Bass Trombone Grant for RHS

Roscommon High School Principal Kathy Erickson is pictured here with students Parker Geers (holding bass trombone) and Shannon Scott, along with Mr. Gary Long, RCCF Board Member. The Jim Mahoney Memorial – Music … Read more

Adopt-A-Forest Program

Huron Pines, who’s mission it is to conserve the forests, lakes and streams of Northern Michigan, would like to say “Thank you” to the Roscommon County Community Foundation (RCCF), and to those of … Read more

RCCF Supports Local Veterans

In the fall of 2007, the Roscommon County Veterans approached the Roscommon County Community Foundation with their plight regarding the cost of transporting local veterans to hospitals and doctors appointments. The Morley Foundation … Read more

Project H.O.P.E. (Help Our People Eat)

For a parent, is there any feeling more frightening than knowing there is not enough food to feed the children?  As an elderly person whose pension has not kept up with rising medical … Read more

Two New Funds to Support Local Animal Shelters

We are all feeling the effects of a poor economy and, unfortunately, people’s pets often suffer and end up in the shelter.  Every animal leaves an imprint on your heart, but the ones … Read more

Huron Pines

The Roscommon County Community Foundation (RRCF) has been an important partner with Huron Pines for the last several years, helping to preserve the water quality of Higgins Lake. RCCF was an early supporter … Read more

Two Local Foundations Team Up

Two Local Foundations Team up to Support the Development of Greenbelts, Contributing to the Health & Protection of Higgins Lake The Roscommon County Community Foundation, through grants awarded from the John Morley Family-Higgins … Read more

Boat Wash Station will Protect Higgins Lake

The Morley Foundation Fund, an endowment fund of the Roscommon County Community Foundation, has granted funding to The Higgins Lake Foundation to provide support for a boat wash station on the north side … Read more

Protecting and Preserving Higgins Lake

Residents and visitors will be encouraged to protect and preserve Higgins Lake with the addition of signs at eight major entry points of the watershed. As use of Higgins Lake and population within … Read more