenaw Community Foundation. Donations are tax deductible, and may be made here.

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