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Hillsdale County Foundations and Charities

Our Neighborhood One of the best ways to maintain a healthy community is to provide support for projects within our own neighborhoods.

Foundations and charities provide the glue that hold us together and support our local communities.

Their efforts are multitasked and; in order to understand their full potential and impact on all of us, please take the time to visit their official websites for additional information and any action you may take as a part of our community and society as a whole.

Local website information has been provided wherever possible. Remember you can make a difference.

American Cancer Society
American Red Cross
Hillsdale County Community Foundation

American Cancer Society

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ACS Mission

"The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community- based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service."

Early dawn---Hope for the future

American Red Cross

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"Who founded the American Red Cross?
Clara Barton (1821-1912) dominates the early history of the American Red Cross, which was modeled after the International Red Cross. She did not originate the Red Cross idea, but she was the first person to establish a lasting Red Cross Society in America. She successfully organized the American Association of the Red Cross in Washington, D.C., on May 21, 1881. Created to serve America in peace and in war, during times of disaster and national calamity, Barton's organization took its service beyond that of the International Red Cross Movement by adding disaster relief to battlefield assistance. She served as the organization's volunteer president until 1904."
America We Love You

Hillsdale County Community Foundation

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The Hillsdale County Community Foundation is a multifacited organization with a local office. Visit their website and find out how they help to solve many local problems and support area residents. People Making A Difference  [Click here to view full size picture]
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