For Good. For Ever.

Impacting quality of life for Marshall and surrounding communities.

Our Mission

The Marshall Community Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to improving quality of life in Marshall, and throughout Calhoun County. The Foundation holds permanently endowed funds from a range of donors, and serves as a conduit for special projects and the distribution of grants in support of innovative programs.

Our Foundation

Humanitarian, enterprising, charitable, big-hearted, compassionate, altruistic, visionary… Call them what you will, but the Marshall Community Foundation was built on the generosity of people just like you. People who are dedicated to improving the quality of life in Marshall and our surrounding communities.

Our Family of Funds

Our Family of Funds includes nearly 160 endowed and non-endowed funds that reach every corner of our Community. From the arts to the environment, education to community development, human services to social services… the Foundation – in conjunction with people just like you – made a $884,505 impact last year through grants and scholarships.

How might you join us in impacting our community?

Leave a legacy by starting a fund.

Apply for a grant.

Support a local cause by donating.

Apply for a scholarship.


From vetting scholarship applications to assisting in the planning of community outreach initiatives, our volunteers provide the expertise and energy needed to be excellent steward of our donor’s resources.


MCF Awards $192,571 in Scholarships to 86 Area Students and Educators
For more than 50 years, the Marshall Community Foundation has served as a conduit of local generosity. Over ...
Marshall Community Foundation announces quarterly deadlines for Enrichment Scholarships and Grants
MARSHALL, Mich.—The Marshall Community Foundation announces the launch of rolling Enrichment Scholarship deadlines for both students and educators. ...
Marshall Community Foundation Youth Advisory Council Seeks Applicants for Membership
The Marshall Community Foundation Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is seeking high school-aged applicants to join their organization.     ...