CFNEM Kellogg Youth Fund grants announced

In March, the Board of Trustees of the Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan approved the following grants from the Kellogg Youth Fund as recommended by the Youth Advisory Council.

Alpena County Grants

1. APS/Hinks Elementary-awarded $350 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for a Soo Locks-Mackinac Island Experience.

2. APS/High School-awarded $200 from the Kellogg Youth Fund Technology in the Classroom.

3. Child & Family Services-awarded $150 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for the Walk Me Home Project.

4. APS/Thunder Bay Junior High School-awarded $150 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for the Journalism Project.

5. Friends of the Jordan River/Friends of Lake Huron Watershed-awarded $1,000 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for Environment Exploration Day.

6. APS/High School-awarded $1,740 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for College Visits.

7. Boys and Girls Club-awarded $1,740 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for the Ultimate Journey.

8. Art in the Loft-awarded $1,400 from the Kellogg Youth Fund Make a Splash Art.

9. APS/High School-awarded $1,200 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for Holocaust Remembrance.

Alcona County Grants

10. Alcona County-awarded $500 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for the Children’s Educational Entertainment.

11. Alcona Community Schools-awarded $741 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for a Technology Lab Update.

12. Alcona Community Schools-awarded $741 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for the Reconstruction of the Infield.

13. Alcona Community Schools-awarded $400 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for a Classroom Technology Update.

14. Alcona Community Schools-awarded $200 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for a Tablet for Learning.

Montmorency County Grants

15. Hillman Community Schools-awarded $152 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for the Woodworking Program Development.

16. Hillman Community Schools-awarded $1,000 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for Softball at Sandlot.

17. Hillman Community Schools-awarded $1,300 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for the PlayOn and Newscast Production.

Presque Isle County Grants

18. Posen Consolidated Schools-awarded $250 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for Technology Growth.

19. Onaway Area Schools-awarded $500 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for the Field Trip to the Holocaust Museum.

20. Posen Consolidated Schools-awarded $500 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for the Shipwreck Tours.

21. Posen Consolidated Schools-awarded $1,200 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for Video Production and Broadcasting.

22. Purple Martin Nature Center-awarded $1,500 from the Kellogg Youth Fund for Someplace Warm Camp.

Additional funding for Youth Advisory Council grants benefitting Rogers City residents is available from the Eugene J. & Helen T. McLean Fund.

The next grant cycle application deadline is May 1, 2014.

For more information about submitting an application or starting a fund, please call the CFNEM office at 989-354-6881, toll free 877-354-6881, or visit the CFNEM website at www.cfnem.org