The classroom is a place where students should feel safe and secure. That’s why parents, local law enforcement officials, governmental agencies and schools joined forces to form The Friends for Safe Schools Committee. … Read moreFriends for Safe Schools Fund
The Gerrish-Higgins/Roscommon Alumni Association was established in 1996, under the leadership of Ms. Barb Stauffer. A 16 member Committee oversees the activities of the Alumni Association. Current membership is approximately 1,500 alumni, with … Read moreGerrish-Higgins/Roscommon Alumni Association Scholarship
Dr. Grace Bernardo was a highly revered pediatrician, who loved her life, family, patients, fellow employees, but children especially. She had a zest for life, was highly respected by her peers, practiced good … Read moreGrace Bernardo, M.D. Memorial Health Careers Scholarship
Seeing first hand the ever increasing unmet needs in Roscommon County, Mary and Paull Fry established the Greatest Human Needs Fund in 2013. The Fund supports local non-profit organizations whose programs address the … Read moreGreatest Human Needs Fund
This Fund was established in 1998. Income is unrestricted and applied to areas of greatest need within the organization.
The Roscommon Rotary Club has established a Special Project Fund to support the funding needed to develop the Higgins Lake/Roscommon Non-Motorized Trail Way System. The trail way is intended for walking, running, bicycling … Read moreHiggins Lake / Roscommon Non-Motorized Trailway System Fund
The HLHS Class of 1983 Memorial Scholarship Fund will provide an annual scholarship to a graduating senior. Eligible applicants must have 3.0 or higher grade point average and plan to attend an accredited … Read moreHLHS Class of 1983 Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in 2007, this Fund is used for charitable purposes of supporting projects, programs and educational materials for the Houghton Lake Community Schools and/or any other needs that may arise within the school … Read moreHoughton Lake Community Schools Support Fund
Income is used for educational needs, including scholarships, for the Houghton Lake Community Schools, its students and faculty.
Established in 2006, this Fund is used to enhance library programming and services that may not be covered in the regular operating budget.