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  • Community Foundation Awards Sustainability Grant to the Door County Medical Center
    The Door County Community Foundation has awarded the Door County Medical Center a Sustainability Grant from the Health and Human Needs Fund. This grant supports The Healing Project. The Healing Project provides a limited number of no-cost-to-participate integrative health care services to local individuals living with cancer. Services include acupuncture, energy therapy, massage therapy, nutrition […]


The Door County Community Foundation is offering an opportunity for a motivated college student (or high school student that will be a senior this Fall) to learn more about the philanthropic world by working as our Summer Intern. It’s ideal for anyone interested in pursuing a career in non-profit organizations, human services, or government. This internship opportunity is designed to provide a young person an invaluable educational experience while still performing real work tasks for the Community Foundation. We try to set aside approximately 1 of every 5 of work hours purely as “learning time” for the intern. During that period, the intern is invited to sit in on meetings with non-profit leaders, observe our internal committee meetings, unofficially participate in the grant evaluation process, and otherwise just shadow the professionals in our office. The other 4 out of every 5 work hours the intern will be doing actual administrative work for the Community Foundation. … [Read More]

Annie & Dick Egan's Comments at the 2016 Celebration of Giving

The Door County Community Foundation is honored to name Annie & Dick Egan as the 2016 Philanthropists of the Year. Here they are receiving the recognition from David Eliot, Chairman of the Board.

Posted by Door County Community Foundation on Tuesday, July 5, 2016