Berrien Community Foundation



The Berrien Community Foundation was established in 1952 by William Vawter and a group of concerned business people, much like the rest of the community foundation movement that started in the Midwest. The Foundation is an innovative means by which concerned citizens could put charitable dollars to work for the benefit of Berrien County residents.

Assets and Giving for Berrien Community Foundation

Assets

2020 - 71,725,286
2019 - 57,323,257
2018 - 46,915,537
2017 - 51,434,616
Domestic Grants

2020 - 7,080,256
2019 - 7,368,834
2018 - 8,124,277


    

Recent News from Berrien Community Foundation


Series of Seminars to Focus on Trauma Recovery
Foundation: Berrien Community Foundation

If you or someone you know has experienced trauma, the Berrien Community Foundation would like to hear from you. The foundation is offering a series of free seminars on trauma and its effects in...more

Berrien Community Foundation will match up to $50,000 for Silver Beach playground
Foundation: Berrien Community Foundation

If you or someone you know has experienced trauma, the Berrien Community Foundation would like to hear from you. The foundation is offering a series of free seminars on trauma and its effects in...more

Silver Beach Playground project gets $50000 challenge grant from Berrien Community Foundation
Foundation: Berrien Community Foundation

If you or someone you know has experienced trauma, the Berrien Community Foundation would like to hear from you. The foundation is offering a series of free seminars on trauma and its effects in...more



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