Eric R. Beverly Family Foundation
We give families facing breast cancer the help and hope they need to overcome.
Rodney Peete HollyRod Foundation
In 2002, HollyRod partnered with the Center for Parkinson's Research and Movement Disorders at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California to established The HollyRod Compassionate Care Program (HCCP) with the mission to improve the quality of life of people with Parkinson's. In 2010, HollyRod introduced the "Give the Gift of Voice" campaign, providing tablet computers and specially-designed apps to help give a voice to those that are non-verbal or minimally verbal.
Charlie Sanders Foundation
The Charlie Sanders Foundation began in August, 2007 when the Rochester Hills/Rochester Area held "Charlie Sanders Appreciation Day" at the Rochester Community House. Proceeds from the event were used to start a scholarship fund for high school students. In July of 2012 we began "Have A Heart Save A Life" to provide funds for heart check programs for student athletes.
Tony Semple Foundation
We believe that all youth and young adults, regardless of situation or condition, deserve an opportunity to have their dreams come true. We at the Foundation For Hope, through our Outdoor Adventures, take individuals living with life-altering conditions into the great outdoors for an experience of a lifetime!
The Spielman Family Foundation
THE SPIELMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION is affiliated with The Columbus Foundation. The Spielman Family Foundation supports a wide range of initiatives, programs, and nonprofit organizations in the community. The Spielman Family Foundation has provided grants totaling over $100,000 since its inception. The mission is to find a need and be able to support it.
Mike Utley Foundation
The mission of the Mike Utley Foundation is to financially support an effective function-restoring treatment for spinal cord injuries, to encourage through education that of adopting a rehabilitative lifestyle for the spinal cord injured and a public awareness of spinal cord injuries. We appreciate the support of our contributors and know that together we can make a difference in the lives of those living with SCI.