About Us

The MMACF is a non-profit organization established in 1994 to meet the current and future needs of our local communities. We offer all the tax advantages of charitable giving, the long-term benefits of endowment funding and the ability to establish a legacy in the name of your family or loved one.

1994
Established
$5.9M
Grants & Scholarships Awarded
120
Funds
$9.7M
Current Assets

Who We Serve

The M&M Area Community Foundation partners with and provides support to charitable organizations whose work benefits the residents of Marinette and Menominee Counties.

2018 Grants

Community Improvement $    38,960
Scholarships 161,872
Recreation, Sports & Leisure 478,962
Education 53,314
Health & Human Services 103,692
Youth Development 55,374
Religious & Spiritual Development 5,000
Food & Nutrition 15,587
Arts, Culture & Humanities 21,769
Other 31,350
Total $965,880

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Additional Sponsors

Our Latest News

Pleased to have Trinity Lutheran School on our team for the Future Fund. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sounds like these gentlemen from Menominee Central Elementary hope to use their Future Fund to attend “spiderman school” and “ninja turtle school”. Peshtigo Schools Marinette School District Menominee Area Public Schools Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine Schools School District of Wausaukee Coleman School District Goodman Armstrong Creek High School Goodman-Armstrong Creek School District Niagara School District Thomas Aquinas-Academy North Central Area Junior/Senior High School North Central Elementary School Bark River-Harris Schools Crivitz School District Trinity Evangelical Lutheran School Faith Christian School Adam Cocco John Mans Mike Muhs ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Philanthropy Fund grant cycle is open until next Friday. Apply at mmacf.org. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mr Steve from Nicolet Bank is having a good morning! Our first Kickoff Ceremony in Menominee county at St John Paul II Catholic Academy. ... See MoreSee Less

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Closing out our day at Peshtigo Elementary. Kids took time this week to record video of what they might want to use their Future Fund for after graduating. ... See MoreSee Less

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