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We're Hiring!
The Community Foundation is hiring! We currently have two career opportunities available. Check out the links below for more information and job descriptions for each position. Applications for both positions are due by August 20. Part-time receptionist Full-time administrative assistant
We're Hiring: Administrative Assistant
The Community Foundation is seeking an exemplary individual to provide support to our affiliate foundations as well as our supporting organizations and philanthropic services team. Duties will include general office support, database management, organizing and scheduling meetings, and drafting letters, meeting minutes, reports, and other documents. This position may include limited travel within a four-county […]
We're Hiring: Receptionist
Looking for a way to make a difference in your community? The Community Foundation is looking for a part-time receptionist to join our team! We are seeking an individual with exceptional organizational skills to provide general office and administrative support for departments throughout our organization. The Receptionist will provide a welcoming environment for guests, direct […]
Third Stronger Together Event Explores Poverty in Newaygo County
On April 22, community members gathered virtually with Fremont Area Community Foundation for Stronger Together: Life in the Margins. The event was the third in the Community Foundation’s Stronger Together Series, which began last November and will continue through 2021. Carla Roberts, Community Foundation president and CEO, welcomed attendees and introduced the series and the […]
Community Foundation Launches Nationwide Search for Next President and CEO
Fremont Area Community Foundation has announced the launch of a nationwide search for its next president and CEO. As announced in March, the Community Foundation has retained Kittleman & Associates, a national executive search firm specializing in the recruitment of CEOs for nonprofit organizations, to lead the search. Kittleman & Associates will partner with the […]
Stronger Together Series: Life in the Margins
In our community, thousands of residents have difficulty meeting basic needs such as housing, food, and healthcare. These challenges only increased for individuals and families because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But what does it actually mean to live in poverty in Newaygo County? To have your finances derailed by an unexpected expense? To work multiple […]
Community Foundation Announces Selection of Search Firm
Fremont Area Community Foundation announced it has retained Kittleman and Associates, a national executive recruiting firm, to lead the search for the Community Foundation’s next president and CEO. Kittleman, a firm focused exclusively on senior executive searches in the nonprofit sector, will work with the existing local search committee to identify the successor to Carla […]
Second Stronger Together Event Addresses Ageism
On February 25, community members gathered virtually with Fremont Area Community Foundation for Stronger Together: A Community for All Ages. The event was the second in the Community Foundation’s Stronger Together Series and was funded in part by the Bridging Generations Fund. Abby Reeg, executive director of the Newaygo County Community Collaborative, moderated a panel […]
Stronger Together Series: A Community For All Ages
Has your age ever affected how you relate to the community around you? Have you been told you were too young to do a job or too old to manage an activity? We instinctively know that a healthy community is a place where all voices are heard, but what do we do when factors such […]
Elderly Needs Fund Changes Its Name to Bridging Generations Fund
The Elderly Needs Fund—a supporting organization of Fremont Area Community Foundation—recently announced it has changed its name to the Bridging Generations Fund. Since 1992, the fund has made grants to benefit and enrich life for older adults in Newaygo County. Grants have been awarded to projects focused on physical and mental wellbeing, support and respite […]