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The Lapeer County Emergency Relief Fund

About The Foundation

Established in 1996 by, and for, the people of Lapeer County, the Foundation builds and manages permanent endowment funds from a wide variety of donors to provide grants that enhance the quality of life in Lapeer County, now and for future generations.

Giving Opportunities

Giving is a meaningful extension of who you are. At the LCCF we strive to partner with you to fulfill your philanthropic interests and intent to support the causes most important to you now, and in the future.

Foundation Funds

The Foundation manages 65 funds that support grants and scholarships to nonprofits, schools, local communities and students throughout Lapeer County.

Grants & Scholarships

Each year the LCCF grants over $300,000 supporting grants and scholarships. Funding supports projects in the areas of: education, arts and recreation, public safety, health and human services, economic development, the environment, and animal welfare and other community needs.

The Lapeer County LEAF

The Lapeer County Education Achievement Fund (LEAF) is a children’s savings account program designed to encourage and incentivize saving for post-secondary education. This initiative is a collaboration between the Lapeer County Community Foundation (LCCF), ELGA Credit Union, the Lapeer County Intermediate School District and Lapeer County school districts. LEAF provides kindergartners with a savings account seeded with $25, and is designed to help students start saving for college or career training expenses. Families and students are supported with financial education lessons in the classroom and through community education workshops.

Our Mission Statement

THE LAPEER COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION LEADS AND SUPPORTS PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES THAT IMPACT THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN LAPEER COUNTY TODAY, TOMORROW AND FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.